Peer-Reviewed Papers

335. Robust graphene-based monoliths of homogeneous ultramicroporosity. Teresa J. Bandosz, Shuwen Wang, Daiki Minami, Katsumi Kaneko. Carbon. Volume 87, June 2015, 87–97

334. Effect of chemical heterogeneity on photoluminescence of graphite oxide treated with S-/N-containing modifiers. Amani M. Ebrahim, Enrique Rodríguez-Castellón, José María Montenegro, Teresa J. Bandosz, Applied Surface Science Volume 332, 30 March 2015, 272–280

333. Activated carbon-based gas sensors: effects of surface features on the sensing mechanism, Nikolina A. Travlou,  Mykola Seredych,  Enrique Rodríguez-Castellón and Teresa J. Bandosz  J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015, 3, 3821-3831

332. Adsorption of carbamazepine on sludge/fish waste derived adsorbents: Effect of surface chemistry and texture. Lilja Nielsen, Pengfei Zhang, Teresa J. Bandosz. Chemical Engineering Journal. Volume 267, 1 May 2015, 170–181

331. Visible light enhanced removal of a sulfur mustard gas surrogate from a vapor phase on novel hydrous ferric oxide/graphite oxide composites. Javier A. Arcibar-Orozco and Teresa J. Bandosz J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015,3, 220-231 DOI: 10.1039/C4TA04159C

330. Effects of surface heterogeneity of cobalt oxyhydroxide/graphite oxide composites on reactive adsorption of hydrogen sulfide. Marc Florent, Teresa J. Bandosz,. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials . Volume 204, 1 March 2015, 8–14.

329. Role of Surface Chemistry and Morphology in the Reactive Adsorption of H2S on Iron (Hydr)Oxide/Graphite Oxide Composites. Javier A. Arcibar-Orozco , Rajiv Wallace , Joshua K. Mitchell , and Teresa J. Bandosz Langmuir, 2015, 31 (9), 2730–2742

328. Reactive adsorption of pharmaceuticals on tin oxide pillared montmorillonite: Effect of visible light exposure. Carla B. Vidal, André B. dos Santos, Ronaldo F. do Nascimento, Teresa J. Bandosz, Chemical Engineering Journal. Volume 259, 1 January 2015, 865–875

327. Enhanced reactive adsorption of H2S on Cu–BTC/ S- and N-doped GO composites. Amani M. Ebrahim, Jacek Jagiello and Teresa J. Bandosz J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015,3, 8194-8204

326. New copper/GO based material as an efficient oxygen reduction catalyst in an alkaline medium: The role of unique Cu/rGO architecture. Conchi O. Ania, Mykola Seredych, Enrique Rodriguez-Castellon, Teresa J. Bandosz,. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental. Volume 163, February 2015, Pages 424–435

325. Key role of terminal hydroxyl groups and visible light in the reactive, adsorption/catalytic conversion of mustard gas surrogate on zinc (hydr)oxides. Dimitrios A. Giannakoudakis, Javier A. Arcibar-Orozco, Teresa J. Bandosz,  Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, Volumes 174–175, September 2015, Pages 96–104

324. Removal of hydrogen sulfide at ambient conditions on cadmium/GO-based composite adsorbents. Marc Florent, Rajiv Wallace, Teresa J. Bandosz.  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. Volume 448, 15 June 2015, Pages 573–581

323. Comparison of melamine resin and melamine network as precursors for carbon electrodes. Erika Fiset , Thomas E. Rufford, Mykola Seredych, Teresa J. Bandosz, Denisa Hulicova-Jurcakova, Carbon Volume 81, January 2015, Pages 239–250

322. Engineering adsorbent surfaces: Metal-organic framework/graphite oxide composites.  C. Petit and T.J. Bandosz. J. Colloid Interface Sci., feature  article. DOI: 10.1016/j.jcis.2014.08.026  2015 , 447, 139–151

321. Nanoporous carbons as gas sensors: Exploring the surface sensitivity. Kavindra Singh, Nikolina A. Travlou, Svetlana Bashkova, Enrique Rodríguez-Castellón, Teresa J. Bandosz. Carbon. DOI: 10.1016/j.carbon.2014.08.055. Carbon (2014) 80, 183–192.

320. Insight into the Capacitive Performance of Sulfur‐Doped Nanoporous Carbons Modified by Addition of Graphene Phase, M Seredych, K Singh, TJ Bandosz – Electroanalysis (2014) 26, 109-120.

319. Photoluminescence of Nanoporous Carbons: Opening a New Application Route for Old Materials, TJ Bandosz, E Rodriguez-Castellon, JM Montenegro, M. Seredych, Carbon (2014) DOI: 10.1016/j.carbon.2014.05.070, (2014) 77, 651–659.

318. Luminescent carbon nanoparticles: effects of chemical functionalization, and evaluation of Ag+ sensing properties, Manuel Algarra, Bruno B. Campos,  Ksenija Radotić, Dragosav Mutavdžić, Teresa Bandosz, J. Jiménez-Jiménez, E. Rodriguez-Castellón, Joaquim C. G. Esteves da Silva, Journal of Materials Chemistry A (2014) 2, 8342-8351

317. Hybrid Solar cell of micro/mesoporous Zn(OH)2 and its graphite composites sensitized by CdSe quantum dots, SM Z. Islam ; Taposh Gayen ; Naing Tint ; Lingyan Shi ; Amani M. Ebrahim ; Mykola Seredych ; Teresa J. Bandosz ; Robert Alfano , J. Photon. Energy. 4(1), 043098 (Feb 18, 2014). doi:10.1117/1.JPE.4.043098

316. Carbon dots obtained using hydrothermal treatment of formaldehyde. Cell imaging in vitro, M. Algarra, M. Pérez-Martín, M. Cifuentes-Rueda, J. Jiménez-Jiménez, J. C. G. Esteves da Silva, T. J. Bandosz,  E. Rodríguez-Castellón, J. T. López Navarrete,  J. Casado, Nanoscale (2014)  6, 9071-9077

315. Complexity of CO2 adsorption  on nanoporous sulfur-doped carbons: Is surface chemistry an important factor?, M. Seredych, J. Jagiello, T.J.Bandosz, Carbon (2014) 74, 207-2017

314. On the photoactivity of S-doped nanoporous carbons: Importance of surface chemistry and porosity, M. Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, Chinese Journal of Catalysis (2014) 35, 807-814.

313. Carbon coated silica doped with cerium/zirconium mixed oxides as NO2 adsorbents at ambient conditions, A . Ebrahim, T.J. Bandosz, J. Phys. Chem. C (2014) 118, 8982-8992.

312. Effect of visible-light exposure and electrolyte oxygen content on capacitance of sulfur-doped carbon, K. Sing, M. Seredych. E. Castellon-Rodrigues, T.J. Bandosz, ChemElectroChem (2014) 1, 565-572.

311. Effect of amine modification on the properties of zirconium–carboxylic acid based materials and their applications as NO2 adsorbents at ambient conditions, Ebrahim, A,  Bandosz T. J., Microporous and  Mesoporous Materials (2014)  188, 149-162.

310. Removal of dorzolamide from biomedical wastewaters with adsorption onto graphite oxide/poly(acrylic acid) grafted chitosan nanocomposite, Kyzas, G.Z., Bikiaris, D.N., Seredych, M., Bandosz, T.J., Deliyanni, E.A., Bioresource Technology (2014) 152, 399-406

309. Cu-BTC/aminated graphite oxide composites as high-efficiency CO2 capture media, Policicchio, A., Zhao, Y., Zhong, Q., Agostino, R.G., Bandosz, T.J., ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces (2014)  6, 101-108.

308. Effect of surface chemical and structural heterogeneity of copper based MOF/graphite oxide composites on the adsorption of ammonia, Bashkova, S., Bandosz, T.J. , Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (2014) 417, 109-114.

307. Insight into the mechanism of CO2 adsorption on Cu-BTC and its composites with graphite oxide or aminated graphite oxide, Zhao, Y., Seredych, M., Jagiello, J., Zhong, Q., Bandosz, T.J., Chemical Engineering Journal (2014) 239, 399-407

306. Municipal waste conversion to hydrogen sulfide adsorbents: Investigation of the synergistic effects of sewage sludge/fish waste mixture, R. Wallace, M. Seredych P. Zhang, and T. J. Bandosz, Chemical Engineering Journal (2014) 237, 88-94

305. Effect of the graphene phase presence in nanoporous S-doped carbon on photoactivity in UV and visible light, M. Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, Appl. Catal. B: Environ. (2014) 147, 842-850

304. Confined space reduced graphite oxide doped with sulfur as metal-free oxygen reduction catalyst, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, Carbon (2014) 66, 227-233.

303. Visible light driven photoelectrochemical water splitting on metal free nanoporous carbon promoted by chromophoric functional groups, Conchi O. Ania, Mykola Seredych, Enrique Rodriguez-Castellon, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon  (2014) 79, 432–441.

302. Effect of visible light and electrode wetting on the capacitive performance of S- and N-doped nanoporous carbons: Importance of surface chemistry, Mykola Seredych, Enrique Rodríguez-Castellón, Mark J. Biggs, William Skinner, Teresa J. Bandosz, Cabon (2014) 78, 540-558.

