Kai Bester mainly investigates Environmental chemistry, Chromatography, Sewage treatment, Wastewater and Environmental engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Sludge, Seawater and Effluent as well as Environmental chemistry. The Tandem mass spectrometry, High-performance liquid chromatography and Solid phase extraction research Kai Bester does as part of his general Chromatography study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Atmospheric-pressure chemical ionization, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His research in Sewage treatment intersects with topics in Trisphosphate and Waste disposal. Kai Bester interconnects Biomass, Biofilm, Moving bed and Pilot plant in the investigation of issues within Wastewater. His research integrates issues of First flush, Surface runoff, Stormwater, Biocide and Soil microbiology in his study of Environmental engineering.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental chemistry, Wastewater, Sewage treatment, Biocide and Environmental engineering. His study in the fields of Water pollution under the domain of Environmental chemistry overlaps with other disciplines such as Triclosan. The Wastewater study combines topics in areas such as Moving bed biofilm reactor, Biofilm, Effluent, Chromatography and Biofilter.
The various areas that Kai Bester examines in his Sewage treatment study include Contamination, Waste disposal, Sewage and Bioreactor. His Biocide research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Leaching, Carbendazim and Biofouling. His Environmental engineering research includes elements of Surface runoff and Stormwater.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Wastewater, Environmental chemistry, Biocide, Sewage treatment and Moving bed biofilm reactor. His work deals with themes such as Sulfamethizole, Biofilm, Effluent, Biofilter and Ozone, which intersect with Wastewater. Borrowing concepts from Photodegradation, Kai Bester weaves in ideas under Environmental chemistry.
His Biocide research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sludge, Hydrothermal liquefaction, Beneficial use and Biofouling. His study in the field of Sewage sludge treatment is also linked to topics like Triclosan. His Biodegradation research integrates issues from Chromatography, Environmental engineering and Wetland.
Kai Bester focuses on Wastewater, Sewage treatment, Moving bed biofilm reactor, Environmental chemistry and Biodegradation. Kai Bester has researched Wastewater in several fields, including Effluent and Biofilm. His Sewage treatment research includes themes of Sand filter, Biocide and Stormwater.
Kai Bester has included themes like Photodissociation, Carbendazim and Titanium dioxide in his Environmental chemistry study. The Biodegradation study combines topics in areas such as Chromatography, Enantiomer, Slow sand filter and Bioreactor. In general Chromatography study, his work on Sulfamethizole often relates to the realm of Atenolol, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
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Organophosphorus flame retardants and plasticisers in surface waters.
J.A. Andresen;A. Grundmann;K. Bester.
Science of The Total Environment (2004)
Triclosan in a sewage treatment process--balances and monitoring data.
Water Research (2003)
Fate of triclosan and triclosan-methyl in sewage treatment plants and surface waters.
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (2005)
Organophosphate flame retardants and plasticisers in wastewater treatment plants
J. Meyer;K. Bester.
Journal of Environmental Monitoring (2004)
Concentrations of the Antifouling Compound Irgarol 1051 and of Organotins in Water and Sediments of German North and Baltic Sea Marinas
Scarlett Biselli;Kai Bester;Heinrich Hühnerfuss;Karl Fent.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2000)
Development of a multi-residue analytical method, based on liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry, for the simultaneous determination of 46 micro-contaminants in aqueous samples.
Karsten Nödler;Tobias Licha;Kai Bester;Martin Sauter.
Journal of Chromatography A (2010)
Persistence of antibiotics such as macrolides, tiamulin and salinomycin in soil.
Michael P. Schlüsener;Kai Bester.
Environmental Pollution (2006)
Retention characteristics and balance assessment for two polycyclic musk fragrances (HHCB and AHTN) in a typical German sewage treatment plant.
Analysis of musk fragrances in environmental samples.
Journal of Chromatography A (2009)
Biodegradation of triclosan and formation of methyl-triclosan in activated sludge under aerobic conditions
Xijuan Chen;Jeppe Lund Nielsen;Karolina Furgal;Yaling Liu.
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