Publications

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  1. Zhang, Z.; Ma, B.; Hozalski, R. M.; Russell, C. G.; Evans, A. N.; Led, K. O.; Van Dyke, M.; Peldszus, S.; Huck, P. M.; Szczuka, A.; Mitch, W. A. Bench-Scale Column Evaluation of Factors Associated with Changes in N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) Precursor Concentrations During Drinking Water Biofiltration. Water Res. 2019, 167, doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2019.115103 (Full Text)
  2. Furst, K.E.; Coyte, R.M.; Wood, M.; Vengosh, A.; Mitch, W.A. Disinfection byproducts in Rajasthan, India: Are trihalomethanes a sufficient indicator of disinfection byproduct exposure in low-income countries? Environ. Sci. Technol. 2019, 53, DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.9b03484. (Full Text)
  3. Zhang, Z.; Chuang, Y.-H.; Szczuka, A.; Ishida, K. P.; Roback, S.; Plumlee, M. H.; Mitch, W. A. Pilot-scale evaluation of oxidant speciation, 1,4-dioxane degradation and disinfection byproduct formation during UV/hydrogen peroxide, UV/free chlorine and UV/chloramines advanced oxidation process treatment for potable reuse. Water Res. 2019, doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2019.114939 (Full Text)
  4. Komaki, Y.; Simpson, A. M.-A.; Choe, J. K.; Pinney, M. M.; Herschlag, D.; Chuang, Y.-H.; Mitch, W. A. Serum electrolytes can promote hydroxyl radical initiated biomolecular damage from inflammation. Free Radic. Biol. Med. 2019, 141, 475-482. (Full Text)
  5. Font-Ribera, L.; Marco, E.; Grimalt, J.O.; Pastor, S.; Marcos, R.; Abramsson-Zetterberg, L.; Pedersen, M.; Grummt, T.; Junek, R.; Barreiro, E.; Heederik, D.; Spithoven, J.; Critelli, R.; Naccarati, A.; Schmalz, C.; Zwiener, C.; Liu, J.; Zhang, X.; Mitch, W.; Gracia-Lavedan, E.; Arjona, L.; de Bont, J.; Tarès, L.; Vineis, P.; Kogevinas, M.; Villanueva, C.M. Exposure to disinfection by-products in swimming pools and biomarkers of genotoxicity and respiratory damage – The PISCINA2 Study. Environ. Intern. 2019, 131, in press. (Full Text)
  6. Coyte, R. M.; Singh, A.; Furst, K. E.; Mitch, W. A.; Vengosh, A. Co-occurrence of geogenic and anthropogenic contaminants in groundwater from Rajasthan, India. Sci. Tot. Environ. 2019, 688, 1216-1227. (Full Text)
  7. Zhang, Z.; Chuang, Y. H.; Huang, N.; Mitch, W.A. Predicting the contribution of chloramines to contaminant decay during UV/hydrogen peroxide advanced oxidation process (AOP) treatment for potable reuse. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2019, 53, 4416-4425.  (Full Text)
  8. Chuang, Y. H.; Szczuka, A.; Mitch, W.A. Comparison of Toxicity-Weighted Disinfection Byproduct Concentrations in Potable Reuse Waters to Conventional Drinking Waters as a New Approach to Assess the Quality of Advanced Treatment Train Waters. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2019, 53, 3729-3738. (Full Text)
  9. Chuang, Y. H.; Szczuka, A.; Shabani, F.; Munoz, J.; Aflaki, R.; Hammond, S.D.; Mitch, W.A. Comparing Industrial and Domestic Discharges as Sources of N-Nitrosamines and Their Chloramine or Ozone-Reactive Precursors. Environ. Sci.: Water Res. Technol., 2019, 5, 726-736. (Full Text)
  10. Szczuka, A.; Berglund-Brown, J.P.; Chen, H.K.; Quay, A.N.; Mitch, W.A. Evaluation of a Pilot Anaerobic Secondary Effluent for Potable Reuse: Impact of Different Disinfection Schemes on Organic Fouling of RO Membranes and DBP Formation. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2019, 53, 3166-3176 (Full Text)
