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porous medium Earth & Environmental Sciences
Porous materials Chemical Compounds
pollutant Earth & Environmental Sciences
Impurities Chemical Compounds
sorption Earth & Environmental Sciences
soil Earth & Environmental Sciences
Sorption Chemical Compounds
Soils Chemical Compounds

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Projects 1990 2017

INTERACTIVE TOXICITY--SUPERFUND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

Futscher, B. W., Guzman, R. Z., Pepper, I. L., Farrell, J., Arnold, R. G., Burgess, J. L., Wright, S., Vaillancourt, R., Selmin, O., Gandolfi, A. J., Brusseau, M. L., Camenisch, T. D., Betterton, E., Klimecki, W., Ela, W. P., Lantz, R. C., Field, J. A., Maier, R. M., Sinclair, N., Gerba, C., Gerba, C., Istock, C., Brendel, K., Yeh, J., Carter, D., Chief, K., Wilkinson, S. T., Bales, R., Goldberg, S., Zreda, M., Bales, R., Logan, B., V Laird, H., Fernando, Q., V Carter, D., Johnson, P., Wierenga, P., Conklin, M., Aposhian, H. V., Zhang, D. & Saez, A. E.

National Institutes of Health

3/5/903/31/17

Project: Research projectHazardous Substances Basic Research Grants Program (NIEHS)

remediation
project
hazardous waste
Arsenic
metal

Research Output 1988 2018

Adsorption
Acids
Water
nonaqueous phase liquid
adsorption

Synthesis of iron-based metal-organic framework MIL-53 as an efficient catalyst to activate persulfate for the degradation of Orange G in aqueous solution

Pu, M., Guan, Z., Ma, Y., Wan, J., Wang, Y., Brusseau, M. L. & Chi, H. Jan 5 2018 In : Applied Catalysis A: General. 549, p. 82-92 11 p.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Iron
Metals
Degradation
Catalysts
N(1)-methyl-2-lysergic acid diethylamide
3 Citations
Iron
Metals
Chemical activation
Catalysts
N(1)-methyl-2-lysergic acid diethylamide
volatile organic compound
groundwater
tissue
Volatile organic compounds
Groundwater
3 Citations

An efficient catalytic degradation of trichloroethene in a percarbonate system catalyzed by ultra-fine heterogeneous zeolite supported zero valent iron-nickel bimetallic composite

Danish, M., Gu, X., Lu, S., Farooq, U., Zaman, W. Q., Fu, X., Miao, Z., Brusseau, M. L., Ahmad, A. & Naqvi, M. Feb 5 2017 In : Applied Catalysis A: General. 531, p. 177-186 10 p.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Zeolites
Trichloroethylene
Nickel
Hydroxyl Radical
Iron