Tanju Karanfil

Clemson University, Clemson, SC, United States 
Environmental Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Geochemistry
"Tanju Karanfil"
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Mehmet Kitis grad student 2001 Clemson University
Jin Hur grad student 2002 Clemson University
Ying Hong grad student 2006 Clemson University
Amer A. Kanan grad student 2010 Clemson University
Onur G. Apul grad student 2014 Clemson University
Meric Selbes grad student 2014 Clemson University
Mohamed Ateia post-doc 2017- Clemson University
HUAN CHEN research scientist (Neurotree)
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Linard EN, Lee CM, Karanfil T, et al. (2020) Competitive Adsorption of PAHs to Carbon Nanotubes and the impact on Bioavailability to Fathead Minnow (Pimephales promelas). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Partlan E, Ren Y, Apul OG, et al. (2020) Adsorption kinetics of synthetic organic contaminants onto superfine powdered activated carbon. Chemosphere. 253: 126628
Uzun H, Dahlgren RA, Olivares C, et al. (2020) Two years of post-wildfire impacts on dissolved organic matter, nitrogen, and precursors of disinfection by-products in California stream waters. Water Research. 181: 115891
Ateia M, Kanan A, Karanfil T. (2020) Microplastics release precursors of chlorinated and brominated disinfection byproducts in water. Chemosphere. 251: 126452
Ateia M, Zheng T, Calace S, et al. (2020) Sorption behavior of real microplastics (MPs): Insights for organic micropollutants adsorption on a large set of well-characterized MPs. The Science of the Total Environment. 720: 137634
Apul OG, Rowles LS, Khalid A, et al. (2020) Transformation potential of cannabinoids during their passage through engineered water treatment systems: A perspective. Environment International. 137: 105586
Ike IA, Karanfil T, Ray SK, et al. (2019) A comprehensive review of mathematical models developed for the estimation of organic disinfection byproducts. Chemosphere. 246: 125797
Majidzadeh H, Uzun H, Chen H, et al. (2019) Hurricane resulted in releasing more nitrogenous than carbonaceous disinfection byproduct precursors in coastal watersheds. The Science of the Total Environment. 135785
Beita-Sandí W, Erdem CU, Karanfil T. (2019) Effect of bromide on NDMA formation during chloramination of model precursor compounds and natural waters. Water Research. 170: 115323
Ersan MS, Liu C, Amy G, et al. (2019) Chloramination of iodide-containing waters: Formation of iodinated disinfection byproducts and toxicity correlation with total organic halides of treated waters. The Science of the Total Environment. 697: 134142
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