• 1275 Citations
  • 18 h-Index
19962019
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Chemical Compounds

Ligands
Water
Degradation
Photocatalysis
Photolysis
Nuclear magnetic resonance
Deprotonation
Ketoprofen
Nanoparticles
Iron
Tin
Phycocyanin
Ibuprofen
Atoms
Oxides
Phenol
Anchors
Viruses
Amides
Hydrogen
Glycine
Hydroxyl Radical
Acids
Electrodes
Photosynthesis
Cations
Chemical analysis
Photocurrents
Ozonization
Photoelectrochemical cells
Nanocomposites
Electrons
Metals
Succinic Acid
Insulin
Irradiation
Molecules
Photoemission
Glazes
Carboxylic Acids
Naproxen
Hydroxy Acids
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
Carbon Nanotubes
Toxicity
Proteins
Diclofenac
Electrochemical oxidation
Radioactivity
Chlorides

Engineering & Materials Science

Degradation
Photocatalysis
Photolysis
Ozonization
Ligands
Water
Hematite
Irradiation
Toxicity
Atoms
Nanoparticles
Oxidation
Decomposition
Iron
Herbicides
Photocurrents
Photosynthesis
Proteins
Molecules
Sewage treatment plants
Electrodes
Glazes
Hydrogen
Oxides
Ascorbic acid
Ultraviolet radiation
Glucose
Photodegradation
Radioactivity
Positrons
Spectroscopy
Mossbauer spectroscopy
Vacuum
Dissolved oxygen
Carbohydrates
Photocatalysts
Solar energy
Synchrotrons
Viruses
Acetic acid
Chemical analysis
Phosphates
Tin
Nuclear magnetic resonance
Phenols
Kinetics
Byproducts
Cellulose
Impurities
Nanocomposites

Earth & Environmental Sciences

photolysis
degradation
toxicity
irradiation
hydroxyl radical
kinetics
aqueous solution
thiamethoxam
fullerene
diuron
decomposition
effluent
sewage treatment
liquid chromatography
oxidation
mass spectrometry
acetic acid
shellfish
pesticide
mineralization
drug
matrix
wastewater
pollution
method
water
ion
pollutant
dissolved oxygen
bacterium
ciliate
bioindicator
river
medicine
humic acid
malathion
energy
electron
effect
aquatic ecosystem
phosphate
photodegradation
hydrogen
zooplankton
surface water
alga
mortality
product
rate
nanotechnology