John Greenleaf
John Greenleaf
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Arsenic removal using a polymeric/inorganic hybrid sorbent
MJ DeMarco, AK SenGupta, JE Greenleaf
Water research 37 (1), 164-176, 2003
5142003
Polymer supported inorganic nanoparticles: characterization and environmental applications
L Cumbal, J Greenleaf, D Leun, AK SenGupta
Reactive and Functional Polymers 54 (1-3), 167-180, 2003
3052003
Two novel applications of ion exchange fibers: Arsenic removal and chemical‐free softening of hard water
JE Greenleaf, J Lin, AK Sengupta
Environmental Progress 25 (4), 300-311, 2006
1282006
Well-head arsenic removal units in remote villages of Indian subcontinent: field results and performance evaluation
S Sarkar, A Gupta, RK Biswas, AK Deb, JE Greenleaf, AK SenGupta
Water Research 39 (10), 2196-2206, 2005
982005
Evolution of community-based arsenic removal systems in remote villages in West Bengal, India: assessment of decade-long operation
S Sarkar, JE Greenleaf, A Gupta, D Ghosh, LM Blaney, P Bandyopadhyay, ...
water research 44 (19), 5813-5822, 2010
772010
Abiotic As (III) oxidation by hydrated Fe (III) oxide (HFO) microparticles in a plug flow columnar configuration
JE Greenleaf, L Cumbal, I Staina, AK SenGupta
Process Safety and Environmental Protection 81 (2), 87-98, 2003
612003
Environmentally benign hardness removal using ion-exchange fibers and snowmelt
JE Greenleaf, AK SenGupta
Environmental science & technology 40 (1), 370-376, 2006
472006
Arsenic in subsurface water: its chemistry and removal by engineered processes
AK SenGupta, JE Greenleaf
Environmental Separation of Heavy Metals: Engineering Processes, 265-306, 2002
352002
Sustainable engineered processes to mitigate the global arsenic crisis in drinking water: challenges and progress
S Sarkar, JE Greenleaf, A Gupta, D Uy, AK SenGupta
Annual Review of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering 3, 497-517, 2012
272012
Hydrogen Ion (H+) in Waste Acid as a Driver for Environmentally Sustainable Processes: Opportunities and Challenges
M German, AK SenGupta, J Greenleaf
Environmental science & technology 47 (5), 2145-2150, 2013
262013
Flue gas carbon dioxide sequestration during water softening with ion-exchange fibers
JE Greenleaf, AK SenGupta
Journal of Environmental Engineering 135 (6), 386-396, 2009
182009
Carbon dioxide sequestration through novel use of ion exchange fibers (IX-fibers)
S Padungthon, JE Greenleaf, AK Sengupta
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 89 (9), 1891-1900, 2011
162011
A new polymeric/inorganic hybrid sorbent for selective arsenic removal
AK SenGupta, M DeMarco, J Greenleaf
Proceedings of IEX, 142-149, 2000
112000
Energy recovery from acid–base neutralization process through pH-sensitive polymeric ion exchangers
S Sarkar, AK SenGupta, JE Greenleaf, M El-Moselhy
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 50 (21), 12293-12298, 2011
102011
Carbon dioxide regeneration of ion exchange resins and fibers: a review
JE Greenleaf, AK SenGupta
Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange 30 (4), 350-371, 2012
92012
Community-based wellhead arsenic removal units in remote villages of West Bengal, India
A GUPTA
Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater: Mechanism, Analysis, and Remediation, 305, 2008
42008
Ion exchange technology
S Sarkar, JE Greenleaf, AK SenGupta
Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology, 2002
42002
Polymer-supported subcolloidal particles: characterization and environmental application
L Cumbal, AK SenGupta, J Greenleaf, D Leun
Role of Interfaces in Environmental Protection, 67-80, 2003
22003
Environmentally benign synthesis of sodium hydroxide and hardness removal using ion exchange fibers
JE Greenleaf
Lehigh University, 2007
12007
OF WEST BENGAL, INDIA
L BLANEY, JE GREENLEAF
Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater: Mechanism, Analysis, and Remediation, 305, 2008
2008
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