Gilbert Gordon - Publications

Affiliations: 
Chemistry & Biochemistry Miami University (Ohio), Oxford, OH 
Area:
drinking water research, dynamics of chemical reactions, reactions of chlorine dioxide, chlorine and ozone and all aspects of analytical chemistry
Website:
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2012 Myers JN, Steinecker WH, Sandlin ZD, Cox JA, Gordon G, Pacey GE. Development of an automated on-line electrochemical chlorite ion sensor. Talanta. 94: 227-31. PMID 22608440 DOI: 10.1016/j.talanta.2012.03.026  1
2011 Cotruvo J, Bull R, Cummings B, Fisher J, Guo Z, Ong CN, Quinones O, Snyder S, Delker D, Reckhow D, Keith J, Gordon G, Pacey G. Low dose risks from bromate: Pre-systemic metabolism and detoxification of bromate after ingestion American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2011, Ace 2011. 5427-5439.  1
2011 Stanford B, Pisarenko A, Gordon G. Issues impacting the storage of bulk hypochlorite - A new graphical user interface to assess impacts for utilities American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2011, Ace 2011. 5621-5638.  1
2011 Stanford BD, Pisarenko AN, Snyder SA, Gordon G. Perchlorate, bromate, and chlorate in hypochlorite solutions: Guidelines for utilities Journal - American Water Works Association. 103: 71-83.  1
2010 Pisarenko AN, Stanford BD, Quiñones O, Pacey GE, Gordon G, Snyder SA. Rapid analysis of perchlorate, chlorate and bromate ions in concentrated sodium hypochlorite solutions. Analytica Chimica Acta. 659: 216-23. PMID 20103127 DOI: 10.1016/j.aca.2009.11.061  1
2010 Cotruvo JA, Keith JD, Bull RJ, Pacey GE, Gordon G. Bromate reduction in simulated gastric juice Journal / American Water Works Association. 102: 77-86.  1
2009 Weisel CP, Richardson SD, Nemery B, Aggazzotti G, Baraldi E, Blatchley ER, Blount BC, Carlsen KH, Eggleston PA, Frimmel FH, Goodman M, Gordon G, Grinshpun SA, Heederik D, Kogevinas M, et al. Childhood asthma and environmental exposures at swimming pools: state of the science and research recommendations. Environmental Health Perspectives. 117: 500-7. PMID 19440486 DOI: 10.1289/ehp.11513  1
2009 Stanford B, Pisarenko A, Snyder S, Gordon G. The formation of perchlorate, bromate, and other contaminants in hypochlorite solutions: Implications for water utilities Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2009. 3437-3455.  1
2008 Cotruvo J, Bull R, Cummings B, Fisher J, Snyder S, Quinones O, Ong CN, Keith J, Gordon G, Pacey G. Presystemic metabolism and detoxification of bromate after ingestion Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2008. 3192-3210.  1
2007 Pepich BV, Dattilio TA, Fair PS, Munch DJ, Gordon G, Körtvélyesi Z. An improved colorimetric method for chlorine dioxide and chlorite ion in drinking water using lissamine green B and horseradish peroxidase. Analytica Chimica Acta. 596: 37-45. PMID 17616237 DOI: 10.1016/j.aca.2007.06.006  1
2006 Keith JD, Pacey GE, Cotruvo JA, Gordon G. Experimental results from the reaction of bromate ion with synthetic and real gastric juices. Toxicology. 221: 225-8. PMID 16530909 DOI: 10.1016/j.tox.2006.02.003  1
2006 Keith J, Pacey G, Cotruvo J, Gordon G. Preliminary data on the fate of bromate ion in simulated gastric juices Ozone: Science and Engineering. 28: 165-170. DOI: 10.1080/01919510600677542  1
2005 Gordon G, Rosenblatt AA. Chlorine dioxide: The current state of the art Ozone: Science and Engineering. 27: 203-207. DOI: 10.1080/01919510590945741  1
2004 Körtvélyesi Z, Gordon G. Chlorite ion interference in the spectrophotometric measurement of chlorine dioxide Journal / American Water Works Association. 96: 81-87+12.  1
2002 Gordon G, Bolden R, Emmert G. Measuring oxidant species in electrolyzed salt brine solutions Journal / American Water Works Association. 94: 111-120.  1
