William Mitch
William Mitch
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University
Verified email at stanford.edu - Homepage
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N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) as a drinking water contaminant: a review
WA Mitch, JO Sharp, RR Trussell, RL Valentine, L Alvarez-Cohen, ...
Environmental Engineering Science 20 (5), 389-404, 2003
7122003
Formation of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) from dimethylamine during chlorination
WA Mitch, DL Sedlak
Environmental Science & Technology 36 (4), 588-595, 2002
6092002
Halonitroalkanes, halonitriles, haloamides, and N-nitrosamines: a critical review of nitrogenous disinfection byproduct formation pathways
AD Shah, WA Mitch
Environmental Science & Technology 46 (1), 119-131, 2012
4132012
Effect of halide ions and carbonates on organic contaminant degradation by hydroxyl radical-based advanced oxidation processes in saline waters
JE Grebel, JJ Pignatello, WA Mitch
Environmental science & technology 44 (17), 6822-6828, 2010
3862010
Characterization and fate of N-nitrosodimethylamine precursors in municipal wastewater treatment plants
WA Mitch, DL Sedlak
Environmental science & technology 38 (5), 1445-1454, 2004
3692004
Comparison of halide impacts on the efficiency of contaminant degradation by sulfate and hydroxyl radical-based advanced oxidation processes (AOPs)
Y Yang, JJ Pignatello, J Ma, WA Mitch
Environmental science & technology 48 (4), 2344-2351, 2014
3492014
A N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) precursor analysis for chlorination of water and wastewater
WA Mitch, AC Gerecke, DL Sedlak
Water research 37 (15), 3733-3741, 2003
3272003
Formation, precursors, control, and occurrence of nitrosamines in drinking water: a review
SW Krasner, WA Mitch, DL McCurry, D Hanigan, P Westerhoff
Water research 47 (13), 4433-4450, 2013
3222013
Nitrosamine formation pathway revisited: the importance of chloramine speciation and dissolved oxygen
IM Schreiber, WA Mitch
Environmental Science & Technology 40 (19), 6007-6014, 2006
2902006
Influence of the order of reagent addition on NDMA formation during chloramination
IM Schreiber, WA Mitch
Environmental Science & Technology 39 (10), 3811-3818, 2005
2052005
Iodide, bromide, and ammonium in hydraulic fracturing and oil and gas wastewaters: environmental implications
JS Harkness, GS Dwyer, NR Warner, KM Parker, WA Mitch, A Vengosh
Environmental science & technology 49 (3), 1955-1963, 2015
1702015
Sources and fate of nitrosodimethylamine and its precursors in municipal wastewater treatment plants
DL Sedlak, RA Deeb, EL Hawley, WA Mitch, TD Durbin, S Mowbray, ...
Water Environment Research 77 (1), 32-39, 2005
1692005
Nitrile, aldehyde, and halonitroalkane formation during chlorination/chloramination of primary amines
SH Joo, WA Mitch
Environmental science & technology 41 (4), 1288-1296, 2007
1452007
Quaternary amines as nitrosamine precursors: a role for consumer products?
JM Kemper, SS Walse, WA Mitch
Environmental science & technology 44 (4), 1224-1231, 2010
1422010
Drinking water disinfection byproducts (DBPs) and human health effects: multidisciplinary challenges and opportunities
XF Li, WA Mitch
Environmental Science & Technology 52 (4), 1681-1689, 2018
1312018
Occurrence and formation of nitrogenous disinfection by-products
WA Mitch
Water Research Foundation, 2009
1302009
Enhanced formation of disinfection byproducts in shale gas wastewater-impacted drinking water supplies
KM Parker, T Zeng, J Harkness, A Vengosh, WA Mitch
Environmental science & technology 48 (19), 11161-11169, 2014
1292014
Occurrence and fate of nitrosamines and nitrosamine precursors in wastewater-impacted surface waters using boron as a conservative tracer
IM Schreiber, WA Mitch
Environmental science & technology 40 (10), 3203-3210, 2006
1282006
Nitrosamine carcinogens also swim in chlorinated pools
SS Walse, WA Mitch
Environmental science & technology 42 (4), 1032-1037, 2008
1242008
Trade-Offs in Disinfection Byproduct Formation Associated with Precursor Preoxidation for Control of N-Nitrosodimethylamine Formation
AD Shah, SW Krasner, CFT Lee, U von Gunten, WA Mitch
Environmental Science & Technology 46 (9), 4809-4818, 2012
1232012
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