301. The effects of activated carbon surface features on the reactive adsorption of carbamazepine and sulfamethoxazole, Lilja Nielsen, Mark J. Biggs, William Skinner, Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon (2014) 80, 419-432

300. Zinc (hydr)oxide/graphite oxide/AuNPs composites: Role of surface features in H2S reactive adsorption. Dimitrios A. Giannakoudakis, Teresa J. Bandosz. J. Colloid Interface Sci., DOI: 10.1016/j.jcis.2014.08.046, (2014) 436, 296–305

299. New CuxSy/nanoporous carbon composites as efficient oxygen reduction catalysts in alkaline medium, Mykola Seredych , Enrique Rodriguez-Castellon  and Teresa J. Bandosz, DOI: 10.1039/C4TA05342G (Paper) J. Mater. Chem. A, 2014, 2, 20164-20176

298. The effects of fabrication temperature on current-voltage characteristics and energy efficiencies of quantum dot sensitized ZnOH-GO hybrid solar cells, S. M. Z. Islam, Taposh Gayen, Naing Tint, Lingyan Shi, Mykola Seredych, Teresa J. Bandosz and Robert Alfano
, J. Appl. Phys. 116, 173102 (2014); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4899203

297. Insight into the Capacitive Performance of Sulfur‐Doped Nanoporous Carbons, Modified by Addition of Graphene Phase, M Seredych, K Singh, TJ Bandosz, Electroanalysis (2014) 26, 109-120.

296. Photoluminescence of Nanoporous Carbons: Opening a New Application Route for Old Materials, TJ Bandosz, E Rodriguez-Castellon, JM Montenegro, M. Seredych, Carbon (2014) DOI: 10.1016/j.carbon.2014.05.070

295. Luminescent carbon nanoparticles: effects of chemical functionalization, and evaluation of Ag+ sensing properties, Manuel Algarra, Bruno B. Campos, Ksenija Radotić, Dragosav Mutavdžić, Teresa Bandosz, J. Jiménez-Jiménez, E. Rodriguez-Castellón,, Joaquim C. G. Esteves da Silva, Journal of Materials Chemistry A (2014) 2, 8342-8351

294. Hybrid Solar cell of micro/mesoporous Zn(OH)2 and its graphite composites sensitized by CdSe quantum dots, SM Z. Islam ; Taposh Gayen ; Naing Tint ; Lingyan Shi ; Amani M. Ebrahim ; Mykola Seredych ; Teresa J. Bandosz ; Robert Alfano, J. Photon. Energy. 4(1), 043098 (Feb 18, 2014). doi:10.1117/1.JPE.4.043098

293. Carbon dots obtained using hydrotermla treatment of formaldehyde. Cell imaging in vitro, M. Algarra, M. Pérez-Martín, M. Cifuentes-Rueda, J. Jiménez-Jiménez, J. C. G. Esteves da Silva, T. J. Bandosz, E. Rodríguez-Castellón, J. T. López Navarrete, J. Casado, Nanoscale (2014) 6, 9071-9077

292. Complexity of CO2 adsorption on nanoporous sulfur-doped carbons: Is surface chemistry an important factor?, M. Seredych, J. Jagiello, T.J.Bandosz, Carbon (2014) 74, 207-2017

291. On the photoactivity of S-doped nanoporous carbons: Importance of surface chemistry and porosity, M. Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, Chinese Journal of Catalysis (2014) 35, 807-814.

290. Caron coated silica doped with cerium/zirconium mixed oxides as NO2 adsorbents at ambient conditions, A . Ebrahim, T.J. Bandosz, J. Phys. Chem. C (2014) 118, 8982-8992.

289. Effect of visible-light exposure and electrolyte oxygen content on capacitance of sulfur-doped carbon, K. Sing, M. Seredych. E. Castellon-Rodrigues, T.J. Bandosz, ChemElectroChem (2014) 1, 565-572.

288. Effect of amine modification on the properties of zirconium–carboxylic acid based materials and their applications as NO2 adsorbents at ambient conditions, Ebrahim, A, Bandosz T. J., Microporous and Mesoporous Materials (2014) 188, 149-162.

287. Removal of dorzolamide from biomedical wastewaters with adsorption onto graphite oxide/poly(acrylic acid) grafted chitosan nanocomposite, Kyzas, G.Z., Bikiaris, D.N., Seredych, M., Bandosz, T.J., Deliyanni, E.A., Bioresource Technology (2014) 152, 399-406

286. Cu-BTC/aminated graphite oxide composites as high-efficiency CO2 capture media, Policicchio, A., Zhao, Y., Zhong, Q., Agostino, R.G., Bandosz, T.J., ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces (2014) 6, 101-108.

285. Effect of surface chemical and structural heterogeneity of copper based MOF/graphite oxide composites on the adsorption of ammonia, Bashkova, S., Bandosz, T.J. , Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (2014) 417, 109-114.

284. Insight into the mechanism of CO2 adsorption on Cu-BTC and its composites with graphite oxide or aminated graphite oxide, Zhao, Y., Seredych, M., Jagiello, J., Zhong, Q., Bandosz, T.J., Chemical Engineering Journal (2014) 239, 399-407

283. Effect of the graphene phase presence in nanoporous S-doped carbon on photoactivity in UV and visible light, M. Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, Appl. Catal. B: Environ. (2014) 147, 842-850

282. Municipal waste conversion to hydrogen sulfide adsorbents: Investigation of the synergistic effects of sewage sludge/fish waste mixture, R. Wallace, M. Seredych P. Zhang, and T. J. Bandosz, Chemical Engineering Journal,  237, 2014, 88-94

281. Effect of the graphene phase presence in nanoporous S-doped carbon on photoactivity in UV and visible light, M. Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, Appl. Catal. B: Environ. 2014, DOI: 10.1016/j.apcatb.2013.10.020

280. Confined space reduced graphite oxide doped with sulfur as metal-free oxygen reduction catalyst, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, Carbon 66, 2014, 227-233

279. Reactive adsorption of SO2 on activated carbons with deposited iron nanoparticles, J.Arcibar-Orozco, J.R. Rangel-Mendez, T. J. Bandosz, J. Hazard. Mater,  246-247, 2013, 300-309.

278. NO2 adsorption at ambient temperature on urea-modified ordered mesoporous carbon, M. Florent, M. Tocci and T.J. Bandosz, Carbon 63, 2013, 283-293

277. S-doped micro/mesoporous carbon–graphene composites as efficient supercapacitors in alkaline media, M.Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, J. Mater. Chem. A, 1 , 2013, 11717-11727.

276. Band gap energies of solar micro/meso-porous composites of zinc (hydr)oxide with graphite oxides, SMZ, Islam, T.Gayen T. M. Seredych M, O. Mobayoje, L. Shi, T.J. Bandosz, and R. Alfano., J. App. Phys. 114, 2013,

275. Analysis of factors affecting visible and UV enhanced oxidation of dibenzothiophenes on sulfur-doped activated carbons, M. Seredych, L. Messali, T. J. Bandosz, Carbon, doi.org/10.1016/j.carbon.2013.05.073.

274. Effect of confined space reduction of graphite oxide followed by sulfur doping on oxygen reduction reaction in neutral electrolyte, M. Seredych, J-C. Idrobo, T.J. Bandosz, J. Mater. Chem. A. 1, 7059-7067 (2013

273. Aminated graphite oxides and their composites with copper-based metal–organic framework: in search for efficient media for CO2 sequestration, Y.Zhao, M. Seredych, Q. Zhong, T J. Bandosz, ACS Adv.  3, 9932-9941 (2013)

272. Interactions of NO2 with Zr-based MOF: effects of the size of organic linkers on NO2 adsorption at ambient conditions., A. Ebrahim, B. Levasseur, T.J. Bandosz, ACS Adv. Mater. Interf. 28, 168-174 (2013)

271. Structural and optical characterization of Zn(OH)2 and its composites with graphite oxides., Islam SZ, Gayen T, Moussawi A, Shi L, Seredych M, Bandosz TJ, Alfano R., Opt Lett.  38, 2013 962-964.

270. Superior Performance of Copper Based MOF and Aminated Graphite Oxide Composites as CO2 Adsorbents at Room Temperature, Y. Zhao, M. Seredych. Q. Zhong, T.J. Bandosz, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2013, 5 (11), pp 4951–4959

269. Reactive adsorption of hydrogen sulfide on visible light photoactive zinc (hydr)oxide/graphite oxide and zinc (hydra)oxychloride/graphite oxide composites, O. Mabayoje, M. Seredych, T. J. Bandosz, Appl. Catal. B. Environ. 132-133, 321-331 (2013)

268. Insight into the role of the oxidized graphite precursor on the properties of copper-based MOF/graphite oxide composites, S. Bashkova, T.J.Bandosz, Microporous Mesoporous Mater. 179, 205-211 (2013)

267. Enhanced adsorption of hydrogen sulfide on mixed zinc/cobalt hydroxides: Effect of morphology and an increased number of surface hydroxyl groups, O. Mabayoje, M. Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 405. 215-225 (2013).

266. Visible light photoactivity of sulfur and phosphorus doped nanoporous carbons in oxidation of dibenzothiophenes, Seredych, M. Bandosz, T. J., Fuel. DOI 10.1016/j.fuel.2012.12.064 (2013), 108, 846-849.