  11. Marron, E.L.; Mitch, W.A.; von Gunten, U.; Sedlak, D.L. A tale of two treatments: the multiple barrier approach to remove chemical contaminants during potable water reuse. Acc. Chem. Res. 2019, 52, 615-622. (Full Text)
  12. Vatankhah, H.; Szczuka, A.; Mitch, W.A.; Almaraz, N.; Brannum, J.; Bellona, C. Evaluation of enhanced ozone-biologically active filtration treatment for the removal of 1,4-dioxane and disinfection byproduct precursors from wastewater effluent. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2019, 53, 2720-2730. (Full Text)
  13. Xu, L.; Li, H.; Mitch, W.A.; Tao, S.; Zhu, D. Enhanced phototransformation of tetracycline at smectite clay surfaces under simulated sunlight via a Lewis base-catalyzed alkalization mechanism. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2019, 53, 710-718. (Full Text)
  14. Chuang, Y. H.; Szczuka, A.; Shabani, F.; Munoz, J.; Aflaki, R.; Hammond, S.D.; Mitch, W.A. Pilot-scale comparison of microfiltration/reverse osmosis and ozone/biological activated carbon with UV/hydrogen peroxide or UV/free chlorine AOP treatment for controlling disinfection byproducts during wastewater reuse. Water Res. 2019, 152, 215-225. (Full Text)
  15. Chuang, Y. H.; Szczuka, A.; Shabani, F.; Munoz, J.; Aflaki, R.; Hammond, S.D.; Mitch, W.A. Formation of N-nitrosamines During the Analysis of Municipal Secondary Biological Nutrient Removal Process Effluents by US EPA Method 521. Chemosphere 2019, 221, 597-605. (Full Text)
  16. Krasner, S.W.; Westerhoff, P.; Mitch, W.A.; Hanigan, D.; McCurry, D.L.; von Gunten, U. Behavior of NDMA Precursors at 21 Full-Scale Water Treatment Facilities. Environ. Sci.: Water Res. Technol. 2018, 4, 1966-1978. (Full Text)
  17. Komaki, Y.; Simpson, A.M.-A.; Choe, J.K.; Plewa, M.J.; Mitch, W.A. Chlorotyrosines versus volatile byproducts from chlorine disinfection during washing of spinach and lettuce. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2018, 52, 9361-9369. (Full Text)
  18. Krasner, S.W.; Lee, C.-F.T.; Mitch, W.A.; von Gunten, U. Impact of combined chlorination and chloramination conditions on NDMA formation. Journal AWWA 2018, 110 (12), 11-24. DOI: 10.1002/AWWA.1128 (Full Text)
  19. Nelson, K.L.; Boehm, A.B.; Davies-Colley, R.J.; Dodd, M.C.; Kohn, T.; Linden K.G.; Liu, Y.; Maraccini, P.A.; McNeill, K.; Mitch, W.A.; Nguyen, T.H.; Parker, K.M.; Rodriguez, R.A.; Sassoubre, L.M. Silverman, A.I.; Wigginton, K.R.; Zepp, R.G. Sunlight-Mediated Inactivation of Health-Relevant Microorganisms in Water: A Review of Mechanisms and Modeling Approaches. Environ. Proc.: Sci. Impacts 2018, 20, 1089-1122. (Full Text)
  20. Furst, K.E.; Pecson, B.M.; Webber, B.D.; Mitch, W.A. Tradeoffs between pathogen inactivation and disinfection byproduct formation during sequential chlorine and chloramine disinfection for wastewater reuse. Water Res. 2018, 143, 579-588. (Full Text)
  21. Furst, K.E.; Pecson, B.M.; Webber, B.D.; Mitch, W.A. Distributed chlorine injection to minimize NDMA formation during chloramination of wastewater. Environ Sci. Technol. Lett. 2018, 5, 462-466. (Full Text)
  22. Li, X.-F.; Mitch, W.A. ACS Editors' Choice Feature Article. Drinking water disinfection byproducts (DBPs) and human health effects: multidisciplinary challenges and opportunities. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2018, 52, 1681-1689.  (Full Text)
  23. Li, Y.; Mitch, W.A. Capture and Reductive Transformation of Halogenated Pesticides by an Activated Carbon-Based Electrolysis System for Treatment of Runoff. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2018, 1435-1443. (Full Text)
  24. Mitch, W.A. New takes on emerging contaminants. J. Environ. Sci., 2017, 62, 1-2. (Full Text)