2002 Gordon G, Bubnis B. Residual ozone measurement: Indigo sensitivity coefficient adjustment Ozone: Science and Engineering. 24: 17-28.  1
2002 Gordon G, Gauw RD, Emmert GL, Walters BD, Bubnis B. Chemical reduction methods for bromate ion removal Journal / American Water Works Association. 94: 91-98.  1
2001 Csordás V, Bubnis B, Fábián I, Gordon G. Kinetics and mechanism of catalytic decomposition and oxidation of chlorine dioxide by the hypochlorite ion Inorganic Chemistry. 40: 1833-1836. PMID 11312739 DOI: 10.1021/ic001106y  1
2001 Gordon G, Bubnis B. Environmentally friendly methods of water disinfection: The chemistry of alternative disinfectants Progress in Nuclear Energy. 37: 37-40.  1
2001 Finch GR, Haas CN, Oppenheimer JA, Gordon G, Trussell RR. Design criteria for inactivation of Cryptosporidium by ozone in drinking water Ozone: Science and Engineering. 23: 259-284.  1
2001 Gordon G. Is all chlorine dioxide created equal? Journal / American Water Works Association. 93: 163-174.  1
2000 Emmert GL, Coutant DE, Sweetin DL, Gordon G, Bubnis B. Studies of selectivity in the amaranth method for chlorine dioxide Talanta. 51: 879-888. DOI: 10.1016/S0039-9140(00)00285-X  1
2000 Gordon G, Gauw RD, Miyahara Y, Walters B, Bubnis B. Using indigo absorbance to calculate the indigo sensitivity coefficient Journal / American Water Works Association. 92: 96-100.  1
2000 Fábián I, Szucs D, Gordon G. Unexpected phenomena in the mercury(II)-chlorite ion system: Formation and kinetic role of the HgClO2 + complex Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 104: 8045-8049.  1
2000 Nemes A, Fábián I, Gordon G. Experimental aspects of mechanistic studies on aqueous ozone decomposition in alkaline solution Ozone: Science and Engineering. 22: 287-304.  1
1999 Adam LC, Gordon G. Hypochlorite Ion Decomposition: Effects of Temperature, Ionic Strength, and Chloride Ion. Inorganic Chemistry. 38: 1299-1304. PMID 11670917  1
1999 Gauw RD, Emmert GL, Bubnis B, Gordon G. High resolution spectrophotometry for identification of chlorine dioxide in concentrated chlorine solutions Talanta. 50: 1073-1078. DOI: 10.1016/S0039-9140(99)00208-8  1
1999 Gordon G, Bubnis B. Ozone and chlorine dioxide: Similar chemistry and measurement issues Ozone: Science and Engineering. 21: 447-464.  1
1998 Gordon G, Gauw R, Emmert G, Bubnis B. The kinetics and mechanism of C1O3 - formation following the electrolysis of salt brine: What role do C1O2 and/or O3 play? Ach - Models in Chemistry. 135: 799-809.  1
1998 Gordon G, Emmert G, Gauw R, Bubnis B. Can ozone and ozone oxidative by-products be formed during the electrolysis of salt brine? Ozone: Science and Engineering. 20: 239-249.  1
1997 Walters BD, Gordon G, Bubnis B. An ion chromatographic method for measuring <5 μg/L bromate ion in drinking water Analytical Chemistry. 69: 4275-4277. PMID 9337596 DOI: 10.1021/ac9703008  1
1997 Fábián I, Gordon G. The Kinetics and Mechanism of the Chlorine Dioxide - Iodide Ion Reaction Inorganic Chemistry. 36: 2494-2497.  1
1997 Gordon G, Adam LC, Bubnis BP, Kuo C, Cushing RS, Sakaji RH. Predicting liquid bleach decomposition Journal / American Water Works Association. 89: 142-149.  1
1996 Sweetin DL, Sullivan E, Gordon G. The use of chlorophenol red for the selective determination of chlorine dioxide in drinking water Talanta. 43: 103-108.  1
1996 Rakness K, Gordon G, Langlais B, Masschelein W, Matsumoto N, Richard Y, Robson CM, Somiya I. Guideline for measurement of ozone concentration in the process gas from an ozone generator Ozone: Science and Engineering. 18: 209-229.  1
1995 Gordon G, Bubnis B. The Measurement of Very Low Level Bromate Ion Ozone: Science & Engineering. 17: 551-559. DOI: 10.1080/01919512.1995.10555766  1
1995 Gordon G. The chemistry and reactions of ozone in our environment Progress in Nuclear Energy. 29: 89-96. DOI: 10.1016/0149-1970(95)00031-E  1
