David A. Sabatini mainly focuses on Pulmonary surfactant, Microemulsion, Sorption, Environmental remediation and Organic chemistry. His study in Pulmonary surfactant is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chromatography, Alkyl, Naphthalene, Aqueous solution and Solubility. His Microemulsion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hexadecane, Micelle and Surface tension.
David A. Sabatini has included themes like Inorganic chemistry, Partition coefficient and Soil contamination in his Sorption study. His Environmental remediation study combines topics in areas such as Environmental engineering, Petroleum engineering, Aquifer, Groundwater and Human decontamination. His work on Vegetable oil and Isopropyl myristate as part of his general Organic chemistry study is frequently connected to Linker, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His main research concerns Pulmonary surfactant, Microemulsion, Chromatography, Chemical engineering and Inorganic chemistry. His studies in Pulmonary surfactant integrate themes in fields like Organic chemistry, Micelle, Adsorption, Aqueous solution and Environmental remediation. David A. Sabatini combines subjects such as Environmental chemistry, Waste management, Environmental engineering and Groundwater with his study of Environmental remediation.
The concepts of his Microemulsion study are interwoven with issues in Hexadecane, Vegetable oil, Phase and Surface tension. David A. Sabatini has researched Chromatography in several fields, including Sulfonate and Sodium. His work focuses on many connections between Inorganic chemistry and other disciplines, such as Solubility, that overlap with his field of interest in Dissolution.
David A. Sabatini focuses on Chemical engineering, Microemulsion, Pulmonary surfactant, Environmental chemistry and Soil water. The Silicate research he does as part of his general Chemical engineering study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Calcium silicate hydrate, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His studies in Microemulsion integrate themes in fields like Vegetable oil and Diesel fuel.
His Vegetable oil research incorporates elements of Phase and Petroleum engineering. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Pulmonary surfactant and Salinity through his research. David A. Sabatini combines subjects such as Struvite, Phosphate, Bicarbonate, Alkalinity and Soil pH with his study of Environmental chemistry.
Microemulsion, Pulmonary surfactant, Chemical engineering, Vegetable oil and Chromatography are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Alcohol, Biofuel and Diesel fuel. His study in Pulmonary surfactant is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soil water and Melting point.
His work on Cellulose as part of general Chemical engineering study is frequently connected to Calcination, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Vegetable oil study deals with Phase intersecting with Sodium Dioctyl Sulfosuccinate, Extraction and Fatty alcohol. The study incorporates disciplines such as Salt, Alkane and Foam fractionation in addition to Chromatography.
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Coupled Iron Corrosion and Chromate Reduction: Mechanisms for Subsurface Remediation
Robert M. Powell;Robert W. Puls;Sharon K. Hightower;David A. Sabatini.
Environmental Science & Technology (1995)
Surfactant selection for enhancing ex situ soil washing
S. Deshpande;B.J. Shiau;D. Wade;D.A. Sabatini.
Water Research (1999)
Influence of surfactants on microbial degradation of organic compounds
Joseph D. Rouse;David A. Sabatini;Joseph M. Suflita;Jeffrey H. Harwell.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (1994)
Impacts of heterogeneous organic matter on phenanthrene sorption: equilibrium and kinetic studies with aquifer material.
Hrissi K. Karapanagioti;Sybille Kleineidam;David A. Sabatini;Peter Grathwohl.
Environmental Science & Technology (2000)
Enhancing solubilization in microemulsions—State of the art and current trends
Jean-Louis Salager;Raquel E. Antón;David A. Sabatini;Jeffrey H. Harwell.
Journal of Surfactants and Detergents (2005)
Fluorescent Dye and Media Properties Affecting Sorption and Tracer Selection
Torez Kasnavia;De Vu;David A. Sabatini.
Ground Water (1999)
Minimizing surfactant losses using twin-head anionic surfactants in subsurface remediation
Joseph D Rouse;David A Sabatini;Jeffrey H Harwell.
Environmental Science & Technology (1993)
Subsurface Transport and Fate Processes
Robert C. Knox;David A. Sabatini;Larry W. Canter.
Characteristics of Rhodamine WT and Fluorescein as Adsorbing Ground‐Water Tracers
David A. Sabatini;T. Ai Austin.
Ground Water (1991)
Effects of pH and cationic and nonionic surfactants on the adsorption of pharmaceuticals to a natural aquifer material.
Ajai C Hari;Rajiv A Paruchuri;David A Sabatini;Tohren C G Kibbey.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
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