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  1. Zezhen Pan, Xiaoming Zhu, Anshuman Satpathy, Wenlu Li, John D. Fortner, and Daniel E. Giammar, Cr(VI) Adsorption on Engineered Iron Oxide Nanoparticles: Exploring Complexation Processes and Water Chemistry, Environmental Science & Technology, 53 (20), 11913-11921, 2019.
  2. Weiyi Pan, Chao Pan, Yeunook Bae, and Daniel E. Giammar, The role of manganese in accelerating the oxidation of Pb(II) carbonate solids to Pb(IV) at drinking water conditions, Environmental Science & Technology, 53: 6699-6707, 2019.

  3. Chao Pan, Huan Liu, Jeffrey G. Catalano, Zimeng Wang, Ao Qian, and Daniel E. Giammar, Understanding the Roles of Dissolution and Diffusion in Cr(OH)3 Oxidation by δ-MnO2, ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 3 (3), 357-365, 2019.
  4. Zimeng Wang and Daniel Giammar, Tackling deficiencies in the presentation and interpretation of adsorption results for new materials, Environmental Science & Technology, 53(10): 5543-5544, 2019.

  5. Qian, Ao, Wen Zhang, Cheng Shi, Chao Pan, Daniel E. Giammar, Songhu Yuan, Hongliang Zhang, and Zimeng Wang, Geochemical stability of dissolved Mn(III) in the presence of pyrophosphate as a model ligand: Complexation and disproportionation, Environmental Science & Technology, 53: 5768-5777, 2019.

  6. Zorimar Rivera-Núñez, Zezhen Pan, Bazelais Dulience, Haley Becker, Joe Steensma, Angela Hobson, Daniel E. Giammar & Lora L. Iannotti,  Water metal contaminants in a potentially mineral-deficient population of Haiti, International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 28:6, 626-634, 2018
  7. Juntao Zhao, Daniel E. Giammar, Jill D. Pasteris, Chong Dai, Yeunook Bae, and Yandi Hu, Formation and Aggregation of Lead Phosphate Particles: Implications for Lead Immobilization in Water Supply SystemsEnvironmental Science & Technology, 52 (21), 12612-12623, 2018.
  8. Anne H. Menefee, Daniel E. Giammar, and Brian R. Ellis, Permanent CO2 Trapping through Localized and Chemical Gradient-Driven Basalt Carbonation Environmental Science & Technology, 52 (15), 8954-8964, 2018.
  9. Chong Dai, Juntao Zhao, Daniel E. Giammar, Jill D. Pasteris, Xiaobing Zuo, and Yandi Hu, Heterogeneous Lead Phosphate Nucleation at Organic–Water Interfaces: Implications for Lead ImmobilizationACS Earth and Space Chemistry , 2 (9), 869-877, 2018.

  10. Wei Xiong,  Rachel K. Wells, Jake A. Horner, Herbert T. Schaef, Philip A. Skemer, and Daniel E. Giammar, CO2 Mineral Sequestration in Naturally Porous Basalt, Environmental Science and Technology Letters, 5: 142-147, 2018.

  11. Hang Wen, Zezhen Pan, Daniel Giammar, and Li Li, Enhanced uranium immobilization by phosphate amendment:  Effect of geochemical and flow conditions, Environmental Science and Technology, 52(10): 5841-5850, 2018.

  12. Changwoo Kim, Seung Soo Lee, Brandon J. Lafferty, Daniel E. Giammar, and John D. Fortner, Engineered superparamagnetic nanomaterials for arsenic(V) and chromium(VI) sorption and separation: Quantifying the role of organic surface coatings, Environmental Science: Nano, 5: 556-563, 2018.

  13. Chao Pan, Lyndsay D. Troyer, Peng Liao, Jeffrey G. Catalano, Wenlu Li, and Daniel E. Giammar, The effect of humic acid on the removal of chromium(VI) and the production of solids in iron electrocoagulation, Environmental Science & Technology, 51(11): 6308-6318, 2017.

  14. Wei Xiong, Rachel K. Wells, and Daniel E. Giammar, Carbon sequestration in olivine and basalt powder packed beds, Environmental Science & Technology, 51(4): 2105-2112, 2017.

  15. Wells, Rachel K., Wei Xiong, Erika Sesti, Jinlei Cui, Daniel Giammar, Philip Skemer, Sophia E. Hayes, and Mark S. Conradi, Spatially-variable carbonation reactions in polycrystalline olivine, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 204: 252-266, 2017.

