|Biochar as a sorbent for contaminant management in soil and water: a review|
M Ahmad, AU Rajapaksha, JE Lim, M Zhang, N Bolan, D Mohan, ...
Chemosphere 99, 19-33, 2014
|Engineered/designer biochar for contaminant removal/immobilization from soil and water: potential and implication of biochar modification|
AU Rajapaksha, SS Chen, DCW Tsang, M Zhang, M Vithanage, S Mandal, ...
Chemosphere 148, 276-291, 2016
|Trichloroethylene adsorption by pine needle biochars produced at various pyrolysis temperatures|
M Ahmad, SS Lee, AU Rajapaksha, M Vithanage, M Zhang, JS Cho, ...
Bioresource technology 143, 615-622, 2013
|Pyrolysis condition affected sulfamethazine sorption by tea waste biochars|
AU Rajapaksha, M Vithanage, M Zhang, M Ahmad, D Mohan, SX Chang, ...
Bioresource technology 166, 303-308, 2014
|Enhanced sulfamethazine removal by steam-activated invasive plant-derived biochar|
AU Rajapaksha, M Vithanage, M Ahmad, DC Seo, JS Cho, SE Lee, ...
Journal of hazardous materials 290, 43-50, 2015
|Biochar based removal of antibiotic sulfonamides and tetracyclines in aquatic environments: a critical review|
C Peiris, SR Gunatilake, TE Mlsna, D Mohan, M Vithanage
Bioresource Technology 246, 150-159, 2017
|Arsenic uptake by plants and possible phytoremediation applications: a brief overview|
M Vithanage, BB Dabrowska, AB Mukherjee, A Sandhi, P Bhattacharya
Environmental chemistry letters 10 (3), 217-224, 2012
|Antimony as a global dilemma: geochemistry, mobility, fate and transport|
I Herath, M Vithanage, J Bundschuh
Environmental pollution 223, 545-559, 2017
|Interaction of arsenic with biochar in soil and water: a critical review|
M Vithanage, I Herath, S Joseph, J Bundschuh, N Bolan, YS Ok, ...
Carbon 113, 219-230, 2017
|Applications of biochar in redox-mediated reactions|
Y Yuan, N Bolan, A Prévoteau, M Vithanage, JK Biswas, YS Ok, H Wang
Bioresource technology 246, 271-281, 2017
|Sorption and transport of sulfamethazine in agricultural soils amended with invasive-plant-derived biochar|
M Vithanage, AU Rajapaksha, X Tang, S Thiele-Bruhn, KH Kim, SE Lee, ...
Journal of environmental management 141, 95-103, 2014
|Biochar production from date palm waste: charring temperature induced changes in composition and surface chemistry|
ARA Usman, A Abduljabbar, M Vithanage, YS Ok, M Ahmad, M Ahmad, ...
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 115, 392-400, 2015
|Immobilization and phytotoxicity reduction of heavy metals in serpentine soil using biochar|
I Herath, P Kumarathilaka, A Navaratne, N Rajakaruna, M Vithanage
Journal of Soils and Sediments 15 (1), 126-138, 2015
|Fluoride in the environment: sources, distribution and defluoridation|
M Vithanage, P Bhattacharya
Environmental Chemistry Letters 13 (2), 131-147, 2015
|Kinetics, thermodynamics and mechanistic studies of carbofuran removal using biochars from tea waste and rice husks|
M Vithanage, SS Mayakaduwa, I Herath, YS Ok, D Mohan
Chemosphere 150, 781-789, 2016
|Equilibrium and kinetic mechanisms of woody biochar on aqueous glyphosate removal|
SS Mayakaduwa, P Kumarathilaka, I Herath, M Ahmad, M Al-Wabel, ...
Chemosphere 144, 2516-2521, 2016
|Mechanistic modeling of arsenic retention on natural red earth in simulated environmental systems|
M Vithanage, R Chandrajith, A Bandara, R Weerasooriya
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 294 (2), 265-272, 2006
|Surface complexation modeling and spectroscopic evidence of antimony adsorption on iron-oxide-rich red earth soils|
M Vithanage, AU Rajapaksha, X Dou, NS Bolan, JE Yang, YS Ok
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 406, 217-224, 2013
|Natural arsenic in global groundwaters: distribution and geochemical triggers for mobilization|
I Herath, M Vithanage, J Bundschuh, JP Maity, P Bhattacharya
Current Pollution Reports 2 (1), 68-89, 2016
|The role of biochar, natural iron oxides, and nanomaterials as soil amendments for immobilizing metals in shooting range soil|
AU Rajapaksha, M Ahmad, M Vithanage, KR Kim, JY Chang, SS Lee, ...
Environmental geochemistry and health 37 (6), 931-942, 2015