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Impacts of coal ash on methylmercury production and the methylating microbial community in anaerobic sediment slurries

Schwartz, GE, Redfern, LK, Ikuma, K, Gunsch, CK, Ruhl, LS, Vengosh, A, and Hsu-Kim, H. Environmental science. Processes & impacts 18, no. 11 (November 2016): 1427-1439.
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