  16. Adeoye, Jubilee T., Anne H. Menefee, Wei Xiong, Rachel K. Wells, Daniel E. Giammar, Philip Skemer, and Brian R. Ellis, Effect of transport limitations and fluid properties on reaction products in fractures of unaltered and serpentinized basalt exposed to high PCO2 fluids, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 63: 310-320, 2017.

  17. Menefee, Anne; Li, Peiyuan; Giammar, Daniel; Ellis, Brian, Roles of transport limitations and mineral heterogeneity in carbonation of fractured basalts, Environmental Science & Technology, 51: 9352-9362, 2017.

  18. Pan, Zezhen, Wenlu Li, John D. Fortner and Daniel E. Giammar, Measurement and Surface Complexation Modeling of U(VI) Adsorption to Engineered Iron Oxide Nanoparticles, Environmental Science & Technology, 51: 9219-9226, 2017.

  19. Wells, Rachel K., Wei Xiong, Daniel Giammar, and Philip Skemer, Dissolution and surface roughening of Columbia River flood basalt at geologic carbon sequestration conditions, Chemical Geology, 467: 100-109,  2017.

  20. Xiong, Wei, Rachel K. Wells, Anne H. Menefee, Philip Skemer, Brian R. Ellis, and Daniel E. Giammar, CO2 mineral trapping in fractured basalt, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 66: 204-217, 2017.

  21. Pan, Chao, Huan Liu, Jeffrey G. Catalano, Ao Qian, Zimeng Wang, and Daniel E. Giammar, Rates of oxidation of Cr(III) in CrxFe1-x(OH)3 solids by manganese oxide: The influence of pH and iron content, Environmental Science & Technology, 51(21): 12416-12423, 2017.

  22. Liao, Peng, Wenlu Li, Yi Jiang, Jiewei Wu, Songhu Yuan, John Fortner, and Daniel Giammar, Formation, aggregation, and deposition dynamics of NOM-iron colloids at anoxic-oxic interfaces, Environmental Science & Technology 51(21): 12235-12245, 2017.

  23. Pan, C., Troyer, L.D., Catalano, J.G., Giammar, D.E., Dynamics of Chromium(VI) Removal from Drinking Water by Iron Electrocoagulation, Environmental Science & Technology, 50(24): 13502-13510, 2016.

  24. Pan, Z., Giammar, D.E., Mehta, V., Troyer, L.D., Catalano, J.G., Wang, Z., Phosphate-Induced Immobilization of Uranium in Hanford Sediments, Environmental Science & Technology, 50(24): 13486-13494, 2016.

  25.  Cui J., Sesti E., Moore J., Giammar D.E. and Hayes S.E., Evidence from 29Si Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Dissolution Reaction of Forsterite, Environmental Engineering Science, 33: 799-807, 2016.

  26.  Xie X., Giammar D.E. and Wang Z., MINFIT: A Spreadsheet-based Tool for Parameter Estimation in an Equilibrium Speciation Software Program, Environmental Science & Technology, 2016.

  27. Schenkeveld W.D.C., Wang, Z., Giammar D.E. and Kraemer S.M., Synergistic effects between biogenic ligands and a reductant in Fe acquisition from calcareous soil, Environmental Science & Technology, 50: 6381-6388, 2016.

  28. Mehta, V.S., Maillot, F., Wang, Z., Catalano, J.G. and D.E. Giammar, Effect of reaction pathway on the extent and mechanism of uranium(VI) immobilization with calcium and phosphate, Environmental Science & Technology, 50(6): 3128-3136, 2016.

  29. Wang, L, Burns, S.R., Giammar, D.E., and J.D. Fortner, Element mobilization from Bakken shales as a function of water chemistry, Chemosphere, 149: 286-293, 2016.

  30. Lyndsay Troyer, Fabien Maillot, Zheming Wang, Zimeng Wang, Vrajesh S. Mehta, Daniel E. Giammar, and Jeffrey G. Catalano, Effect of phosphate on U(VI) sorption to montmorillonite:  Ternary complexation and precipitation barriers, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 175: 86-99, 2016.

  31. Wang, Z, Ulrich, K.-U., Pan, C., and D.E. Giammar, Measurement and modeling of U(IV) adsorption to metal oxide minerals, Environmental Science & Technology Letters, 2: 227-232, 2015.

  32. J. Andrew Surface, Fei Wang, Yanzhe Zhu, Sophia E. Hayes, Daniel E. Giammar , and Mark S. Conradi, Determining pH at Elevated Pressure and Temperature Using in Situ 13C NMR, Environmental Science & Technology, 2015, 49: 1631-1638.

