His scientific interests lie mostly in Zerovalent iron, Aqueous solution, Adsorption, Environmental engineering and Waste management. The concepts of his Zerovalent iron study are interwoven with issues in Groundwater remediation, Environmental remediation and Groundwater. His Aqueous solution research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inorganic chemistry, Uranium and Corrosion.
The concepts of his Adsorption study are interwoven with issues in Metal and Nuclear chemistry. His work in the fields of Water treatment, Raw water and Flocculation overlaps with other areas such as Sustainable design and Renewable energy. In Water treatment, he works on issues like Filtration, which are connected to Filter and Water supply.
His primary scientific interests are in Zerovalent iron, Water treatment, Metal, Environmental remediation and Corrosion. His Zerovalent iron research incorporates elements of Inorganic chemistry, Coprecipitation, Environmental engineering and Aqueous solution. The study incorporates disciplines such as Metallurgy and Filtration in addition to Water treatment.
His Metal study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nuclear chemistry, Dissolution, Hydraulic conductivity, Reactivity and Mineralogy. His Corrosion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Human decontamination, Inert and Chemical engineering. Chicgoua Noubactep has included themes like Precipitation, Contamination, Manganese and Oxide in his Adsorption study.
Chicgoua Noubactep focuses on Zerovalent iron, Water treatment, Environmental remediation, Nuclear chemistry and Corrosion. His study in Zerovalent iron is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dissolution, Aqueous solution and Steel wool. The various areas that he examines in his Water treatment study include Reactivity and Adsorption.
His study looks at the intersection of Environmental remediation and topics like Biochemical engineering with Material selection. His Nuclear chemistry research integrates issues from Metal and Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid. Chicgoua Noubactep combines subjects such as Chemical engineering, Precipitation and Water pollution with his study of Corrosion.
Chicgoua Noubactep mostly deals with Zerovalent iron, Water treatment, Steel wool, Metal and Nuclear chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Pulp and paper industry, Nitrate and Effluent as well as Zerovalent iron. His Water treatment study incorporates themes from Material selection, Environmental remediation and Biochemical engineering.
The Steel wool study combines topics in areas such as Hydraulic conductivity, Water quality, Biosand filter and Contamination. His research links Dissolution with Metal. Chicgoua Noubactep has researched Dissolution in several fields, including Acetone, Reducing agent, Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, Particle size and Salt.
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A CRITICAL REVIEW ON THE PROCESS OF CONTAMINANT REMOVAL IN FE0–H2O SYSTEMS
Environmental Technology (2008)
Biochar-based water treatment systems as a potential low-cost and sustainable technology for clean water provision.
Willis Gwenzi;Nhamo Chaukura;Chicgoua Noubactep;Fungai N.D. Mukome.
Journal of Environmental Management (2017)
Nanoscale Metallic Iron for Environmental Remediation: Prospects and Limitations
Chicgoua Noubactep;Sabine Caré;Richard Crane.
Water Air and Soil Pollution (2012)
The fundamental mechanism of aqueous contaminant removal by metallic iron
Water SA (2010)
Adsorption of methylene blue from an aqueous solution on to activated carbons from palm-tree cobs
J. Avom;J.Ketcha Mbadcam;C. Noubactep;P. Germain.
A multi-method approach to study the stability of natural slopes and landslide susceptibility mapping
M. Fall;R. Azzam;C. Noubactep.
Engineering Geology (2006)
Mechanism of uranium removal from the aqueous solution by elemental iron
Chicgoua Noubactep;A. Schöner;G. Meinrath.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2006)
Processes of Contaminant Removal in Fe0-H2O Systems Revisited: The Importance of Co-Precipitation
The Open Environmental Journal (2007)
Metallic iron for environmental remediation: A review of reviews.
Water Research (2015)
An analysis of the evolution of reactive species in Fe0/H2O systems.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2009)
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