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Biophotovoltaics: Conversion of light energy to bioelectricity through photosynthetic microbial fuel cell technology

Chandra, R., Venkata Mohan, S., Roberto, P. S., Rittmann, B. & Cornejo, R. A. S., Dec 1 2017, Microbial Fuel Cell: A Bioelectrochemical System that Converts Waste to Watts. Springer International Publishing, p. 373-387 15 p.

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2 Scopus citations

Evaluation of NAPL-pool dissolution flux under nonequilibrium conditions in the presence of biological activity

Seagren, E. A., Booher, M. N. & Rittmann, B., 1999, Hazardous and Industrial Wastes - Proceedings of the Mid-Atlantic Industrial Waste Conference. Technomic Publ Co Inc, p. 387-396 10 p.

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1 Scopus citations

Fundamentals and Application of Biofilm Processes in Drinking-Water Treatment

Rittmann, B., 1995, Handbook of Environmental Chemistry. Springer Verlag, Vol. 5. p. 61-87 27 p. (Handbook of Environmental Chemistry; vol. 5).

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14 Scopus citations

Industrial selenium pollution: Sources and biological treatment technologies

Staicu, L. C., Van Hullebusch, E. D., Rittmann, B. & Lens, P. N. L., Sep 2 2017, Bioremediation of Selenium Contaminated Wastewater. Springer International Publishing, p. 75-101 27 p.

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3 Scopus citations

In situ bioreclamation of contaminated groundwater

Rittmann, B. E., Valocchi, A. J., Odencrantz, J. E. & Bae, W., Dec 1 1988, Research Report - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Water Resources Center. 209 ed.

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2 Scopus citations

Microbiological processes in reactive modeling

Rittmann, B. & VanBriesen, J. M., Feb 26 2019, Reactive Transport in Porous Media. Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Vol. 34. p. 311-334 24 p.

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MICROBIOLOGICAL SEPARATION FOR TRACE-ORGANICS REMOVAL.

Rittmann, B. & Kobayashi, H., 1982, Detoxication of Hazard Waste. p. 323-347 25 p.

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1 Scopus citations

ROLE OF STREAMBED BIOFILMS IN THE REMOVAL OF BIODEGRADABLE CONTAMINANTS FROM SHALLOW STREAMS.

Gantzer, C. J., Rittmann, B. E. & Herricks, E. E., Sep 1 1986, Research Report - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Water Resources Center. 203 ed.

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The significance of biofilms in porous media

Rittmann, B., 1993, Water Resources Research. 7 ed. Vol. 29. p. 2195-2202 8 p.

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124 Scopus citations

Transformation of Organic Micropollutants by Biological Processes

Rittmann, B., 1995, Handbook of Environmental Chemistry. Springer Verlag, Vol. 5. p. 31-60 30 p. (Handbook of Environmental Chemistry; vol. 5).

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8 Scopus citations

Understanding the distinguishing features of a microbial fuel cell as a biomass-based renewable energy technology

Rittmann, B., Torres, C. & Marcus, A., Dec 1 2008, Emerging Environmental Technologies. Springer Netherlands, p. 1-28 28 p.

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21 Scopus citations

Variable-order model of bacterial-film kinetics

Rittmann, B. & McCarty, P. L., Oct 1978, J. ENVIRON. ENG. DIV. AM. SOC. CIV. ENG.. 5 EE5 ed. Vol. 104. p. 889-900 12 p.

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74 Scopus citations