Ray H. Crist

Affiliations: 
Chemistry Columbia University, New York, NY 
Area:
separation of uranium isotopes
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(1900 - 2005)
He was director of the Manhattan Project, Columbia University Group, 1945-1946

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John Livingston Rutgers Morgan grad student 1925 Columbia
 (The photochemical decomposition of potassium persulphate)
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Crist RH, Martin JR, Crist DR. (2004) Ion-exchange aspects of toxic metal uptake by Indian mustard. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 6: 85-94
Crist RH, Martin JR, Crist DR. (2004) Use of a novel formulation of kraft lignin for toxic metal removal from process waters Separation Science and Technology. 39: 1535-1545
Crist DLR, Crist RH, Martin JR. (2003) A new process for toxic metal uptake by a kraft lignin Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology. 78: 199-202
Crist RH, Martin JR, Crist DR. (2002) Heavy metal uptake by lignin: comparison of biotic ligand models with an ion-exchange process. Environmental Science & Technology. 36: 1485-90
Crist RH, Martin JR, Crist DR. (1999) Interaction of metal ions with acid sites of biosorbents peat moss and Vaucheria and model substances alginic and humic acids Environmental Science and Technology. 33: 2252-2256
Crist RH, Martin JR, Chonko J, et al. (1996) Uptake of metals on peat moss: An ion-exchange process Environmental Science and Technology. 30: 2456-2461
Crist RH, Martin JR, Carr D, et al. (1994) Interaction of Metals and Protons with Algae. 4. Ion Exchange vs Adsorption Models and a Reassessment of Scatchard Plots; Ion-Exchange Rates and Equilibria Compared with Calcium Alginate. Environmental Science & Technology. 28: 1859-66
Crist RH, Oberholser K, McGarrity J, et al. (1992) Interaction of metals and protons with algae. 3. Marine algae, with emphasis on lead and aluminum Environmental Science and Technology. 26: 496-502
Crist RH, Oberholser K, Wong B, et al. (1992) Amine-algae interactions: Cation exchange and possible hydrogen bonding Environmental Science and Technology. 26: 1523-1526
Crist RH, Robert Martin J, Guptill PW, et al. (1990) Interaction of metals and protons with algae. 2. Ion exchange in adsorption and metal displacement by protons Environmental Science and Technology. 24: 337-342
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