Selected Publications Details for:

A Novel Ion Exchange Process for Selective Removal of As(V) and Enhanced Stability of Process Residuals
Grant Number R831431
RFA: New Technologies for the Environment (NTE) (2003)
Journal Article (5)
Reference Type Reference Title Journal Author Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Journal Article Selective removal of arsenate from drinking water using a polymeric ligand exchanger. WATER RESEARCH An B, Steinwinder TR, Zhao D An B, Steinwinder TR, Zhao D. Selective removal of arsenate from drinking water using a polymeric ligand exchanger. Water Research 2005;39(20):4993-5004. R831431 (Final)
Journal Article Preparation and characterization of a new class of polymeric ligand exchangers for selective removal of arsenate from drinking water. SEPARATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY An B, Fu Z, Xiong Z, Zhao D An B, Fu Z, Xiong Z, Zhao D. Preparation and characterization of a new class of polymeric ligand exchangers for selective removal of arsenate from drinking water. Separation Science and Technology R831431 (2004)
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Journal Article Synthesis and characterization of a new class of polymeric ligand exchangers for selective removal of arsenate from drinking water. REACTIVE AND FUNCTIONAL POLYMERS An B, Fu Z, Xiong Z, Zhao D, SenGupta AK An B, Fu Z, Xiong Z, Zhao D, SenGupta AK. Synthesis and characterization of a new class of polymeric ligand exchangers for selective removal of arsenate from drinking water. Reactive and Functional Polymers 2010;70(8):497-507. R831431 (Final)
Journal Article Engineered treatment of As-laden spent regenerant brine for enhanced stability of process waste residuals and for reuse of the spent regenerant. AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION JOURNAL Steinwinder T, An B, Zhao D

Steinwinder T, An B, Zhao D. Engineered treatment of As-laden spent regenerant brine for enhanced stability of process waste residuals and for reuse of the spent regenerant. AWWA Journal (to be submitted, 2005).

R831431 (2004)
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Journal Article Removal of perchlorate from contaminated water using a regenerable polymeric ligand exchanger. SEPARATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Xiong Z, Dimick P, Zhao D, Kney A, Tavakoli J Xiong Z, Dimick P, Zhao D, Kney A, Tavakoli J. Removal of perchlorate from contaminated water using a regenerable polymeric ligand exchanger. Separation Science and Technology 2006;41(11):2555-2574. R831431 (Final)