Davide Vione
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Environmental Implications of Hydroxyl Radicals (OH)
S Gligorovski, R Strekowski, S Barbati, D Vione
Chemical reviews 115 (24), 13051-13092, 2015
Photocatalytic transformation of organic compounds in the presence of inorganic ions. 2. Competitive reactions of phenol and alcohols on a titanium dioxide− fluoride system
C Minero, G Mariella, V Maurino, D Vione, E Pelizzetti
Langmuir 16 (23), 8964-8972, 2000
Nitrated phenols in the atmosphere: a review
MAJ Harrison, S Barra, D Borghesi, D Vione, C Arsene, RI Olariu
Atmospheric Environment 39 (2), 231-248, 2005
Sources and sinks of hydroxyl radicals upon irradiation of natural water samples
D Vione, G Falletti, V Maurino, C Minero, E Pelizzetti, M Malandrino, ...
Environmental science & technology 40 (12), 3775-3781, 2006
Indirect photochemistry in sunlit surface waters: photoinduced production of reactive transient species
D Vione, M Minella, V Maurino, C Minero
Chemistry–A European Journal 20 (34), 10590-10606, 2014
Photodegradation processes of the antiepileptic drug carbamazepine, relevant to estuarine waters
S Chiron, C Minero, D Vione
Environmental science & technology 40 (19), 5977-5983, 2006
Photochemical reactions in the tropospheric aqueous phase and on particulate matter
D Vione, V Maurino, C Minero, E Pelizzetti, MAJ Harrison, RI Olariu, ...
Chemical Society Reviews 35 (5), 441-453, 2006
Phenol degradation in water through a heterogeneous photo-Fenton process catalyzed by Fe-treated laponite
B Iurascu, I Siminiceanu, D Vione, MA Vicente, A Gil
Water research 43 (5), 1313-1322, 2009
Activation of persulfate by irradiated magnetite: implications for the degradation of phenol under heterogeneous photo-Fenton-like conditions
P Avetta, A Pensato, M Minella, M Malandrino, V Maurino, C Minero, ...
Environmental science & technology 49 (2), 1043-1050, 2015
Advanced oxidation processes in the removal of organic substances from produced water: Potential, configurations, and research needs
M Coha, G Farinelli, A Tiraferri, M Minella, D Vione
Chemical Engineering Journal 414, 128668, 2021
Degradation of phenol and benzoic acid in the presence of a TiO2-based heterogeneous photocatalyst
D Vione, C Minero, V Maurino, ME Carlotti, T Picatonotto, E Pelizzetti
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 58 (1-2), 79-88, 2005
Reactive photoinduced species in estuarine waters. Characterization of hydroxyl radical, singlet oxygen and dissolved organic matter triplet state in natural oxidation processes
F al Housari, D Vione, S Chiron, S Barbati
Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences 9 (1), 78-86, 2010
A quantitative evalution of the photocatalytic performance of TiO2 slurries
C Minero, D Vione
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 67 (3-4), 257-269, 2006
Photo-Fenton oxidation of phenol with magnetite as iron source
M Minella, G Marchetti, E De Laurentiis, M Malandrino, V Maurino, ...
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 154, 102-109, 2014
Fe (III)-enhanced sonochemical degradation of methylene blue in aqueous solution
C Minero, M Lucchiari, D Vione, V Maurino
Environmental science & technology 39 (22), 8936-8942, 2005
Inhibition vs. enhancement of the nitrate-induced phototransformation of organic substrates by the• OH scavengers bicarbonate and carbonate
D Vione, S Khanra, SC Man, PR Maddigapu, R Das, C Arsene, RI Olariu, ...
water research 43 (18), 4718-4728, 2009
Photochemincal processes involving nitrite in surface water samples
C Minero, S Chiron, G Falletti, V Maurino, E Pelizzetti, R Ajassa, ...
Aquatic Sciences 69, 71-85, 2007
Performance and selectivity of the terephthalic acid probe for OH as a function of temperature, pH and composition of atmospherically relevant aqueous media
T Charbouillot, M Brigante, G Mailhot, PR Maddigapu, C Minero, D Vione
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry 222 (1), 70-76, 2011
Enhancement of dye sonochemical degradation by some inorganic anions present in natural waters
C Minero, P Pellizzari, V Maurino, E Pelizzetti, D Vione
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 77 (3-4), 308-316, 2008
APEX (Aqueous Photochemistry of Environmentally occurring Xenobiotics): a free software tool to predict the kinetics of photochemical processes in surface waters
M Bodrato, D Vione
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 16 (4), 732-740, 2014
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