  33. Wang, L. and D.E. Giammar, Effects of pH, dissolved oxygen, and aqueous ferrous iron on the adsorption of arsenic to lepidocrocite, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2015, 448: 331-338.

  34. Wang, Z., Schenkeveld, W.D.C., Kraemer, S.M., and D.E. Giammar, Synergistic effect of reductive and ligand controlled dissolution of goethite, Environmental Science & Technology, 49(12): 7236-7244, 2015.

  35. Lezama Pacheco, J., Cerrato, J., Veeramani, H., Alessi, D., Suvorova, E. ,Bernier-Latmani, R., Giammar, D., Long, P., Williams, K. and J. Bargar, Long-term in-situ oxidation of biogenic uraninite in an alluvial aquifer: Impact of dissolved oxygen and calcium, Environmental Science & Technology, 49(12): 7340-7347, 2015.

  36. Hinkle, M.A., Wang, Z., Giammar, D.E. and J.G. Catalano, Interaction of Fe(II) with phosphate and sulfate on iron oxide surfaces, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 158: 130-146, 2015.

  37. Mehta, V.S., Maillot, F., Wang, Z., Catalano, J.G. and D.E. Giammar, Transport of U(VI) through sediments amended with phosphate to induce in situ uranium immobilization, Water Research, 2015, 69: 307-317.

  38. Wang, L., Fortner, J. D., & Giammar, D. E. Impact of Water Chemistry on Element Mobilization from Eagle Ford ShaleEnvironmental Engineering Science, 2015, 00: 1-11.

  39. Giammar, D.E., Wang, F., Guo, B., Surface, J.A., Peters, C.A., Conradi, M.S., and S.E. Hayes, Impacts of diffusive transport on carbonate mineral formation from magnesium silicate-CO2-water reactions, Environmental Science & Technology 2014, 48(24): 14344-14351. 

  40. Alessi, Daniel; Lezama Pacheco, Juan; Janot, No©mie; Suvorova, Elena; Cerrato, Jose; Giammar, Daniel; Davis, James; Fox, Patricia; Williams, Kenneth; Long, Philip; Handley, Kim; Bernier-Latmani, Rizlan; Bargar, John, Speciation and reactivity of uranium products formed during in situ bioremediation in a shallow alluvial aquifer, Environmental Science and Technology 2014, 48(21): 12842-12850. 

  41. Xiong, W; Giammar, D. E., Forsterite Carbonation in Zones with Transport Limited by Diffusion.  Environmental Science & Technology Letters 2014, 1(8): 325-344.

  42. Wang, Z.; Tebo, B. M.; Giammar, D. E., Effects of Mn(II) on UO2 dissolution under anoxic and oxic conditions.  Environmental Science & Technology 2014, 48(10):  5546-5554.

  43. Noel, J. D.; Wang, Y.†; Giammar, D. E., Effect of water chemistry on the dissolution rate of the lead corrosion product hydrocerussite. Water Research 2014, 54: 237-246. (Equal Contribution)

  44. Mehta, V.; Maillot, F.; Wang, Z.; Catalano, J. G.; Giammar, D. E., Effect of co-solutes on the products and solubility of uranium(VI) precipitated with phosphate. Chemical Geology 2014, 364(22): 66-75.

  45. Wang, Z.; Xiong, W.; Tebo, B. M.; Giammar, D. E., Oxidative UO2 dissolution induced by soluble Mn(III). Environmental Science & Technology 2014, 48(1): 289-298.

  46. Cerrato, J. M.; Ashner, M. N.; Alessi, D. S.; Lezama-Pacheco, J. S.; Bernier-Latmani, R.; Bargar, J. R.; Giammar, D. E., Relative reactivity of biogenic and chemogenic uraninite and biogenic non-crystalline U(IV). Environmental Science & Technology 2013, 47(17): 9756-9763.

  47. Wang, Y.; Mehta, V.; Welter, G.J.; Giammar, D. E., Effect of connection methods on lead release from galvanic corrosion. Journal - American Water Work Association 2013, 105(7): E337-E351. (Download PDF)

  48. Wang, Z.; Giammar, D. E., Mass action expressions for bidentate adsorption in surface complexation modeling: Theory and practice. Environmental Science & Technology 2013, 47(9): 3982-3996. (DOE-BER Research Highlight: Link)

  49. Bargar, J. R.; Williams, K. H.; Campbell, K. M.; Long, P. E.; Stubbs, J. E.; Suvorova, E. I.; Lezama-Pacheco, J. S.; Alessi, D. S.; Stylo, M.; Webb, S. M.; Davis, J. A.; Giammar, D. E.; Blue, L. Y.; Bernier-Latmani R., Uranium redox transition pathways in acetate-amended sediments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2013, 110(12): 4506-4511.

