Stephan J. Hug
Stephan J. Hug
Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology
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Iron-catalyzed oxidation of arsenic (III) by oxygen and by hydrogen peroxide: pH-dependent formation of oxidants in the Fenton reaction
SJ Hug, O Leupin
Environmental science & technology 37 (12), 2734-2742, 2003
Arsenic removal with iron (II) and iron (III) in waters with high silicate and phosphate concentrations
LC Roberts, SJ Hug, T Ruettimann, MM Billah, AW Khan, MT Rahman
Environmental Science & Technology 38 (1), 307-315, 2004
Kinetics and pH dependence of chromium (VI) reduction by iron (II)
IJ Buerge, SJ Hug
Environmental science & technology 31 (5), 1426-1432, 1997
Oxidation and removal of arsenic (III) from aerated groundwater by filtration through sand and zero-valent iron
OX Leupin, SJ Hug
Water Research 39 (9), 1729-1740, 2005
In SituFourier transform infrared measurements of sulfate adsorption on hematite in aqueous solutions
SJ Hug
Journal of colloid and interface science 188 (2), 415-422, 1997
Solar oxidation and removal of arsenic at circumneutral pH in iron containing waters
SJ Hug, L Canonica, M Wegelin, D Gechter, U Von Gunten
Environmental science & technology 35 (10), 2114-2121, 2001
Statistical modeling of global geogenic arsenic contamination in groundwater
M Amini, KC Abbaspour, M Berg, L Winkel, SJ Hug, E Hoehn, H Yang, ...
Environmental science & technology 42 (10), 3669-3675, 2008
Influence of mineral surfaces on chromium (VI) reduction by iron (II)
IJ Buerge, SJ Hug
Environmental Science & Technology 33 (23), 4285-4291, 1999
In situ Fourier transform infrared spectroscopic evidence for the formation of several different surface complexes of oxalate on TiO2 in the aqueous phase
SJ Hug, B Sulzberger
Langmuir 10 (10), 3587-3597, 1994
pH dependence of Fenton reagent generation and As (III) oxidation and removal by corrosion of zero valent iron in aerated water
IA Katsoyiannis, T Ruettimann, SJ Hug
Environmental science & technology 42 (19), 7424-7430, 2008
Ensuring safe drinking water in Bangladesh
MF Ahmed, S Ahuja, M Alauddin, SJ Hug, JR Lloyd, A Pfaff, T Pichler, ...
Science 314 (5806), 1687-1688, 2006
Influence of organic ligands on chromium (VI) reduction by iron (II)
IJ Buerge, SJ Hug
Environmental science & technology 32 (14), 2092-2099, 1998
Iron (III) catalyzed photochemical reduction of chromium (VI) by oxalate and citrate in aqueous solutions
SJ Hug, HU Laubscher, BR James
Environmental science & technology 31 (1), 160-170, 1996
Predicting groundwater arsenic contamination in Southeast Asia from surface parameters
L Winkel, M Berg, M Amini, SJ Hug, CA Johnson
Nature Geoscience 1 (8), 536-542, 2008
Adsorption of bacterial surface polysaccharides on mineral oxides is mediated by hydrogen bonds
BA Jucker, H Harms, SJ Hug, AJB Zehnder
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 9 (6), 331-343, 1997
Spatial distribution and temporal variability of arsenic in irrigated rice fields in Bangladesh. 2. Paddy soil
J Dittmar, A Voegelin, LC Roberts, SJ Hug, GC Saha, MA Ali, ...
Environmental science & technology 41 (17), 5967-5972, 2007
Structure and Vibrational Spectrum of Formate and Acetate Adsorbed from Aqueous Solution onto the TiO2 Rutile (110) Surface
FP Rotzinger, JM Kesselman-Truttmann, SJ Hug, V Shklover, M Grätzel
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 108 (16), 5004-5017, 2004
Infrared spectra of oxalate, malonate and succinate adsorbed on the aqueous surface of rutile, anatase and lepidocrocite measured with in situ ATR-FTIR
SJ Hug, D Bahnemann
Journal of electron spectroscopy and related phenomena 150 (2-3), 208-219, 2006
Catalyzed oxidation of arsenic (III) by hydrogen peroxide on the surface of ferrihydrite: an in situ ATR-FTIR study
A Voegelin, SJ Hug
Environmental science & technology 37 (5), 972-978, 2003
Effect of phosphate, silicate, and Ca on Fe (III)-precipitates formed in aerated Fe (II)-and As (III)-containing water studied by X-ray absorption spectroscopy
A Voegelin, R Kaegi, J Frommer, D Vantelon, SJ Hug
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74 (1), 164-186, 2010
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