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Elsner, M., M. Cwiertny David, A. L. Roberts, and S. Lollar Barbara. 2007. 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane reactions with OH-, Cr(II), granular iron, and a copper-iron bimetal: insights from product formation and associated carbon isotope fractionation. Environmental Science and Technology. 41(11): 4111-7.

DeMarco, D. T., J. B. Kool, E. A. Sudicky, D. Ferraro, E. A. Sykes, and S. G. Shikaze. 2004. A 3-D semianalytic model describing the fate and transport of multicomponent degrading contaminants in the presence of uncertainty. International In Situ and On-Site Bioremediaton Symposium, 7th, Orlando, FL. Proceedings of the International In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation Symposium, 7th, 1485-1500.

O`Hannesin, S.. 2003. 10 years of North American experience in granular iron PRB technology for VOC groundwater remediation.

Matheson, L. J.. 1994. Abiotic and Biotic Reductive Dehalogenation of Halogenated Methanes. Oregon Graduate Institute, Beaverton, OR.

Chew, C. F., and T. C. Zhang. 1999. Abiotic degradation of nitrates using zero-valent iron and electrokinetic processes. Environmental Engineering Science. 16(5): 389-401.

Totten, L. A., and N. M. Assaf-Anid. 2003. Abiotic dehalogenation by metals. Dehalogenation: Microbial Processes and Environmental Applications, Kluwer, Boston, MA. 261-290.

Pasakarnis, T. S., C. A. Gorski, E. J. O`Loughlin, G. F. Parkin, and M. M. Scherer. 2006. Abiotic reduction of chlorinated ethenes in the presence of anaerobic bacteria. 231st ACS National Meeting, American Chemical Society, Division of Environment. Atlanta, GA. Abstracts of Papers, 231st ACS National Meeting, ENVR-217.

Gotpagar, J. K., E. A. Grulke, and D. Bhattacharyya. 1998. Abiotic treatment of trichloroethylene: Lab-scale results and kinetic model. Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, 1st International Conference, Battelle Press. Monterey, CA. Physical, Chemical, and Thermal Technologies: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds ~:1(5), 323-328.

Boronina, T. N., I. Lagadic, K. J. Klabunde, and G. B. Sergeev. 1998. Activated and nonactivated forms of zinc powder: Reactivity toward chlorocarbons in water and AFM studies of surface morphologies. Environmental Science and Technology. 32(17): 2614-2622.

Saleh, N., T. Phenrat, K. Sirk, B. Dufour, J. Ok, T. Sarbu, K. Matyjaszewski, R. D. Tilton, and G. V. Lowry. 2005. Adsorbed triblock copolymers deliver reactive iron nanoparticles to the oil/water interface. Nano Letters. 5(12): 2489-2494.

Giasuddin, A. B. M., S. R. Kanel, and H. Choi. 2007. Adsorption of humic acid onto nanoscale zerovalent iron and its effect on arsenic removal. Environmental Science and Technology. 41(6): 2022-2027.

Marconetto, S., L. Gui, and R. Gillham. 2005. Adsorption of natural organic matter and its effects on TCE degradation by iron PRBs. IAHS Publication. 297. 389-397.

Uludag-Demirer, S., and A. R. Bowers. 2000. Adsorption/reduction reactions of trichloroethylene by elemental iron in the gas phase: the role of water. Environmental Science and Technology. 34(20): 4407-4412.

Lai, P., H.-z. Zhao, C. Wang, and J.-r. Ni. 2007. Advanced treatment of coking wastewater by coagulation and zero-valent iron processes. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 147(1-2): 232-239.

Gillham, R. W., L. Major, S. L. S. Wadley, and J. Warren. 1998. Advances in the application of zero-valent iron for the treatment of groundwater containing VOCs. Groundwater Quality: Remediation and Protection, International Association of Hydrological Sciences, IAHS Pub. No. 2 475-481.

Phenrat, T., N. Saleh, K. Sirk, R. D. Tilton, and G. V. Lowry. 2007. Aggregation and sedimentation of aqueous nanoscale zerovalent iron dispersions. Environmental Science and Technology. 41(1): 284-290.

Totten, L. A., U. Jans, and A. L. Roberts. 2001. Alkyl bormides as mechanistic probes of reductive dehalogenation: reactions of vicinal dibromide stereoisomers with zerovalent metals. Environmental Science and Technology. 35(13): 2804-2811.

Shelp, G. S., W. Chesworth, and G. Spiers. 1995. The amelioration of acid mine drainage by an in situ electrochemical method_I. Employing scrap iron as the sacrificial anode. Applied Geochemistry. 10(6): 705-713.

Reardon, E. J.. 1995. Anaerobic corrosion of granular iron: measurement and interpretation of hydrogen evolution rates. Environmental Science and Technology. 29(12): 2936-2945.

LaPara, T. M., T. Yan, and P. J. Novak. 2004. Analysis of the bacterial communities involved in the reductive dechlorination of polychlorinated biphenyls. 228th ACS National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. Abstracts of Papers, 228th ACS National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, United States, August 22-26, 2004 ~:, ENVR-110.

Matheson, L. J., W. C. Goldberg, W. D. Bostick, and L. Harris. 2002. Analysis of uranium-contaminated zero-valent iron media sampled from permeable reactive barriers installed at U.S. Department of Energy sites in Oak Ridge, Tennessee and Durango, Colorado. Groundwater Remediation using Permeable Reactive Barriers: Applications to Radionuclides, Trace Metals, and Nutrients, Naftz, D. L., S. J. Morrison, J. A. Davis, and C., Academic Press, San Diego, CA. 343-367.

Hatfield, K., D. R. Burris, and N. L. Wolfe. 1996. Analytical model for heterogeneous reactions in mixed porous media. Journal of Environmental Engineering. 122(8): 676-684.

Eykholt, G. R.. 1999. Analytical solution for networks of irreversible first-order reactions. Water Research. 33(3): 814-826.

Moore, A. M.. 2003. Anion Reactions at Iron Surfaces : Implications for Perchlorate Remediation using Permeable Reactive Barriers. University of California, Davis, Ph.D.,

Bandstra, J. Z., and P. G. Tratnyek. 2004. Applicability of single-site rate equations for reactions on inhomogenous surfaces. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. 43(7): 1615-1622.