  50. Wang, Z.; Lee, S. W.; Catalano, J. G.; Lezama-Pacheco, J. S.; Bargar, J. R.; Tebo, B. M.; Giammar, D. E., Adsorption of uranium(VI) to manganese oxides: X-ray absorption spectroscopy and surface complexation modeling. Environmental Science & Technology 2013,47(2): 850-858.

  51. Wang, Z.; Lee S. W.; Kapoor, P.; Tebo, B. M.; Giammar D. E., Uraninite oxidation and dissolution induced by manganese oxide: A redox reaction between two insoluble minerals. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2013, 100(1): 24-40.

  52. Jun, Y. S.; Giammar, D. E.; Werth, C. J.; Dzombak, D. A., Environmental and geochemical aspects of geological carbon sequestration: A special issue. Environmental Science & Technology 2013, 47(1): 1-2. (Guest Editorial Comment)

  53. Jun, Y. S.; Giammar, D. E.; Werth, C. J., Impact of Geochemical reactions on geological carbon sequestration. Environmental Science & Technology 2013, 47(1): 3-8. (Feature Cover Article)

  54. Wang, F.; Giammar, D. E., Forsterite dissolution in saline water at elevated temperature and high CO2 pressure. Environmental Science & Technology 2013,47(1): 168-173

  55. Wang, Y.; Wu, J.; Wang, Z.; Terenyi, A.; Giammar, D. E., Kinetics of PbO2 reductive dissolution: Role of Pb(II) adsorption and surface speciation. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2013, 389(1): 236-243.

  56. Catalano, J. G.; Huhmann, B. L.; Luo, Y.; Mitnick, E. H.; Slavney, A.; Giammar, D.E., Metal release and speciation changes during wet aging of coal fly ashes. Environmental Science & Technology 2012, 46(21): 11804-11812.

  57. Hutchinson, T. J.; Basappa L.; Dikshit A.; Luo Y.; Catalano J. G.; Giammar D. E., Fate of metals in fly ash during aging in laboratory-scale ash impoundments. Environmental Engineering Science 2012, 29(12): 1085-1091. (Featured Article: link)

  58. Giammar, D. E.; Cerrato, J. M.; Mehta, V.; Wang, Z.; Wang, Y.; Pepping, T. J.; Ulrich, K. U.; Lezama-Pacheco, J. S; Bargar J. R., Effect of diffusive transport limitations on UO2 dissolution. Water Research 2012, 46(18): 6023-6032.

  59. Wang, Y.; Jing, H.; Mehta, V.; Welter, G. J.; Giammar, D. E., Impact of galvanic corrosion on lead release from aged lead service lines. Water Research 2012, 46(16): 5049-5060.

  60. Wang, Y.; Wu, J.; Giammar, D. E., Kinetics of the reductive dissolution of lead(IV) oxide by iodide. Environmental Science & Technology 2012, 46(11): 5859-5866.

  61. Singh, A.; Catalano, J. G.; Ulrich, K. U.; Giammar, D. E., Molecular-scale structure of uranium(VI) immobilized with goethite and phosphate. Environmental Science & Technology 2012, 46(12): 6594-6603.

  62. Cerrato, J. M.; Barrows, C. J.; Blue, L. Y.; Lezama-Pacheco, J. S.; Bargar, J. R.; Giammar, D. E., Effect of Ca2+ and Zn2+ on UO2 dissolution rates. Environmental Science & Technology 2012, 46(5): 2731-2737.

  63. Zeng, H.; Giammar, D. E., U(VI) reduction by Fe(II) on hematite nanoparticles. Journal of Nanoparticle Research 2011, 13(9): 3741-3754.

  64. Xie, Y.; Giammar, D. E., Effects of flow and water chemistry on lead release rates from pipe scales. Water Research 2011, 45(19): 6525-6534.

  65. Wan, W.; Pepping, T. J.; Banerji, T.; Chaudhari, S.; Giammar, D. E., Effects of water chemistry on arsenic removal from drinking water by electrocoagulation. Water Research 2011, 45(1): 384-392.