265. Involvement of Water and Visible Light in the Enhancement in SO2 Adsorption at Ambient Conditions on the Surface of Zinc (Hydr)oxide/Graphite Oxide Composites., Mykola Seredych, Oluwaniyi Mabayoje, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Chem. Eng. J. 10.1016/j.cej.2013.03.026. (2013), 223, 442-453.

264. Reactive adsorption of hydrogen sulfide on visible light photoactive zinc (hydr)oxide/graphite oxide and zinc (hydr)oxychloride/graphite oxide composites, Oluwaniyi Mabayoje, Mykola Seredych, and Teresa J. Bandosz.,Appl. Catal. B. (2013) 132-133,321-331.

263. Analysis of the chemical and physical factors affecting reactive adsorption of ammonia on graphene/nanoporous carbon composites, Yohann Corre, Mykola Seredych and Teresa J. Bandosz., Carbon 55 (2013), 176-184.

262. Reactive adsorption of ammonia and ammonia/water on CuBTC metal-organic framework: A ReaxFF molecular dynamics simulation, Liangliang Huang, Teresa Bandosz, Kaushik L. Joshi, Adri C. T. van Duin, and Keith E. Gubbins, J. Chem. Phys. 138, 034102 (2013); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4774332.

261. Reactive adsorption of SO2 on activated carbons with deposited iron nanoparticles, Javier Arcibar-Orozco, Jose Rangel-Mendez,  Teresa J. Bandosz, J.Hazard Mater 2013 Feb 15;246-247:300-9.

260. Interactions of NO2 with Zr-based MOF: effects of the size of organic linkers on NO2 adsorption at ambient conditions, Amani M. Ebrahim,, Benoit Levasseur, and Teresa J. Bandosz., Langmuir. 2013 Jan 8;29(1):168-74. doi: 10.1021/la302869m

259. Enhanced Reactive Adsorption of Hydrogen Sulfide on the Composites of Graphene/Graphite Oxide with Copper. Mabayoje. O., Seredych, M.  Bandosz. T.J.  (Hydr)oxychlorides, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 4  (2012) 3316–3324

258. ReaxFF molecular dynamics simulation of thermal stability of a Cu3(BTC)2 metal-organic framework, Huang L, Joshi KL, van Duin AC, Bandosz TJ, Gubbins KE., Phys.Chem. Chem. Phys. 14 (2012) 11327-11332

257. Active pore space utilization in nanoporous carbon-based supercapacitors: Effects of conductivity and pore accessibility, Mykola Seredych, Mikolaj Koscinski, Malgorzata Sliwinska-Bartkowiak, Teresa J. Bandosz, J. Power Sources 220 (2012) 243-252

256. Photoactivity of S-doped nanoporous activated carbons: A new perspective for harvesting solar energy on carbon-based semiconductors, Teresa J. Bandosz,  Juan Matos, Mykola Seredych, M.S.Z. Islam, R. Alfano, Appl. Catal. A. 445-446 (2012) 159-165.

255. Reactions of VX, GD, and HD with Zr(OH)4: Near Instantaneous Decontamination of VX, Bandosz, T.J. Laskoski, M.; Mahle, J.; Mogilevsky, G.; Peterson, G.W.; Rossin, J.A.; Wagner, G. W., J. Phys. Chem. C, 2012, 116 (21), pp 11606–11614

254. Changes in Surface Chemistry of Carbon Materials upon Electrochemical Measurements and their Effects on Capacitance in Acidic and Neutral Electrolytes, Hulicova-Jurcakova D, Fiset E, Lu GQ, Bandosz TJ., ChemSusChem 5 (2012) 2188-2199

253. Removal of antibiotics from water using sewage sludge- and waste oil sludge-derived adsorbents., Ding R, Zhang P, Seredych M, Bandosz TJ., Water. Res. 46 (212) 4081-4090

252. Effects of the addition of graphite oxide to the precursor of a nanoporous carbon on the electrochemical performance of the resulting carbonaceous composites, Mykola Seredych, Ru Chen, Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 50 (2012) 4144-4154

251. Microcalorimetric insight into the analysis of the reactive adsorption of ammonia on Cu-MOF and its composite with graphite oxide, Camille Petit ,  Sabine Wrabetz and Teresa J. Bandosz, J. Mater. Chem. 22 (2012) 21443-21447

250. Mesoporous silica SBA-15 modified with copper as an efficient NO2 adsorbent at ambient conditions, Benoit Levasseur, Amani M. Ebrahim, Teresa J. Bandosz, J. Coll. Interf. Sci. 377 (2012) 347-354

249. Cobalt (hydr)oxide/graphite oxide composites: Importance of surface chemical heterogeneity for reactive adsorption of hydrogen sulfide, Oluwaniyi Mabayoje, Mykola Seredych, Teresa J. Bandosz, J. Coll. Interf. Sci. 378 (2012) 1-9.

248. Exploring the coordination Chemistry of MOF-graphite oxide composites an their application as adsorbents, Camille Petit and Teresa J. Bandosz, Dalton Transactions, 41 (2012) 3847-3866

247. Evaluation of GO/MnO2 composites as supercapacitors in neutral electrolytes: role of Graphite oxide oxidation level, Mykola Seredych, Teresa J. Bandosz, J. Mater. Chem. 22 (2012) 23525-23533.

246. Towards understanding reactive adsorption of small molecule toxic gases on carbonaceous materials, Teresa J. Bandosz, Catalysis Today,  186, 20-28 (2012) DOI:10.1016/j.Cattod.2011.08.17y

245. Visible-light-enhanced Interactions of hydrogen sulfide with composites of zinc(oxy)hydroxide with graphite oxide and graphene, Seredych, M. Mabayoje, Bandosz T. J., Langmuir 2012, 28, 1337-1346.

244. Interactions of NO2 with zinc (hydr)oxide/graphene phase composites: Visible light enhanced surface reactivity, Seredych, M. Mabayoje, Bandosz T. J., J. Phys. Chem. C, 2012, 116, 2527-2535.

243. Zinc (Hydr)Oxide/ Graphene-Oxide and Graphene Composites : Formation of New Surface Chemistry and Enhancement in Electrical Conductivity, Seredych, M.; Mabayoje, O. Koleśnik, M.M.; Krstić,V. Bandosz, T.J., J. Mater.Chem. 22 ( 2012) 7970-7978.

242. Reactive Adsorption of Acidic gases on MOF/graphite oxide composites, C. Petit, B. Levasseur, B. Mendoza and T. J. Bandosz, Micro. Meso.  Mat. 154 (2012) 107-112

241. Interactions of NO2 with Amine Functionalized SBA-15: Effects of synthesis route, B. Levasseur , A.  Ebrahim,  T.J. Bandosz, Langmuir  28 (2012) 5703–5714.

240. Synthesis of hollow ellipsoidal silica nanostructures using a wet-chemical etching approach, Henan Zhang, Yi Zhou, Yueru Li, Teresa J. Bandosz, Daniel L. Akins, J. Coll. Interface Sci. 375 (2012) 106-111.

239. Spent coffee-based activated carbon: Specific surface features and their importance for H2S separation process, Karifala Kante, Cesar Nieto-Delgado, J. Rene Rangel-Mendez, Teresa J. Bandosz, Journal of Hazardous Materials, Volumes 201–202 (2012) 141–147.

238. Role of phosphorus in carbon matrix in desulfurization of diesel fuel using adsorption process, Mykola Seredych, Chi Tang Wu, Patrice Brender, Conchi O. Ania,, Cathie Vix-Guterl, Teresa J. Bandosz Fuel 92 (2012 )318–326

237. Manganese oxide and graphite oxide/MnO2 composites as reactive adsorbents of ammonia at ambient conditions, Mykola Seredych, Teresa J. Bandosz, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 150 (2012), 55–63

236. Toward understanding reactive adsorption of ammonia on Cu-MOF/graphite oxide nano composites, Petit C, Huang L, Jagiello J, Kenvin J, Gubbins KE, Bandosz TJ., Langmuir 27 (2011) 13043-51

235. Interactions of NO2 at ambient temperature with cerium-zirconium mixed oxides supported on SBA-15, Levasseur B, Ebrahim AM, Burress J, Bandosz TJ., J Hazard Mater.197 ( 2011) 294-303.

234. Effect of Graphite Features on the Properties of Metal–Organic Framework/Graphite Hybrid Materials Prepared Using an in Situ Process, Camille Petit, Barbara Mendoza, Deanna O’Donnell, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Langmuir 27 (2011) 10234–10242.

233. Copper-modified activated carbons as adsorbents of NO under ambient conditions, B. Levasseur, E. Gonzalez-Lopez, T J. Bandosz, Adsorption Science and Technology 29 (2011) 831-845.

232. Role of Zr+4 cations in NO2 adsorption on Ce1-xZrxO2 mixed oxides at ambient conditions, Benoit Levasseur , Amani Ebrahim , and Teresa J Bandosz, Langmuir, DOI: 10.1021/la201338

231. Changes in graphite oxide texture and chemistry upon oxidation and reduction and their effect on adsorption of ammonia, Mykola Seredycha, Joseph A. Rossin  and Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon doi:10.1016/j.carbon.2011.06.032

230. Template-free synthesis of silica ellipsoids, Henan Zhang, Teresa J. Bandosz and Daniel L. Akins, Chem. Commun. 47 (2011) 7791-7793

229. Removal of dibenzothiophenes from model diesel fuel on sulfur rich activated carbons, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, Applied Catalysis B; Environmental 106 (2011) 133-141.

