Michelle M. Scherer
Michelle M. Scherer
University of Iowa Distinguished Chair and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Kinetics of halogenated organic compound degradation by iron metal
TL Johnson, MM Scherer, PG Tratnyek
Environmental science & technology 30 (8), 2634-2640, 1996
Kinetics of nitrate, nitrite, and Cr (VI) reduction by iron metal
MJ Alowitz, MM Scherer
Environmental science & technology 36 (3), 299-306, 2002
Chemistry and Microbiology of Permeable Reactive Barriers for In Situ Groundwater Clean up
MM Scherer, S Richter, RL Valentine, PJJ Alvarez
Critical reviews in environmental science and technology 30 (3), 363-411, 2000
Spectroscopic evidence for Fe (II)− Fe (III) electron transfer at the iron oxide− water interface
AGB Williams, MM Scherer
Environmental science & technology 38 (18), 4782-4790, 2004
Atom exchange between aqueous Fe (II) and goethite: an Fe isotope tracer study
RM Handler, BL Beard, CM Johnson, MM Scherer
Environmental science & technology 43 (4), 1102-1107, 2009
Kinetics of Cr (VI) reduction by carbonate green rust
AGB Williams, MM Scherer
Environmental Science & Technology 35 (17), 3488-3494, 2001
Adsorption of Organic Acids on TiO2 Nanoparticles: Effects of pH, Nanoparticle Size, and Nanoparticle Aggregation
JM Pettibone, DM Cwiertny, M Scherer, VH Grassian
Langmuir 24 (13), 6659-6667, 2008
Effects of natural organic matter, anthropogenic surfactants, and model quinones on the reduction of contaminants by zero-valent iron
PG Tratnyek, MM Scherer, B Deng, S Hu
Water Research 35 (18), 4435-4443, 2001
Determination of nanoparticulate magnetite stoichiometry by Mossbauer spectroscopy, acidic dissolution, and powder X-ray diffraction: A critical review
CA Gorski, MM Scherer
American Mineralogist 95 (7), 1017-1026, 2010
Redox behavior of magnetite: Implications for contaminant reduction
CA Gorski, JT Nurmi, PG Tratnyek, TB Hofstetter, MM Scherer
Environmental Science & Technology 44 (1), 55-60, 2010
Diversity of contaminant reduction reactions by zerovalent iron: Role of the reductate
R Miehr, PG Tratnyek, JZ Bandstra, MM Scherer, MJ Alowitz, EJ Bylaska
Environmental Science & Technology 38 (1), 139-147, 2004
Fe (II) sorption on hematite: New insights based on spectroscopic measurements
P Larese-Casanova, MM Scherer
Environmental science & technology 41 (2), 471-477, 2007
Correlation analysis of rate constants for dechlorination by zero-valent iron
MM Scherer, BA Balko, DA Gallagher, PG Tratnyek
Environmental science & technology 32 (19), 3026-3033, 1998
Iron isotope fractionation between aqueous ferrous iron and goethite
BL Beard, RM Handler, MM Scherer, L Wu, AD Czaja, A Heimann, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 295 (1-2), 241-250, 2010
Abiotic transformation of hexahydro-1, 3, 5-trinitro-1, 3, 5-triazine by FeII bound to magnetite
KB Gregory, P Larese-Casanova, GF Parkin, MM Scherer
Environmental science & technology 38 (5), 1408-1414, 2004
Influence of Magnetite Stoichiometry on FeII Uptake and Nitrobenzene Reduction
CA Gorski, MM Scherer
Environmental science & technology 43 (10), 3675-3680, 2009
The role of oxides in reduction reactions at the metal-water interface
MM Scherer, BA Balko, PG Tratnyek
Characterization and acid‐mobilization study of iron‐containing mineral dust source materials
DM Cwiertny, J Baltrusaitis, GJ Hunter, A Laskin, MM Scherer, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 113 (D5), 2008
Spectroscopic evidence for interfacial Fe (II)− Fe (III) electron transfer in a clay mineral
MV Schaefer, CA Gorski, MM Scherer
Environmental science & technology 45 (2), 540-545, 2011
Fe (II)-catalyzed recrystallization of goethite revisited
RM Handler, AJ Frierdich, CM Johnson, KM Rosso, BL Beard, C Wang, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (19), 11302-11311, 2014
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