  25. Chuang, Y.H.; Chen, S.; Chinn, C.J.; Mitch, W.A. Comparing the UV/monochloramine and UV/free chlorine advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) to the UV/hydrogen peroxide AOP under scenarios relevant to potable reuse.  Environ. Sci. Technol., 2017, 51, 13859-13868.  (Full Text)
  26. Yu, K.; Mitch, W.A.; Dai, N. Nitrosamines and nitramines in amine-based carbon dioxide capture systems: fundamentals, engineering implications and knowledge gaps. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2017, 51, 11522-11536. (Full Text)
  27. Vengosh, A.; Mitch, W.A.; McKenzie, L.M. Environmental and human impacts of unconventional energy development. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2017, 51, 10271-10273. (Full Text)
  28. Pignatello, J.J.; Mitch, W.A.; Xu, W. Activity and reactivity of pyrogenic carbonaceous matter toward organic compounds. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2017, 51, 8893-8908. (Full Text)
  29. McCurry, D.L.; Ishida, K.P.; Oelker, G.L.; Mitch, W.A. Reverse osmosis shifts chloramine speciation causing re-formation of NDMA during potable reuse of wastewater. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2017, 51, 8589-8596. (Full Text)
  30. Szczuka, A.; Parker, K.M.; Harvey, C.; Hayes, E.; Vengosh, A.; Mitch, W.A. Regulated and unregulated halogenated disinfection byproduct formation from chlorination of saline groundwater. Water Res., 2017, 122, 633-644. (Full Text)
  31. Chuang, Y.H.; Mitch, W.A. The effect of ozonation and biological activated carbon treatment of wastewater effluents on formation of N-nitrosamines and halogenated disinfection byproducts. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2017, 51, 2329-2338. (Full Text)
  32. Zeng, T.; Glover, C.M.; Marti, E.; Woods, G.; Karanfil, T.; Mitch, W.A.; Dickenson, E.R.V. Relative importance of different water categories as sources of N-nitrosamine precursors. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2016, 50, 13239-13248  (Full Text)
  33. Chuang, Y.H.; Parker, K.M.; Mitch, W.A. Development of predictive models for the degradation of halogenated disinfection byproducts during the UV/H2O2 advanced oxidation process. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2016, 50, 11209-11217. (Full Text)
  34. Li, Y.; Liu, C.; Cui, Y.; Walse, S.S.; Olver, R.; Zilberman, D.; Mitch, W.A. Development of an activated carbon-based electrode for the capture and rapid electrolytic reductive debromination of methyl bromide from post-harvest fumigations. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2016, 50, 11200-11208. (Full Text)
  35. Parker, K.M.; Reichwaldt, E.S.; Ghadouani, A.; Mitch, W.A. Halogen radicals promote the photodegradation of microcystins in estuarine systems. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2016, 50, 8505-8513. (Full Text)
  36. Font-Ribera, L.; Kogevinas, M.; Schmalz, C.; Zwiener, C.; Marco, E.; Grimalt, J.O.; Liu, J.; Zhang, X.; Mitch, W.; Critelli, R.; Naccarati, A.; Heederik, D.; Spithoven, J.; Arjona, L.; de Bont, J.; Gracia-Lavedan, E.; Villanueva, C.M. Environmental and personal determinants of the uptake of disinfection by-products during swimming. Environ. Res., 2016, 149, 206-215.(Full Text)
  37. Parker, K.M.; Mitch, W.A. Halogen radicals contribute to photo-oxidation in coastal and estuarine waters. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 2016, 113, 5868-5873. (Full Text)
  38. Li, Y.; Kemper, J.M.; Datuin, G.; Akey, A.; Mitch, W.A.*; Luthy, R.G.* Reductive Dehalogenation of Disinfection Byproducts by an Activated Carbon-Based Electrode System. Water Res.2016, 98, 354-362. * = co-corresponding authors.(Full Text)