228. Effect of reduction treatment on copper modified activated carbons on NOx adsorption at room temperature, Benoit Levasseur, Eugene Gonzalez-Lopez, Joseph A. Rossin, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Langmuir 27 (2011) 5354-5365

227. Synthesis, characterization and adsorption properties of MIL(Fe) – graphite oxide composites: Exploring the limits of materials’ fabrication, C. Petit and T.J. Bandosz, Adv. Function. Mater.  21, 2011, 2108-2117.

226. Enhancement in Dibenzothiophene Reactive Adsorption from Liquid Fuel via Incorporation of Sulfur Heteroatoms to the Nanoporous Carbon Matrix, M. Seredych, M. Khine, T. J. Bandosz, ChemSusChem 4 (2011) 139-147.

225. Effect of silver nanoparticles deposited on micro/mesoporous activated carbons on retention of NOx at  room temperature, S. Bashkova, D. Deoki, T J. Bandosz, J. Coll. Interface Sci. 354 (2011) 331-340

224. Reactive adsorption of penicillin on activated carbons, Conchi O. Ania, Joaquina G. Pelayo, Teresa J. Bandosz, Adsorption  17 (2011) 421-429 .

223. Reactive Adsorption of Hydrogen Sulfide on Graphite oxide/Zr(OH)4 composites, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, Chemical Eng. J. 166 (2011) 1032-1038.

222. Reactive adsorption of NO2 on copper-based MOF and Graphite oxide-MOF composites, Benoit Levasseur, Camille Petit and Teresa J. Bandosz, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2 (2010) 3606-3613

221. Investigation of the enhancing effects of sulfur and/or oxygen functional groups of nanoporous carbons on adsorption of dibenzothiophenes, M. Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, Carbon 49 (2011)1216-1224.

220. Hydrogen Sulfide Adsorption on Metal-Organic Frameworks and Metal-Organic Frameworks / Graphite Oxide Composites, C. Petit, B. Mendoza  and T.J Bandosz, ChemPhysChem, 11(2010) 3678-3684

219. Effect of Carbon Surface Modification with Dimethylamine on Reactive Adsorption of NOx, Eleni Deliyanni and Teresa J. Bandosz, Langmuir, 27 (2011) 1837–1843

218. Importance of carbon surface chemistry in  development of  iron-carbon composite adsorbents arsenate removal, E. Deliyanni, T. J Bandosz, J. Haz. Mat. 186 (2011) 667-674.

217. Adsorption of NO2  at room temperature on iron-containing polymer-based porous carbons, S. Bashkova, T. J. Bandosz, ChemSusChem. 4 (2011) 404–412

216. The synthesis and characterization of copper-based metal organic framework/graphite oxide composites, C.Petit, J. Burress and T.J. Bandosz, Carbon, 49 (2011) 563-572.

215. Investigation of the Thermal Regeneration Efficiency of Activated Carbons Used in the Desulfurization of Model Diesel Fuel, Seredych M, Rawlins, J. Bandosz, T.J., Ind. Chem. Eng. Res. 50 (2011) 14097-14104.

214. MOF/ Graphite oxide hybrid materials: exploring the new concept of adsorbents and catalysts, Bandosz, T. J.; Petit, C., Adsorption 17 (2011) 5-16.

213. Hydrogen sulfide adsorption on metal-organic frameworks and metal-organic frameworks / graphite oxide composites, Petit, C.; Mendoza, B.; Bandosz, T. J., ChemPhysChem, 11(2010) 3678-3684

212. Reactive adsorption of ammonia on Cu-based MOF/graphene composites, Petit, C.; Mendoza, B.; Bandosz, T. J., Langmuir 26 (2010) 15302-15309

211. Effects of surface features on adsorption of SO2 on graphite oxide/Zr(OH)4 composites, Mykola Seredych, and Teresa J. Bandosz, J. Phys. Chem. C 114 (2010) 14552–14560.

210. Interactions of NO2 and NO with Carbonaceous Adsorbents Containing Silver Nanoparticles, M. Seredych, S. Bashkova, R. Pietrzak, T.J. Bandosz, Langmuir 26 (2010) 9457-9464

209. Adsorption of dibenzothiophenes on activated carbons with copper and iron deposited on their surfaces, Mykola Seredych, Teresa J. Bandosz*, Fuel Processing Technology. 91 (2010) 693-701

208. Interactions of arsine with nanoporous carbons role of heteroatoms in the oxidation process at ambient conditions, Mykola Seredych, Gregory W. Peterson, John Mahle, and Teresa J. Bandosz, J. Phys. Chem. C 114 (2010) 6527-6533

207. Graphite oxides obtained from porous graphite: the role of surface chemistry and texture in ammonia retention at ambient conditions, Mykola Seredych, Albert V. Tamashausky, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Adv. Functional Mater. 20 (2010) 1670-1679

206. Adsorption of dibenzothiophenes on nanoporous carbons: identification of specific adsorption sites governing capacity and selectivity, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, Energy and Fuels 24 (2010) 3352-3360

205. The role of sulfur-containing groups in ammonia retention on activated carbons, Camille Petit, Karifala Kante, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 48 (2010) 654-667.

204. Combined role of water and surface chemistry in reactive adsorption of ammonia on graphite oxides, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, Langmuir 26 (2010) 5491-5498

203. Specific anion and cation capacitance in porous carbon blacks, Denisa Hulicova-Jurcakova, Mykola Seredych, Yonggang Jin, Gao Qing Lu, Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 48 (2010) 1767-1778.

202. The effects of oxidation on the surface chemistry of  sulfur-containing carbons and their arsine adsorption capacity, Camille Petit, Gregory W. Peterson, John Mahle, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 48 (2010) 1779-1787

201. Effect of the incorporation of nitrogen to the carbon matrix on the selectivity and capacity for adsorption of dibenzothiophenes from model diesel fuel., M. Seredych, D. Hulicova-Jurcakova, and T.J.  Bandosz., Langmuir 26 (2010) 227-233

200. Adsorption of ammonia on graphite oxide/Al13 composites, M.Seredych and T. J. Bandosz, Colloids and Surfaces A. 353 (2010) 30-36.

199. Revisiting the chemistry of graphite oxides and its effect on ammonia adsorption., C. Petit, M. Seredych, and T.J. Bandosz, J. Mater. Chem.  19 (2009) 9077-9185.

198. Adsorption of hydrogen sulfide on graphite derived materials modified by incorporation of nitrogen, M. Seredych, T. B. Bandosz, Mat. Chem. Phys. 113 (2) (2009) 946-952.

197. Combined effect of nitrogen- and oxygen-containing functional groups of microporous activated carbon on its electrochemical performance in super capacitors, Denisa Hulicova-Jurcakova, Mykola Seredych, Gao Qing Lu, Teresa J. Bandosz, Advanced Functional Materials 18 (2009) 1-10.

196. Role of graphite precursor in the performance of graphite oxides as ammonia adsorbents, Mykola Seredych, Camille Petit, Albert V. Tamashausky, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 47 (2009) 445-456.

195. Nitrogen modified carbide derived carbons as adsorbents of hydrogen sulfide,Mykola Seredych. Cristell Portet, Yury Gogotsi, Teresa J. Bandosz, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 330 (2009) 60-66.

194. The effects of urea modification and heat treatment on the process of NO2 removal by wood-based activated carbon, S. Bashkova, and T. J. Bandosz, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 333 (2009) 97-103.

193. Graphite oxide/polyoxometalate nanocomposites as adsorbents of ammonia, Camille Petit and Teresa J. Bandosz, J. Phys. Chem. 113  (2009) 3800–3809

192. Textural and chemical factor affecting adsorption capacity of activated carbons in highly efficient desulfurization of diesel fuel, M. Seredych, J. Lison. U. Jans, T.J. Bandosz, Carbon 47 (2009) 2491 –2500.

191. Effects of surface chemistry on the reactive adsorption of hydrogen cyanide on activated carbons., Mykola Seredych, Martin van der Merwe and Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 47 (2009) 2456-2465.

190. Effect of surface phosphorus functionalities of activated carbons containing oxygen and nitrogen on electrochemical capacitance, Denisa Hulicova-Jurcakova,Mykola Seredych, Gao Qing Lu, N. K. A. C. Kodiweera, Phillip E. Stallworth, Steve Greenbaum, Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 47 (2009) 1576-1584.

189. Graphite oxide/AlZr polycation composites: surface characterization and performance as adsorbents of ammonia, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, Materials Chemistry and Physics 117 (2009) 99-106.

188. Interactions of 4, 6- dimethyldibenzothiophene with the surface of activated carbons, Eleni Deliyanni, Mykola Seredych and Teresa J. Bandosz, Langmuir 25 (2009) 9302-9312.

187. On the reactive adsorption of ammonia on activated carbons modified by impregnation with inorganic compounds, T.J. Bandosz, C. Petit, J. Coll. Interface Science, feature article, 338(2009) 329-345.

186. Selective adsorption of dibenzothiophenes on activated carbons with Ag, Co and Ni species deposited on their surfaces, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, Energy & Fuels 23 (2009) 3737–3744.

