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Project Publications: University of California-Berkeley: In Situ Destruction of Halogenated Superfund Contaminants With Persulfate-Generated Radicals

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Superfund Research Program

In Situ Destruction of Halogenated Superfund Contaminants With Persulfate-Generated Radicals

Project Leader: David L. Sedlak
Co-Investigator: Martyn T. Smith
Grant Number: P42ES004705
Funding Period: 2022-2027
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Publications

2023

  • Duan Y, Jiang W, Sedlak DL. 2023. Surface processes control the fate of reactive oxidants generated by electrochemical activation of hydrogen peroxide on stainless-steel electrodes. Environ Sci Technol doi:10.1021/acs.est.2c08404 PMID:36926844
  • Kim T, Sedlak DL. 2023. Mineralization of a fully halogenated organic compound by persulfate under conditions relevant to in situ reduction and oxidation: reduction of hexachloroethane by ethanol addition followed by oxidation. Environ Sci Technol 57(36):13691-13698. doi:10.1021/acs.est.3c03489 PMID:37640476 PMCID:PMC10501115
  • Lammers LN, Duan Y, Anaya L, Koishi A, Lopez R, Delima R, Jassby D, Sedlak DL. 2023. Electrolytic sulfuric acid production with carbon mineralization for permanent carbon dioxide removal. ACS Sustain Chem Eng 11(12):4800-4812. doi:10.1021/acssuschemeng.2c07441 PMID:37008181 PMCID:PMC1005235

2022

  • Hosgood H, Rahman ML, Blansky D, Hu W, Davitt M, Wen C, Huang Y, Tang X, Li L, Smith MT, Zhang L, Vermeulen R, Rothman N, Bassig BA, Lan Q. 2022. Targeted proteomic scan identifies alteration of serum proteins among workers occupationally exposed to low levels of trichloroethylene. Environ Mol Mutagen 63(8-9):423-428. doi:10.1002/em.22518 PMID:36346153
  • Ocasio D, Sedlak DL. 2022. Membrane-assisted electrochlorination for zero-chemical-input point-of-use drinking water disinfection. ACS ES&T Eng 9:doi:10.1021/acsestengg.2c00116
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