  39. Zeng, T.; Li, R.J.; Mitch, W.A. Structural Modifications to Quaternary Ammonium Polymer Coagulants to Inhibit N-Nitrosamine Formation. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2016, 50, 4778-4787. (Full Text)
  40. Zeng, T.; Plewa, M.J.; Mitch, W.A. N-Nitrosamines and Halogenated Disinfection Byproducts in U.S. Full Advanced Treatment Trains for Potable Reuse. Water Res., 2016, 101, 176-186. (Full Text)
  41. McCurry, D.L.; Krasner, S.W.; Mitch, W.A. Control of Nitrosamines During Non-Potable and de Facto Wastewater Reuse with Medium Pressure Ultraviolet Light and Preformed Monochloramine. Environ. Sci.: Water Res. Technol., 2016, 2, 502-510. (Full Text)
  42. Zeng, Y.; Mitch, W.A.Oral Intake of Ranitidine Increases Urinary Excretion of N-Nitrosodimethylamine. Carcinogenesis, 2016, 37, 625-634. (Full Text)
  43. Zeng, T.; Mitch, W.A. Impact of Nitrification on N-Nitrosamine and Halogenated Disinfection Byproduct Formation within Drinking Water Storage Facilities. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2016, 50, 2964-2973.(Full Text)
  44. McCurry, D.L.; Quay, A.N.; Mitch, W.A. Ozone Promotes Chloropicrin Formation by Oxidizing Amines to Nitro Compounds. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2016, 50, 1209-1217.(Full Text)
  45. Yang, Y.; Pignatello, J.J.; Ma, J.; Mitch, W.A. Effect of Matrix Components on UV/H2O2 and UV/S2O82- Advanced Oxidation Processes for Trace Organic Degradation in Reverse Osmosis Brines from Municipal Wastewater Reuse Facilities. Water Res. 201689, 192-200. (Full Text)
  46. Ren, Y.; Chen, Y.; Zeng, T.; Feng, J.; Ma, J.; Mitch, W.A. Influence of Bi-doping on Mn1-xBixFe2O4 catalytic ozonation of di-n-butyl phthalate. Chem. Eng. Journal 2016, 283, 622-630.(Full Text)
  47. Chuang, Y.-H.; McCurry, D.L.; Tung, H.-H.; Mitch, W.A. Formation Pathways and Tradeoffs Between Haloacetamides and Haloacetaldehydes During Combined Chlorination and Chloramination of Lignin Phenols and Natural Waters. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2015, 49, 14432-14440.(Full Text)
  48. Zeng, T.; Mitch, W.A. Contribution of N-Nitrosamines and Their Precursors to Domestic Sewage by Greywaters and Blackwaters. Environ. Sci. Technol. 201549, 13158-13167. (Full Text)
  49. Choe, J.K.; Richards. D.H.; Wilson, C.J.; Mitch, W.A. Degradation of Amino Acids and Structure in Model Proteins and Bacteriophage MS2 by Chlorine, Bromine and Ozone. Environ. Sci. Technol., 201549, 13331-13339. (Full Text)
  50. Wang, Z.; Mitch, W.A. Influence of Dissolved Metals on N-nitrosamine Formation Under Amine-Based CO2 Capture Conditions. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2015, 49, 11974-11981.  (Full Text)
  51. Howell, S.C.; Richards, D.H.; Mitch, W.A.; Wilson, C.J. Leveraging the Mechanism of Oxidative Decay for Adenylate Kinase to Design Structural and Functional Resistances. ACS Chemical Biology2015, DOI: 10.1021/acschembio.5b00431. (Full Text)
  52. McCurry, D.L.; Krasner, S.W.; von Gunten, U.; Mitch, W.A. Determinants of Disinfectant Pretreatment Efficacy for Nitrosamine Control in Chloraminated Drinking Water. Water Res. 2015, 84, 161-170.(Full Text)
  53. Dai, N.; Mitch, W.A. Controlling Nitrosamines, Nitramines, and Amines in Amine-Based CO2 Capture Systems with Continuous Ultraviolet and Ozone Treatment of Washwater. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2015, 49 (7), 8878-8886.(Full Text)
  54. Yang, Y.; Li, Y.; Walse, S.S.; Mitch, W.A. Destruction of methyl bromide sorbed to activated carbon by thiosulfate or electrolysis. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2015, 49 (7), 4515-4521.(Full Text)