185. Role of surface heterogeneity in the removal of ammonia from air on micro/mesoporous activated carbons modified with molybdenum and tungsten oxides, C. Petit and T. J. Bandosz, Micro. Meso. Mat. 118 (2009) 61-67.

184. MOF-graphite oxide composites: combining the uniqueness of graphene layers and framework of MOF, C. Petit Ad T. J. Bandosz, Advanced Materials 21 (46) 2009, 4753-4757.

183. Role of microporosity and surface chemistry in adsorption of 4,6-dimethyldibenzothiophene on polymer-derived activated carbons, M.Seredych, Eleni Deliyanni, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Fuel 89 (2010) 1499-1507

182. MOF-graphite oxide nancomposites: surface characterization and evaluation as adsorbents of ammonia, C. Petit And T. J. Bandosz,J. Mater. Chem. 19 (2009) 6521-6528.

181. Desulfurization of air at high and low H2S concentrations, Y. Elsayed, M. Seredych, A. Dallas, T. J. Bandosz, Chemical Engineering Journal, Environmental 155 (2009) 594-602.

180. Enhanced adsorption of ammonia on metal-organic framework / graphite oxide composites: analysis of surface interactions, C. Petit And T. J. Bandosz, Adv. Funct. Mater. 19 (2009) 1-8

179. Investigation of factors affecting adsorption of transition metals on oxidized carbon nanotubes, Gao, Z., Bandosz, T.J., Zhao, Z., Han, M., Qiu, J., Journal of Hazardous Materials 167 (2009) 357-365.

178. Adsorption/reduction of NO2 on graphite oxide/iron composites, S. Bashkova, T.J. Bandosz, Ind. Chem. Eng. Res.  48 (2009) 10884–10891

177. Role of oil derived carbonaceous phase in the performance of sewage sludge based materials as media for desulfurizaton of digester gas, Karifala Kante, Jason Qiu, Zhongbin Zhao, Yu Chang, Teresa J. Bandosz, Applied Surface Science, 254 (2008) 2385-2395.

176. Effect of fly ash addition on the removal of hydrogen sulfide from biogas and air on sewage sludge-based composite adsorbents, Mykola Seredych, Christien Strydom, Teresa J. Bandosz, Waste Management 28 (2008) 1983-1992.

175. Effect of ozonolysis on the pore structure, surface chemistry, and bundling of single-walled carbon nanotubes, Tirandai Hemraj-Benny, Teresa J. Bandosz, and Stanislaus S. Wong, J. Coll. Interface Sci.  317, 375-382 (2008).

174. Development of surface porosity and catalytic activity in metal sludge waste oil derived adsorbents: effect of heat treatment, Karifala Kante, Jason Qiu, Zhongbin Zhao, Yu Chang, Teresa J. Bandosz, Chemical Engineering Journal 138 (2008) 155-165.

173. Sewage sludge/metal sludge/ waste oil composites as catalysts for desulfurization of digester gas, Karifala Kante and T.J. Bandosz, Energy and Fuels 22 (2008) 389-397.

172. Role of microporosity and nitrogen functionality on the surface of activated carbon in the process of desulfurization of digester gas, M. Seredych and T. J. Bandosz, J. Phys. Chem. C. 11 (2008) 4704-4711.

171. Activated carbon modified with aluminum-zirconium polycations as adsorbents of ammonia, Camille Petit and T. J. Bandosz, Micro. Meso. Mat. 114 (2008) 137-147.

170. Desulfurization of digester gas on wood based activated carbons modified with nitrogen: importance of surface chemistry, Mykola Seredych and T. J. Bandosz, Energy and Fuels 22 (2008) 850-855.

169. Role of microporosity and nitrogen functionality on the surface of activated carbon in the process of desulfurization of digester gas, Mykola Seredych and T. J. Bandosz, J. Physical Chemistry C 112 (2008) 4704-4711.

168. Interactions of NO2 with sewage sludge based composite adsorbents, Robert Pietrzak and T.J. Bandosz, J. Haz.Mat. 154 (2008) 946-953.

167. Investigation of the role of surface chemistry and accessibility of cadmium adsorption sites on open-surface carbonaceous materials, Zhanming Gao, Teresa J. Bandosz, Zongbin Zhao, Mei Han, Changhai Liang, Jieshan Qiu, Langmuir 24 (2008) 11701-1170.

166. Removal of ammonia from air on molybdenum and tungsten oxide modified activated carbons, C. Petit and T. J. Bandosz, Environ. Sci. Technol.  42 (2008) 3033-3039.

165. Adsorption of ammonia on graphite oxide / aluminum polycation and  graphite oxide/zirconium polyoxycations composites, Mykola Seredych and T. J. Bandosz, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 324 (2008) 25-35

164. Surface features of exfoliated graphite/smectite composites and their importance for ammonia adsorption, Mykola Seredych, Albert V. Tamashausky, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 46 (2008) 1241-1252

163. Complexity of ammonia interactions on activated carbons modified with V2O5, Camille Pettit and Teresa J. Bandosz, J.Coll. Interface Sci.  325 (2008) 310-318.

162. Surface functional groups of carbons and the effects of their chemical character, density, and accessibility to ions on electrochemical performance, Mykola Seredych, Denisa Hulicova-Jurcakova, Gao Qing Lu, Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 46 (2008) 1475-1488.

161. Adsorption of NO2 on activated carbons modified with cerium, Lanthanum and sodium chlorides, Karifala Kante, Eleni Deliyanni, Teresa J. Bandosz, J. Hazard. Mat. 165 (2009) 357-365.

160. Template-derived mesoporous carbons with highly dispersed transition metals as media for reactive adsorption of dibenzothiophene, Mykola Seredych and Teresa J. Bandosz, Langmuir 23 (2007) 6033-6041.

159. Sewage sludge as a single precursor for carbon nanostructure/activated carbon/catalytic oxide composite, Mykola Seredych and Teresa J. Bandosz, Chemical Engineering Journal: Environmental 128 (2007) 59-67.

158. Surface properties of porous carbons obtained from polystyrene -based polymers within inorganic templates: role of polymer chemistry and inorganic template pore structure, M.Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 100 (2007) 45-54.

157. The role of water and surface acidity on the reactive adsorption of ammonia on modified activated carbons, L-M Le Leuch, T.J. Bandosz, Carbon 45 (2007) 568-578 (2007).

156. Removal of cationic and ionic dyes on industrial-municipal sludge based composite adsorbents, M. Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, Ind.Chem. Eng. Res. 46  (2007) 1786-1793.

155. Tobacco Waste/Industrial Sludge Based Desulfurization Adsorbents: Effect of Phase Interactions during Pyrolysis on Surface activity, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, Environ. Sci. Technol. 41 (2007) 3715-3721.

154. On the mechanism of reactive adsorption of dibenzothiophene on organic waste derived carbons, C.O. Ania, J.B. Parra, A. Arenillas, F. Rubiera, T.J. Bandosz, J.J. Pis, Applied Surface Science 253 (2007) 5899-5903.

153. Silica-polyamine based-carbon composite adsorbents as media for effective hydrogen sulfide adsorption/oxidation, Teresa J. Bandosz, Mykola Seredych, Jesse Allen, Jessica Wood, Edward Rosenberg, Chem. Mater.  19 (2007) 2500-2511.

152. Desulfurization of digester gas on industrial sludge-derived adsorbents, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, Energy and Fuels 21 (2007) 858-866 (2007).

151. Removal of hydrogen sulfide from biogas on sludge derived adsorbents, W. Yuan, T. J. Bandosz, Fuel 86 (2007) 2736-2746.

150. Removal of ammonia by graphite oxide via its intercalation and reactive adsorption, Mykola Seredych and Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 45 (2007) 2130-2132.

149. Interactions of ammonia with the surface of microporous carbon impregnated with transition metal chlorides, Camille Petit, Christopher Karwacki, Greg Peterson, Teresa J. Bandosz, J Phys. Chem.  111 (2007) 12705-12714.

148. Role of graphite oxide (GO) and polyaniline (PANI) in NO2 reduction on GO-PANI composites, Mykola Seredych, Robert Pietrzak and Teresa J. Bandosz Ind. Chem. Eng. Res. 46 (2007) 6925-6936.

147. Role of aluminum oxycations in retention of ammonia on modified activated carbons, Camille Pettit and Teresa J. Bandosz, J. Phys. Chem. 111 (2007) 16445-16452.

146. Reactive adsorption of NO2 at dry conditions on sewage sludge derived materials, Robert Pietrzak, Teresa J. Bandosz, Environ. Sci. Technol. 41 (2007) 7516-7522.

145. Mechanism of ammonia retention on graphite oxides: role of surface chemistry and structure, Mykola Seredych and Teresa J. Bandosz, J.Phys.Chem. 111 (2007) 15596-15604.

144. Activated carbons modified with sewage sludge derived phase and their application in the process of NO2 removal, R. Pietrzak and T. J. Bandosz, Carbon,45 (2007) 2537-2546.

143. Highly mesoporous carbons obtained using a dynamic template method, Conchi O. Ania and T. J. Bandosz, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 89 (2006) 315-324.

142. Adsorption of ethylmethylamine vapor by activated carbon filters, Yehya El-Sayed, Teresa J. Bandosz, Hilda Wullens and Peter Lodewyckx, Ind. Chem. Eng. Res. 45 (2006) 1441-1445.

