Jeffrey A. Nason
Jeffrey A. Nason
Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering, Oregon State University
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Interactions between natural organic matter and gold nanoparticles stabilized with different organic capping agents
DP Stankus, SE Lohse, JE Hutchison, JA Nason
Environmental science & technology 45 (8), 3238-3244, 2011
Influence of liberated silver from silver nanoparticles on nitrification inhibition of Nitrosomonas europaea
TS Radniecki, DP Stankus, A Neigh, JA Nason, L Semprini
Chemosphere 85 (1), 43-49, 2011
Effects of natural organic matter type and concentration on the aggregation of citrate-stabilized gold nanoparticles
JA Nason, SA McDowell, TW Callahan
Journal of Environmental Monitoring 14 (7), 1885-1892, 2012
Differential stability of lead sulfide nanoparticles influences biological responses in embryonic zebrafish
L Truong, IS Moody, DP Stankus, JA Nason, MC Lonergan, RL Tanguay
Archives of toxicology 85, 787-798, 2011
Quantification of heteroaggregation between citrate-stabilized gold nanoparticles and hematite colloids
BM Smith, DJ Pike, MO Kelly, JA Nason
Environmental science & technology 49 (21), 12789-12797, 2015
Nanoparticle aggregation in a freshwater river: the role of engineered surface coatings
MC Surette, JA Nason
Environmental Science: Nano 6 (2), 540-553, 2019
Effects of surface coating character and interactions with natural organic matter on the colloidal stability of gold nanoparticles
MC Surette, JA Nason
Environmental Science: Nano 3 (5), 1144-1152, 2016
Factors influencing dissolved copper concentrations in Oregon highway storm water runoff
JA Nason, DJ Bloomquist, MS Sprick
Journal of Environmental Engineering 138 (7), 734-742, 2012
Influence of surface charge distributions and particle size distributions on particle attachment in granular media filtration
J Kim, JA Nason, DF Lawler
Environmental science & technology 42 (7), 2557-2562, 2008
Determination of copper speciation in highway stormwater runoff using competitive ligand exchange–Adsorptive cathodic stripping voltammetry
JA Nason, MS Sprick, DJ Bloomquist
Water research 46 (17), 5788-5798, 2012
Granular media filtration: old process, new thoughts
DF Lawler, JA Nason
Water Science and Technology 53 (7), 1-7, 2006
Particle size distribution dynamics during precipitative softening: Declining solution composition
JA Nason, DF Lawler
water research 43 (2), 303-312, 2009
Evaluation of labeling methods used for investigating the environmental behavior and toxicity of metal oxide nanoparticles
AR Deline, JA Nason
Environmental Science: Nano 6 (4), 1043-1066, 2019
Effects of aluminum hydrolysis products and natural organic matter on nanofiltration fouling with PACl coagulation pretreatment
YH Choi, JA Nason, JH Kweon
Separation and Purification Technology 120, 78-85, 2013
Particle size distribution dynamics during precipitative softening: Constant solution composition
JA Nason, DF Lawler
Water research 42 (14), 3667-3676, 2008
Zeta potential distributions in particle treatment processes
J Kim, JA Nason, DF Lawler
Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology—AQUA 55 (7-8), 461-470, 2006
What is “Environmentally Relevant”? A framework to advance research on the environmental fate and effects of engineered nanomaterials
MC Surette, JA Nason, SL Harper, DM Mitrano
Environmental Science: Nano 8 (9), 2414-2429, 2021
Integral water treatment plant modeling: improvements for particle processes
DF Lawler, JA Nason
Environmental science & technology 39 (17), 6337-6342, 2005
The influence of surface coating functionality on the aging of nanoparticles in wastewater
MC Surette, JA Nason, R Kaegi
Environmental Science: Nano 6 (8), 2470-2483, 2019
Natural organic matter surface coverage as a predictor of heteroaggregation between nanoparticles and colloids
DM Oney, JA Nason
Environmental Science: Nano 8 (3), 687-697, 2021
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