Urban Wünsch
Urban Wünsch
Postdoctoral researcher, Technical University of Denmark
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The one-sample PARAFAC approach reveals molecular size distributions of fluorescent components in dissolved organic matter
UJ Wünsch, KR Murphy, CA Stedmon
Environmental Science & Technology 51 (20), 11900-11908, 2017
Fluorescence quantum yields of natural organic matter and organic compounds: Implications for the fluorescence-based interpretation of organic matter composition
U Wünsch, K Murphy, C Stedmon
Frontiers in Marine Science 2 (98), 2015
staRdom: Versatile Software for Analyzing Spectroscopic Data of Dissolved Organic Matter in R
M Pucher, U Wünsch, G Weigelhofer, K Murphy, T Hein, D Graeber
Water 11 (11), 1-19, 2019
Photochemistry illuminates ubiquitous organic matter fluorescence spectra
KR Murphy, SA Timko, M Gonsior, L Powers, UJ Wünsch, CA Stedmon
Environmental Science & Technology, 2018
Investigating Fluorescent Organic-Matter Composition as a Key Predictor for Arsenic Mobility in Groundwater Aquifers
AR Schittich, UJ Wünsch, HV Kulkarni, M Battistel, H Bregnhøj, ...
Environmental science & technology 52 (22), 13027-13036, 2018
Emerging patterns in the global distribution of dissolved organic matter fluorescence
UJ Wünsch, R Bro, CA Stedmon, P Wenig, KR Murphy
Analytical Methods 11 (7), 888-893, 2019
Quantifying the impact of solid-phase extraction on chromophoric dissolved organic matter composition
UJ Wünsch, JK Geuer, OJ Lechtenfeld, BP Koch, KR Murphy, ...
Marine Chemistry, 2018
The molecular fingerprint of fluorescent natural organic matter offers insight into biogeochemical sources and diagenetic state
U Wünsch, E Acar, B Koch, K Murphy, P Schmitt-Kopplin, C Stedmon
Analytical Chemistry, 2018
Unraveling the size-dependent optical properties of dissolved organic matter
UJ Wünsch, CA Stedmon, LJ Tranvik, F Guillemette
Limnology and Oceanography, 2017
A simple method to isolate fluorescence spectra from small dissolved organic matter datasets
UJ Wünsch, KR Murphy
Water Research, 2020
Electrochemical and microbiological response of exoelectrogenic biofilm to polyethylene microplastics in water
S Wang, M Xu, B Jin, UJ Wünsch, Y Su, Y Zhang
Water Research 211, 2022
Temperature-dependent mechanisms of DOM removal by biological activated carbon filters
N Moona, U Wünsch, M Bondelind, O Bergstedt, T Sapmaz, PT J. R., ...
Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, 2019
Full-Scale Manipulation of the Empty Bed Contact Time to Optimize Dissolved Organic Matter Removal by Drinking Water Biofilters
N Moona, A Holmes, U Wünsch, T Pettersson, K Murphy
ACS EST Water, 2021
When microbial electrochemistry meets UV: The applicability to high-strength real pharmaceutical industry wastewater
R Zou, K Tang, AC Hambly, UJ Wünsch, HR Andersen, I Angelidaki, ...
Journal of Hazardous Materials 423, 127151, 2022
Mathematical chromatography deciphers the molecular fingerprints of dissolved organic matter
UJ Wünsch, JA Hawkes
The Analyst, 2020
Seasonal variability of dissolved organic matter in the Columbia River: In situ sensors elucidate biogeochemical and molecular analyses
UJ Wünsch, BP Koch, M Witt, JA Needoba
Biogeosciences Discussions, 2016
Corrigendum: Fluorescence Quantum Yields of Natural Organic Matter and Organic Compounds : Implications for the Fluorescence-based Interpretation of Organic Matter Composition
CA Wünsch, Urban J. Murphy, Kathleen R. Stedmon
Frontiers in Marine Science 3 (9), 1-15, 2016
Unified understanding of intrinsic and extrinsic controls of dissolved organic carbon reactivity in aquatic ecosystems
M Berggren, F Guillemette, M Bieroza, I Buffam, A Deininger, JA Hawkes, ...
Ecology, 2022
Dissolved organic matter characterization in soils and streams in a small coastal low-arctic catchment
NJ Speetjens, G Tansk, V Martin, J Wagner, A Richter, G Hugelius, ...
Biogeosciences, 2022
Probing sedimentary DOM in the deepest sector of Earth's surface
T Hu, M Luo, U Wünsch, D He, J Gieskes, Y Xu, J Fang, D Chen
Marine Chemistry 237, 1-8, 2021
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