141. Metal-loaded polystyrene based activated carbons as dibezothiophene removal media via reactive adsorption., Conchi.O. Ania and Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 44 (2006) 2404-2412.

140. Photooxidation of dibenzothiophene on TiO2/hectorite thin films layered catalyst, Jamie Robertson and T. J. Bandosz, J. Colloid Interface Science 299 (2006) 125-135

139. Metal-loaded carbonaceous adsorbents templated from porous clay heterostructures, Danh Nguyen-Tanh and Teresa J. Bandosz, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 92 (2006) 47-55.

138. Municipal sludge- industrial sludge composite desulfurization adsorbents: synergy enhancing the catalytic properties, Teresa J. Bandosz and Karin Block, Environ. Sci. Technol. 40(10) (2006) 3378-3383.

137. Desulfurization of digester gas on catalytic carbonaceous adsorbents: complexity of interactions between the surface and components of the gaseous mixture, Mykola Seredych and Teresa J. Bandosz, Ind. Chem. Eng. Res. 45 (2006) 3658-3665.

136. Removal of hydrogen sulfide on composite sewage sludge-industrial sludge-based adsorbents, Teresa J. Bandosz and Karin Block, Ind. Chem. Eng. Res. 45 (2006) 3666-3672.

135. Sodium on the surface of activated carbons as a factor enhancing reactive adsorption of dibenzothiophene, Conchi O. Ania and Teresa J. Bandosz, Energy and Fuels 20 (2006) 1076-1080.

134. Effect of pyrolysis temperature and time on catalytic performance of sewage/industrial sludge based composite adsorbents, Teresa J. Bandosz and Karin Block, Appl. Catal.: Environmental 67 (2006) 77-85.

133. Removal of copper on composite sewage sludge/industrial sludge-based adsorbents: The role of surface chemistry, M. Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, J. Coll. Interface Sci. 302 (2006) 379-388.

132. On the utilization of industrial/municipal sludges as a source of desulfurization adsorbents, T. J. Bandosz, Annales Univeristatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska: Chemia, LXI (2006) 3-24 .

131. Role of surface oxygen groups in incorporation of nitrogen to activated carbons via ethylmethylamine adsorption, Y. Elsayed and T.J. Bandosz, Langmuir 21 (2005) 1282-1289.

130. Adsorption of hydrogen sulfide on motmorillonites modified with iron, D. Nguyen-Tanh  and T .J. Bandosz, Chemosphere 59 (2005) 343-353.

129. Oxidative desorption of methyl mercaptan on nitrogen enriched bituminous coal-based activated carbon, A. Bagreev, J.A. Menendez, I. Dukhno, Y. Tarasenko, and T. J. Bandosz, Carbon 43 (2005) 208-210.

128. A study of ignition of metal impregnated carbons: the influence of oxygen content in the activated carbon matrix, M. Van Der Merwe, and T. J. Bandosz, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 282(2005) 102-108.

127. Catalytic properties of activated carbon surface in the process of adsorption/oxidation of methyl mercaptan, S. Bashkova, A. Bagreev, and T.J. Bandosz, Catalysis Today 99 (2005) 323-328.

126. Desulfurization of digester gas: prediction of activated carbon bed performance at low concentrations of hydrogen sulfide, A. Bagreev, S. Katikaneni, S. Parab and T. J. Bandosz, Catalysis Today 99 (2005) 329-337.

125. Activated carbons with metal containing-clay binders as adsorbents of hydrogen sulfide, Danh Nguyen-Tanh and T.J.Bandosz, Carbon 43 (2005) 359-367.

124. Effect of adsorbent composition on H2S removal on sewage sludge-based materials enriched with carbonaceous phase, Adil Ansari, A. Bagreev and T.J. Bandosz, Carbon 43 (2005) 1039-1048

123. Heterogeneity of adsorption energy of water, methanol and diethyl ether on activated carbons: effect of porosity and surface chemistry, V. Gun’ko And T.J. Bandosz, Adsorption 11 (2005) 97-102.

122. Predictions of H2S breakthrough capacity of activated carbons at low concentrations of hydrogen sulfide, A. Bagreev., W. Kuang and T.J. Bandosz, Adsorption 11 (2005) 461-466.

121. Importance of structural and chemical heterogeneity of activated carbon surfaces for adsorption of dibenzothiophene, Conchi O. Ania and Teresa J. Bandosz, Langmuir 21 (2005) 7752-7759

120. Enrichment of the performance of activated carbons as municipal odor removal media by addition of sewage sludge derived phase, Evilambia Sioukri and Teresa J. Bandosz, Environ. Sci. Technol. 39 (2005) 6217-6224.

119. On the mechanism of hydrogen sulfide removal from mist air on catalytic carbonaceous adsorbents, Andrey Bagreev and Teresa J.Bandosz, Ind. Chem. Eng. Res. 44 (2005) 530-53.

118. Inorganic-organic phase arrangement as a factor affecting gas phase desulfurization on catalytic carbonaceous adsorbents, Adil Ansari and Teresa J. Bandosz, Environ. Sci. Technol. 39 (2005) 6225-6230.

117. Efficient desulfurization adsorbents obtained by pyrolysis of sewage sludge derived fertilizer modified with spent mineral oil, A. Bagreev and T. J. Bandosz, Environ. Sci. Technol. 38 (2004) 345-351.

116. Bituminous coal- based activated carbons modified with nitrogen as adsorbents of hydrogen sulfide, A. Bagreev, J.A. Menendez, I. Dukhno, Y. Tarasenko, and T. J. Bandosz, Carbon 42 (2004) 469-476.

115. Surface properties of porous carbon obtained from polystyrene sulfonic acid-based organic salts, D. Hines, A. Bagreev, and T. J. Bandosz, Langmuir 20 (2004) 3388-3397.

114. Adsorption of valeric acid from aqueous solutions on activated carbons; role of surface basic sites, Y. EI-Sayed, and T. J. Bandosz, J. Coll. Interface Sci. 273 (2004) 64-72.

113. Heterogeneity of sewage sludge derived materials as a factor governing their performance as adsorbents of acidic gases, A. Bagreev, S. Bashkova, B. Reznik, V. Zibat, and T J. Bandosz, Proceeding of Conference on Characterization of Porous Solids-6 (Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis 144), F. Rodriguez-Reinoso et al., Ed. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2003, p.217-224.

112. An IGC and T A study of acetaldehyde adsorption on activated carbons, Y. EI-Sayed and T.J. Bandosz, Proceeding of Conference on Characterization of Porous Solids-G, F. Rodriguez-Reinoso, Ed. Amsterdam, 2003, p.49-254.

111. Role of surface chemistry in adsorption of phenol on activated carbons, I.I. Salame and T. J. Bandosz, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 264 (2003) 307-312,

110. Adsorption/Oxidation of CH3SH on activated carbons containing nitrogen, S. Bashkova, A. Bagreev, and T. J. Bandosz, Langmuir 19 (2003) 6115-6121.

109. Effect of transition metal cation on adsorption of H2S on modified pillared clays, D. Nguyen-Thanh and T.J. Bandosz, J. Phys. Chem. 107 (2003) 5812-5817.

108. Heterogeneity of adsorption energy of water, methanol and diethyl ether on activated carbons: effect of porosity and surface chemistry, V. Gun’ko, T. J. Bandosz, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 5  (2003) 2096-2103.

107. Effect of increased basicity of activated carbon surface on valeric acid adsorption from aqueous solution, Y. EI-Sayed, T.J. Bandosz, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 5 (2003) 4892-4898

106. Dual role of water in the process of methyl mercaptan adsorption on activated carbons, A. Bagreev, S. Bashkova, and T J. Bandosz, Langmuir 18 (2002) 8553-8559.

105. On the adsorption/oxidation of hydrogen sulfide on unmodified activated carbon at ambient conditions, T.J. Bandosz, J. Colloid Interface Science 246 (2002) 1-20.

104. A Role of sodium hydroxide in the process of hydrogen sulfide adsorption/oxidation on caustic-impregnated activated carbons, A. Bagreev and T.J. Bandosz, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 41 (2002) 672-679.

103. Adsorption of SO2 on activated carbons: the effect of nitrogen functionality and pore sizes, A.Bagreev, S. Bashkova, and T.J. Bandosz, Langmuir 18 (2002) 1257-1264.

102. Sewage sludge derived materials as adsorbents for H2S and SO2, A.Bagreev, S. Bashkova, D.C. Locke and T.J. Bandosz, Fundamentals of Adsorption -7, K. Kaneko, H. Kanoh, Y. Hanzawa Eds., IK International, Chiba, Japan, p. 239-246, 2002.

101. Acetaldehyde adsorption on nitrogen-containing activated carbons, Y. El-Sayed, T.J. Bandosz, Langmuir 18 (2002) 3213-3218

100. Adsorption of methyl mercaptan on activated carbons, S. Bashkova, A. Bagreev, T.J. Bandosz, Environ Sci. Technol. 36 (2002) 2777-2782.

99. Acidic cloud episodes in the Northen Colorado Rockies: inadvertent weather modification, E. E. Hindman, M. C. Meyer, D. Gedzelman, T. J. Bandosz, J. Wea. Modif. 34 (2002) 18-30.

