Organic micropollutants are synthetic chemicals released in the environment or produced by (a)biotic degradation of anthropogenic substances under environmental conditions and during water treatment. Vittorio Albergamo combined liquid chromatography with high-resolution tandem mass spectrometry to investigate the removal of polar micropollutants from riverbank filtrate by reverse osmosis drinking water treatment.
V. Albergamo: Polar Organic Contaminants in Natural Drinking Water Sources and Their Removal by Reverse Osmosis. A High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry Study
Prof. W.P. de Voogt
Prof. W.G.J. van der Meer
Prof. E.R. Cornelissen