  55. Xu, W.; Pignatello, J.J.; Mitch, W.A. Reduction of Nitroaromatics Sorbed to Black Carbon by Direct Reaction with Sorbed Sulfides. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2015, 49 (6), 3419-3426. (Full Text)
  56. Dai, N.; Zeng, T.; Mitch, W. A. Predicting N‑Nitrosamines: N‑Nitrosodiethanolamine as a Significant Component of Total N‑Nitrosamines in Recycled Wastewater. Environ Sci Technol. Let 2015, 2 (3), 54-58. (Full Text)
  57. Harkness, J.S.; Dwyer, G.S.; Warner, N.R.; Parker, K.M.; Mitch, W.A.; Vengosh, A. Iodide, bromide, and ammonium in hydraulic fracturing and oil and gas wastewaters: environmental implications. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2015, 49, 1955-1963.(Full Text)
  58. Zeng, T.; Pignatello, J.J.; Li, R.J.; Mitch, W.A. Synthesis and Application of a Quaternary Phosphonium Polymer Coagulant to Avoid N-Nitrosamine Formation. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2014, 48, 13392-13401.(Full Text)
  59. McCurry, D.L.; Bear, S.E.; Bae, J.; Sedlak, D.L.; McCarty, P.L.; Mitch, W.A. Superior Removal of Disinfection Byproduct Precursors and Pharmaceuticals from Wastewater in a Staged Anaerobic Fluidized Membrane Bioreactor Compared to Activated Sludge. Environ Sci Technol. Let 2014, 1, 459-464. (Full Text)
  60. Chu, W.; Gao, N.; Yin, D.; Krasner, S.W.; Mitch, W.A.; Impact of UV/H2O2 pre-oxidation on the formation of haloacetamides and other nitrogenous disinfection byproducts during chlorination. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2014, 48 (20), 12190–12198. (Full Text)
  61. Parker, K.M.; Zeng, T.; Harkness, J.; Vengosh, A.; Mitch, W. A. Increased formation of disinfection by-products in shale gas wastewater-impacted surface drinking water supplies. Environmental Science & Technology 2014, 48, 11161-11169. (Full Text)
  62. Wagner, E.D.; Osiol, J.; Mitch, W.A.; Plewa, M.J. Comparative in Vitro Toxicity of Nitrosamines and Nitramines Associated with Amine-based Carbon Capture and Storage.Environ. Sci. Technol., 2014, 48, 8203-8211. (Full Text)
  63. Dai, N.; Mitch, W.A. Effects of Flue Gas Compositions on Nitrosamine and Nitramine Formation in Postcombustion CO2 Capture Systems. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2014, 48, 7519-7526. (Full Text)
  64. Méndez-Díaz, J.D.; Shimabuku, K.K.; Ma, J.; Enumah, Z.O.; Pignatello, J.J.; Mitch, W.A.; Dodd, M.C. Sunlight-Driven Photochemical Halogenation of Dissolved Organic Matter in Seawater: A Natural Abiotic Source of Organobromine and Organoiodine. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2014, 48, 7418-7427. (Full Text)
  65. Zeng, T. ; Wilson, C.; Mitch, W.A. Effect of Chemical Oxidation on the Sorption Tendency of Dissolved Organic Matter to a Model Hydrophobic Surface. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2014, 48, 5118-5126. (Full Text)
  66. Yang, Y.; Pignatello, J.J.; Ma, J.; Mitch, W.A. Comparison of Halide Impacts on the Efficiency of Contaminant Degradation by Sulfate and Hydroxyl Radical-Based Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs). Environ. Sci. Technol., 2014, 48, 2344-2351. (Full Text)
  67. Dai, N.; Mitch, W.A. Influence of amine structural characteristics of N-nitrosamine formation potential relevant to postcombustion CO2 capture systems. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2013, 47, 13175-13183. (Full Text)
  68. Parker, K.M.; Pignatello, J.J.; Mitch, W.A. Influence of ionic strength on triplet-state natural organic matter loss by energy transfer and electron transfer pathways. Environ. Sci. Technol.2013, 47, 10987-10994. (Full Text)
