Peer-reviewed science

Read up on features, mechanisms and performance of our DEXSORB® technology in major peer-reviewed academic journals.

Technology, Science and Culture Vol II

“Water Quality in the Twenty-First Century: New Tools for the Characterization and Remediation of Emerging Chemical Contaminants”; Technology, Science and Culture Vol II, January 13, 2020

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JACS August 2018

Journal of American Chemical Society

“Resorcinarene Cavitand Polymers for the Remediation of Halomethanes and 1,4-Dioxane,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, August 14, 2019

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Environment Science & Technology

“Benchmarking micropollutant removal by activated carbon and porous -cyclodextrin polymers under environmentally relevant scenarios”; Environmental Science & Technology, May 30, 2017

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Water Research

“QSARs to predict adsorption affinity of organic micropollutants for activated carbon and β-cyclodextrin polymer adsorbents,” Water Research, May 2019

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Journal of Chromatography A

“Tetrafluoroterephthalonitrile-crosslinked β-cyclodextrin polymers for efficient extraction and recovery of organic micropollutants from water”; Journal of Chromatography, March 16, 2018

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Journal of the American Chemical Society

“Cyclodextrin Polymer Network Sequesters Perfluorooctanoic Acid at Environmentally Relevant Concentrations”; Journal of American Chemical Society, May 30, 2017

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Chemistry of Materials

“Cotton Fabric Functionalized with a Cyclodextrin Polymer Captures Organic Pollutants from Contaminated Air and Water”; Chemistry of Materials, October 24, 2016

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“Rapid removal of organic micropollutants from water by a porous-cyclodextrin polymer”; Nature, January 14, 2016

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