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August 6, 2018

Caroline Davis has a new paper in Environmental Science & Technology on the newly discovered non-singlet oxygen kinetic solvent isotope effect important for the determination of a compound’s reactivity with singlet oxygen. Traditionally, reactivity of a pollutant with...

July 23, 2018

Kyle Moor recently published a paper in Environmental Science & Technology on using singlet oxygen phosphorescence as a probe for measuring triplet-excited state dissolved organic matter (3DOM*) reactivity.  The concept for this project originated more than a deca...

June 19, 2018

 

Christine Egli has a new paper in in Environmental Science & Technology on photochemically induced site-specific damage in aquatic extracellular enzymes. This work presents an optimized proteomics approach to study simultaneous inactivation and site-specific molecular...

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The McNeill Research Group studies environmental chemistry in aquatic systems, with a focus on elucidating reaction mechanisms.  Currently the group is studying photochemical processes in surface waters, the degradation of pharmaceutical and personal care product contaminants, the fate of amino acid-based molecules in natural systems and degradation of synthetic plastics in soil.  The McNeill Group is part of the Environmental Chemistry Group in the Institute for Biogeochemistry and Pollutant Dynamics in the Department of Environmental Systems Science at ETH Zurich.

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