2023 - Research.com Chemistry in Australia Leader Award
2018 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For leadership in water treatment and environmental management.
T. David Waite spends much of his time researching Inorganic chemistry, Aqueous solution, Superoxide, Ferrous and Dissolution. T. David Waite studies Redox which is a part of Inorganic chemistry. His research in Aqueous solution intersects with topics in Lepidocrocite, Chemical kinetics, Chemiluminescence, Radical and Sonochemistry.
His research integrates issues of Reactive oxygen species, Oxidative phosphorylation, Oxygen and Disproportionation in his study of Superoxide. His Ferrous study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ferric, Chemical decomposition, Oxidizing agent and Zerovalent iron. His Dissolution study combines topics in areas such as Colloid and Iron oxide.
His primary scientific interests are in Inorganic chemistry, Adsorption, Environmental chemistry, Membrane and Superoxide. His Inorganic chemistry research incorporates elements of Ferrous, Hydrogen peroxide, Oxygen and Aqueous solution. The study incorporates disciplines such as Capacitive deionization and Brackish water in addition to Adsorption.
His Environmental chemistry research integrates issues from Seawater, Sulfate and Mineralogy. T. David Waite combines subjects such as Chromatography and Chemical engineering with his study of Membrane. His research integrates issues of Photochemistry, Reactive oxygen species, Ligand and Chemiluminescence in his study of Superoxide.
His primary areas of study are Capacitive deionization, Desalination, Adsorption, Chemical engineering and Brackish water. His work deals with themes such as Reagent, Pellets, Crystallization and Flow, which intersect with Capacitive deionization. The various areas that T. David Waite examines in his Adsorption study include Inorganic chemistry, Microfiltration, Membrane and Hydroxyl radical.
When carried out as part of a general Inorganic chemistry research project, his work on Stripping is frequently linked to work in Low energy, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mass transfer, Electrochemistry and Aqueous solution. He has included themes like Environmental chemistry, Desorption, Photovoltaics and Groundwater in his Brackish water study.
His primary areas of investigation include Capacitive deionization, Desalination, Brackish water, Adsorption and Environmental engineering. T. David Waite has researched Capacitive deionization in several fields, including Reverse osmosis, Membrane stack and Process engineering. His work carried out in the field of Desalination brings together such families of science as Optoelectronics, Water recovery and Electrodialysis.
His Brackish water research includes themes of Environmental chemistry, Desorption, Renewable energy and Groundwater. His work in Environmental engineering tackles topics such as Flow which are related to areas like Seawater. He interconnects Inorganic chemistry, Stripping and Ammonia in the investigation of issues within Air stripping.
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Electronic spectra of Fe3+ oxides and oxide hydroxides in the near IR to near UV
David M. Sherman;T. David Waite.
American Mineralogist (1985)
Distinguishing between terrestrial and autochthonous organic matter sources in marine environments using fluorescence spectroscopy
Kathleen R. Murphy;Kathleen R. Murphy;Colin A. Stedmon;T. David Waite;Gregory M. Ruiz.
Marine Chemistry (2008)
Fenton-like copper redox chemistry revisited: Hydrogen peroxide and superoxide mediation of copper-catalyzed oxidant production
A. Ninh Pham;Guowei Xing;Christopher J. Miller;T. David Waite.
Journal of Catalysis (2013)
Oxidative degradation of the carbothioate herbicide, molinate, using nanoscale zero-valent iron.
Sung Hee Joo;and Andrew J. Feitz;T. David Waite.
Environmental Science & Technology (2004)
Quantification of the Oxidizing Capacity of Nanoparticulate Zero-Valent Iron
Sung Hee Joo;Andrew J Feitz;David L Sedlak;T David Waite.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
Faradaic reactions in capacitive deionization (CDI) - problems and possibilities: A review.
Changyong Zhang;Di He;Jinxing Ma;Wangwang Tang.
Water Research (2018)
Photoreductive dissolution of colloidal iron oxides in natural waters.
T. David. Waite;Francois M. M. Morel.
Environmental Science & Technology (1984)
Kinetic Model for Fe(II) Oxidation in Seawater in the Absence and Presence of Natural Organic Matter
Andrew L Rose;T David Waite.
Environmental Science & Technology (2002)
Methods for reactive oxygen species (ROS) detection in aqueous environments
Justina M. Burns;William J. Cooper;John L. Ferry;D. Whitney King.
Aquatic Sciences (2012)
The effect of silica and natural organic matter on the Fe(II)-catalysed transformation and reactivity of Fe(III) minerals
Adele M. Jones;Richard N. Collins;Jerome Rose;T. David Waite.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2009)
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