Gayan R. Rubasinghege, Ph.D.

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2011 Chemistry University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
Area:
Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Geochemistry
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Vicki Helene Grassian grad student 2011 University of Iowa
 (Chemical and photochemical reactions on mineral oxide surfaces in gaseous and liquid phases: Environmental implications of fate, transport and climatic impacts of mineral dust aerosol.)
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Hettiarachchi E, Reynolds RL, Goldstein HL, et al. (2019) Bioavailable iron production in airborne mineral dust: Controls by chemical composition and solar flux Atmospheric Environment. 205: 90-102
Thapa S, Hettiarachchi E, Dickie DA, et al. (2018) A charge-separated diamondoid metal-organic framework. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 54: 12654-12657
Maldonado-Torres S, Gurung R, Rijal H, et al. (2018) Fate, Transformation, and Toxicological Impacts of Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products in Surface Waters. Environmental Health Insights. 12: 1178630218795836
Hettiarachchi E, Hurab O, Rubasinghege G. (2018) Atmospheric Processing and Iron Mobilization of Ilmenite: Iron-Containing Ternary Oxide in Mineral Dust Aerosol Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 122: 1291-1302
Hettiarachchi E, Reynolds RL, Goldstein HL, et al. (2018) Iron dissolution and speciation in atmospheric mineral dust: Metal-metal synergistic and antagonistic effects Atmospheric Environment. 187: 417-423
Rubasinghege G, Gurung R, Rijal H, et al. (2017) Abiotic degradation and environmental toxicity of ibuprofen: Roles of mineral particles and solar radiation. Water Research. 131: 22-32
Borcherding J, Baltrusaitis J, Chen H, et al. (2014) Iron oxide nanoparticles induce Pseudomonas aeruginosa growth, induce biofilm formation, and inhibit antimicrobial peptide function. Environmental Science. Nano. 1: 123-132
Nanayakkara CE, Jayaweera PM, Rubasinghege G, et al. (2014) Surface photochemistry of adsorbed nitrate: the role of adsorbed water in the formation of reduced nitrogen species on α-Fe2O3 particle surfaces. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 118: 158-66
Rubasinghege G, Ogden S, Baltrusaitis J, et al. (2013) Heterogeneous uptake and adsorption of gas-phase formic acid on oxide and clay particle surfaces: the roles of surface hydroxyl groups and adsorbed water in formic acid adsorption and the impact of formic acid adsorption on water uptake. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 117: 11316-27
Rubasinghege G, Grassian VH. (2013) Role(s) of adsorbed water in the surface chemistry of environmental interfaces. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 49: 3071-94
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