Nathalie Tufenkji
Nathalie Tufenkji
Professor of Chemical Engineering, McGill University
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TitleCited byYear
Correlation equation for predicting single-collector efficiency in physicochemical filtration in saturated porous media
N Tufenkji, M Elimelech
Environmental science & technology 38 (2), 529-536, 2004
Aggregation and deposition of engineered nanomaterials in aquatic environments: role of physicochemical interactions
AR Petosa, DP Jaisi, IR Quevedo, M Elimelech, N Tufenkji
Environmental science & technology 44 (17), 6532-6549, 2010
Characterizing manufactured nanoparticles in the environment: multimethod determination of particle sizes
RF Domingos, MA Baalousha, Y Ju-Nam, MM Reid, N Tufenkji, JR Lead, ...
Environmental science & technology 43 (19), 7277-7284, 2009
Aggregation of titanium dioxide nanoparticles: role of a fulvic acid
RF Domingos, N Tufenkji, KJ Wilkinson
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (5), 1282-1286, 2009
Breakdown of colloid filtration theory: Role of the secondary energy minimum and surface charge heterogeneities
N Tufenkji, M Elimelech
Langmuir 21 (3), 841-852, 2005
Deviation from the classical colloid filtration theory in the presence of repulsive DLVO interactions
N Tufenkji, M Elimelech
Langmuir 20 (25), 10818-10828, 2004
Peer reviewed: the promise of bank filtration
N Tufenkji, JN Ryan, M Elimelech
Environmental science & technology 36 (21), 422A-428A, 2002
Modeling microbial transport in porous media: Traditional approaches and recent developments
N Tufenkji
Advances in water resources 30 (6-7), 1455-1469, 2007
Transport of Cryptosporidium oocysts in porous media: Role of straining and physicochemical filtration
N Tufenkji, GF Miller, JN Ryan, RW Harvey, M Elimelech
Environmental science & technology 38 (22), 5932-5938, 2004
Effect of particle size and natural organic matter on the migration of nano-and microscale latex particles in saturated porous media
AJ Pelley, N Tufenkji
Journal of colloid and interface science 321 (1), 74-83, 2008
Interpreting deposition patterns of microbial particles in laboratory-scale column experiments
N Tufenkji, JA Redman, M Elimelech
Environmental Science & Technology 37 (3), 616-623, 2003
The swarming motility of Pseudomonas aeruginosa is blocked by cranberry proanthocyanidins and other tannin-containing materials
C O'May, N Tufenkji
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 77 (9), 3061-3067, 2011
Microplastics and nanoplastics in aquatic environments: aggregation, deposition, and enhanced contaminant transport
OS Alimi, J Farner Budarz, LM Hernandez, N Tufenkji
Environmental science & technology 52 (4), 1704-1724, 2018
Spatial Distributions of Cryptosporidium Oocysts in Porous Media:  Evidence for Dual Mode Deposition
N Tufenkji, M Elimelech
Environmental science & technology 39 (10), 3620-3629, 2005
The road to nowhere: equilibrium partition coefficients for nanoparticles
A Praetorius, N Tufenkji, KU Goss, M Scheringer, F von der Kammer, ...
Environmental Science: Nano 1 (4), 317-323, 2014
Deposition of TiO2 Nanoparticles onto Silica Measured Using a Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation Monitoring
J Fatisson, RF Domingos, KJ Wilkinson, N Tufenkji
Langmuir 25 (11), 6062-6069, 2009
Transport of two metal oxide nanoparticles in saturated granular porous media: role of water chemistry and particle coating
AR Petosa, SJ Brennan, F Rajput, N Tufenkji
Water research 46 (4), 1273-1285, 2012
Aggregation and deposition kinetics of carboxymethyl cellulose-modified zero-valent iron nanoparticles in porous media
T Raychoudhury, N Tufenkji, S Ghoshal
Water research 46 (6), 1735-1744, 2012
Deposition of carboxymethylcellulose-coated zero-valent iron nanoparticles onto silica: roles of solution chemistry and organic molecules
J Fatisson, S Ghoshal, N Tufenkji
Langmuir 26 (15), 12832-12840, 2010
Influence of solution chemistry on the deposition and detachment kinetics of a CdTe quantum dot examined using a quartz crystal microbalance
IR Quevedo, N Tufenkji
Environmental science & technology 43 (9), 3176-3182, 2009
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