Jean-François Blais mostly deals with Leaching, Environmental chemistry, Sludge, Leachate and Nuclear chemistry. His Leaching research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Reagent, Manganese, Mineralogy, Cadmium and Solubility. His research integrates issues of Soil contamination, Aqueous solution and Groundwater in his study of Environmental chemistry.
His Sludge study is related to the wider topic of Waste management. His Leachate research incorporates elements of Human decontamination and Chromated copper arsenate, Arsenic. The Nuclear chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Metallurgy, Metal and Effluent.
Jean-François Blais spends much of his time researching Environmental chemistry, Leaching, Waste management, Human decontamination and Leachate. His Environmental chemistry study incorporates themes from Organic matter, Soil water, Soil contamination and Environmental engineering. His work carried out in the field of Leaching brings together such families of science as Sludge, Zinc, Sulfuric acid and Nuclear chemistry.
His Nuclear chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Chromium and Metal. Jean-François Blais has included themes like Carbonation, Pulp and paper industry and Environmental remediation in his Waste management study. His research in Pulp and paper industry intersects with topics in Wastewater and Effluent.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental chemistry, Leaching, Carbonation, Waste management and Flue gas. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Organic matter, Soil water and Sulfate. His Leaching study combines topics in areas such as Nuclear chemistry, Zinc, Leachate, Chemical engineering and Sulfuric acid.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Leachate, Metal are connected with Biosolids and other disciplines. His work in Waste management tackles topics such as Raw material which are related to areas like Bio based, Petrochemical and Concrete recycling. His Soil contamination research includes elements of Human decontamination and Fraction.
Jean-François Blais focuses on Environmental chemistry, Carbonation, Waste management, Cement and Flue gas. Jean-François Blais is interested in Pentachlorophenol, which is a field of Environmental chemistry. Jean-François Blais has researched Carbonation in several fields, including Carbonate, Precipitation and Dissolution.
His Carbonate study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nuclear chemistry, Impurity, Pregnant leach solution, Leachate and Metal. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Leaching and Precipitation. Jean-François Blais works in the field of Waste management, namely Human decontamination.
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Comparison between electrocoagulation and chemical precipitation for metals removal from acidic soil leachate.
Nathalie Meunier;Patrick Drogui;Camille Montane;Robert Hausler.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2006)
Cocoa shells for heavy metal removal from acidic solutions
Nathalie Meunier;Jérôme Laroulandie;Jean-François Blais;Rajeshwar Dayal Tyagi.
Bioresource Technology (2003)
Effectiveness of electrocoagulation process in removing organic compounds from slaughterhouse wastewater using monopolar and bipolar electrolytic cells
Mélanie Asselin;Patrick Drogui;Hamel Benmoussa;Jean-François Blais.
Organics removal in oily bilgewater by electrocoagulation process.
Mélanie Asselin;Patrick Drogui;Satinder Kaur Brar;Hamel Benmoussa.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2008)
Metals Precipitation from Effluents: Review
J. F. Blais;Z. Djedidi;R. Ben Cheikh;R. D. Tyagi.
Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management (2008)
Electrochemical removal of pollutants from agro-industry wastewaters
Patrick Drogui;Mélanie Asselin;Satinder K. Brar;Hamel Benmoussa.
Separation and Purification Technology (2008)
Bioleaching of metals from sewage sludge : microorganisms and growth kinetics
J.F. Blais;R.D. Tyagi;J.C. Auclair.
Water Research (1993)
Kinetics of heavy metal bioleaching from sewage sludge—I. Effects of process parameters
T.R. Sreekrishnan;R.D. Tyagi;J.F. Blais;P.G.C. Campbell.
Water Research (1993)
Bioremediation of Hazardous Wastes—A Review
Satinder K. Brar;M. Verma;R. Y. Surampalli;K. Misra.
Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management (2006)
Cooperation between two Thiobacillus strains for heavy-metal removal from municipal sludge.
J.-F. Blais;J. C. Auclair;R. D. Tyagi.
Canadian Journal of Microbiology (1992)
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