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Inhibition by phenolic antioxidants of the degradation of aromatic amines and sulfadiazine by the carbonate radical (CO<sub>3</sub><sup>•-</sup>)
Carena, L., Vione, D., Minella, M., Canonica, S., & Schönenberger, U. (2022). Inhibition by phenolic antioxidants of the degradation of aromatic amines and sulfadiazine by the carbonate radical (CO3•-). Water Research, 209, 117867 (10 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2021.117867
Catalytic effects of photogenerated Fe(II) on the ligand-controlled dissolution of iron(hydr)oxides by EDTA and DFOB
Biswakarma, J., Kang, K., Schenkeveld, W. D. C., Kraemer, S. M., Hering, J. G., & Hug, S. J. (2020). Catalytic effects of photogenerated Fe(II) on the ligand-controlled dissolution of iron(hydr)oxides by EDTA and DFOB. Chemosphere, 263, 128188 (13 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2020.128188
The cloudwater chemistry of iron and copper at Great Dun Fell, U.K.
Sedlak, D. L., Hoigné, J., David, M. M., Colvile, R. N., Seyffer, E., Acker, K., … Fuzzi, S. (1997). The cloudwater chemistry of iron and copper at Great Dun Fell, U.K. Atmospheric Environment, 31(16), 2515-2526. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1352-2310(96)00080-5
Photolysis of Fe (III)-hydroxy complexes as sources of OH radicals in clouds, fog and rain
Faust, B. C., & Hoigné, J. (1990). Photolysis of Fe (III)-hydroxy complexes as sources of OH radicals in clouds, fog and rain. Atmospheric Environment, 24A(1), 79-89. https://doi.org/10.1016/0960-1686(90)90443-Q