  69. Xu, W.; Pignatello, J.J.; Mitch, W.A. The role of black carbon electrical conductivity in mediating hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine (RDX) transformation on carbon surfaces by sulfides. Environ. Sci. Technol201347, 7129-7136. (Full Text)
  70. Krasner. S.W.; Mitch, W.A.; McCurry, D.L.; Hanigan, D.; Westerhoff, P. Formation, precursors, control, and occurrence of nitrosamines in drinking water: a review. Wat. Res. 2013, 47, 4433-4450. (Full Text)
  71. Dai, N.; Mitch, W.A. Relative importance of N-nitrosodimethylamine compared to total N-nitrosamines in drinking waters. Environ. Sci. Technol2013, 47, 3648-3656. (Full Text)
  72. Shah, A.D.; Dai, N.; Mitch, W.A. Application of ultraviolet, ozone, and advanced oxidation treatments to washwaters to destroy nitrosamines, nitramines, amines, and aldehydes formed during amine-based carbon capture. Environ. Sci. Technol2013, 47, 2799-2808. (Full Text)
  73. Sivey, J.D.; Howell, S.C.; Bean, D.J.; McCurry, D.L.; Mitch, W.A.*; Wilson, C.J. Dual role for lysine during protein modification by HOCl and HOBr: lysine nitrile as a putative biomarker for oxidative stress. Biochemistry201352, 1260-1271. *co-corresponding author (Full Text)
  74. Huang, H.; Wu, Q.-Y.; Hu, H.-Y.; Mitch, W.A. Dichloroacetonitrile and dichloroacetamide can form independently during chlorination and chloramination of drinking waters, model organic matters and wastewater effluents. Environ. Sci. Technol. 201246, 10624-10631. (Full Text)
  75. Krasner, S.W.; Mitch, W.A.; Westerhoff, P.; Dotson, A.D. Formation and control of emerging C- and N-DBPs in drinking water. Journal AWWA 2012104, E582-E595.(Full Text)
  76. Dai, N.; Shah, A.D.; Hu, L.; Plewa, M.J.; McKague, B.; Mitch, W.A. Measurement of nitrosamine and nitramine formation from NOx reactions with amines during amine-based carbon dioxide capture for post-combustion carbon sequestration. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2012, 46, 9793-9801. (Full Text)
  77. Grebel, J.E.; Pignatello, J.J.; Mitch, W.A. Impact of halide ions on natural organic matter-sensitized photolysis of 17β-Estradiol in saline watersEnviron. Sci. Technol. 2012, 46, 7128-7134.(Full Text)
  78. Shah, A.D.; Krasner, S.W.; Chen, T., C.-F.; von Gunten, U.; Mitch, W.A. Tradeoffs in disinfection byproduct formation associated with precursor pre-oxidation for control of nitrosamine formation. Environ. Sci. Technol. 201246, 4809-4818.(Full Text)
  79. Shah, A.D.; Mitch, W.A. Halonitroalkanes, halonitriles, haloamides and N-nitrosamines: A critical review of nitrogenous disinfection byproduct (N-DBP) formation pathways. Environ. Sci. Technol., 201246, 119-131.(Full Text)
  80. Wagner, E.D.; Hsu, K.-M.; Lagunas, A.; Mitch, W.A.; Plewa, M.J. Comparative genotoxicity of nitrosamine drinking water disinfection byproducts in Salmonella and mammalian cells.Mutation Research 2012741, 109-115. (Full Text)
  81. Grebel, J.E.; Pignatello, J.J.; Mitch, W.A. Sorbic acid as a quantitative probe for the formation, scavenging and steady-state concentrations of the triplet-excited state of organic compounds. Wat. Res., 201145, 6535-6544.(Full Text)
  82. Plewa, M.J.; Wagner, E.D.; Mitch, W.A. Comparative mammalian cell cytotoxicity of water concentrates from disinfected recreational pools. Environ. Sci. Technol., 201145, 4159-4165. (Full Text)
  83. Shah, A.D.; Dotson, A.D.; Linden, K.G.; Mitch W.A. Impact of UV disinfection combined with chlorination/chloramination on the formation of halonitromethanes and haloacetonitriles in drinking water. Environ. Sci. Technol., 201145, 3657-3664. (Full Text)
