Publications

  1. Du, J., Sabatini, D. A., Butler, E. C. (in press), Preparation, characterization, and regeneration of aluminum (hydr)oxide-amended molecular sieves for fluoride removal from drinking water, Journal of Environmental Engineering, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)EE.1943-7870.0001114
  2. Yami, T. L., Butler, E. C., Sabatini, D.A. (2016), Chemically activated cow bone for increased fluoride removal from drinking water, Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development, 6(2) 215-223, DOI: washdev2016172.
  3. Lan, Y., Butler, E. C. (2016), Iron-sulfide-associated products formed during reductive dechlorination of carbon tetrachloride, Environmental Science & Technology 50(11), 5489-5497, DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.5b06154.
  4. Butler, E. C., Chen, L., Hansel, C. M., Krumholz, L. R., Elwood Madden, A. S., Lan, Y. (2015), Biological versus mineralogical chromium reduction: Potential for reoxidation by manganese oxide, Sci.: Processes Impacts 17, 1930–1940.
  5. Yami, T. L., Du, J., Brunson, L. R., Chamberlain, J. F., Sabatini, D. A., Butler, E. C. (2015), Life cycle assessment of adsorbents for fluoride removal from drinking water in east Africa, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 20 (9), 1277-1286.
  6. Lan, Y., Butler, E. C. (2014), Monitoring the transformation of mackinawite to greigite and pyrite on polymer supports, Applied Geochemistry 50, 1-6.
  7. Du, J., Sabatini, D. A., Butler, E. C. (2014), Synthesis, characterization, and evaluation of simple aluminum-based adsorbents for fluoride removal from drinking water, Chemosphere 101, 21-27.
  8. Butler, E. C., Chen, L., Darlington, R. (2013), Transformation of trichloroethylene to predominantly non-regulated products under stimulated sulfate reducing conditions, Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation 33(3), 52-60.
  9. Liang, X., Zhu, X., Butler, E. C. (2011), Comparison of four advanced oxidation processes for the removal of naphthenic acids from model oil sands process water, Hazard. Mater. 190, 168-176.
  10. Aurandt, J. L., Butler, E. C. (2011), Sustainability education: Approaches for incorporating sustainability into the undergraduate curriculum, Professional Issues in Eng. Education & Practice, 137, 102-106.
  11. Dong, Y., Butler, E. C., Philp, R. P., Krumholz, L. R. (2011), Impacts of microbial community composition on isotope fractionation during reductive dechlorination of tetrachloroethylene, Biodegradation 22, 431-444.
  12. Liang, X., Butler, E. C. (2010), Effects of natural organic matter model compounds on the transformation of carbon tetrachloride by chloride green rust, Water Res. 44, 2125-2132.
  13. Shao, H., Butler, E. C. (2009), The relative importance of abiotic and biotic transformation of carbon tetrachloride in anaerobic soils and sediments, Soil Sed. Contam. 18, 455-469.
  14. Shao, H., Butler, E. C. (2009), The influence of soil minerals on the rates and products of abiotic transformation of carbon tetrachloride in anaerobic soils and sediments, Environ. Sci. Technol. 43, 1896-1901.
  15. Liang, X., Philp, R. P., Butler, E. C. (2009), Kinetic and isotope analyses of tetrachloroethylene and trichloroethylene degradation by model Fe(II)-bearing minerals, Chemosphere 75, 63-69.
  16. Dong, Y., Liang, X., Krumholz, L. R., Philp, R. P., Butler, E. C. (2009), The relative contributions of abiotic and microbial processes to the transformation of tetrachloroethylene and trichloroethylene in anaerobic microcosms, Sci. Technol. 43, 690-697.
  17. Zhu, X., Nanny, M. A., Butler, E. C. (2008), Photocatalytic oxidation of aqueous ammonia in model gray waters, Water Res. 42, 2736-2744.
  18. Liang, X., Dong, Y., Kuder, T., Krumholz, L. R., Philp, R. P., Butler, E. C. (2007), Distinguishing abiotic and biotic transformation of tetrachloroethylene and trichloroethylene by stable carbon isotope fractionation, Environ. Sci. Technol. 41, 7094-7100.
  19. Shao, H., Butler, E. C. (2007), The influence of iron and sulfur mineral fractions on carbon tetrachloride transformation in model anaerobic soils and sediments, Chemosphere 68, 1807-1813.
  20. Zhu, X., Nanny, M. A., Butler, E. C. (2007), Effect of inorganic anions on the titanium dioxide-based photocatalytic oxidation of aqueous ammonia and nitrite, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry 185, 289-294.
  21. Robberson, K. A., Waghe, A. B., Sabatini, D. A., Butler, E. C. (2006), Adsorption of the quinolone antibiotic nalidixic acid onto anion-exchange and neutral polymers, Chemosphere 63, 934-941.
  22. Hanoch, R. J., Shao, H., Butler, E. C. (2006), Transformation of carbon tetrachloride by bisulfide treated goethite, hematite, magnetite, and kaolinite, Chemosphere 63, 323-334.
  23. Zhu, X., Castleberry, S. R., Nanny, M. A., Butler, E. C. (2005), Effects of pH and catalyst concentration on photocatalytic oxidation of aqueous ammonia and nitrite in titanium dioxide suspensions, Environ. Sci. Technol. 39, 3784-3791.
  24. Támara, M. L., Butler, E. C. (2004), Effects of iron purity and groundwater characteristics on rates and products in the degradation of carbon tetrachloride by iron metal, Environ. Sci. Technol. 38, 1866-1876.
  25. Butler, E. C., Hayes, K. F. (2001), Factors influencing rates and products in the transformation of trichloroethylene by iron sulfide and iron metal, Environ. Sci. Technol. 35, 3884-3891.
  26. Butler, E. C., Hayes, K. F. (2000), Kinetics of the transformation of halogenated aliphatic compounds by iron sulfide, Environ. Sci. Technol. 34, 422-429.
  27. Butler, E. C., Hayes, K. F. (1999), Kinetics of the transformation of trichloroethylene and tetrachloroethylene by iron sulfide, Environ. Sci. Technol. 33, 2021-2027.
  28. Butler, E. C., Hayes, K. F. (1998), Micellar solubilization of non-aqueous phase liquid contaminants by nonionic surfactant mixtures: Effects of sorption, partitioning, and mixing, Water Res. 32, 1345-1354.
  29. Butler, E. C., Hayes, K. F. (1998), Effects of solution composition and pH on the reductive dechlorination of hexachloroethane by iron sulfide, Environ. Sci. Technol. 32, 1276-1284.
  30. Butler, E. C., Davis, A. P. (1993), Photocatalytic oxidation in aqueous titanium dioxide suspensions: The influence of dissolved transition metals, J. Photochem. Photobiol. A: Chem. 70, 273-283.

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