The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental chemistry, Water treatment, Organic matter, Trihalomethane and Ion exchange. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Surface water, Chlorine, Halide, Environmental impact of pharmaceuticals and personal care products and Gas chromatography–mass spectrometry. His Chlorine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ultraviolet absorbance and Carbon.
When carried out as part of a general Water treatment research project, his work on Haloacetic acids is frequently linked to work in Risk management, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The Trihalomethane study which covers Disinfection by-product that intersects with Water quality and Carboxylic acid. His Ion exchange research incorporates elements of Nuclear chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Stoichiometry, Potentiometric titration and Dissolved organic carbon.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental chemistry, Water treatment, Trihalomethane, Environmental engineering and Haloacetic acids. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Organic matter, Chlorine, By-product and Raw water. His Chlorine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chemical reaction, Surface water, Disinfectant, Wastewater and Chloroform.
His Water treatment study combines topics in areas such as Flocculation, Bromide, Coagulation, Dissolved organic carbon and Ozone. His Bromide research incorporates themes from Ion exchange, Alkalinity and Nuclear chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Trihalomethane brings together such families of science as Tap water and Disinfection by-product.
Philip C. Singer focuses on Environmental chemistry, Trihalomethane, Ion exchange, Water treatment and Haloacetic acids. His Environmental chemistry study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Portable water purification. His research integrates issues of Water use, Tap water and Disinfection by-product in his study of Trihalomethane.
Philip C. Singer combines subjects such as Organic matter, Nuclear chemistry and Inorganic chemistry, Ion-exchange resin, Bromide with his study of Ion exchange. His Water treatment research integrates issues from Raw water, Chlorine, Water quality, Coagulation and Flocculation. Philip C. Singer interconnects Residence time and By-product in the investigation of issues within Haloacetic acids.
His main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Ion exchange, Organic matter and Dissolved organic carbon. His study in Environmental chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Photochemistry, Surgery and By-product. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Stoichiometry, Langmuir adsorption model, Potentiometric titration and Calcite.
His studies deal with areas such as Ion-exchange resin, Bromide and Chloride as well as Ion exchange. Philip C. Singer has researched Dissolved organic carbon in several fields, including Water treatment, Flocculation and Raw water. The study incorporates disciplines such as Coagulation, Water quality, Alum and Total organic carbon in addition to Water treatment.
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Acidic mine drainage: the rate-determining step
Philip C. Singer;Werner Stumm.
Chlorination of humic materials: byproduct formation and chemical interpretations
David A. Reckhow;Philip C. Singer;Ronald L. Malcolm.
Environmental Science & Technology (1990)
Factors influencing the formation and relative distribution of haloacetic acids and trihalomethanes in drinking water.
Lin Liang;Philip C. Singer.
Environmental Science & Technology (2003)
Control of Disinfection By‐Products in Drinking Water
Philip C. Singer.
Journal of Environmental Engineering (1994)
Occurrence and removal of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) in an advanced wastewater reclamation plant
Xin Yang;Riley C. Flowers;Howard S. Weinberg;Philip C. Singer.
Water Research (2011)
Effect of Bromide Ion on Haloacetic Acid Speciation Resulting from Chlorination and Chloramination of Aquatic Humic Substances
Gretchen A. Cowman;Philip C. Singer.
Environmental Science & Technology (1996)
Humic Substances as Precursors for Potentially Harmful Disinfection By-Products
Water Science and Technology (1999)
Complexation of iron(II) by organic matter and its effect on iron(II) oxygenation
Thomas L. Theis;Philip C. Singer.
Environmental Science & Technology (1974)
UV degradation kinetics and modeling of pharmaceutical compounds in laboratory grade and surface water via direct and indirect photolysis at 254 nm
Vanessa J. Pereira;Howard S. Weinberg;Karl G. Linden;Philip C. Singer.
Environmental Science & Technology (2007)
The Removal of Organic Halide Precursors by Preozonation and Alum Coagulation
David A. Reckhow;Philip C. Singer.
Journal American Water Works Association (1984)
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