1995 Adam LC, Gordon G. Direct and sequential potentiometric determination of hypochlorite, chlorite, and chlorate ions when hypochlorite ion is present in large excess Analytical Chemistry. 67: 535-540.  1
1995 Crawford LF, Gordon G. Tall stack apparatus for the kinetic study of volatile species Analytical Chemistry. 67: 1107-1108.  1
1995 Gordon G. The chemical aspects of bromate ion control in ozonated drinking water containing bromide ion Water Supply. 13: 35-43.  1
1994 Gordon G, Bubnis B, Kuo CY, Sweetin D. A Flow Injection, Non-Ion Chromatographic Method for Measuring Low Level Bromate Ion in Ozone Treated Waters Ozone: Science & Engineering. 16: 79-87. DOI: 10.1080/01919519408552382  1
1993 Gordon G, Adam LC, Bubnis BP, Hoyt B, Gillette SJ, Wilczak A. Controlling the formation of chlorate ion in liquid hypochlorite feedstocks Journal / American Water Works Association. 85: 89-97.  1
1992 Fábián I, Gordon G. Iron(III)-catalyzed decomposition of the chlorite ion: An inorganic application of the quenched stopped-flow method Inorganic Chemistry. 31: 2144-2150.  1
1992 Adam LC, Fábián I, Suzuki K, Gordon G. Hypochlorous acid decomposition in the pH 5-8 region Inorganic Chemistry. 31: 3534-3541.  1
1992 Griese MH, Kaczur JJ, Gordon G. Combining methods for the reduction of oxychlorine residuals in drinking water Journal / American Water Works Association. 84: 69-77.  1
1991 Gordon G, Sweetin DL, Smith K, Pacey GE. Improvements in the N,N-diethyl-p-phenylenediamine method for the determination of free and combined residual chlorine through the use of FIA. Talanta. 38: 145-9. PMID 18965120 DOI: 10.1016/0039-9140(91)80122-G  1
1991 Fábián I, Gordon G. Complex formation reactions of the chlorite ion Inorganic Chemistry. 30: 3785-3787.  1
1991 Fábián I, Gordon G. Kinetics and mechanism of the complex formation of the chlorite ion and iron (III) in aqueous solution Inorganic Chemistry. 30: 3994-3999.  1
1991 Gordon G, Tachiyashiki S. Kinetics and mechanism of formation of chlorate ion from the hypochlorous acid/chlorite ion reaction at pH 6-10 Environmental Science and Technology. 25: 468-474.  1
1991 Griese MH, Hauser K, Berkemeier M, Gordon G. Using reducing agents to eliminate chlorine dioxide and chlorite ion residuals in drinking water Journal / American Water Works Association. 83: 56-61.  1
1990 Hoehn RC, Dietrich AM, Farmer WS, Orr MP, Lee RG, Aieta EM, Wood DW, Gordon G. Household odors associated with the use of chlorine dioxide Journal / American Water Works Association. 82: 166-172.  1
1990 Gordon G, Slootmaekers B, Tachiyashiki S, Wood DW. Minimizing chlorite ion and chlorate ion in water treated with chlorine dioxide Journal / American Water Works Association. 82: 160-165.  1
1989 Gordon G. The role of transition metal ions on oxyhalogen redox reactions Pure and Applied Chemistry. 61: 873-878. DOI: 10.1351/pac198961050873  1
1989 Nakareseisoon S, Gordon G. The Very Slow Decomposition of Aqueous Ozone in Highly Basic Solutions Ozone: Science & Engineering. 11: 49-57. DOI: 10.1080/01919518908552511  1
1989 Gordon G, Yoshino K, Themelis DG, Wood D, Pacey GE. Utilisation of kinetic-based flow injection methods for the determination of chlorine and oxychlorine species Analytica Chimica Acta. 224: 383-391. DOI: 10.1016/S0003-2670(00)86574-5  1
1989 Themelis DG, Wood DW, Gordon G. Determination of low concentrations of chlorite and chlorate ions by using a flow-injection system Analytica Chimica Acta. 225: 437-441. DOI: 10.1016/S0003-2670(00)84634-6  1
1988 Gordon G, Pacey GE, Cooper WJ, Rice RG. CHEMICAL REACTIONS OF OZONE AND THEIR ROLE IN DEVELOPING IMPROVED ANALYTICAL METHODS. Ozone: Science and Engineering. 10: 89-102. DOI: 10.1080/01919518808552508  1
