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Refworks for BIOL4P06/5P06

  1. 1. RefWorks
  2. 2. Login with your username and password.
  3. 4. Sending citations from the library catalogue
  4. 6. Sending citations from Medline via OVID
  5. 9. Sending citations from Pubmed
  6. 13. Retrieving citations from Pubmed
  7. 16. Sending citations from Google Scholar
  8. 20. Creating a bibliography (CSE style)
  9. 23. 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.
  10. 29. Number should be after period.
  11. 30. 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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