Diffusive fractionation of BTEX and chlorinated ethenes in aqueous solution: quantification of spatial isotope gradients.
- Biao Jin, M. Rolle, Ting Li, S. Haderlein
- ChemistryEnvironmental Science and Technology
- 21 May 2014
The results show remarkable diffusive isotope fractionation for all the investigated organic compounds; however, the extent of fractionation was found to be smaller for the chlorinated ethenes and remarkably deviating from an inverse square root relationship between the isotopologues diffusion coefficients and their molecular mass.
A Comparison of Electrical Stimulation for Electrodic and EDTA-Enhanced Phytoremediation of Lead using Indian Mustard (Brassica juncea)
- Jae-Min Lim, Biao Jin, D. Butcher
- 20 August 2012
Department of Chemistry and Physics, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, North Carolina 28723, U.S.A.Received June 14, 2012, Accepted June 18, 2012The use of plants to remove toxic metals from…
Joint interpretation of enantiomer and stable isotope fractionation for chiral pesticides degradation.
Normal and Inverse Diffusive Isotope Fractionation of Deuterated Toluene and Benzene in Aqueous Systems
Diffusive isotope fractionation of organic contaminants in aqueous solution is difficult to quantify, and only a few experimental data sets are available for compounds of environmental interest. In…
A modeling approach integrating microbial activity, mass transfer, and geochemical processes to interpret biological assays: An example for PCE degradation in a multi-phase batch setup.
- A. Murray, J. Maillard, Biao Jin, M. Broholm, C. Holliger, M. Rolle
- EngineeringWater Research
- 1 September 2019
Coexistence of two distinct Sulfurospirillum populations respiring tetrachloroethene—genomic and kinetic considerations
- G. Buttet, A. Murray, J. Maillard
- BiologyFEMS Microbiology Ecology
- 1 May 2018
Mixed cultivation of the enriched populations at 6 and 30 μM PCE showed that a low PCE concentration could be the driving force for both functional diversity of reductive dehalogenases and niche specialization of organohalide-respiring bacteria with overlapping substrate ranges.
Position-specific isotope modeling of organic micropollutants transformation through different reaction pathways.
Effect of number and position of positive charges on the stacking of porphyrins along poly[d(A-T)(2)] at high binding densities.
- Jin-A Jung, Sang Hwa Lee, Biao Jin, Y. Sohn, Seog K. Kim
- ChemistryJournal of Physical Chemistry B
- 10 June 2010
At high porphyrin densities, the effects of the number and position of the positive charges of the periphery ring on the stacking of the porphyrin on poly[d(A-T)(2)] was investigated using polarized…
Efflux behavior of inorganic mercury and methylmercury in the marine copepod Tigriopus japonicus.
- Zhi-guo Yu, Le Zhang, Yun Wu, Biao Jin
- Environmental ScienceScience of the Total Environment
- 20 November 2019
Chlorine isotope analysis of organic contaminants using GC-qMS: method optimization and comparison of different evaluation schemes.
- Biao Jin, Christine Laskov, M. Rolle, S. Haderlein
- Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Science and Technology
- 25 May 2011
A systematic evaluation of these factors allowed us to optimize the GC-qMS technique to determine chlorine isotope ratios of chlorinated organic contaminants, and found that the achievable precision considerably varies depending on the applied data evaluation scheme, the instrumental settings, and the analyte.