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2018
Maharaj, B.C., M.R. Mattei, L. Frunzo, E.D. van Hullebusch, and G. Esposito. "ADM1 based mathematical model of trace element precipitation/dissolution in anaerobic digestion processes." Bioresource Technology 267 (2018): 666-676.
2016
Mousset, E., L. Frunzo, G. Esposito, E.D.V. Hullebusch, N. Oturan, and M.A. Oturan. "A complete phenol oxidation pathway obtained during electro-Fenton treatment and validated by a kinetic model study." Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 180 (2016): 189-198.
van Hullebusch, E.D., G. Guibaud, S. Simon, M. Lenz, S.S. Yekta, F.G. Fermoso, R. Jain, L. Duester, J. Roussel, E. Guillon et al. "Methodological approaches for fractionation and speciation to estimate trace element bioavailability in engineered anaerobic digestion ecosystems: An overview." Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 46 (2016): 1324-1366.
2015
Fermoso, F.G., E.D. van Hullebusch, G. Guibaud, G. Collins, B.H. Svensson, C. Carliell-Marquet, J.P.M. Vink, G. Esposito, and L. Frunzo. Fate of trace metals in anaerobic digestion In Biogas Science and Technology., 2015.
Fermoso, F.G., E.D. van Hullebusch, G. Guibaud, G. Collins, B.H. Svensson, C. Carliell-Marquet, J.P.M. Vink, G. Esposito, and L. Frunzo. "Fate of trace metals in anaerobic digestion." Advances in Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology 151 (2015): 171-195.
Liotta, F., P. Chatellier, G. Esposito, M. Fabbricino, L. Frunzo, E.D. van Hullebusch, P.N.L. Lens, and F. Pirozzi. "Modified Anaerobic Digestion Model No.1 for dry and semi-dry anaerobic digestion of solid organic waste." Environmental Technology (United Kingdom) 36 (2015): 870-880.
2014
Liotta, F., G. D'Antonio, G. Esposito, M. Fabbricino, L. Frunzo, E.D. van Hullebusch, P.N. Lens, and F. Pirozzi. "Effect of moisture on disintegration kinetics during anaerobic digestion of complex organic substrates." Waste Management and Research 32 (2014): 40-48.