The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Enhanced biological phosphorus removal, Bioreactor, Activated sludge, Pulp and paper industry and Sequencing batch reactor. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Phosphorus and Biochemistry. Her research investigates the connection between Phosphorus and topics such as Denitrification that intersect with problems in Nitrite, Nitrification and Nitrous acid.
Her work deals with themes such as Wastewater, Flocculation, Chromatography and Biodegradation, which intersect with Bioreactor. Her Activated sludge study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Waste management. Her primary area of study in Sequencing batch reactor is in the field of Aerobic granulation.
Maite Pijuan focuses on Enhanced biological phosphorus removal, Wastewater, Nitrite, Pulp and paper industry and Activated sludge. Her research in Enhanced biological phosphorus removal intersects with topics in Phosphorus, Phosphorus metabolism, Biochemistry and Polyhydroxyalkanoates. Her studies deal with areas such as Nitrification and Granule as well as Wastewater.
Maite Pijuan has researched Nitrite in several fields, including Denitrification, Nitrous acid, Nuclear chemistry and Nitrous oxide. Her Pulp and paper industry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Methane, Waste disposal, Sequencing batch reactor and Bioreactor. Her research integrates issues of Chromatography and Sewage in her study of Bioreactor.
Maite Pijuan mainly focuses on Environmental chemistry, Anaerobic digestion, Nitrite, Wastewater and Denitrification. Maite Pijuan interconnects Aeration, Heterotroph and Sequencing batch reactor in the investigation of issues within Environmental chemistry. Maite Pijuan combines subjects such as Nitrous acid, Biodegradation and Chemical oxygen demand with her study of Anaerobic digestion.
Her Nitrous acid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Methane production, Activated sludge and Solubility. Environmentally friendly is closely connected to Sewage treatment in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Nitrite. The concepts of her Wastewater study are interwoven with issues in Microorganism, Pulp and paper industry and Sewage.
Her primary areas of investigation include Anammox, Ammonium, Food science, Nitrate and Nitrite. Ammonium and Nitrous oxide are commonly linked in her work. Her Food science research incorporates themes from Activated sludge, Organic matter, Chemical oxygen demand and Oxygen.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Solubility, Biodegradation, Anaerobic digestion and Nitrous acid in addition to Oxygen. Her studies in Nitrate integrate themes in fields like Denitrification, Denitrifying bacteria, Environmental chemistry, Anoxic waters and Enhanced biological phosphorus removal. Her work carried out in the field of Nitrite brings together such families of science as Polyphosphate-accumulating organisms and Tetrasphaera.
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Free nitrous acid inhibition on nitrous oxide reduction by a denitrifying-enhanced biological phosphorus removal sludge.
Yan Zhou;Maite Pijuan;Raymond J. Zeng;Zhiguo Yuan.
Environmental Science & Technology (2008)
Enhanced biological phosphorus removal in a sequencing batch reactor using propionate as the sole carbon source
M. Pijuan;A.M. Saunders;A. Guisasola;J.A. Baeza.
Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2004)
Enhanced sulfamethoxazole degradation through ammonia oxidizing bacteria co-metabolism and fate of transformation products
Elissavet Kassotaki;Gianluigi Buttiglieri;Laura Ferrando-Climent;Ignasi Rodriguez-Roda;Ignasi Rodriguez-Roda.
Water Research (2016)
Free nitrous acid inhibition on anoxic phosphorus uptake and denitrification by poly‐phosphate accumulating organisms
Yan Zhou;Maite Pijuan;Zhiguo Yuan.
Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2007)
Gel-forming exopolysaccharides explain basic differences between structures of aerobic sludge granules and floccular sludges.
Thomas Seviour;Maite Pijuan;Timothy Nicholson;Jürg Keller.
Water Research (2009)
Enhancing aerobic granulation for biological nutrient removal from domestic wastewater
Marta Coma;M Verawaty;M Pijuan;M Pijuan;Z Yuan.
Bioresource Technology (2012)
Reducing the startup time of aerobic granular sludge reactors through seeding floccular sludge with crushed aerobic granules.
Maite Pijuan;Ursula Werner;Zhiguo Yuan.
Water Research (2011)
Free nitrous acid inhibition on the aerobic metabolism of poly-phosphate accumulating organisms.
Maite Pijuan;Liu Ye;Liu Ye;Zhiguo Yuan.
Water Research (2010)
Could polyphosphate-accumulating organisms (PAOs) be glycogen-accumulating organisms (GAOs)?
Yan Zhou;Maite Pijuan;Raymond J. Zeng;Huabing Lu.
Water Research (2008)
Determining the mechanisms for aerobic granulation from mixed seed of floccular and crushed granules in activated sludge wastewater treatment.
M. Verawaty;M. Pijuan;M. Pijuan;Z. Yuan;P.L. Bond.
Water Research (2012)
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