William A. Mitch, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2003 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
Environmental Engineering, Sanitary and Municipal Engineering, Chemical Engineering
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David L. Sedlak grad student 2003 UC Berkeley
 (Prevention of the formation of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) during wastewater chlorination.)

Children

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I. Marie Schreiber grad student 2007 Yale
Jerome M. Kemper grad student 2009 Yale
Janel Grebel grad student 2011 Yale
Ning Dai grad student 2009-2014 Yale
Wenqing Xu grad student 2009-2014 Yale
Daniel L. McCurry grad student 2013-2016 Stanford
Kimberly Parker grad student 2013-2016 Stanford
Kirin Emlet Furst grad student 2015-2020 Stanford (Chemistry Tree)
Zimeng Wang post-doc 2014-2016 Stanford (Chemistry Tree)
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Wang Z, Zhang Z, Mitch WA. (2019) Role of absorber and desorber units and operational conditions for N-nitrosamine formation during amine-based carbon capture. Water Research. 170: 115299
Coyte RM, Singh A, Furst KE, et al. (2019) Co-occurrence of geogenic and anthropogenic contaminants in groundwater from Rajasthan, India. The Science of the Total Environment. 688: 1216-1227
Zhang Z, Ma B, Hozalski RM, et al. (2019) Bench-scale column evaluation of factors associated with changes in N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) precursor concentrations during drinking water biofiltration. Water Research. 167: 115103
Furst KE, Coyte RM, Wood M, et al. (2019) Disinfection Byproducts in Rajasthan, India: Are Trihalomethanes a Sufficient Indicator of Disinfection Byproduct Exposure in Low-Income Countries? Environmental Science & Technology
Zhang Z, Chuang YH, Szczuka A, et al. (2019) 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 Research. 164: 114939
Komaki Y, Simpson AM, Choe JK, et al. (2019) Serum electrolytes can promote hydroxyl radical-initiated biomolecular damage from inflammation. Free Radical Biology & Medicine
Zhang Z, Chuang YH, Huang N, et al. (2019) Predicting the Contribution of Chloramines to Contaminant Decay during UV/Hydrogen Peroxide Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) Treatment for Potable Reuse. Environmental Science & Technology
Marron EL, Mitch WA, Gunten UV, et al. (2019) A Tale of Two Treatments: The Multiple Barrier Approach to Removing Chemical Contaminants During Potable Water Reuse. Accounts of Chemical Research
Chuang YH, Szczuka A, Mitch WA. (2019) 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. Environmental Science & Technology
Szczuka A, Berglund-Brown JP, Chen HK, et al. (2019) Evaluation of a Pilot Anaerobic Secondary Effluent for Potable Reuse: Impact of Different Disinfection Schemes on Organic Fouling of RO Membranes and DBP Formation. Environmental Science & Technology
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