Environmental chemistry, Wastewater, Water quality, Reverse osmosis and Chromatography are his primary areas of study. His Environmental chemistry research integrates issues from Fouling, Sorption, Sewage, Contamination and Biodegradation. His studies deal with areas such as Surface water, Effluent and Sewage treatment as well as Wastewater.
The various areas that Stuart J. Khan examines in his Water quality study include Water treatment, Waste management, Environmental engineering and Bioassay. The Reverse osmosis study combines topics in areas such as Osmosis and Nanofiltration. His work in Chromatography covers topics such as Chemical engineering which are related to areas like Filtration and Membrane technology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental chemistry, Wastewater, Chromatography, Water quality and Reverse osmosis. His studies in Environmental chemistry integrate themes in fields like Organic matter, Sewage, Contamination, Biodegradation and Bioreactor. His Wastewater research incorporates elements of Pulp and paper industry, Effluent and Sewage treatment.
His biological study deals with issues like Membrane bioreactor, which deal with fields such as Environmental impact of pharmaceuticals and personal care products. His Water quality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Water treatment, Environmental engineering, Extreme weather, Environmental planning and Reclaimed water. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Reverse osmosis, concentrating on Nanofiltration and intersecting with Membrane fouling, Chemical engineering and Fouling.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental chemistry, Water quality, Wastewater, Pulp and paper industry and Contamination. His study looks at the intersection of Environmental chemistry and topics like Sorption with Anaerobic digestion, Waste treatment and Methane. His research integrates issues of Environmental engineering and Environmental planning in his study of Water quality.
His Wastewater research includes elements of Sediment, Membrane fouling and Adsorption. Stuart J. Khan interconnects Organic matter, Natural organic matter, Stability and Biogas in the investigation of issues within Pulp and paper industry. Stuart J. Khan combines subjects such as Seawater and Pollutant with his study of Contamination.
His main research concerns Water quality, Pulp and paper industry, Contamination, Sorption and Biodegradation. The concepts of his Water quality study are interwoven with issues in Reclaimed water, Upstream and Environmental planning. His work investigates the relationship between Pulp and paper industry and topics such as Wastewater that intersect with problems in Hydrogen and Sulfur.
His Contamination research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental chemistry and Bioassay. His work carried out in the field of Sorption brings together such families of science as Anaerobic digestion, Waste treatment, Sewage treatment and Bioreactor. His Biodegradation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Membrane technology and Membrane bioreactor.
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Fluorescence as a potential monitoring tool for recycled water systems: a review.
R.K. Henderson;A. Baker;A. Baker;K.R. Murphy;K.R. Murphy;A. Hambly.
Water Research (2009)
Fate of antibiotics during municipal water recycling treatment processes
N. Le-Minh;S.J. Khan;J.E. Drewes;J.E. Drewes;R.M. Stuetz.
Water Research (2010)
Organic Matter Fluorescence in Municipal Water Recycling Schemes: Toward a Unified PARAFAC Model
Kathleen R. Murphy;Adam Hambly;Sachin Singh;Rita K. Henderson.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
Removal of trace organics by MBR treatment: the role of molecular properties
Nichanan Tadkaew;Faisal I. Hai;James A. McDonald;Stuart J. Khan.
Water Research (2011)
The role of membrane processes in municipal wastewater reclamation and reuse
T. Wintgens;T. Melin;Andrea Schäfer;S. Khan.
Combining MBR and NF/RO membrane filtration for the removal of trace organics in indirect potable water reuse applications
Abdulhakeem Ali Alturki;Nichanan Tadkaew;James A. McDonald;Stuart J. Khan.
Journal of Membrane Science (2010)
Modelling of pharmaceutical residues in Australian sewage by quantities of use and fugacity calculations.
Stuart J. Khan;Jerry E. Ongerth.
Sorption of emerging trace organic compounds onto wastewater sludge solids.
John Stevens-Garmon;Jörg E. Drewes;Stuart J. Khan;James A. McDonald.
Water Research (2011)
Performance of a novel osmotic membrane bioreactor (OMBR) system: flux stability and removal of trace organics.
Abdulhakeem Alturki;James McDonald;Stuart J. Khan;Faisal I. Hai.
Bioresource Technology (2012)
Removal of trace organic contaminants by the forward osmosis process
Abdulhakeem Alturki;James McDonald;Stuart Khan;William Price.
Separation and Purification Technology (2013)
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