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References

Baker, M.N. and Taras, Michael J. (1981). The quest for pure water: The history of the twentieth century, volume 1 and 2. Denver: AWWA.

Binnie, Chris, Kimber, Martin, & Smethurst, George. (2002). Basic Water Treatment (3rd ed.). London: Thomas Telford Ltd.

Buchan, James. (2003). Crowded with genius: the Scottish enlightenment: Edinburgh's moment of the mind. New York: Harper Collins.

Christman, Keith. (1998). The history of chlorine. Waterworld, 14 (8), 66-67.

Outwater, Alice. (1996). Water: A natural history. New York: Basic Books.

Wilson, Catherine. (1995). The invisible world: early modern philosophy and the invention of the microscope. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

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