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 Katsoyiannis Ioannis, Assist. Professor
Laboratory: Chemical and Environmental Technology
 
 
 
ARISTOTLE
UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
54124, THESSALONIKI
PHONE:+30 2310 997977
katsogia@chem.auth.gr
 
 
 
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Selected publications

Katsoyiannis, I.A., Zouboulis, A.I., 2002. Removal of arsenic from contaminated water sources by sorption onto iron oxide coated polymeric materials. Water Research 36, 5141-5155.

Katsoyiannis I. A., Zouboulis, A. I., 2004. Application of biological processes for the removal of arsenic from groundwaters. Water Research 38, 17-26.

Katsoyiannis, I., Zouboulis, A., Jekel, M., 2004. Kinetics of bacterial As(III) oxidation and subsequent As(V) removal by sorption onto biogenic manganese oxides during groundwater treatment. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 43, 486-493.

Katsoyiannis, I.A., Althoff, HW., Bartel, H., Jekel, M., 2006. The effect of groundwater composition on uranium(VI) sorption onto bacteriogenic iron oxides. Water Research 40, 3646-3652.

Katsoyiannis, I.A, Hug, S.J., Amman, A. Zikoudi, A., Xatziliontos, C., 2007. Arsenic speciation and uranium concentrations in drinking water supply wells in Northern  Greece: correlations with redox indicative parameters and implications for groundwater treatment. Science of the Total Environment 383, 128-140.

Katsoyiannis, I.A., Ruettimann, T., Hug, S.J., 2008. pH dependence of Fenton reagent generation and As(III) oxidation and removal by corrosion of zero valent iron in aerated water. Environmental Science & Technology 42, 7424-7430.

Katsoyiannis, I.A., Canonica, S., von Gunten, U., 2011. Efficiency and energy requirements for the transformation of organic micropollutants by ozone, O3/H2O2 and UV/H2O2. Water Research 45, 3811-3822.

Katsoyiannis, I.A., Zouboulis, A.I., Mitrakas, M.G., Althoff, H-W., Bartel, H., 2013. A hybrid system incorporating a pipe reactor and microfiltration for biological iron, manganese and arsenic removal from anaerobic groundwaters. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 22, 3848-3853.

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