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1.Structural and optical characteristics of filtered vacuum arc deposited N:TiOx thin films 
E. Çetinörgü-Goldenberg, L. Burstein, I. Chayun-Zucker, R. Avni, R.L Boxman;
537, 2013, Thin Solid Films.


2. Treating wastewater from a pharmaceutical formulation facility by biological process and ozone
Y. Lester, H. Mamane, I. Zucker, D. Avisar;
47 (13), 2013, Water Research.

3. Options and limitations of hydrogen peroxide addition to enhance radical formation during ozonation of secondary effluents
U. Hübner, I. Zucker, and M. Jekel;
5 (1), 2015, Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination.


4. Influence of wastewater particles on ozone degradation of trace organic contaminants
I. Zucker, Y. Lester, D. Avisar, Y. Weinberger, U. Hübner, M. Jekel, H. Mamane;
49 (1), 2015, Environmental Science & Technology.


5. A hybrid process of biofiltration of secondary effluent followed by ozonation and short soil aquifer treatment for water reuse
I. Zucker, H. Mamane, H. Cikurel, M. Jekel, U. Hübner, D. Avisar;
84, 2015, Water Research.


6. Determination of oxidant exposure to predict contaminant removal
I. Zucker, H. Mamane, D. Avisar, M. Jekel, U. Hübner;
100, 2016, Water Research.


7. The role of soil aquifer treatment (sat) for effective removal of organic matter, trace organic compounds and microorganisms from secondary effluents pre-treated by ozone

Lakretz, H. Mamane, H. Cikurel, D. Avisar, E. Gelman, I. Zucker;
10.1080, 2017, Ozone: Science & Engineering.


8. Loss of phospholipid membrane integrity induced by two-dimensional nanomaterials
I. Zucker, J.R. Werber, Z.S. Fishman, S.M. Hashmi, U.R. Gabinet, X. Lu, C.O. Osuji, L.D. Pfefferle, M. Elimelech;
4 (10), 2017, Environmental Science & Technology Letters.


9. Enhanced antimicrobial activity through the controlled alignment of graphene nanosheets
X. Lu, X. Feng, J.R. Werber, C. Chu, I. Zucker, J. Kim, C. Osuji, M. Elimelech; –
114 (46), 2017, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.


10. Formation and degradation of n-oxide venlafaxine during ozonation and post-biological treatment
I.Zucker, H. Mamane, A. Riani, I. Gozlan, D. Avisar;
Volumes 619-620, 2018, Science of the Total Environment.


11. The role of nanotechnology in tackling global water challenges
M. Mauter, I. Zucker, F. Perreault, J.R. Werber, J. Kim, M. Elimelech;
1 (4), 2018, Nature Sustainability.


12. High performance nanofiltration membrane for effective removal of perfluoroalkyl substances at high water recovery
C. Boo, Y. Wang, I. Zucker, Y. Choo, C.O. Osuji, M. Elimelech;
52 (13), 2018, Environmental science & technology.


13. Reactive, self-cleaning ultrafiltration membrane functionalized with iron
oxychloride (FeOCl) nanocatalysts

M. Sun, I. Zucker, D.M. Davenport, X. Zhou, J. Qu & M. Elimelech;
52 (15), 2018, Environmental science & technology. 


14. Asymmetric membranes for membrane distillation and thermo-osmotic energy conversion
E. Shaulsky, V. Karanikola, A.P. Straub, A. Deshmukh, I. Zucker, and M. Elimelech
452, 2019, Desalination.


15. Electrospun silica nanofiber mats functionalized with ceria nanoparticles for water decontamination
I. Zucker, N. Dizge, C.L. Fausey, E. Shaulsky, M. Sun, M. Elimelech
9 (34), 2019, RSC Advances.


16. Removal of arsenic with reduced graphene oxide-TiO2-enabled nanofibrous mats
C.L. Fausey, I. Zucker, E. Shaulsky, J.B. Zimmerman, M. Elimelech
375, 2019, Chemical Engineering Journal.


17. 1,4-Dioxane as an emerging water contaminant – State of the science and evaluation of research needs
K.J.G. Pollitt, J.H. Kim, J. Peccia, M. Elimelech, Y. Zhang, G. Charkoftaki, B. Hodges, I. Zucker, H. Huang, N.C. Deizel, K. Murphy, M. Ishii, C.H. Johnson, A. Boissevain, E. O’Keefe, P. Anastas, D. Orlicky, D.C. Thompson, Vasilis Vasiliou
690, 2019, Science of the Total Environment. 


18. Shape-dependent interactions of manganese oxide nanomaterials with lipid bilayer vesicles
Ines Zucker, Sara M. Hashmi, Jason Yang, Yulian He, Lisa D. Pfefferle, Menachem Elimelech
35 (43), 2019, Langmuir. 


19. Capacitive deionization for simultaneous removal of salt and uncharged organic contaminants from water
Y. Lester, E. Shaulsky, R. Epsztein, I. Zucker
237, 2020, Separation and Purification Technology. 


20. Tunable molybdenum disulfide-enabled fiber mats for high-efficiency removal of mercury from water
C.L. Fausey, I. Zucker, D.E. Lee, E. Shaulsky, J.B. Zimmerman, and M. Elimelech
12 (16), 2020, ACS Applied Materials Interfaces. 


21. Rethinking wastewater risks and monitoring in light of the COVID-19 pandemic
A. Bogler, A. Packman, A. Furman, A. Gross, A. Kushmaro, A. Ronen, C. Dagot, C. Hill, D. Vaizel-Ohayon, E. Morgenroth, E. Bertuzzo, G. Wells, H. Raanan Kiperwas, H.Horn, I. Negev, I. Zucker, I. Bar-Or, J. Moran-Gilad, J. Luis Balcazar, K. Bibby, M. Elimelech, N. Weisbrod, O. Nir, O. Sued, O Gillor, P.J. Alvarez, S.a Crameri, S. Arnon, S. Walker, S. Yaron, T.H. Nguyen, Y. Berchenko, Y. Hu, Z. Ronen, and E. Bar-Zeev
3, 2020, Nature Sustainability.


