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Journal of Hazardous Materials

Print ISSN
0304-3894
Electronic ISSN
1873-3336
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3.723
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Sciencedirect
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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03043894
Usage rank
1408
Article count
10455
Free count
8
Free percentage
0.000765184
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    Journal of Hazardous Materials 292:IFC (2015)

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    Journal of Hazardous Materials 291:IFC (2015)

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    Journal of Hazardous Materials 290:IFC (2015)

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    Journal of Hazardous Materials 289:IFC (2015)

  5. The layered double hydroxide route to Bi–Zn co-doped TiO2 with high photocatalytic activity under visible light

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 288:158 (2015) PMID 25699677

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  6. In-situ generated H2O2 induced efficient visible light photo-electrochemical catalytic oxidation of PCP-Na with TiO2

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 288:97 (2015) PMID 25698570

    We demonstrate a novel PEC system where the cathodic in-situ generated H2O2 interacts with TiO2 particles to form interfacial TiIVOOH species which endow TiO2 with visible light photocatalytic activity for efficient PCP-Na degradation for the first time. [Display omitted] ...
  7. Photocatalytic properties of zinc sulfide nanocrystals biofabricated by metal-reducing bacterium Shewanella oneidensis MR-1

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 288:134 (2015) PMID 25698574

    • S. oneidensis MR-1 biofabricated ZnS nanocrystals using artificial wastewater. • ZnS nanocrystals were 5nm in diameter and aggregated extracellularly. ...
  8. Removal of trace metals and improvement of dredged sediment dewaterability by bioleaching combined with Fenton-like reaction

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 288:51 (2015) PMID 25682517

    • The combined bioleaching/Fenton-like process was optimized for sediment treatment. • A. niger is an efficient and environmentally advantageous bioleaching agent....
  9. Microbiome characterization of MFCs used for the treatment of swine manure

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 288:60 (2015) PMID 25698567

    • Two MFC configurations treating swine manure were evaluated at long-term. • Organic matter and nitrogen were removed from swine manure. ...
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    Journal of Hazardous Materials 287:IFC (2015)