From Pesticides to PFASs: Effects of Black Carbon on the Fate and Transport of Dissolved Organic Contaminants (2021-10-01 and 2021-12-03)

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From Pesticides to PFASs: Effects of Black Carbon on the Fate and Transport of Dissolved Organic Contaminants (2021-10-01 and 2021-12-03)

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2021

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Semi-polar dissolved organic contaminants such as pesticides and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) are often both biologically active and highly mobile in aquatic systems, causing health concerns for humans and aquatic ecosystems. Black carbon materials such as biochar and activated carbon can adsorb dissolved organic contaminants, reducing contaminant mobility and potentially providing conditions favorable for degradation. This seminar will focus on fundamental and applied studies assessing the effects of black carbons on the fate and transport of (i) pesticides in stormwater treatment systems, and (ii) PFASs in activated carbon adsorption systems.

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There are posters for this event taking place on two different days, 10/1/21 and 12/3/21. It is unclear if the seminar happened twice or if the first instance was canceled. Friday, October 1, 2021, 3:00 p.m.; Chem 200; Dr. Bridget Ulrich, Aqueous Geochemist, Environmental Chemistry Program Leader, NRRI

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Ulrich, Bridget; University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. (2021). From Pesticides to PFASs: Effects of Black Carbon on the Fate and Transport of Dissolved Organic Contaminants (2021-10-01 and 2021-12-03). Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/227567.

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