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Professor Irene M C Lo, Academician, European Academy of Sciences and Arts
Professor Irene M C Lo, Academician, European Academy of Sciences and Arts
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
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Removal and recovery of Cr (VI) from wastewater by maghemite nanoparticles
J Hu, G Chen, IMC Lo
Water research 39 (18), 4528-4536, 2005
12642005
Magnetic nanoparticles: essential factors for sustainable environmental applications
SCN Tang, IMC Lo
Water research 47 (8), 2613-2632, 2013
9962013
The limitations of applying zero-valent iron technology in contaminants sequestration and the corresponding countermeasures: the development in zero-valent iron technology in …
X Guan, Y Sun, H Qin, J Li, IMC Lo, D He, H Dong
Water research 75, 224-248, 2015
8962015
Heavy metal speciation and leaching behaviors in cement based solidified/stabilized waste materials
XD Li, CS Poon, H Sun, IMC Lo, DW Kirk
Journal of hazardous materials 82 (3), 215-230, 2001
5272001
Selective phosphate removal from water and wastewater using sorption: process fundamentals and removal mechanisms
B Wu, J Wan, Y Zhang, B Pan, IMC Lo
Environmental science & technology 54 (1), 50-66, 2019
4972019
Selective removal of heavy metals from industrial wastewater using maghemite nanoparticle: performance and mechanisms
J Hu, G Chen, IMC Lo
Journal of environmental engineering 132 (7), 709-715, 2006
4342006
Comparative environmental evaluation of aggregate production from recycled waste materials and virgin sources by LCA
MU Hossain, CS Poon, IMC Lo, JCP Cheng
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 109, 67-77, 2016
4332016
Fast removal and recovery of Cr (VI) using surface-modified jacobsite (MnFe2O4) nanoparticles
J Hu, IMC Lo, G Chen
Langmuir 21 (24), 11173-11179, 2005
3912005
Comparative study of various magnetic nanoparticles for Cr (VI) removal
J Hu, IMC Lo, G Chen
Separation and Purification Technology 56 (3), 249-256, 2007
3732007
Characteristics and treatment of leachates from domestic landfills
IMC Lo
Environment International 22 (4), 433-442, 1996
3441996
Removal of Cr (VI) by magnetite
J Hu, IMC Lo, G Chen
Water Science and Technology 50 (12), 139-146, 2004
3182004
Highly efficient and selective phosphate removal from wastewater by magnetically recoverable La (OH) 3/Fe3O4 nanocomposites
B Wu, L Fang, JD Fortner, X Guan, IMC Lo
Water research 126, 179-188, 2017
3072017
A holistic review of hydrogel applications in the adsorptive removal of aqueous pollutants: recent progress, challenges, and perspectives
M Khan, IMC Lo
Water research 106, 259-271, 2016
2992016
Synthesis of mesoporous magnetic γ-Fe2O3 and its application to Cr (VI) removal from contaminated water
P Wang, IMC Lo
Water research 43 (15), 3727-3734, 2009
2772009
Removal of chromium (VI) by acid-washed zero-valent iron under various groundwater geochemistry conditions
KCK Lai, IMC Lo
Environmental Science & Technology 42 (4), 1238-1244, 2008
2712008
Comparative LCA on using waste materials in the cement industry: A Hong Kong case study
MU Hossain, CS Poon, IMC Lo, JCP Cheng
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 120, 199-208, 2017
2182017
Recent developments and challenges in practical application of visible–light–driven TiO2–based heterojunctions for PPCP degradation: a critical review
A Kumar, M Khan, J He, IMC Lo
Water research 170, 115356, 2020
2162020
Effects of moisture content of food waste on residue separation, larval growth and larval survival in black soldier fly bioconversion
JYK Cheng, SLH Chiu, IMC Lo
Waste management 67, 315-323, 2017
2082017
Performance and mechanism of chromate (VI) adsorption by δ-FeOOH-coated maghemite (γ-Fe2O3) nanoparticles
J Hu, IMC Lo, G Chen
Separation and Purification Technology 58 (1), 76-82, 2007
2072007
Chromium (VI) reduction kinetics by zero-valent iron in moderately hard water with humic acid: iron dissolution and humic acid adsorption
T Liu, DCW Tsang, IMC Lo
Environmental Science & Technology 42 (6), 2092-2098, 2008
1912008
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