Campus Box 1180
1 Brookings Dr
Saint Louis MO 63130-4899
Aquatic Chemistry; Water Treatment; Environmental Biogeochemistry; Environmental Nanotechnology
Dr. Giammar has been at Washington University since 2002. He is actively involved in environmental engineering research and education at the university. His research on aquatic chemistry has applications to both natural and engineered aquatic systems.
Giammar, D. E., Maus, C. J., and L. Xie, Effects of particle size and crystalline phase on lead adsorption to titanium dioxide nanoparticles, Environmental Engineering Science, in press, 2007.
Ramaswami, B., Dryden, S.K, Yuan, Z., Giammar, D.E., and L.T. Angenent, A rapid reverse transciption-PCR assay for F+ RNA coliphages to trace fecal pollution in Table Rock Lake on the Arkansas-Missouri border, Water Research, in press, 2006.
Giammar, D.E., Bruant, R.G., Jr., Peters, C.A., Forsterite dissolution and magnesite precipitation at conditions relevant for deep saline aquifer storage and sequestration of carbon dioxide, Chemical Geology, 217: 257-276, 2005.
Giammar, D.E. and Hering, J.G., Influence of dissolved sodium and cesium on uranyl oxide hydrate solubility, Environmental Science and Technology, 38: 171-179, 2004.
Giammar, D.E. and Hering, J.G., Equilibrium and kinetic aspects of soddyite dissolution and secondary phase precipitation in aqueous suspension, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 66: 3235-3245, 2002.