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  Singapore Journal of Scientific Research is a quarterly, peer-reviewed international research journal that addresses both applied and theoretical issues. The scope of the journal encompasses research articles, original research reports, reviews, short communications and scientific commentaries in the fields of applied and theoretical sciences, biology, chemistry, physics, zoology, medical studies, environmental sciences, mathematics, statistics, geology, engineering, computer science, social sciences, natural sciences, technological sciences, linguistics, medicine, industrial, and all other applied and theoretical sciences.
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Hsueh, H.T., T.H. Ko, H.H. Chen and H. Chu, 2011. Potentials on carbon biofixation and biofuel production using continuous microalgae cultivation. Combustion Quarterly, 20: 59-70.
Hung, W.C., S.H. Fu, H. Chu, J.J. Tseng and T.H. Ko, 2007. Study on photocatalytic degradation of gaseous dichloromethane using pure and iron ion-doped TiO2 prepared by the sol-gel method. Chemosphere, 66: 2142-2151.
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Ko, T.H, M.S. Shih and H.T. Hsueh, 2007. Spectroscopic study on the zinc-contaminated soils for the determination of zinc speciation. Spectrochimica Acta Part A Molecular Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 66: 442-447.
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Ko, T.H. and H. Chu, 2005. Characterization of a south Taiwan red soil as a regenerable sorbent for sorption of hydrogen sulfide from coal gas with spectroscopic techniques. Spectrochimica Acta Part A Molecular Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 62: 407-414.
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Ko, T.H. and H. Chu, 2005. Spectroscopic study on sorption of hydrogen sulfide by means of red soils. Spectrochimica Acta Part A Molecular Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 61: 2253-2259.
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Ko, T.H. and H. Chu, 2006. Feasibility of high-temperature sorption of hydrogen sulfide by means of natural soil. Chemosphere, 64: 881-891.
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Ko, T.H. and H. Chu, 2006. Red soils as regenerable sorbent for high temperature removal of hydrogen sulfide. J. Hazardous Materials, 136: 776-783.
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Ko, T.H. and H.T. Hsueh, 2011. High temperature oxidation behavior of manganese sulfide from gasification plants. Combustion Quarterly, 20: 36-44.
Ko, T.H., 2008. Removal of hydrogen sulfur from coal derived gas by iron oxides in various oxisols. Env. Eng. Sci., 25: 969-973.
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Ko, T.H., 2011. Application of Zn-contaminated soil: Feasibility study on the removal of H2S from hot coal derived gas. Env. Chem. Lett., 9: 77-82.
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Ko, T.H., 2011. Feasibility assessment of high-temperature removal H2S from coal-derived gases by heavy-metal contaminated soil. Combustion Quarterly, 19: 60-68.
Ko, T.H., H. Chu and L.K. Chaung, 2005. The sorption of hydrogen sulfide from syngas by metal oxides over supports. Chemosphere, 58: 467-474.
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Ko, T.H., H. Chu and Y.J. Liu, 2007. A study of Zn-Mn sorbent for the high-temperature removal of H2S from coal derived gas. J. Hazardous Materials, 147: 334-341.
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Ko, T.H., H. Chu, L.K. Chaung and T.K. Tseng, 2004. High temperature removal of hydrogen sulfide using an N-150 sorbent. J. Hazardous Materials, 114: 145-152.
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Ko, T.H., R.S. Yu and J.R. Hung, 2007. X-ray absorption spectroscopy study of H2S sorption on iron-rich soil: Characterization of iron-sulfide species. Spectrochimica Acta Part A Molecular Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 67: 1247-1251.
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Tseng, T.K., H. Chu, T.H. Ko and L.K. Chung, 2005. The kinetic of the catalytic decomposition of methyl isobutyl ketone over a Pt/Γ-Al2O3 catalyst. Chemosphere, 61: 469-477.
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Tseng, T.K., H. Chu, T.H. Ko and L.K. Chung, 2005. The operation performance and products distribution of the catalytic oxidation of methyl isobutyl ketone over a Pt/γ-Al2O3 catalyst. J. Hazardous Materials, 122: 155-160.
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