1988 Gordon G, Cooper WJ, Rice RG, Pacey GE. Current State-Of-The-Art Measurements of Ozone In The Gas Phase And In Solution Ozone: Science & Engineering. 10: 353-365. DOI: 10.1080/01919518808552390  1
1988 Nakareseisoon S, Tachiyashiki S, Benga J, Pacey GE, Gordon G. Determination of chlorite at very low levels by using differential pulse polarography Analytica Chimica Acta. 204: 169-177. DOI: 10.1016/S0003-2670(00)86356-4  1
1988 Canham JS, Gordon G, Pacey GE. Optimization of parameters for gas-diffusion flow-injection systems Analytica Chimica Acta. 209: 157-163. DOI: 10.1016/S0003-2670(00)84558-4  1
1988 Gord JR, Gordon G, Pacey GE. Selective chlorine determination by gas-diffusion flow injection analysis with chemiluminescent detection Analytical® Chemistry. 60: 2-4.  1
1988 Gordon G, Cooper WJ, Rice RG, Pacey GE. Methods of measuring disinfectant residuals Journal / American Water Works Association. 80: 94-108.  1
1986 Spacey GE, Hollowell DA, Miller KG, Straka MR, Gordon G. Selectivity enhancement by flow injection analysis Analytica Chimica Acta. 179: 259-267. DOI: 10.1016/S0003-2670(00)84470-0  1
1986 Hollowell DA, Gord JR, Gordon G, Pacey GE. Selective chlorine dioxide determination using gas-diffusion flow injection analysis with chemiluminescent detection Analytical Chemistry. 58: 1524-1527.  1
1986 Gordon G, Pacey GE. ANALYTICAL MEASUREMENTS OF OZONE IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION Proceedings - Awwa Water Quality Technology Conference. 181-190.  1
1985 Tomiyasu H, Fukutomi H, Gordon G. Kinetics and mechanism of ozone decomposition in basic aqueous solution Inorganic Chemistry. 24: 2962-2966.  1
1985 Miller KG, Pacey GE, Gordon G. Automated iodometric method for determination of trace chlorate ion using flow injection analysis Analytical Chemistry®. 57: 734-737.  1
1984 Tomiyasu H, Gordon G. Colorimetric determination of ozone in water based on reaction with bis(terpyridine)iron(II) Analytical Chemistry®. 56: 752-754.  1
1984 Straka MR, Pacey GE, Gordon G. Residual ozone determination by flow injection analysis [1] Analystical Chemistry ®. 56: 1973-1975.  1
1984 Tang TF, Gordon G. Stoichiometry of the reaction between chlorite ion and hypochlorous acid at pH 5 Environmental Science and Technology. 18: 212-216.  1
1984 Gordon G, Ikeda Y. LOWER DETECTION LIMITS FOUND FOR CHLORINE DIOXIDE CONTAMINANTS Journal / American Water Works Association. 76: 98-101.  1
1984 Imamura T, Ryan M, Gordon G, Coucouvanis D. Cu(Dto)//2 Journal of the American Chemical Society. 106: 984-990.  1
1984 Ikeda Y, Tang TF, Gordon G. Iodometric method for determination of trace chlorate ion Analytical Chemistry. 56: 71-73.  1
1983 Grunwell J, Benga J, Cohen H, Gordon G. A detailed comparison of analytical methods for residual ozone measurement Ozone: Science & Engineering. 5: 203-223. DOI: 10.1080/01919518308550989  1
1982 Yokoyama O, Tomiyasu H, Gordon G. 19F and 13C NMR study of the kinetics of ligand-exchange reactions in oxovanadium(IV) complexes Inorganic Chemistry. 21: 1136-1141.  1
1981 Doughty DT, Stewart RP, Gordon G. Conversion of coordinated carbon monoxide into carbon dioxide via oxygen-atom transfer from coordinated nitrite: Thermolysis of Ru(NO2)2(CO)2(PPh3)2 Journal of the American Chemical Society. 103: 3388-3395.  1
1980 Silverman RA, Gordon G. Variation of the absorbance spectra of hypochlorous acid with perchlorate concentration. A hypochromic effect The Journal of Physical Chemistry. 84: 625-629.  1
1979 Doughty DT, Gordon G, Stewart RP. Oxygen atom transfer processes. Reaction of trans-dinitrobis(triethylphosphine)nickel(II), Ni(NO2)2(PEt3)2, with carbon monoxide Journal of the American Chemical Society. 101: 2645-2648.  1
1978 Suzuki K, Gordon G. Stoichiometry and kinetics of the reaction between chlorine dioxide and sulfur(IV) in basic solutions Inorganic Chemistry. 17: 3115-3118.  1