  66. Ulrich, K. U.; Veeramani, H.; Bernier-Latmani, R.; Giammar, D. E., Speciation-dependent kinetics of uranium(VI) bioreduction. Geomicrobiology Journal 2011, 28(5-6): 396-409.

  67. Sharp, J. O.; Lezama-Pacheco, J. S.; Schofield, E. J.; Junier, P.; Ulrich, K. U.; Chinni, S.; Veeramani, H.; Margot-Roquier, C.; Webb, S. M.; Tebo, B. M.; Giammar, D. E.; Bargar, J. R.; Bernier-Latmani, R., Uranium speciation and stability after reductive immobilization in aquifer sediments. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2011, 75(21): 6497-6510.

  68. Luo, Y.; Giammar, D. E.; Huhmann, B. L.; Catalano, J. G., Speciation of selenium, arsenic, and zinc in Class C fly ash. Energy & Fuels 2011, 25(7): 2980-2987.

  69. Case, D. H.; Wang, F.; Giammar, D. E., Precipitation of magnesium carbonates as a function of temperature, solution composition, and presence of a silicate mineral substrate. Environmental Engineering Science 2011, 28(12): 881-889.

  70. Campbell, K. M.; Veeramani, H.; Urich, K. U.; Blue, L. Y.; Giammar, D. E.; Bernier-Latmani, R.; Stubbs, J. E.; Suvorova, E.; Yabusaki, S.; Lezama-Pacheco, J. S.; Mehta, A.; Long, P. E.; Bargar, J. R., Oxidative dissolution of biogenic uraninite in groundwater at old Rifle, CO. Environmental Science & Technology 2011, 45(20): 8748-8754.

  71. Campbell, K. M.; Davis, J. A.; Bargar, J.; Giammar, D.; Bernier-Latmani, R.; Kukkadapu, R.; Williams, K. H.; Veramani, H.; Ulrich, K. U.; Stubbs, J.; Yabusaki, S.; Figueroa, L.; Lesher, E.; Wilkins, M. J.; Peacock, A.; Long, P. E., Composition, stability, and measurement of reduced uranium phases for groundwater bioremediation at Old Rifle, CO. Applied Geochemistry 2011, 26: S167-S169.

  72. Wang, Y.; Xie, Y.; Li, W; Wang, Z; Giammar, D. E., Formation of lead(IV) oxides from lead(II) compounds. Environmental Science & Technology 2010, 44(23): 8950-8956.

  73. Xie, Y.; Wang, Y.; Giammar, D. E., Impact of chlorine disinfectants on dissolution of the lead corrosion product PbO2. Environmental Science & Technology 2010, 44(18): 7082-7088.

  74. Xie, Y.; Wang, Y.; Singhal, V.; Giammar, D. E., Effects of pH and carbonate concentration on dissolution rates of the lead corrosion product PbO2. Environmental Science & Technology 2010, 44(3): 1093-1099.

  75. Singh, A.; Ulrich, K. U.; Giammar, D. E., Impact of phosphate on U(VI) immobilization in the presence of goethite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2010, 74(22): 6324-6343.

  76. Zeng, H.; Singh, A.; Basak, S.; Ulrich, K. U.; Sahu, M.; Biswas, P.; Catalano, J. G.; Giammar, D. E., Nanoscale size effects on uranium(VI) adsorption to hematite. Environmental Science & Technology 2009, 43(5): 1373-1378.

  77. Veeramani, H.; Schofield, E. J.; Sharp, J. O.; Suvorova, E. I.; Ulrich, K. U.; Mehta, A.; Giammar, D. E.; Bargar, J. R.; Bernier-Latmani, R., Effect of Mn(II) on the structure and reactivity of biogenic uraninite. Environmental Science & Technology 2009, 43(17): 6541-6547.

  78. Ulrich, K. U.; Ilton, E. S.; Veeramani, H.; Sharp, J. O.; Bernier-Latmani, R.; Schofield, E. J.; Bargar, J. R.; Giammar, D. E., Comparative dissolution kinetics of biogenic and chemogenic uraninite under oxidizing conditions in the presence of carbonate. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2009, 73(20): 6065-6083. (PNNL Research Highlight: Link)

  79. Zeng, H.; Fisher, B.; Giammar, D. E., Individual and competitive adsorption of arsenate and phosphate to a high-surface-area iron oxide-based sorbent. Environmental Science & Technology 2008, 42(1): 147-152.

