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Trend Research Centre


United Kingdom

School of Chemical Engineering, University of Birmingham, UK

Dr. D. A. John wase

1.        Ho, Y.S., McKay, G., Wase, D.A.J. and Forster, C.F. (2000), Study of the sorption of divalent metal ions on to peat. Adsorption Science & Technology, 18 (7), 639-650.

2.        Wase, D.A.J., Forster, C.F. and Ho, Y.S. (1997), Low-cost biosorbents: Batch processes. in Biosorbents for Metal Ions, (Edited by Wase, D.A.J. and Forster, C.F.), Taylor and Francis, London and New York, 141-163.

3.        Ho, Y.S., Wase, D.A.J. and Forster, C.F. (1996), Removal of lead ions from aqueous-solution using sphagnum moss peat as adsorbent. Water SA, 22 (3), 219-224.

4.        Ho, Y.S., Wase, D.A.J. and Forster, C.F. (1996), Kinetic studies of competitive heavy metal adsorption by sphagnum moss peat. Environmental Technology, 17 (1), 71-77.

5.        Ho, Y.S., Wase, D.A.J. and Forster, C.F. (1995), Batch nickel removal from aqueous solution by sphagnum moss peat. Water Research, 29 (5), 1327-1332.

6.        Ho, Y.S., Wase, D.A.J. and Forster, C.F. (1994), The adsorption of divalent copper ions from aqueous solution by sphagnum moss peat. Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 72 (B3), 185-194.

School of Civil Engineering, University of Birmingham, UK

Dr. Forster, C.F. (Deceased)

1.        Ho, Y.S., McKay, G., Wase, D.A.J. and Forster, C.F. (2000), Study of the sorption of divalent metal ions on to peat. Adsorption Science & Technology, 18 (7), 639-650.

7.        Wase, D.A.J., Forster, C.F. and Ho, Y.S. (1997), Low-cost biosorbents: Batch processes. in Biosorbents for Metal Ions, (Edited by Wase, D.A.J. and Forster, C.F.), Taylor and Francis, London and New York, 141-163.

2.        Ho, Y.S., Wase, D.A.J. and Forster, C.F. (1996), Removal of lead ions from aqueous-solution using sphagnum moss peat as adsorbent. Water SA, 22 (3), 219-224.

3.        Ho, Y.S., Wase, D.A.J. and Forster, C.F. (1996), Kinetic studies of competitive heavy metal adsorption by sphagnum moss peat. Environmental Technology, 17 (1), 71-77.

4.        Ho, Y.S., Wase, D.A.J. and Forster, C.F. (1995), Batch nickel removal from aqueous solution by sphagnum moss peat. Water Research, 29 (5), 1327-1332.

5.        Ho, Y.S., Wase, D.A.J. and Forster, C.F. (1994), The adsorption of divalent copper ions from aqueous solution by sphagnum moss peat. Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 72 (B3), 185-194.

Department of Chemistry, Unrversity of Sheffield, UK

Prof. David E. Fenton

Dr. Blanca A. Najera

HARRY ADAMS | The University of Sheffield, Sheffield | Sheffield ...

Dr. Cecilia O. Rodriguez de Barbarin

Mr. Harry Adams

Dr. Neil A. Bailey

Dr. Gareth J. Humber

1.        Adams, H., Fenton, D.E., Ho, Y.S., Najera, B.A. and Rodriguez de Barbarin, C.O. (1997), The X-ray crystal structures of two derivatives of 2,6-bis{[2-(dimethoxymethyl)phenoxy]methyl}pyridine. Journal of Chemical Research-S, 6, 188-189.

2.        Bailey, N.A., Debarbarin, C.O.R., Fenton, D.E., Ho, Y.S. and Humber, G.J. (1995), The synthesis and crystal-structure of a cerium(III) complex of 2,6-bis (2-formylphenoxymethyl)pyridine. Inorganica Chimica Acta, 232 (1-2), 227-230.

3.        Adams, H., Bailey, N.A., Fenton, D.E. and Ho, Y.S. (1993), A polymetric tetraimine schiff base macrocyclic complex of silver(I). Inorganica Chimica Acta, 212 (1-2), 65-68.

4.        Adams, H., Bailey, N.A., Bastida, R., Fenton, D.E., Ho, Y.S. and Hempstead, P.D. (1992), The reaction of 2,6-bis(2-formylphenoxymethyl)pyridine and bis(2-aminoethyl) ether in the presence and absence of metal cations: The crystal structure of a [1+1] macrocyclic product. Journal of Chemical Research-S, 6, 190-191.

5.        Adams, H., Fenton, D.E., Ho, Y.S., Najera, B.A. and Rodriguez de Barbarin, C.O. (1997), The X-ray crystal structures of two derivatives of 2,6-bis{[2-(dimethoxymethyl)phenoxy]methyl}pyridine. Journal of Chemical Research. Miniprint., 6 (3), 1237-1251.

6.        Adams, H., Bailey, N.A., Bastida, R., Fenton, D.E., Ho, Y.S. and Hempstead, P.D. (1992), The reaction of 2,6-bis(2-formylphenoxymethyl)pyridine and bis(2-aminoethyl) ether in the presence and absence of metal cations: The crystal structure of a [1+1] macrocyclic product. Journal of Chemical Research. Miniprint., 1501-1516.