Ondrej Masek
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Heterogeneity of biochar properties as a function of feedstock sources and production temperatures
L Zhao, X Cao, O Mašek, A Zimmerman
Journal of hazardous materials 256, 1-9, 2013
The effect of pyrolysis conditions on biochar stability as determined by three methods
K Crombie, O Mašek, SP Sohi, P Brownsort, A Cross
Gcb Bioenergy 5 (2), 122-131, 2013
CO2 capture technologies for cement industry
A Bosoaga, O Masek, JE Oakey
Energy procedia 1 (1), 133-140, 2009
Influence of production conditions on the yield and environmental stability of biochar
O Mašek, P Brownsort, A Cross, S Sohi
Fuel 103, 151-155, 2013
A critical review of clay-based composites with enhanced adsorption performance for metal and organic pollutants
H Han, MK Rafiq, T Zhou, R Xu, O Mašek, X Li
Journal of hazardous materials 369, 780-796, 2019
Evaluating biochar and its modifications for the removal of ammonium, nitrate, and phosphate in water
M Zhang, G Song, DL Gelardi, L Huang, E Khan, O Mašek, SJ Parikh, ...
Water Research 186, 116303, 2020
Indispensable role of biochar-inherent mineral constituents in its environmental applications: A review
X Xu, Y Zhao, J Sima, L Zhao, O Mašek, X Cao
Bioresource Technology 241, 887-899, 2017
Microwave and slow pyrolysis biochar—Comparison of physical and functional properties
O Mašek, V Budarin, M Gronnow, K Crombie, P Brownsort, E Fitzpatrick, ...
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 100, 41-48, 2013
New trends in biochar pyrolysis and modification strategies: feedstock, pyrolysis conditions, sustainability concerns and implications for soil amendment
L Wang, YS Ok, DCW Tsang, DS Alessi, J Rinklebe, H Wang, O Mašek, ...
Soil Use and Management 36 (3), 358-386, 2020
Prospective contributions of biomass pyrolysis to China’s 2050 carbon reduction and renewable energy goals
Q Yang, H Zhou, P Bartocci, F Fantozzi, O Mašek, FA Agblevor, Z Wei, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 1698, 2021
A meta-analysis on biochar's effects on soil water properties–New insights and future research challenges
IG Edeh, O Mašek, W Buss
Science of the Total Environment 714, 136857, 2020
Mobile organic compounds in biochar–a potential source of contamination–phytotoxic effects on cress seed (Lepidium sativum) germination
W Buss, O Mašek
Journal of environmental management 137, 111-119, 2014
Review of biochar role as additive in anaerobic digestion processes
M Chiappero, O Norouzi, M Hu, F Demichelis, F Berruti, F Di Maria, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 131, 110037, 2020
An assessment of the benefits and issues associated with the application of biochar to soil
S Shackley, S Sohi, P Brownsort, S Carter, J Cook, C Cunningham, ...
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, UK Government, London, 2010
Inherent organic compounds in biochar - their content, composition and potential toxic effects
W Buss, O Mašek, M Graham, D WŁst
Journal of Environmental Management, 2015
Roles of phosphoric acid in biochar formation: synchronously improving carbon retention and sorption capacity
L Zhao, W Zheng, O Mašek, X Chen, B Gu, BK Sharma, X Cao
Journal of environmental quality 46 (2), 393-401, 2017
Dual Functionality of TiO2/Biochar Hybrid Materials: Photocatalytic Phenol Degradation in the Liquid Phase and Selective Oxidation of Methanol in the Gas Phase
P Lisowski, JC Colmenares, O Masek, W Lisowski, D Lisovytskiy, ...
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 5 (7), 6274-6287, 2017
Pyrolysis biochar systems, balance between bioenergy and carbon sequestration
K Crombie, O Mašek
Gcb Bioenergy 7 (2), 349-361, 2015
Suitability of marginal biomass-derived biochars for soil amendment
W Buss, MC Graham, JG Shepherd, O Mašek
Science of the Total Environment 547, 314-322, 2016
Investigating the potential for a self-sustaining slow pyrolysis system under varying operating conditions
K Crombie, O Mašek
Bioresource technology 162, 148-156, 2014
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