  80. Zeng, H.; Arashiro, M.; Giammar, D. E., Effects of water chemistry and flow rate on arsenate removal by adsorption to an iron oxide-based sorbent. Water Research 2008, 42(18): 4629-4636.

  81. Yan, B.; Wrenn, B. A.; Basak, S.; Biswas, P.; Giammar, D. E., Microbial reduction of Fe(III) in hematite nanoparticles by Geobacter sulfurreducens. Environmental Science & Technology 2008, 42(17): 6526-6531.

  82. Worathanakul, P.; Kongkachuichay, P.; Noel, J. D.; Suriyawong, A.; Giammar, D. E.; Biswas, P., Evaluation of nanostructured sorbents in differential bed reactors for elemental mercury capture. Environmental Engineering Science 2008, 25(7): 1061-1070.

  83. Ulrich, K. U.; Singh, A.; Schofield, E. J.; Bargar, J. R.; Veeramani, H.; Sharp, J. O.; Bernier-Latmani, R.; Giammar, D. E., Dissolution of biogenic and synthetic UO2 under varied reducing conditions. Environmental Science & Technology 2008, 42(15): 5600-5606.

  84. Giammar, D. E.; Xie, L. Y.; Pasteris, J. D., Immobilization of lead with nanocrystalline carbonated apatite present in fish bone. Environmental Engineering Science 2008, 25(5): 725-735.

  85. Chinni, S.; Anderson, C. R.; Ulrich, K. U.; Giammar, D. E.; Tebo, B. M., Indirect UO2 oxidation by Mn(II)-oxidizing spores of Bacillus sp Strain SG-1 and the effect of U and Mn concentrations. Environmental Science & Technology 2008, 42(23): 8709-8714.

  86. Bargar, J. R.; Bernier-Latmani, R.; Giammar, D. E.; Tebo, B. M., Biogenic uraninite nanoparticles and their importance for uranium remediation. Elements 2008,4(6): 407-412.

  87. Xie, L.; Giammar, D.E., Influence of phosphate on adsorption and surface precipitation of lead on iron oxide surfaces, in Adsorption of Metals by Geomedia II, Barnett, M.O and D.B. Kent, Editors, Elsevier, 2008, Vol. 7, Chapter 13, 349-373.

  88. Yuan, Z.; Ramaswami, B.; Casaletto, D.; Falke, S.; Angenent, L. T.; Giammar, D. E., Evaluation of chemical indicators for tracking and apportionment of phosphorus sources to Table Rock Lake in Southwest Missouri, USA. Water Research 2007, 41(7): 1525-1533.

  89. Xie, L.; Giammar, D. E., Equilibrium solubility and dissolution rate of the lead phosphate chloropyromorphite. Environmental Science & Technology 2007, 41(23): 8050-8055.

  90. Noel, J. D.; Biswas, P.; Giammar, D. E., Evaluation of a sequential extraction process used for determining mercury binding mechanisms to coal combustion byproducts. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 2007, 57(7): 856-867.

  91. Giammar, D. E.; Maus, C. J.; Xie, L., Effects of particle size and crystalline phase on lead adsorption to titanium dioxide nanoparticles. Environmental Engineering Science 2007, 24(1): 85-95.

  92. Dryden, S. K.; Ramaswami, B.; Yuan, Z.; Giammar, D. E.; Angenent, L. T., A rapid reverse transcription-PCR assay for F+ RNA coliphages to trace fecal pollution in Table Rock Lake on the Arkansas-Missouri border. Water Research 2006, 40(20): 3719-3724.

  93. Giammar, D. E.; Bruant, R. G.; Peters, C. A., Forsterite dissolution and magnesite precipitation at conditions relevant for deep saline aquifer storage and sequestration of carbon dioxide. Chemical Geology 2005, 217(3-4): 257-276.

  94. Giammar, D. E.; Hering, J. G., Influence of dissolved sodium and cesium on uranyl oxide hydrate solubility. Environmental Science & Technology 2004, 38(1): 171-179.

  95. Giammar, D. E.; Hering, J. G., Equilibrium and kinetic aspects of soddyite dissolution and secondary phase precipitation in aqueous suspension. Geochimica et Cosmochimica cta 2002, 66(18): 3235-3245.

  96. Giammar, D. E.; Hering, J. G., Time scales for sorption-desorption and surface precipitation of uranyl on goethite. Environmental Science & Technology 2001, 35(16): 3332-3337.

  97. Giammar, D. E.; Dzombak, D. A., Copper complexation with the mellitic acid series. Journal of Solution Chemistry 1998, 27(1): 89-105.