Joseph Pignatello
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Advanced oxidation processes for organic contaminant destruction based on the Fenton reaction and related chemistry
JJ Pignatello, E Oliveros, A MacKay
Critical reviews in environmental science and technology 36 (1), 1-84, 2006
Mechanisms of slow sorption of organic chemicals to natural particles
JJ Pignatello, B Xing
Environmental science & technology 30 (1), 1-11, 1995
Dark and photoassisted iron (3+)-catalyzed degradation of chlorophenoxy herbicides by hydrogen peroxide
JJ Pignatello
Environmental Science & Technology 26 (5), 944-951, 1992
Sequestration of hydrophobic organic contaminants by geosorbents
RG Luthy, GR Aiken, ML Brusseau, SD Cunningham, PM Gschwend, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 31 (12), 3341-3347, 1997
Dual-mode sorption of low-polarity compounds in glassy poly (vinyl chloride) and soil organic matter
B Xing, JJ Pignatello
Environmental science & technology 31 (3), 792-799, 1997
Photochemical reactions involved in the total mineralization of 2, 4-D by iron (3+)/hydrogen peroxide/UV
Y Sun, JJ Pignatello
Environmental science & technology 27 (2), 304-310, 1993
Role of quinone intermediates as electron shuttles in Fenton and photoassisted Fenton oxidations of aromatic compounds
R Chen, JJ Pignatello
Environmental science & technology 31 (8), 2399-2406, 1997
Competitive sorption between atrazine and other organic compounds in soils and model sorbents
B Xing, JJ Pignatello, B Gigliotti
Environmental science & technology 30 (8), 2432-2440, 1996
Persistence of 1, 2-dibromoethane in soils: entrapment in intraparticle micropores
SM Steinberg, JJ Pignatello, BL Sawhney
Environmental Science & Technology 21 (12), 1201-1208, 1987
Evidence for an additional oxidant in the photoassisted Fenton reaction
JJ Pignatello, D Liu, P Huston
Environmental Science & Technology 33 (11), 1832-1839, 1999
Degradation of selected pesticide active ingredients and commercial formulations in water by the photo-assisted Fenton reaction
PL Huston, JJ Pignatello
Water Research 33 (5), 1238-1246, 1999
Effect of halide ions and carbonates on organic contaminant degradation by hydroxyl radical-based advanced oxidation processes in saline waters
JE Grebel, JJ Pignatello, WA Mitch
Environmental science & technology 44 (17), 6822-6828, 2010
Comparison of halide impacts on the efficiency of contaminant degradation by sulfate and hydroxyl radical-based advanced oxidation processes (AOPs)
Y Yang, JJ Pignatello, J Ma, WA Mitch
Environmental science & technology 48 (4), 2344-2351, 2014
Sorption hysteresis of benzene in charcoal particles
WJ Braida, JJ Pignatello, Y Lu, PI Ravikovitch, AV Neimark, B Xing
Environmental science & technology 37 (2), 409-417, 2003
Effect of natural organic substances on the surface and adsorptive properties of environmental black carbon (char): attenuation of surface activity by humic and fulvic acids
JJ Pignatello, S Kwon, Y Lu
Environmental science & technology 40 (24), 7757-7763, 2006
Characterization of aromatic compound sorptive interactions with black carbon (charcoal) assisted by graphite as a model
D Zhu, JJ Pignatello
Environmental science & technology 39 (7), 2033-2041, 2005
Degradation kinetics of atrazine and its degradation products with ozone and OH radicals: a predictive tool for drinking water treatment
JL Acero, K Stemmler, U Von Gunten
Environmental science & technology 34 (4), 591-597, 2000
Chemical treatment of pesticide wastes. Evaluation of iron (III) chelates for catalytic hydrogen peroxide oxidation of 2, 4-D at circumneutral pH
Y Sun, JJ Pignatello
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 40 (2), 322-327, 1992
Sorption dynamics of organic compounds in soils and sediments
JJ Pignatello
Reactions and movement of organic chemicals in soils 22, 45-80, 1989
Speciation of the ionizable antibiotic sulfamethazine on black carbon (biochar)
M Teixidó, JJ Pignatello, JL Beltrán, M Granados, J Peccia
Environmental science & technology 45 (23), 10020-10027, 2011
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