Her primary scientific interests are in Electrochemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Electrolysis, Mineralization and Wastewater. Her Electrochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Reagent, Chemical oxygen demand, Chlorine, Hypochlorite and Eriochrome Black T. She interconnects Diamond, Electrolyte, Anode, Radical and Aqueous solution in the investigation of issues within Inorganic chemistry.
The Electrolysis study combines topics in areas such as Supporting electrolyte, Hydroxyl radical and Chloride. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Electrolytic process and Waste disposal. The concepts of her Wastewater study are interwoven with issues in Effluent, Chromatography, Industrial waste, Sewage treatment and Environmental chemistry.
Her primary areas of study are Electrochemistry, Electrolysis, Inorganic chemistry, Anode and Wastewater. Her research integrates issues of Hydrogen peroxide, Chemical engineering, Pollutant and Mineralization in her study of Electrochemistry. In her work, Sodium dodecyl sulfate is strongly intertwined with Sulfate, which is a subfield of Electrolysis.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Radical, Diamond, Aqueous solution and Chloride in addition to Inorganic chemistry. Her Anode research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cathode, Mass transfer and Nuclear chemistry. Cristina Sáez combines subjects such as Effluent, Chromatography, Sewage treatment, Environmental chemistry and Pulp and paper industry with her study of Wastewater.
Cristina Sáez mostly deals with Electrolysis, Electrochemistry, Anode, Chemical engineering and Inorganic chemistry. Her studies deal with areas such as Biodegradation, Pollutant and Effluent as well as Electrolysis. Her Electrochemistry study incorporates themes from Water treatment, Aqueous solution, Ozone and Mineralization.
Her studies in Anode integrate themes in fields like Oxide, Diamond, Nuclear chemistry, Photoelectrolysis and Cathode. Her work in the fields of Packed bed overlaps with other areas such as Irradiation. The various areas that Cristina Sáez examines in her Inorganic chemistry study include Hydroxyl radical and Chloride.
Electrolysis, Anode, Electrochemistry, Chemical engineering and Electrolyte are her primary areas of study. Her Electrolysis research also works with subjects such as
Her work deals with themes such as Pollutant, Mineralization, Inorganic chemistry, Water treatment and Aqueous solution, which intersect with Electrochemistry. Her Inorganic chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hydrogen peroxide and Chloride. Her research in Chemical engineering intersects with topics in Supporting electrolyte and Mass transfer.
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Electrochemical oxidation of phenolic wastes with boron-doped diamond anodes.
P Cañizares;J Lobato;R Paz;M A Rodrigo.
Water Research (2005)
Costs of the electrochemical oxidation of wastewaters: a comparison with ozonation and Fenton oxidation processes.
Pablo Cañizares;Rubén Paz;Cristina Sáez;Manuel A. Rodrigo.
Journal of Environmental Management (2009)
Production of electricity from the treatment of urban waste water using a microbial fuel cell
M.A. Rodrigo;P. Cañizares;J. Lobato;R. Paz.
Journal of Power Sources (2007)
Coagulation and electrocoagulation of oil-in-water emulsions
Pablo Cañizares;Fabiola Martínez;Carlos Jiménez;Cristina Sáez.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2008)
Electrochemical Treatment of 4-Nitrophenol-Containing Aqueous Wastes Using Boron-Doped Diamond Anodes
P. Canizares;C. Saez;J. Lobato;M. A. Rodrigo.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2004)
Advanced oxidation processes for the treatment of olive-oil mills wastewater.
P. Cañizares;J. Lobato;R. Paz;M.A. Rodrigo.
Synthesis of novel oxidants by electrochemical technology
P. Cañizares;C. Sáez;A. Sánchez-Carretero;M. A. Rodrigo.
Journal of Applied Electrochemistry (2009)
Study of the Electrocoagulation Process Using Aluminum and Iron Electrodes
Pablo Canizares;Carlos Jimenez;Fabiola Martinez;Cristina Saez.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2007)
The pH as a key parameter in the choice between coagulation and electrocoagulation for the treatment of wastewaters.
Pablo Cañizares;Carlos Jiménez;Fabiola Martínez;Manuel A. Rodrigo.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2009)
Use of conductive-diamond electrochemical oxidation for wastewater treatment
M.A. Rodrigo;P. Cañizares;A. Sánchez-Carretero;C. Sáez.
Catalysis Today (2010)
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