Mohamed Gamal El-Din
Mohamed Gamal El-Din
NSERC Senior Industrial Research Chair in Oil Sands Water Treatment, University of Alberta
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Degradation of aqueous pharmaceuticals by ozonation and advanced oxidation processes: a review
K Ikehata, N Jodeiri Naghashkar, M Gamal El-Din
Ozone: Science and Engineering 28 (6), 353-414, 2006
Development of nanosilver and multi-walled carbon nanotubes thin-film nanocomposite membrane for enhanced water treatment
ES Kim, G Hwang, MG El-Din, Y Liu
Journal of membrane science 394, 37-48, 2012
Aqueous pesticide degradation by hydrogen peroxide/ultraviolet irradiation and Fenton-type advanced oxidation processes: a review
K Ikehata, MG El-Din
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science 5 (2), 81-135, 2006
Ozonation and advanced oxidation treatment of emerging organic pollutants in water and wastewater
K Ikehata, M Gamal El-Din, SA Snyder
Ozone: Science and Engineering 30 (1), 21-26, 2008
Application of advanced oxidation methods for landfill leachate treatment–A review
F Wang, DW Smith, MG El-Din
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science 2 (6), 413-427, 2003
High efficiency removal of heavy metals using tire-derived activated carbon vs commercial activated carbon: Insights into the adsorption mechanisms
R Shahrokhi-Shahraki, C Benally, MG El-Din, J Park
Chemosphere 264, 128455, 2021
Assessment of the UV/chlorine process as an advanced oxidation process
J Jin, MG El-Din, JR Bolton
Water research 45 (4), 1890-1896, 2011
Photodegradation of emerging micropollutants using the medium-pressure UV/H2O2 advanced oxidation process
Z Shu, JR Bolton, M Belosevic, MG El Din
Water Research 47 (8), 2881-2889, 2013
Aqueous Pesticide Degradation by Ozonation and Ozone-Based Advanced Oxidation Processes: A Review (Part I)
KMGED Ikehata
Ozone Sci. Eng. 27 (2), 83-114, 2005
Degradation of recalcitrant surfactants in wastewater by ozonation and advanced oxidation processes: a review
K Ikehata, MG El-Din
Ozone: science & engineering 26 (4), 327-343, 2004
Biochar properties and lead (II) adsorption capacity depend on feedstock type, pyrolysis temperature, and steam activation
JH Kwak, MS Islam, S Wang, SA Messele, MA Naeth, MG El-Din, ...
Chemosphere 231, 393-404, 2019
Naphthenic acids speciation and removal during petroleum-coke adsorption and ozonation of oil sands process-affected water
MG El-Din, H Fu, N Wang, P Chelme-Ayala, L Pérez-Estrada, P Drzewicz, ...
Science of the Total Environment 409 (23), 5119-5125, 2011
The toxicity of oil sands process-affected water (OSPW): A critical review
C Li, L Fu, J Stafford, M Belosevic, MG El-Din
Science of the Total Environment 601, 1785-1802, 2017
Stabilization mechanism and chemical demulsification of water-in-oil and oil-in-water emulsions in petroleum industry: A review
D Wang, D Yang, C Huang, Y Huang, D Yang, H Zhang, Q Liu, T Tang, ...
Fuel 286, 119390, 2021
Toxicity of untreated and ozone-treated oil sands process-affected water (OSPW) to early life stages of the fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas)
Y He, S Patterson, N Wang, M Hecker, JW Martin, MG El-Din, JP Giesy, ...
Water research 46 (19), 6359-6368, 2012
Ozonation of oil sands process-affected water accelerates microbial bioremediation
JW Martin, T Barri, X Han, PM Fedorak, MG El-Din, L Perez, AC Scott, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (21), 8350-8356, 2010
Aqueous pesticide degradation by ozonation and ozone-based advanced oxidation processes: a review (Part II)
K Ikehata, M Gamal El-Din
Ozone: science & engineering 27 (3), 173-202, 2005
Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 via fecal-oral and aerosols–borne routes: Environmental dynamics and implications for wastewater management in underprivileged societies
M Arslan, B Xu, MG El-Din
Science of the Total Environment 743, 140709, 2020
Petroleum coke adsorption as a water management option for oil sands process-affected water
W Zubot, MD MacKinnon, P Chelme-Ayala, DW Smith, MG El-Din
Science of the Total Environment 427, 364-372, 2012
Biochar surface complexation and Ni (II), Cu (II), and Cd (II) adsorption in aqueous solutions depend on feedstock type
S Wang, JH Kwak, MS Islam, MA Naeth, MG El-Din, SX Chang
Science of the total environment 712, 136538, 2020
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