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Tanju Karanfil
Tanju Karanfil
Professor & Senior Vice President for Research, Clemson University
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Adsorption of organic contaminants by graphene nanosheets: A review
G Ersan, OG Apul, F Perreault, T Karanfil
Water research 126, 385-398, 2017
4112017
The overlooked short-and ultrashort-chain poly-and perfluorinated substances: A review
M Ateia, A Maroli, N Tharayil, T Karanfil
Chemosphere 220, 866-882, 2019
3622019
Role of granular activated carbon surface chemistry on the adsorption of organic compounds. 1. Priority pollutants
T Karanfil, JE Kilduff
Environmental science & technology 33 (18), 3217-3224, 1999
3581999
Adsorption of aromatic organic contaminants by graphene nanosheets: Comparison with carbon nanotubes and activated carbon
OG Apul, Q Wang, Y Zhou, T Karanfil
Water research 47 (4), 1648-1654, 2013
3522013
Adsorption of synthetic organic contaminants by carbon nanotubes: a critical review
OG Apul, T Karanfil
Water research 68, 34-55, 2015
3352015
Probing reactivity of dissolved organic matter for disinfection by-product formation using XAD-8 resin adsorption and ultrafiltration fractionation
M Kitis, T Karanfil, A Wigton, JE Kilduff
Water research 36 (15), 3834-3848, 2002
3312002
Tailoring activated carbons for enhanced removal of natural organic matter from natural waters
SA Dastgheib, T Karanfil, W Cheng
Carbon 42 (3), 547-557, 2004
3302004
Adsorption of aromatic compounds by carbonaceous adsorbents: a comparative study on granular activated carbon, activated carbon fiber, and carbon nanotubes
S Zhang, T Shao, HS Kose, T Karanfil
Environmental science & technology 44 (16), 6377-6383, 2010
2822010
Adsorption of natural organic polyelectrolytes by activated carbon: a size-exclusion chromatography study
JE Kilduff, T Karanfil, YP Chin, WJ Weber
Environmental science & technology 30 (4), 1336-1343, 1996
2721996
Disinfection byproducts in swimming pool: occurrences, implications and future needs
S Chowdhury, K Alhooshani, T Karanfil
Water research 53, 68-109, 2014
2712014
Adsorption of perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in groundwater by granular activated carbons: Roles of hydrophobicity of PFAS and carbon characteristics
M Park, S Wu, IJ Lopez, JY Chang, T Karanfil, SA Snyder
Water research 170, 115364, 2020
2562020
Adsorption of synthetic organic chemicals by carbon nanotubes: effects of background solution chemistry
S Zhang, T Shao, SSK Bekaroglu, T Karanfil
Water Research 44 (6), 2067-2074, 2010
2452010
Adsorption of dissolved natural organic matter by modified activated carbons
W Cheng, SA Dastgheib, T Karanfil
Water research 39 (11), 2281-2290, 2005
2442005
Formation of disinfection by-products in indoor swimming pool water: The contribution from filling water natural organic matter and swimmer body fluids
A Kanan, T Karanfil
Water research 45 (2), 926-932, 2011
2182011
Performance of a hybrid reverse osmosis-constructed wetland treatment system for brackish oil field produced water
C Murray-Gulde, JE Heatley, T Karanfil, JH Rodgers Jr, JE Myers
Water Research 37 (3), 705-713, 2003
2182003
Halonitromethane formation potentials in drinking waters
J Hu, H Song, JW Addison, T Karanfil
Water research 44 (1), 105-114, 2010
2142010
Removal and sequestration of iodide using silver-impregnated activated carbon
JS Hoskins, T Karanfil, SM Serkiz
Environmental science & technology 36 (4), 784-789, 2002
2092002
Disinfection by-product formation during seawater desalination: a review
D Kim, GL Amy, T Karanfil
Water research 81, 343-355, 2015
1982015
Role of granular activated carbon surface chemistry on the adsorption of organic compounds. 2. Natural organic matter
T Karanfil, M Kitis, JE Kilduff, A Wigton
Environmental science & technology 33 (18), 3225-3233, 1999
1931999
The impacts of aggregation and surface chemistry of carbon nanotubes on the adsorption of synthetic organic compounds
S Zhang, T Shao, SSK Bekaroglu, T Karanfil
Environmental science & technology 43 (15), 5719-5725, 2009
1922009
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