1978 Suzuki K, Gordon G. Direct determination of chlorite ion in the presence of excess hypochlorite ion Analytical Chemistry. 50: 1596-1597.  1
1977 Gordon G, Wood PR, Cosgrove RF, Lightbown JW, Newland P, Sutherland IA, Dymond JWA, MacLeod IW, Taylor BJ. Original papers in Pharmaceutical analysis Proceedings of the Analytical Division of the Chemical Society. 14: 30-40. DOI: 10.1039/AD9771400030  1
1976 Gordon G, Wood PR. Determination of triamcinolone acetonide in cream and suspension formulations by high-performance liquid chromatography The Analyst. 101: 876-882. PMID 999022  1
1976 Cornelius RD, Gordon G. Kinetics and mechanism of the oxidation of vanadium(III) by chlorine in aqueous solution Inorganic Chemistry. 15: 997-1002.  1
1976 Miller ML, Gordon G. Refractive index anomalies in stopped-flow measurements [1] Analytical Chemistry. 48: 778-779.  1
1976 Tomiyasu H, Gordon G. Ring closure in the reaction of metal chelates. Formation of the bidentate oxovanadium(IV)-glycine complex Inorganic Chemistry. 15: 870-874.  1
1976 Cornelius RD, Gordon G. Kinetics and mechanism of the oxidation of vanadium(III) by chlorate ion, chlorine dioxide, chlorous acid, and hypochlorous acid Inorganic Chemistry. 15: 1002-1006.  1
1976 Silverman RA, Gordon G. Kinetics and mechanism of the oxidation of uranium(IV) by hypochlorous acid in aqueous acidic perchlorate media Inorganic Chemistry. 15: 35-39.  1
1974 Bridges kL, lshikawa Y, seyse RJ, Gordon G. Preparation Of Oxygen-18 From Enriched Water For Use In Isotopic Analysis By Mass Spectrometry Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic and Metal-Organic Chemistry. 4: 205-212. DOI: 10.1080/00945717408069656  1
1974 Silverman RA, Gordon G. Use of the syringe as a "shrinking bottle" Analytical Chemistry. 46: 178.  1
1973 Tomiyasu H, Gordon G. Stability constants for the oxovanadium(IV)–glycine system in aqueous solution Journal of Coordination Chemistry. 3: 47-56. DOI: 10.1080/00958977308073786  1
1973 Grimley E, Gordon G. The kinetics and mechanism of the reaction between chlorine dioxide and phenol in acidic aqueous solution Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry. 35: 2383-2392. DOI: 10.1016/0022-1902(73)80304-5  1
1973 Silverman RA, Gordon G. An inexpensive all-glass syringe-pipet Journal of Chemical Education. 50: 654-655.  1
1973 Grimley E, Gordon G. Kinetics and mechanism of the reaction between chlorine and phenol in acidic aqueous solution The Journal of Physical Chemistry. 77: 973-978.  1
1972 Melvin WS, Gordon G. The mechanism of inhibition of the vanadium(IV)-chlorate reaction by chloride ion Inorganic Chemistry. 11: 1912-1917.  1
1972 Melvin WS, Rablen DP, Gordon G. The kinetics of substitution reactions of poly(ethylenamine)nickel(II) complexes Inorganic Chemistry. 11: 488-493.  1
1972 Ondrus MG, Gordon G. The oxidation of hexaaquoiron(II) by chlorine(III) in aqueous solution Inorganic Chemistry. 11: 985-989.  1
1972 Dreyer K, Gordon G. A study of the kinetics of the oxidation of oxotetraaquovanadium(IV) with hypochlorous acid and chlorine in aqueous solution Inorganic Chemistry. 11: 1174-1177.  1
1972 Tomiyasu H, Dreyer K, Gordon G. Rates of formation and exchange for oxovanadium(IV)-glycine complexes Inorganic Chemistry. 11: 2409-2414.  1
1972 Bridges KL, Mukherjee SK, Gordon G. Kinetics and mechanism of the reaction between vanadium(II) and chromium(VI) Inorganic Chemistry. 11: 2494-2499.  1
1972 Buchacek R, Gordon G. The kinetics and mechanism of the oxidation-reduction reaction between uranium(IV) and chlorine(III) in the presence of phenol in aqueous acid solution Inorganic Chemistry. 11: 2154-2160.  1
1966 Shakhashiri BZ, Gordon G. Determination of oxygen-18 in inorganic compounds. Talanta. 13: 142-4. PMID 18959856  1
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