Environmental Science & Technology, 1520-5851

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  1. Elemental Constituents of Miami Aerosol as Function of Particle Size

    Kenneth A. Hardy, Roland Akselsson, John W. Nelson & John W. Winchester, 1976, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 10, 2, p. 176-182

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  2. Ozonation of Sitagliptin: Removal Kinetics and Elucidation of Oxidative Transformation Products

    Nina Hermes, Kevin S. Jewell, Per Falås, Holger V. Lutze, Arne Wick & Thomas A. Ternes, 2020, In: Environmental Science and Technology. 54, 17, p. 10588-10598 11 p.

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  3. Salinity Effects on Iron Speciation in Boreal River Waters

    Simon D. Herzog, Per Persson & Emma S. Kritzberg, 2017 Sep 5, In: Environmental Science and Technology. 51, 17, p. 9747-9755 9 p.

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  4. A Research Agenda for the Future of Urban Water Management: Exploring the Potential of Nongrid, Small-Grid, and Hybrid Solutions

    Sabine Hoffmann, Ulrike Feldmann, Peter M. Bach, Christian Binz, Megan Farrelly, Niki Frantzeskaki, Harald Hiessl, Jennifer Inauen, Tove A. Larsen, Judit Lienert, Jörg Londong, Christoph Lüthi, Max Maurer, Cynthia Mitchell, Eberhard Morgenroth, Kara L. Nelson, Lisa Scholten, Bernhard Truffer & Kai M. Udert, 2020 May 5, In: Environmental Science and Technology. 54, 9, p. 5312-5322 11 p.

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  5. Rethinking the Minamata Tragedy: What Mercury Species was really Responsible?

    Ashley K James, Susan Nehzati, Natalia V Dolgova, Dimosthenis Sokaras, Thomas Kroll, Koyomo Eto, John L O'Donoghue, Gene Watson, Gary J Myers, Patrick H Krone, Ingrid J Pickering & Graham N George, 2020 Jan 17, In: Environmental Science & Technology.

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  6. Reply to Comments on "rethinking the Minamata Tragedy What Mercury Species Was Really Responsible?"

    Ashley K. James, Susan Nehzati, Natalia V. Dolgova, Dimosthenis Sokaras, Thomas Kroll, John L. O'Donoghue, Gene E. Watson, Gary J. Myers, Patrick H. Krone, Ingrid J. Pickering & Graham N. George, 2020 Jul 7, In: Environmental Science and Technology. 54, 13, p. 8484-8485 2 p.

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  7. Gas-phase advanced oxidation for effective, efficient in situ control of pollution

    Matthew S. Johnson, Elna J K Nilsson, Erik A. Svensson & Sarka Langer, 2014 Aug 5, In: Environmental Science and Technology. 48, 15, p. 8768-8776 9 p.

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  8. Adsorption of glyphosate on goethite (alpha-FeOOH): Surface complexation modeling combining spectroscopic and adsorption data

    Caroline M. Jonsson, Per Persson, Staffan Sjoberg & John S. Loring, 2008, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 42, p. 2464-2469

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  9. Characterization of iron(III) in organic soils using extended X-ray absorption fine structure spectroscopy

    Torbjorn Karlsson, Per Persson, Ulf Skyllberg, Carl-Magnus Morth & Reiner Giesler, 2008, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 42, p. 5449-5454

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  10. Lead Contamination of Subarctic Lakes and Its Response to Reduced Atmospheric Fallout: Can the Recovery Process Be Counteracted by the Ongoing Climate Change?

    Jonatan Klaminder, Dan Hammarlund, Ulla Kokfelt, Jorien E Vonk & Christian Bigler, 2010, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 44, p. 2335-2340

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  11. Oxidation of a Dimethoxyhydroquinone by Ferrihydrite and Goethite Nanoparticles: Iron Reduction versus Surface Catalysis

    Lelde Krumina, Gry Lyngsie, Anders Tunlid & Per Persson, 2017 Aug 15, In: Environmental Science and Technology. 51, 16, p. 9053-9061 9 p.

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  12. Atmospheric transport of persistent pollutants governs uptake by Holarctic Terrestrial biota

    Per Larsson, Lennart Okla & Per Woin, 1990, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 24, 10, p. 1599-1601

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  13. Lake productivity and water chemistry as governors of the uptake of persistent pollutants in fish

    Per Larsson, Lennart Okla, Lars Collvin & G. Meyer, 1992, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 26, 2, p. 346-352

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  14. Heavy metals and stable isotopes in a benthic omnivore in a trophic gradient of lakes

    Per Larsson, Niklas Holmqvist, Patrik Stenroth, Olof Berglund, Per Nyström & Wilhelm Granéli, 2007, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 41, 17, p. 5973-5979

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  15. Brominated Flame Retardants and Organophosphate Esters in Preschool Dust and Children's Hand Wipes

    Kristin Larsson, Cynthia A. De Wit, Ulla Sellström, Leena Sahlström, Christian H. Lindh & Marika Berglund, 2018 Apr 17, In: Environmental Science and Technology. 52, 8, p. 4878-4888 11 p.

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  16. Modeling the acid-base properties of bacterial surfaces: A combined spectroscopic and potentiometric study of the gram-positive bacterium Bacillus subtilis

    Laura Leone, Diego Ferri, Carla Manfredi, Per Persson, Andrei Shchukarev, Staffan Sjoberg & John Loring, 2007, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 41, p. 6465-6471

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  17. Lime and/or Phosphate Application Affects the Stability of Soil Organic Carbon: Evidence from Changes in Quantity and Chemistry of the Soil Water-Extractable Organic Matter

    Yang Li, Tao Wang, Marta Camps-Arbestain, Manuel Suárez-Abelenda & Catherine P. Whitby, 2020, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 54, 21, p. 13908-13916 9 p.

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  18. Experimentally Determined Human Respiratory Tract Deposition of Airborne Particles at a Busy Street

    Jakob Löndahl, Andreas Massling, Erik Swietlicki, Elvira Vaclavik Brauner, Matthias Ketzel, Joakim Pagels & Steffen Loft, 2009, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 43, 13, p. 4659-4664

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  19. Impacts of Combustion Conditions and Photochemical Processing on the Light Absorption of Biomass Combustion Aerosol

    Johan Martinsson, Axel Eriksson, Ingeborg Elbæk Nielsen, Vilhelm Malmborg, Erik Ahlberg, Christina Andersen, Robert Lindgren, Robin Nyström, Erik Nordin, William Brune, Birgitta Svenningsson, Erik Swietlicki, Christoffer Boman & Joakim Pagels, 2015, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 49, 24, p. 14663-14671

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  20. Altered Behavior, Physiology, and Metabolism in Fish Exposed to Polystyrene Nanoparticles

    Karin Mattsson, Mikael T. Ekvall, Lars-Anders Hansson, Sara Linse, Anders Malmendal & Tommy Cedervall, 2015, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 49, 1, p. 553-561

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  21. Air-Boreal Forest Transfer and Processing of Polychlorinated Biphenyls

    Claudia Moeckel, Luca Nizzetto, Bo Strandberg, Anders Lindroth & Kevin C. Jones, 2009, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 43, 14, p. 5282-5289

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  22. Use of Depuration Compounds in Passive Air Samplers: Results from Active Sampling-Supported Field Deployment, Potential Uses, and Recommendations

    Claudia Moeckel, Tom Harner, Luca Nizzetto, Bo Strandberg, Anders Lindroth & Kevin C. Jones, 2009, In: Environmental Science & Technology. 43, 9, p. 3227-3232

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