William P. Ball
William P. Ball
Professor of Environmental Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
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Long-term sorption of halogenated organic chemicals by aquifer material. 2. Intraparticle diffusion
WP Ball, PV Roberts
Environmental Science & Technology 25 (7), 1237-1249, 1991
Comparison of quantification methods to measure fire‐derived (black/elemental) carbon in soils and sediments using reference materials from soil, water, sediment and the atmosphere
K Hammes, MWI Schmidt, RJ Smernik, LA Currie, WP Ball, TH Nguyen, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 21 (3), 2007
Long-term sorption of halogenated organic chemicals by aquifer material. 1. Equilibrium
WP Ball, PV Roberts
Environmental Science & Technology 25 (7), 1223-1237, 1991
New modeling paradigms for the sorption of hydrophobic organic chemicals to heterogeneous carbonaceous matter in soils, sediments, and rocks
RM Allen-King, P Grathwohl, WP Ball
Advances in Water resources 25 (8-12), 985-1016, 2002
Production and characterization of synthetic wood chars for use as surrogates for natural sorbents
RA Brown, AK Kercher, TH Nguyen, DC Nagle, WP Ball
Organic Geochemistry 37 (3), 321-333, 2006
Adsorption-partitioning uptake of nine low-polarity organic chemicals on a natural sorbent
G Xia, WP Ball
Environmental science & technology 33 (2), 262-269, 1999
Influence of surface oxides on the adsorption of naphthalene onto multiwalled carbon nanotubes
HH Cho, BA Smith, JD Wnuk, DH Fairbrother, WP Ball
Environmental science & technology 42 (8), 2899-2905, 2008
Nanofiltration of natural organic matter: pH and ionic strength effects
A Braghetta, FA DiGiano, WP Ball
Journal of environmental engineering 123 (7), 628-641, 1997
Polyparameter linear free energy relationships for estimating the equilibrium partition of organic compounds between water and the natural organic matter in soils and sediments
TH Nguyen, KU Goss, WP Ball
Environmental science & technology 39 (4), 913-924, 2005
Sorption of aqueous Zn [II] and Cd [II] by multiwall carbon nanotubes: the relative roles of oxygen-containing functional groups and graphenic carbon
HH Cho, K Wepasnick, BA Smith, FK Bangash, DH Fairbrother, WP Ball
Langmuir 26 (2), 967-981, 2010
Long-term trends in Chesapeake Bay seasonal hypoxia, stratification, and nutrient loading
RR Murphy, WM Kemp, WP Ball
Estuaries and Coasts 34, 1293-1309, 2011
Evidence for a pore-filling mechanism in the adsorption of aromatic hydrocarbons to a natural wood char
TH Nguyen, HH Cho, DL Poster, WP Ball
Environmental science & technology 41 (4), 1212-1217, 2007
Longevity of granular iron in groundwater treatment processes: solution composition effects on reduction of organohalides and nitroaromatic compounds
J Klausen, PJ Vikesland, T Kohn, DR Burris, WP Ball, AL Roberts
Environmental Science & Technology 37 (6), 1208-1218, 2003
Colloidal properties of aqueous suspensions of acid-treated, multi-walled carbon nanotubes
B Smith, K Wepasnick, KE Schrote, AR Bertele, WP Ball, C O’Melia, ...
Environmental science & technology 43 (3), 819-825, 2009
Influence of surface oxides on the colloidal stability of multi-walled carbon nanotubes: a structure− property relationship
B Smith, K Wepasnick, KE Schrote, HH Cho, WP Ball, DH Fairbrother
Langmuir 25 (17), 9767-9776, 2009
An evaluation of thermal resistance as a measure of black carbon content in diesel soot, wood char, and sediment
TH Nguyen, RA Brown, WP Ball
Organic Geochemistry 35 (3), 217-234, 2004
Characterization of a sandy aquifer material at the grain scale
WP Ball, CH Buehler, TC Harmon, DM Mackay, PV Roberts
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 5 (3), 253-295, 1990
Assessing the colloidal properties of engineered nanoparticles in water: case studies from fullerene C60 nanoparticles and carbon nanotubes
KL Chen, BA Smith, WP Ball, DH Fairbrother
Environmental Chemistry 7 (1), 10-27, 2010
Influence of calcite and dissolved calcium on uranium (VI) sorption to a Hanford subsurface sediment
W Dong, WP Ball, C Liu, Z Wang, AT Stone, J Bai, JM Zachara
Environmental science & technology 39 (20), 7949-7955, 2005
Back diffusion of chlorinated solvent contaminants from a natural aquitard to a remediated aquifer under well‐controlled field conditions: Predictions and measurements
C Liu, WP Ball
Groundwater 40 (2), 175-184, 2002
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