Paul Chadik
Paul Chadik
Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering Sciences, University of Florida
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Water supply and pollution control
W Viessman, MJ Hammer, EM Perez, PA Chadik
Addison Wesley, 1998
Developing models for predicting trihalomethane formation potential and kinetics
GL Amy, PA Chadik, ZK Chowdhury
Journal‐American Water Works Association 79 (7), 89-97, 1987
Reduced sulfur compounds in gas from construction and demolition debris landfills
S Lee, Q Xu, M Booth, TG Townsend, P Chadik, G Bitton
Waste management 26 (5), 526-533, 2006
Engineered biofiltration: Enhanced biofilter performance through nutrient and peroxide addition
C Lauderdale, P Chadik, MJ Kirisits, J Brown
Journal‐American Water Works Association 104 (5), E298-E309, 2012
Magnetically agitated photocatalytic reactor for photocatalytic oxidation of aqueous phase organic pollutants
L William IV, IV Kostedt, J Drwiega, DW Mazyck, SW Lee, W Sigmund, ...
Environmental science & technology 39 (20), 8052-8056, 2005
Removing trihalomethane precursors from various natural waters by metal coagulants
PA Chadik, GL Amy
Journal‐American Water Works Association 75 (10), 532-536, 1983
Chlorine utilization during trihalomethane formation in the presence of ammonia and bromide
GL Amy, PA Chadik, PH King, WJ Cooper
Environmental science & technology 18 (10), 781-786, 1984
Molecular weight effects on THM control by coagulation and adsorption
PA Chadik, GL Amy
Journal of Environmental Engineering 113 (6), 1234-1248, 1987
Cationic polyelectrolytes as primary coagulants for removing trihalomethane precursors
GL Amy, PA Chadik
Journal‐American Water Works Association 75 (10), 527-531, 1983
Photocatalysis of gas-phase toluene using silica–titania composites: Performance of a novel catalyst immobilization technique suitable for large-scale applications
C Akly, P Chadik, D Mazyck
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 99 (1-2), 329-335, 2010
Hydrogen sulfide generation in simulated construction and demolition debris landfills: Impact of waste composition
K Yang, Q Xu, TG Townsend, P Chadik, G Bitton, M Booth
Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 56 (8), 1130-1138, 2006
Simultaneous determination of trace levels of nine haloacetic acids in biological samples as their pentafluorobenzyl derivatives by gas chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry …
M Jia, WW Wu, RA Yost, PA Chadik, PW Stacpoole, GN Henderson
Analytical chemistry 75 (16), 4065-4080, 2003
Effect of bromide ion on haloacetic acid formation during chlorination of Biscayne aquifer water
WW Wu, PA Chadik
Journal of Environmental Engineering 124 (10), 932-938, 1998
Predictive capability of chlorination disinfection byproducts models
EC Ged, PA Chadik, TH Boyer
Journal of Environmental Management 149, 253-262, 2015
The relationship between disinfection by‐product formation and structural characteristics of humic substances in chloramination
WW Wu, PA Chadik, JJ Delfino
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 22 (12 …, 2003
The effect of structural characteristics of humic substances on disinfection by-product formation in chlorination
WW Wu, PA Chadik, WM Davis, JJ Delfino, DH Powell
Factors affecting incorporation of bromide into brominated trihalomethanes during chlorination
GL Amy, PA Chadik, ZK Chowdhury, PH King, WJ Cooper
Water chlorination: environmental impact and health effects 5, 907-922, 1985
Recycled concrete aggregate as road base: Leaching constituents and neutralization by soil Interactions and dilution
N Gupta, M Kluge, PA Chadik, TG Townsend
Waste Management 72, 354-361, 2018
Engineered biofiltration for enhanced hydraulic and water treatment performance
CV Lauderdale, J Brown, PA Chadik, MJ Kirisits
University of Florida, 2011
Ozonation of aquatic organic matter and humic substances: an analysis of surrogate parameters for predicting effects on trihalomethane formation potential
GL Amy, PA Chadik, RA Sierka, WJ Cooper
Environmental Technology 7 (1-12), 99-108, 1986
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