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  1. Liu Y. Evaluating oxidation-reduction properties of dissolved organic matter from Chinese milk vetch (Astragalus sinicus L.): A comprehensive multi-parametric study. Environ. Technol. 2014, 35, 1916-1927.
  2. Liu Y. Influence of chemical and structural evolution of dissolved organic matter on electron transfer capacity during composting. J. Hazard. Mater. 2014, 268, 256-263.
  3. C.Y. Chang. Accumulation of heavy metals in leafy vegetables from agricultural soils and their potential health risk in the Pearl River Delta, China. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 2014,186:1547-1560.
  4. C.Y. Chang. Heavy metal accumulation in balsam pear and cowpea related to geochemical factors of variable-charge soil in the Pearl River Delta, South China. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts.2014, 16(7):1790-1798.
  5. Liu TX. Exogenous electron shuttle-mediated extracellular electron transfer of Shewanella putrefaciens 200: Electrochemical parameters and thermodynamics. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2014, 48, 9306–9314.
  6. Liu TX. Fe(III) oxides accelerate microbial nitrate reduction and electricity generation by Klebsiella pneumoniae L17. J. Colloid Interf. Sci. 2014, 423, 25-32.
  7. Zhang W. Competitive reduction of nitrate and iron oxides by Shewanella putrefaciens 200 under anoxic conditions. Colloids Surf. A 2014, 445, 97–104.
  8. Li XM. Dependence of the electron transfer capacity on the kinetics of quinone-mediated Fe(III) reduction by two iron/humic reducing bacteria. RSC Adv. 2014, 4, 2284–2290.
  9. Liu TX. Removal of CH3SH with in-situ generated ferrate(VI) in a wet-scrubbing reactor, J. Chem. Technol. Biotechnol. 2014, 89, 455–461.
  10. Manjia Chen, Qing Lan. Reductions of Fe(III) and Pentachlorophenol Linked with Geochemical Properties of Soils from Pearl River Delta. Geoderma. 2014, 217-218, 201-211.
  11. Zhenke Zhu. 2-Nitrophenol reduction promoted by S. putrefaciens 200 andbiogenic ferrous iron: The role of different size-fractions of dissolvedorganic matter. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 2014, 279, 436-443.
  12. Liu TX*, Li XM, Li FB, Tao L, Liu H. The effects of Al content and synthesis temperature on Al-substituted iron oxides: Crystal properties and Fe(III) availability. Soil Science 2014, 179, 468-475
  13. Liu TX, Zhang W, Li XM, Li FB*, Shen WJ. Kinetics of competitive reduction of nitrate and iron oxides by Aeromonas hydrophila HS01. Soil Science Society of America Journal 2014, 78, 1903-1912.
  14. Chen, M.; Liu, C.; Li, X.; Huang, W.; Li, F., Iron Reduction Coupled to Reductive Dechlorination in Red Soil: A Review. Soil Science 2014, 179, (10-11), 457-467.
  15. Huan-Yun Yu, Yong-Kui Wang, Peng-Cheng Chen, Fang-bai Li*, Man-Jia Chen, Min Hu, and Xiaoguang Ouyang. Effect of nitrate addition on reductive transformation of pentachlorophenol in paddy soil in relation to iron(III) reduction. Journal of Environmental Management, 2014, 132, 42-48.
  16. Huan-Yun Yu, Yong-Kui Wang, Peng-Cheng Chen, Fang-bai Li*, Man-Jia Chen, Min Hu. The effect of ammonium chloride and urea application on soil bacterial communities closely related to the reductive transformation of pentachlorophenol. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2014, 272, 10-19.
  17. Liu TX, Li XM, Waite TD*. Depassivation of aged Fe0 by divalent cations: Correlation between contaminant degradation and surface complexation constants.

 


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