Her main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Environmental remediation, Environmental engineering, Soil contamination and Electrodialysis. Her Environmental chemistry research incorporates elements of Desorption, Extraction, Cadmium and Metal. The study incorporates disciplines such as Wastewater, Waste management and Incineration in addition to Extraction.
Her Environmental engineering research includes elements of Electrodialytic remediation, Electrokinetic remediation, Electrokinetic phenomena and Copper. Her work deals with themes such as Human decontamination, Cathode, Soil pH and Limiting current, which intersect with Soil contamination. Her research in Electrodialysis intersects with topics in Sludge, Phosphorus, Waste treatment and Pulp and paper industry.
Her primary scientific interests are in Waste management, Environmental chemistry, Environmental remediation, Environmental engineering and Electrokinetic phenomena. Her Waste management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Phosphorus and Pulp and paper industry. Her Environmental chemistry research incorporates themes from Soil water, Extraction and Electrodialysis.
Within one scientific family, she focuses on topics pertaining to Sludge under Electrodialysis, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Sewage sludge treatment. As a part of the same scientific family, Lisbeth M. Ottosen mostly works in the field of Environmental remediation, focusing on Soil contamination and, on occasion, Soil pH. Her work carried out in the field of Environmental engineering brings together such families of science as Soil remediation and Copper.
Lisbeth M. Ottosen spends much of her time researching Environmental chemistry, Waste management, Environmental remediation, Cement and Fly ash. Her work on Heavy metals as part of general Environmental chemistry research is frequently linked to Sediment, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her studies in Waste management integrate themes in fields like Tailings, Phosphorus and Electrodialysis.
As part of one scientific family, she deals mainly with the area of Electrodialysis, narrowing it down to issues related to the Extraction, and often Slurry. Her Environmental remediation research incorporates elements of Soil water, Environmental engineering and Groundwater. Her research in Fly ash intersects with topics in Leaching and Hazardous waste.
Her primary areas of study are Environmental remediation, Waste management, Environmental chemistry, Sludge and Cement. Her Environmental remediation research integrates issues from Soil water, Anode and Environmental engineering. The Environmental engineering study combines topics in areas such as Electrokinetic phenomena and Groundwater.
As part of her studies on Waste management, Lisbeth M. Ottosen often connects relevant subjects like Electrodialysis. Her Environmental chemistry research includes elements of Electrokinetic remediation, Desorption and Metal. Her work in Sludge addresses issues such as Phosphorus, which are connected to fields such as Incineration, Fertilizer, Extraction and Pulp and paper industry.
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Possible applications for municipal solid waste fly ash
Celia Ferreira;Alexandra B. Ribeiro;L. Ottosen.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2003)
Electrodialytic Remediation of Soil Polluted with Copper from Wood Preservation Industry
Lisbeth M. Ottosen;Henrik K. Hansen;Søren Laursen;Arne Villumsen.
Environmental Science & Technology (1997)
Electrodialytic Removal of Cu, Cr, and As from Chromated Copper Arsenate-Treated Timber Waste
Alexandra B. Ribeiro;Eduardo P. Mateus;Lisbeth M. Ottosen;Gregers Bech-Nielsen.
Environmental Science & Technology (2000)
Electrodialytic remediation of soils polluted with Cu, Cr, Hg, Pb and Zn†
Henrik K. Hansen;Lisbeth M. Ottosen;Bodil K. Kliem;Arne Villumsen.
Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology (1997)
Extracting phosphorous from incinerated sewage sludge ash rich in iron or aluminum.
Lisbeth M. Ottosen;Gunvor M. Kirkelund;Pernille E. Jensen.
Phosphorus recovery from sewage sludge ash through an electrodialytic process
Paula Guedes;Nazaré Couto;Lisbeth M. Ottosen;Alexandra B. Ribeiro.
Waste Management (2014)
Water splitting at ion-exchange membranes and potential differences in soil during electrodialytic soil remediation
L. M. Ottosen;H. K. Hansen;C. B. Hansen.
Journal of Applied Electrochemistry (2000)
Electrodialytic removal of cadmium from wastewater sludge
Mathilde R Jakobsen;Janne Fritt-Rasmussen;Signe Nielsen;Lisbeth M Ottosen.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2004)
Removal of Cu, Pb and Zn in an applied electric field in calcareous and non-calcareous soils
Lisbeth M. Ottosen;Henrik K. Hansen;Alexandra B. Ribeiro;Arne Villumsen.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2001)
Characterization of fly ash from bio and municipal waste
Ana T. Lima;Lisbeth M. Ottosen;Anne Juul Pedersen;Alexandra B. Ribeiro.
Biomass & Bioenergy (2008)
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