His primary areas of study are Photocatalysis, Environmental chemistry, Wastewater, Water treatment and Sewage treatment. His Photocatalysis study combines topics in areas such as Aqueous solution, Pilot plant, Pollutant and Titanium dioxide. The Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Atrazine, Mineralization, Biodegradation, Human decontamination and Solar photocatalysis.
The concepts of his Wastewater study are interwoven with issues in Waste disposal, Hydrogen peroxide, Effluent and Nuclear chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Chemical engineering and Reuse in addition to Water treatment. Sewage treatment is a subfield of Waste management that Sixto Malato tackles.
Sixto Malato spends much of his time researching Photocatalysis, Environmental chemistry, Wastewater, Pilot plant and Effluent. His Photocatalysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Water treatment, Chemical engineering, Titanium dioxide and Mineralization. His study explores the link between Environmental chemistry and topics such as Biodegradation that cross with problems in Activated sludge.
His Wastewater research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Pulp and paper industry, Hydrogen peroxide and Sewage treatment. As a member of one scientific family, Sixto Malato mostly works in the field of Effluent, focusing on Nuclear chemistry and, on occasion, Chromatography. The various areas that Sixto Malato examines in his Waste management study include Environmental engineering and Solar photocatalysis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Wastewater, Effluent, Photocatalysis, Environmental chemistry and Pilot plant. He combines subjects such as Pulp and paper industry and Sewage treatment with his study of Wastewater. While the research belongs to areas of Effluent, Sixto Malato spends his time largely on the problem of Chloride, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Sulfate.
To a larger extent, he studies Catalysis with the aim of understanding Photocatalysis. His Environmental chemistry study also includes
His primary scientific interests are in Wastewater, Photocatalysis, Effluent, Environmental chemistry and EDDS. His Wastewater study often links to related topics such as Sewage treatment. His Photocatalysis research is under the purview of Catalysis.
Effluent is the subject of his research, which falls under Waste management. His Environmental chemistry research integrates issues from Microorganism, Organic matter, Chromatography and Phenol. As part of one scientific family, Sixto Malato deals mainly with the area of Pilot plant, narrowing it down to issues related to the Natural water, and often Oxidizing agent and Peroxydisulfate.
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Decontamination and disinfection of water by solar photocatalysis: Recent overview and trends
S. Malato;P. Fernández-Ibáñez;M.I. Maldonado;J. Blanco.
Catalysis Today (2009)
Combination of Advanced Oxidation Processes and biological treatments for wastewater decontamination—A review
I. Oller;S. Malato;J.A. Sánchez-Pérez.
Science of The Total Environment (2011)
Photocatalysis with solar energy at a pilot-plant scale: an overview
Sixto Malato;Julián Blanco;Alfonso Vidal;Christoph Richter.
Applied Catalysis B-environmental (2002)
Advanced oxidation processes for water treatment: advances and trends for R & D
Christos Comninellis;Agnieszka Kapalka;Sixto Malato;Simon A Parsons.
Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology (2008)
Solar photocatalysis: Materials, reactors, some commercial, and pre-industrialized applications. A comprehensive approach
Danilo Spasiano;Raffaele Marotta;Sixto Malato;Pilar Fernandez-Ibañez.
Applied Catalysis B-environmental (2015)
The photo-fenton reaction and the TiO2/UV process for waste water treatment − novel developments
R. Bauer;G. Waldner;H. Fallmann;S. Hager.
Catalysis Today (1999)
Photocatalytic treatment of water-soluble pesticides by photo-Fenton and TiO2 using solar energy
S Malato;J Blanco;J Cáceres;A.R Fernández-Alba.
Catalysis Today (2002)
Photo-fenton degradation of diclofenac: identification of main intermediates and degradation pathway.
Leónidas A Pérez-Estrada;Sixto Malato;Wolfgang Gernjak;Ana Agüera.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
Solar photocatalysis: a clean process for water detoxification.
Didier Robert;Sixto Malato.
Science of The Total Environment (2002)
Degradation of sulfamethoxazole in water by solar photo-Fenton. Chemical and toxicological evaluation.
Alam G. Trovo;Raquel Fernandes Pupo Nogueira;Ana Aguera;Amadeo R. Fernandez-Alba.
Water Research (2009)
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