98. H2S adsorption/oxidation on materials obtained using sulfuric acid activation of sewage sludge derived fertilizer, A. Bagreev and T. J. Bandosz, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 252 (2002) 188-194 (2002)

97. Interactions of water, methanol and diethyl ether molecules with the surface of oxidized activated carbon, I.I.Salame, T. J. Bandosz, Molecular Physics 100 (2002) 2041-2048.

96. Study of regeneration of activated carbons used as H2S adsorbents in water treatment plants, A. Bagreev, H. Rahman, T.J. Bandosz, Advances in Environmental Research 6 (2002) 303-311.

95. Influence of organics on structure of water adsorbed on activated carbons, V. V. Turov, V.M. Gun’ko, R. Leboda, J. Skubiszewska-Zieba, D. Palijczuk” T.J.Bandosz, Tomaszewski, and S. Zietek, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 253 (2002) 23-34.

94. Effect of surface characteristics on adsorption of methyl mercaptan on activated carbons, S. Bashkova, A. Bagreev, T. J. Bandosz, Ind. Chem. Eng. Res. 41 (2002) 4346-4352.

93. Sewage sludge derived materials as efficient adsorbents for removal of hydrogen sulfide, A. Bagreev, S. Bashkova, D.C. Locke and T.J. Bandosz, Environ. Sci. Technol. 35 (2001) 1537-143.

92. Thermal regeneration of activated carbon previously used as hydrogen sulfide adsorbent, A. Bagreev, H. Rahman, T.J. Bandosz, Carbon 39 (2001) 1319-1326.

91. Adsorption of SO2 on sewage sludge-derived materials, S. Bashkova, A. Bagreev, D.C. Locke and T.J. Bandosz, Environ. Sci. Technol.  35 (2001) 3263-3269.

90. Water in porous carbon, J.K. Brennan, T.J. Bandosz, K.T. Thomson, K.E. Gubbins, Colloids and Surface A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 187-188 (2001) 539-568.

89. H2S adsorption/oxidation on adsorbents obtained from pyrolysis of sewage sludge-derived fertilizer using zinc chloride activation, A. Bagreev, D. C. Locke, T.J. Bandosz, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 40 (2001) 3502-3510.

88. Study of diethyl ether adsorption on activated carbons using IGC at finite concentration, I.I.Salame, T. J. Bandosz, Langmuir 17 (2001) 4967-4972.

87. Surface chemistry of activated carbons: combining the results of temperature programmed desorption, Boehm and potentiometric titrations, I.I. Salame, T. J. Bandosz, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 240 (2001) 252-258.

86. pH of the activated carbon surface as an indication for its suitability for removal of hydrogen sulfide from wet air streams, A. Bagreev, F. Adib, and T.J. Bandosz, Carbon 39 (2001) 1897-1905.

85. H2S adsorption/oxidation on unmodified activated carbons: importance of pre humidification, A. Bagreev, T.J. Bandosz, Carbon 39 (2001) 2303-2311.

84. Pore structure and surface chemistry of adsorbents obtained by pyrolysis of sewage sludge-derived fertilizer, A. Bagreev, D.C. Locke and T.J. Bandosz, Carbon 39 (2001) 1971-1978.

83. A study of acetaldehyde adsorption on activated carbon, Y. El-Sayed, T.J. Bandosz, J. Coll. Interface Sci. 242 (2001) 44-51.

82. Adsorption/oxidation of hydrogen sulfide on nitrogen containing activated carbons, F. Adib, A. Bagreev, T. J. Bandosz, Langmuir 16 (2000) 1980-1986.

81. Comparison of surface features of two wood based activated carbons, I.I. Salame, T. J. Bandosz, Ind. Eng.Chem. Res. 39 (2000) 301-306

80. Analysis of the relationship between H2S removal capacity and surface properties of unmodified activated carbons, F. Adib, A. Bagreev, T.J. Bandosz, Environmental Science and Technology 34 (2000) 686-692.

79. Unmodified versus caustics impregnated carbons for control of hydrogen sulfide emissions from sewage treatment  plants, T.J. Bandosz, A. Bagreev, F. Adib. A. Turk, Environmental Science and Technology 34 (2000) 1069-1074.

78. Surface functionality and porosity of activated carbons obtained from chemical activation of wood, H. Benaddi, T.J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, J.A. Schwarz, J.N. Rouzaud, D. Legras, F. Beguin, Carbon 38 (2000) 669-674.

77. Adsorption of water and methanol on micro- and mesoporous wood-based activated carbons, I.I. Salame, T. J. Bandosz, Langmuir 16 (2000) 5435-5440.

76. On the possibility of regeneration of unimpregnated activated carbons used as hydrogen sulfide adsorbents, F. Adib, A. Bagreev, and T.J. Bandosz, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res 39 (2000) 2439-2446

75. Study of hydrogen sulfide adsorption on activated carbons using inverse gas chromatography at infinite dilution, A. Bagreev, T.J. Bandosz, J. Phys.Chem. 104 (2000) 8841-8846.

74. Study of H2S adsorption and water regeneration of coconut-based activated carbon, A. Bagreev, H.Rahman, and T.J. Bandosz, Environ. Sci. Tech. 34 (2000) 4587-4592.

73. Wood-based activated carbons as adsorbents of hydrogen sulfide: a study of adsorption and water regeneration process, A. Bagreev, H. Rahman, T.J. Bandosz, Ind.Eng.Chem. Res. 39 (2000) 3849-3855.

72. Biofiltering action on hydrogen sulfide by virgin activated carbon in sewage treatment, T. J. Bandosz, S. Askew, W. Kelly, A. Bagreev, F. Adib, A. Turk, Water Science and Technology 42 (2000) 399-401.

71. Effect of pore structure and surface chemistry of virgin activated carbon on removal of hydrogen sulfide, T. J. Bandosz, Carbon 37 (1999) 483 – 491.

70. Experimental study of water adsorption on activated carbons, I. Salame, T. J. Bandosz, Langmuir 15 (1999) 587-593.

69. A molecular model for adsorption of water on activated carbons: comparison of simulation and experiment, C. L. McCallum, T. J. Bandosz, S. C. McGrother, E. A. Muller, K. E. Gubbins, Langmuir 15 (1999) 533-544.

68. Study of water adsorption on activated carbons with different degrees of surface oxidation, I. Salame, T. J. Bandosz, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 210 (1999) 367-374.

67. An improved model for adsorption of water and aqueous mixtures on activated carbons, T. J. Bandosz, K. E. Gubbins, C. L. McCallum, S. C. McGrother, E. A. Muller, S. L. Sowers, Fundamentals of Adsorption-6, (ed. F. Meunier), Elsevier, Paris, 1998,p.213-218.

66. Effect of surface characteristics of wood based activated carbons on removal of hydrogen sulfide, F. Adib, A. Bagreev, T.J. Bandosz, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 214 (1999) 407-415.

65. Revisiting the effect of surface chemistry on adsorption of water on activated carbons, I.I. Salame, T. J. Bandosz, Journal of Physical Chemistry 103 (1999) 3877-3884.

64. Effect of pH and surface chemistry on the mechanism of H2S removal by activated carbons, F. Adib, A. Bagreev, T.J. Bandosz, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 216 (1999) 360-369.

63. Initial heats of H2S adsorption on activated carbons: effect of surface features, A. Bagreev, F. Adib, T. J. Bandosz, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 219 (1999) 327-332.

62. Evaluation of surface properties of exhausted carbons used as H2S adsorbents in sewage treatment plants, T. J. Bandosz, Q. Le, Carbon 36 (1998) 39-44.

61. Porosity and surface acidity of SiO2-Al2O3 xerogels, T. J. Bandosz, C. Lin, J. A. Ritter, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 217 (1998) 347-353.

60. Molecular modeling of selective adsorption from mixtures, T. J. Bandosz, F. J. Blas, K. E. Gubbins, C. L. McCallum, S. C. McGrother, S. L. Sowers, L. F. Vega, MRS Symposium Proceedings, “Recent Advances in Catalytic Materials” (N. M. Rodriguez, S. L. Soled and J. Hrbek, eds.), Vol. 497, p. 231 (1998)

59. Structural and acidic properties of taeniolites modified by introduction of Fe+3 species, T.J. Bandosz, Polish J. Chem. 72 (1998) 1202-1214.

58. Virgin activated carbons as adsorbents of hydrogen sulfide, T.J. Bandosz, Fundamentals of Adsorption-6, (ed. F. Meunier); Elsevier, Paris, 1998,p.635-640

57. Heterogeneity of pillared clays studied by adsorption of SF6 at temperatures near ambient, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, J. A. Schwarz, Langmuir 13 (1997) 1010-1014.

56. Effect of mineral host on surface acidity of hydroxy-Cr intercalated clays, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, and J. A. Schwarz, Clays and Clay Minerals 45 (1997) 110-113.

55. Preparation and characterization of the pore structure and acidity of hydroxy-Cr Smectites, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, and J. A. Schwarz, Polish Journal of Chemistry 71 (1997) 637-650.

54. Changes in acidity of Fe pillared/delaminated smectites on heat treatment, T. J. Bandosz, K. Cheng, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 191 (1997) 456-463.

