Wan-Ru Chen

Associate Professor

  • 618 Citations
  • 10 h-Index
20042018
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Chemical Compounds

Anti-Bacterial Agents
Roxarsone
Adsorption
Kinetics
Aluminum Oxide
Tetracycline
Tetracyclines
Arsanilic Acid
Carbadox
Oxytetracycline
Sulfapyridine
Lincosamides
Soils
Reaction kinetics
Bentonite
Sulfamethoxazole
Oxalic Acid
Albendazole
Chlortetracycline
Amitriptyline
Oxalates
Chlorination
Chlorine
Sulfonamides
Neurotoxins
Alanine
Desorption
Phosphates
Oxides
Anions
Metal ions
Ions
Reaction rates
Oxidation
Manures
Rate constants
sulfoxide
Oxygen
Sorption
Complexation
Electrons
Drinking Water
Phenols
Fluoroquinolones
Cations
Agriculture
Hydrolysis
manganese oxide
Arsenicals
Metals

Engineering & Materials Science

Adsorption
Antibiotics
Manganese oxide
Kinetics
Reaction rates
Water treatment plants
Oxides
Reaction kinetics
Complexation
Bactericides
Aluminum
Oxidation
Soils
Sorption
Positive ions
Adsorbents
Isomerization
Clay minerals
Reaction products
Phosphates
Hydrogen peroxide
Desorption
Ozone
Chlorine
Manganese
Metal ions
Hydrolysis
Oxidants
Negative ions
Manures
Acids
Rate constants
Iron
Ions
Potable water
Agriculture
Phenols
Degradation
Water
Isotherms
Peat
Impurities
Electrons
Cytotoxicity
Hydrophobicity
Ionic strength
Acetonitrile
Butenes
Dehydration
Ozonization

Earth & Environmental Sciences

antibiotics
manganese oxide
adsorption
kinetics
aluminum oxide
chlorine
oxidation
reaction kinetics
oxytetracycline
ion
manganese
oxalic acid
reaction rate
goethite
oxide
hydroxide
metal
hydroxyl radical
chlorination
oxidant
montmorillonite
complexation
desorption
iron oxide
hydrogen peroxide
phosphate
anion
oxalate
pollutant
aqueous solution
ozone
hydrolysis
soil
electron
acid
oxygen
catalysis
decomposition
aquatic environment
cleavage
modeling
drinking water
phenol
ether
drug
cation
pesticide
rate
degradation
mineral