  84. Schafer, A.I.; Mitch, W.A.; Walewijk, S.; Munoz, A.; Teuten, E.; Reinhard, M. Chapter 7 Micropollutants in water recycling: A case study of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) exposure from water versus food. Sustainability Science and Engineering 20102, 203-228. (Full Text)
  85. Smith, E.M.; Plewa, M.J.; Lindell, C.L.; Richardson, S.D.; Mitch, W.A. Comparison of byproduct formation in waters treated with chlorine and iodine: relevance to point-of-use treatmentEnviron. Sci. Technol., 2010, 44, 8446-8552 (Full Text)
  86. Mitch, A. A.; Gasner, K. C.; Mitch, W. A. Fecal coliform accumulation within a river subject to seasonally-disinfected wastewater discharges. Wat. Res., 201044 (16), 4776-4782. (Full Text)
  87. Grebel, J.E.; Pignatello, J.J.; Mitch, W.A. Effect of halide ions on organic contaminant degradation by hydroxyl radical-based advanced oxidation processes. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2010,44, 6822-6828. (Full Text)
  88. Xu, W.; Dana, K.E.; Mitch, W.A. Black-carbon mediated destruction of nitroglycerin and RDX by hydrogen sulfide: relevance to in-situ remediation. Environ. Sci. Technol., 201044, 6409-6415. (Full Text)
  89. Liviac, D.; Wagner, E.D.; Mitch, W.A.; Altonji, M.J.; Plewa, M.J. Genotoxicity of water concentrates from recreational pools after various disinfection methods. Environ. Sci. Technol.,201044, 3537-3332. (Full Text)
  90. Kulshrestha, P.; McKinstry, K.C.; Fernandez, B.O.; Feelisch, M.; Mitch, W.A. Application of an optimized total N-nitrosamine (TONO) assay to pools: placing N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) determinations into perspective. Environ. Sci. Technol., 201044, 3369-3375. (Full Text)
  91. Kemper, J.M.; Walse, S.S.; Mitch, W.A. Quaternary amines as NDMA precursors: a role for consumer products? Environ. Sci. Technol. 201044 (4), 1224-1231. (Full Text)
  92. Hayes-Larson, E.L.; Mitch, W.A. Influence of the method of reagent addition on dichloroacetonitrile formation during chloramination. Environ. Sci. Technol. 201044 (2), 700-706. (Full Text)
  93. Walse, S.S.; Plewa, M.J.; Mitch, W.A. Exploring amino acid side chain decomposition using enzymatic digestion and HPLC-MS: combined lysine transformations in chlorinated waters.Anal. Chem., 2009, 81 (18), 7650-7659. (Full Text)
  94. Grebel, J.E.; Pignatello, J.J.; Song, W.; Cooper, W.J.; Mitch, W.A. Impact of halides on the photobleaching of dissolved organic matter. Marine Chem., 2009, 115, 134-144. (Full Text)
  95. Padhye, L.; Tezel, U.; Mitch, W.A.; Pavlostathis, S.G.; Huang, C.-H. Occurrence and fate of nitrosamines and their precursors in municipal sludge and anaerobic digestion systems.Environ. Sci. Technol., 2009, 43 (9), 3087-3093. (Full Text)
  96. Kemper, J.M.; Westerhoff, P.; Dotson, A.D.; Mitch, W.A. Nitrosamine, dimethylnitramine and chloropicrin formation during strong base anion exchange treatment. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2009, 43 (2), 466-472. (Full Text)
  97. Mitch, W.A.; Schreiber, I.M. Degradation of tertiary alkylamines during chlorination/chloramination: implications for formation of aldehydes, nitriles, halonitroalkanes, and nitrosamines.Environ. Sci. Technol., 2008, 42 (13), 4811 - 4817(Full Text)
  98. Kemper, J.M.; Ammar, E.; Mitch, W.A. Abiotic degradation of RDX in the presence of hydrogen sulfide and black carbon. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2008, 42 (6), 2118-2123. (Full Text)
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