53. Determination of the pore size distribution and network connectivity in microporous solids by adsorption measurements and Monte Carlo simulation, V. Lopez-Ramon, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, N. A. Seaton, Langmuir 13 (1997) 4435-4445.

52. Analysis of silica surface heterogeneity using butane and butene adsorption data, T. J. Bandosz, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 193 (1997) 127-131.

51. The determination of surface changes in active carbons by potentiometric titration and water vapor adsorption, T. J. Bandosz, B. Buczek, T. Grzybek, J. Jagiello, Fuel 76 (1997) 1409-1417.

50. Characterization of microporous carbons by using molecular simulation to analyze the adsorption of molecules of different sizes, V. Lopez-Ramon, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, N. A. Seaton, Characterization of Porous Solids-IV, (ed. J. Roquerol, et al.): The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, 1997, p. 73-80.

49. Sorption and desorption of lithium ions from activated carbons, A. Seron, H. Benaddi, F. Beguin, E. Frackowiak, J.L. Bretelle, M. C. Thiry, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz, Carbon 34 (1996) 481.

48. Surface chemical heterogeneity of pillared hydrotalcites, K. Putyera, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz, Royal Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 92 (1996) 1243

47. Characterization of microporous carbons using adsorption at near ambient temperatures, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, and J. A. Schwarz, Langmuir 12 (1996) 2837-2842.

46. Thermodynamically consistent analysis of silica surface heterogeneity using alkane. J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz, Fundamentals of Adsorption, (ed.M.D.LeVan) Kluwer: Boston, MA; 1996; p.417.

45. Study of nanocomposites obtained by carbonization of different organic precursors within taeniolite matrices, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera, J. Jagiello, and J. A. Schwarz, Clays and Clay Minerals 44 (1996) 237.

44. Adsorption of sulfur hexafluoride and propane at temperatures near ambient on pillared clays, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, and J. A. Schwarz, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data 41 (19986) 880-884.

43. Changes in acidity of pillared taeniolites on heat treatment, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, and J. A. Schwarz, Royal Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 92 (1996) 4631-4636.

42. Pore structure of carbon-mineral nanocomposites and derived carbons obtained by template carbonization, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz, Chemistry of Materials 8 (1996) 2023-2029.

41. Effect of template constrains on adsorption properties of synthetic carbons prepared within the gallery of layered double hydroxides, K. Putyera, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, and J. A. Schwarz, Carbon 34 (1996) 1559-1569.

40. A study of acidity and structure of hydroxy-Cr intercalated bentonites, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, and J. A. Schwarz, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 182 (1996) 570-577.

39. Characterization of the structure and surface acidity of hydroxy-chromium taeniolites, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, and J. A. Schwarz, J. Physical Chemistry 100 (1996) 15569-15574.

38. Effect of surface chemistry on sorption of water and methanol on activated carbons, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, A. Krzyzanowski and J. A. Schwarz, Langmuir 12 (1996) 6480-6486.

37. Hydrotalcite-like structures as molecular containers for preparation of microporous carbons, K. Putyera, T. J. Bandosz, J Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz, Applied Clay Science 10 (1995) 177.

36. Structural and adsorption properties of carbons synthesized within taeniolite matrices, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, K. Putyera, and J. A. Schwarz, J-N Rouzaud, I. Ben-Maimoun, F. Beguin, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 91 (1995) 493.

35. Determination of proton affinity distributions for chemical systems in aqueous environments using stable numerical solution of the adsorption integral equation, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz, Journal of Colloid Interface Science 172 (1995) 341-346.

34. Micropore structure development in Poly(Sodium-4-Styrenesulfonate) derived carbons, K. Putyera, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, J. A. Schwarz, Carbon 33 (19985) 1047.

33. Micropore structure of template derived carbons using adsorption of gases with different molecular diameters, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 91 (1995) 2929

32. Sieving properties of carbons obtained by template carbonization of polyfurfuryl alcohol within mineral matrices, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, K. Putyera, and J. A. Schwarz, Langmuir 11 (1995) 3964-3969.

31. Surface acidity of pillared taeniolites in terms of their proton affinity distributions, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, and J. A. Schwarz, Journal of Physical Chemistry 99 (1995) 13522.

30. Adsorption near ambient temperatures of methane, carbon tetrafluoride and sulfur hexafluoride on commercial activated carbons, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data 40 (1995) 1288

29. Sorption properties of carbon composite materials formed from layered minerals, K. Putyera, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz, Clays and Clay Minerals 42 (1994)

28. A study of carbon microstructure using inverse gas chromatography, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, and J. A. Schwarz, Carbon 32 (1994) 668.

27. Study of carbon smectite composites and carbons obtained by insitu carbonization of polyfurfuryl alcohol, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera, J. Jagiello, and J. A. Schwarz, Carbon 32 (1994) 659.

26. Carbon surface characterization in terms of its acidity constant distribution, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, and J. A. Schwarz, Carbon 32 (1994) 1026-1028

25. Adsorption energy and structural heterogeneity of activated carbons, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz, in Characterization of Porous Solids III (ed. J. Roquerol et al.) p. 679, Elsevier, Amsterdam 1994.

24. Pore structures of carbon-smectite nano composites, T. J. Bandosz, S. Gomez-Salazar, K. Putyera, and J. A. Schwarz, Microporous Materials 3 (1994) 177.

23. Characterization of acidity of pillared clays by proton affinity distribution and DRIFT spectroscopy, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, K. Putyera, and J. A. Schwarz, J.Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 90 (1994) 3573.

22. Effect of surface chemical groups on energetic heterogeneity of activated carbons, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz, Langmuir 9 (1993) 2518-2522 .

21. Application of inverse gas chromatography to the study of the surface properties of modified layered minerals, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz, Microporous Materials 1 (1993) 73.

20. Characterization of the surfaces of activated carbons in terms of their acidity constant distributions, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, C. Contescu and J. A. Schwarz, Carbon 31 (1993) 1193-445.

19. Application of inverse gas chromatography at infinite dilution to study the effects of oxidation of activated carbons, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz, Carbon 30 (1992) 63

18. Thermodynamic study of high-pressure adsorption of methane on activated carbons: the effect of oxidation on pore structure and adsorption energy heterogeneity, J. Jagiello, P. Sanghani, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz, Carbon 30 (1992) 507.

17. Inverse gas chromatography study of activated carbons: the effect of controlled oxidation on microstructure and surface chemical functionality, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz, Journal of Colloid Interface Science 151 (1992) 433.

16. A comparison of methods to asses surface acidic groups on activated carbons, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz, Analytical Chemistry 64 (1992) 892.

15. Inverse gas chromatography study of modified smectite surfaces, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, B. Andersen and J. A. Schwarz, Clays and Clay Minerals 40 (1992) 306.

14. Chemical and structural properties of clay minerals modified by inorganic and organic material, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, K. A. G. Amankwah and J. A. Schwarz, Clay Minerals 27 (1992) 435.

13. A Study of the activity of chemical groups on carbonaceous and model surfaces by means of infinite dilution chromatography, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz, Chromatographia 33 (1992) 441

12. Studies of the chemical character of the surface of smectite intercalated with hydroxy-aluminum oligocations, T. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and M. Zyla, Chemia Stosowana 33 (1991) 189.

11. Heat of adsorption and adsorption energy of ammonia on smectite intercalated with hydroxy-chromium oligocations as an index of the chemical character of the surface, T. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and M. Zyla, Przemysl Chemiczny (1991).

10. Physicochemical properties of the montmorillonite from Milowice intercalated with hydroxy-chromium oligocations, T. Bandosz and M. Zyla, Chemia Stosowana 33 (1989) 47.

9. Montmorillonite from Milowice intercalated with hydroxy-chromium oligocations as a new vapour and gas adsorbent, M. Zyla and T. Bandosz, Przemysl Chemiczny (1989).

8. Sorption properties, porosity and surface character of the intercalated smectites, T. Bandosz and M. Zyla, Zeszyty Naukowe AGH (1991).

7. Structural parameters of intercalated smectite in the light of sorption and other physicochemical studies, T. Bandosz, Bulletin of The Polish Academy of Sciences (Chemistry) 39 (1991) 167.

6. A comparative study of the main properties of montmorillonites intercalated with aluminum and chromium hydroxycations, M. Zyla and T. Bandosz, Polish Journal of Chemistry 65 (1991) 674.

5. Smectites intercalated with metal-hydroxy cations. Synthesis, physico-chemical properties and applications, T. Bandosz, Wiadomosci Chemiczne 42 (1988) 707.

4. A study of activity of the kaolin in the aspect its application as a rubber filler, T. Bandosz, S. Mocydlarz, St. Olkiewicz, A. Otowska, P. Wyszomirski and M. Zyla, Chemia Stosowana 31 (1987) 229.

3. Montmorillonite from Milowice intercalated with hydroxy-aluminum oligocations as vapour and gas adsorbent, M. Zyla and T. Bandosz, Mineralogia Polonica 18 (1987) 30.

2. Physico-chemical properties of the new sorbent – montmorillonite from Milowice intercalated with hydroxy-aluminum oligocations, T. Bandosz, A. Gawel and M. Zyla, Chemia Stosowana 31 (1987) 217.

1. A Study of the Polish sludged kaolin, P. Wyszomirski, T. Bandosz and M. Zyla, Gospodarka Surowcami Mineralnymi 2 (1986)



 

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