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Under anaerobic conditions, common microbial communities can break the ultra-strong carbon-fluorine bond
The use of sulfite and iodide under ultraviolet light can destroy PFAS in water in a few hours
It's the time of year when Inland Southern California becomes a 27,000-square-mile skillet. We asked UC Riverside physicians how to stay safe and hydrated.
Activated carbon made from corn stover filters 98% of a pollutant from water
Water disinfectant reacts with chromium in iron pipes to form hexavalent chromium
Vegetation changes can outweigh climate change in rangeland water budgets
A team of UCR water economists finds certain types of water conservation could have unintended consequences
Scientists call for more research to understand whether water treatment methods kill the virus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic
Excess electrons could help break the strong chemical bonds in products that contaminate water supplies
The research will improve understanding of catalysis and develop new photodetection technologies
An electrospun nanofiber uniquely suited to removing nitrogen and phosphorous could help prevent nitrate contamination of drinking water in small, rural communities most at risk
Research finds ways to remove more of the tricky substances that can squeak through water treatment