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2,3,7,8-TCDD (2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin): Environmental Chemistry.
Abiotic Transformation of Organic Chemicals at the Particle/Water Interface.
Algal-Induced Decay and Formation of Hydrogen Peroxide in Water: Its Possible Role in Oxidation of Anilines by Algae.
Aquatic and surface photochemistry
Aquatic humic substances as sources and sinks of photochemically produced transient reactants /
Aquatic Humic Substances as Sources and Sinks of Photochemically Produced Transient Reactants.
Carbaryl, Propham and Chlorpropham: A Comparison of the Rates of Hydrolysis and Photolysis with the Rate of Biolysis.
Chemistry and Photochemistry of Low-Volatility Organic Chemicals on Environmental Surfaces.
Dynamics of Pollutant Photoreactions in the Hydrosphere.
Effects of Aquatic Humic Substances on Analysis for Hydrogen Peroxide Using Peroxidase-Catalyzed Oxidations of Triarylmethanes or p-Hydroxypenylacetic Acid (Journal Version).
Effects of Solar Radiation on Manganese Oxide Reactions with Selected Organic Compounds.
Effects of Solar Radiation on Organic Matter Cycling: Formation of Carbon Monoxide and Carbonyl Sulfide (Chapter 11).
Environmental Photoprocesses Involving Natural Organic Matter.
Factors Affecting the Photochemical Treatment of Hazardous Waste (Journal Version).
Factors Affecting the Photochemical Treatment of Hazardous Waste.
Formation of Carbon Monoxide from the Photodegration of Terrestrial Dissolved Organic Carbon in Natural Waters.
Hydrogen Peroxide Decay in Waters with Suspended Soils: Evidence for Biologically Mediated Processes.
Hydroxyl Radical Formation in Aqueous Reactions (pH 3-8) of Iron(II) with Hydrogen Peroxide: The Photo-Fenton Reaction.
Influence of Algae on Photolysis Rates of Chemicals in Water.
Influence of Humic Substances on Photolysis of Nitroaromatic Compounds in Aqueous Systems.
Nitrate-Induced Photooxidation of Trace Organic Chemicals in Water.
Photochemical Conversion of Solar Energy in the Environment.
Photochemical Fate of Agrochemicals in Natural Waters.
Photochemical Modeling Applied to Natural Waters.
Photochemical Transformation of the DDT and Methoxychlor Degradation Products, DDE and DMDE, by Sunlight.
Photochemistry of Aqueous Iron(III)-Polycarboxylate Complexes: Roles in the Chemistry of Atmospheric and Surface Waters.
Photolysis of Copper(II)-Amino Acid Complexes in Water.
Photolysis of Octachlorodibenzo-P-Dioxin on Soils: Production of 2,3,7,8-TCDD.
Photolysis Rates of (2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy)Acetic Acid and 4-Amino-3,5,6-Trichloropicolinic Acid in Natural Waters.
Photoproduction of Hydrated Electrons from Natural Organic Solutes in Aquatic Environments.
Photosensitized Transformations Involving Electronic Energy Transfer in Natural Waters: Role of Humic Substances.
Reactivity of the Carbonate Radical with Aniline Derivatives.
Sources and Sinks of Radiatively Important Trace Gases in the Biosphere.
Sunlight-Induced Oxidation and Reduction of Organic Xenobiotics in Water.
Transformation Pathways of Hexachlorocyclopentadiene in the Aquatic Environment.
UV exposure of coral assemblages in the Florida Keys /
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