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11. Microstructural Evolution of Pd-doped Nanoscale Zero-valent Iron (nZVI) Particles in Aqueous Media and Implications for Particle Reactivity
Topic: Environmental Technologies
Published: 5/6/2010
Authors: Andrew A Herzing, Weile Yan, Christopher J. Kiely, Wei-xian Zhang
Abstract: Palladized zero-valent iron nanoparticles have been frequently employed to achieve enhanced treatment of halogenated organic compounds. However no detailed study has been published on their structures, especially the distribution of palladium within ...

12. NIST/NOAA NS&T/EPA EMAP Intercomparison Exercise Program for Organic Contaminants in the Marine Environment: Description and Results of 1995 Organic Intercomparison Exercises - Fish Homogenate III and Marine Sediment V
Topic: Environmental Technologies
Published: 12/1/1996
Authors: Reenie May Parris, Michele M Schantz, Stephen A Wise

13. Normal and Reversed Phase Liquid Chromatographic Separations of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Topic: Environmental Technologies
Published: 12/1/1980
Authors: Stephen A Wise, W.J. Bonnett, Willie E May

14. Petroleum Analysis: Methodology for the Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment of an Oil Spill
Topic: Environmental Technologies
Published: 12/1/1976
Authors: Harry S Hertz, Willie E May, S. N. Chesler, B.H. Gump

15. Radio-microanalytical particle measurements method and application to Fukushima aerosols collected in Japan
Topic: Environmental Technologies
Published: 8/26/2012
Authors: Cynthia J Zeissler, Lawrence Forsley, Richard Mark Lindstrom, Sean Newsome, Adrean Kirk, P.A. Mosier-Boss
Abstract: A nondestructive analytical method based on autoradiography and gamma spectrometry was developed to perform activity distribution analysis for particulate samples. This was applied to aerosols collected in Fukushima Japan, 40 km north of the Daiich ...

16. Radiolytic Dechlorination of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Transformer Oil and in Marine Sediment
Topic: Environmental Technologies
Published: 11/1/2002
Authors: M Chaychian, C A Jones, Dianne L Poster, Joseph Silverman, Pedatsur Neta, Robert Elliott Huie, M I Al-Sheikhly
Abstract: Radiolytic dechlorination of PCBs in transformer oil and in marine sediments has been studied. At low PCB concentrations, complete degradation of the PCBs in transformer oil was achieved without degradation of the oil. Addition of an organic base, tr ...

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