22. Ozone membrane contactors for water and wastewater treatment: A critical review on materials selection, mass transfer and process design
E. Bein, I. Zucker, J.E. Drewes, and U. Hübner 
413, 2020,Chemical Engineering Journal.


23. Platform selection of engineered nanomaterials for water decontamination applications
A. Borovik, V. Karanikola, and I. Zucker
7 (12), 2020, Environmental science: Nano. 


24. Removal of emerging wastewater organic contaminants by polyelectrolyte multilayer nanofiltration membranes with tailored selectivity
Y. Wang, I. Zucker, C. Boo, and M. Elimelech
1 (3), 2021, ACS ES&T Engineering.


25. Pseudoviruses for the assessment of coronavirus disinfection by ozone
I. Zucker, Y. Lester, J. Alter, M. Werbner, Y. Yecheskel, M. Gal-Tanamy, M. Dessau
19 (2), 2021, Environmental Chemistry Letters. 


26. Questioning the suitability of available microplastics models for risk assessment – A critical review
A. E. Rubin, A. Kumar Sarkar,  I. Zucker
788, 2021,  Science of the Total Environment.


27. Engineered polystyrene-based microplastics of high environmental relevance

A. Kumar Sarkar, A. E. Rubin, I. Zucker
55 (15), 2021, Environmental Science and Technology.


28. Ozone consumption by soils: A critical factor in in-situ ozonation processes

Z. Ying, Y. Yecheskel, M. Huo, U. Hübner, and I. Zucker
1 (11), 2021, ACS EST Water.

29. Modeling the energy consumption of potable water reuse schemes

EW. Tow, AL. Hartman, A. Jaworowski, I. Zucker, S. Kum, M. AzadiAghdam, ER. Blatchley, A. Achilli, H. Gu, GM. Urper, DM. Warsinger.
13, 2021, Water Res X.

30. Interactions of microplastics and organic compounds in aquatic environments: A case study of augmented joint toxicity 

A.E. Rubin, I. Zucker
289, 2022, Chemosphere.

31. Emerging investigator series: Molybdenum disulfide-enabled activated carbon – a multifunctional adsorbent for practical water treatment applications 
K. Shapira, I. Zucker 
9 (2), 2022, Environmental Science: Nano

32. Matrix effects on the performance and mechanism of Hg removal from groundwater by MoS2 nanosheets

M. Wang, Q. Han, Y. Shu, K. Wang, L. Wang, B. Liu, I. Zucker, and Z. Wang
1 (1), 2022, Environ. Sci.: Adv.

33. Antibiofouling polyvinylidene fluoride membrane functionalized by poly(ionic liquid) brushes via atom transfer radical polymerization

H. Zhao, S. Ren, I. Zucker, Y. Bai, and Y. Wang
2 (7), 2022, ACS EST Engg.

34. The role of size, charge, and cholesterol of cell membrane models in interactions with graphene oxide

S. Sack, B. Zucker, Y. Yecheskel, and I. Zucker
432, 2022, J. Haz. Mat.

35. Mucin-based composites for efficient mercuric biosorption

S. Gavriely, S. Richter, and I. Zucker
6 (7), 2022, Adv. Sustain. Syst.

36. Sustainable design of molybdenum disulfide nanocomposites for silver recovery

T. Livne, Y. Yecheskel, A. K. Sarkar, and I. Zucker
10 (31), 2022, ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng.

37. Slow release of copper from jellyfish-based hydrogels for soil enrichment

S. Gavriely, S. Richter, I. Zucker
27 (32), 2022, NanoImpact

38. Mediterranean microplastic contamination: Israel’s coastline contributions

A.E. Rubin, L. Omeysi, I. Zucker
183, 2022, Marine Pollution Bulletin.

39. Engineering the performance and stability of molybdenum disulfide for heavy metal removal

E. Saias, A. Ismach, I. Zucker
15 (5), 2023, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 

40. Passive ozone injection through gas-permeable membranes for advanced in-situ groundwater remediation 

A. Dawas, Y. Yecheskel, E. Bein, U, Hubner, I. Zucker
3 (5), 2023, ACS ES&T Engineering Article ASAP

41. Risk assessment framework for microplastic in marine environments 

A. E. Rubin, R. Gnaim, S. Levi, I. Zucker
901, 166459, 2023 Science of The Total Environment

42. One-pot green bio-assisted synthesis of highly active catalytic palladium nanoparticles in porcine gastric mucin for environmental applications  

R. Nudelman, S. Zuarets, M. Lev, S. Gavrieli, L. Meshi, I. Zucker and S. Richter
5 (22), 2023, Nanoscale Advances

43. A novel catalytic filtration process using MnO2@sand and peroxymonosulfate for unselective removal of organic contaminants from water

E. Bein, Y. Yecheskel, I. Zucker, J. E. Drewes, U. Hübner
476 (2023), Chemical Engineering Journal

44. Groundwater remediation by in-situ membrane ozonation: Removal of aliphatic 1,4-dioxane and monocyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

E. Bein, G. Pasquazzo, A. Dawas, Y. Yecheskel, I. Zucker, J. E. Drewes, U. Hübner (2023)

111945 (2024), Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering

45. Catalytic ozonation using MnO2-enabled membranes: Toward direct delivery of hydroxyl radicals

Y. Yechezkel, L. Shreim, Z. Ying, O. Yashar, Y. He, and I. