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Environmental contextPredicting the chemistry of metals is important for understanding their movement and impacts in the environment. Metal chemistry models are generally complex and difficult to apply, but a simpler model, which does not need large amounts of input data, can also provide good...
Environmental contextDeionisation of salt waters is of increasing importance and interest mainly due to the scarcity of fresh water. In a single through pass capacitive deionisation, a relatively high electrosorption efficiency (25%) was observed. Simultaneously, a high disinfection efficiency...
Environmental contextDue to The Montreal Protocol, stratospheric ozone concentration is slowly regenerating, however, the recovery rate is slower than predicted by photochemical models. FTIR spectroscopy together with quantum chemical calculations confirmed that ozone reacts with halogenated...
Environmental contextThe production and consumption of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) is regulated under the Montreal Protocol and its amendments, due to their role in stratospheric ozone depletion. Global atmospheric levels of CFC-11 did not decline as rapidly as expected during 2012–2018, in large...
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