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    • CSE (citation sequence) Boccelli 1 and Clark 2,4 have shown that first-order models may underestimate chlorine demand under certain conditions. Studies have shown that trihalomethane (THM) formation can be modeled as a linear function of chlorine demand. 3 Reference List 1. Bocelli G. 1999. First order models and chlorine demands. Journal of Science. 19(5):123-36. 2. Clark H. 2001. Models in first order and conditions. Journal of Fake Science. 21(9):456-65. 3. Loblaw B. 2005. THM formation and conditions. Journal of Fake Science. 25(5): 321-52. 4. Smith J. 2001. Conditional formation modelling in function. Journal of Fake Science. 21(5):239-69.
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    • CSE (name, year sequence) Thus, an extended period hydraulic simulation (Rao and Bree 1977) will yield a periodic set of network flows that also repeat indefinitely. Studies have shown that trihalomethane (THM) formation can be modeled as a linear function of chlorine demand (Nguyen 1997a, 1997b) . Reference List Nguyen T. 1997a. Trihalomethane formation in a linear function. Journal of Molecular Science. 18(3):563-69. Nguyen T. 1997b. Modelling THM formation of chlorine demand. Journal of Modelling Science. 7(5):123-45. Rao L, Bree G. 1977. Hydraulic simulation in the context of network flows. Journal of Science. 17(2):235-46.
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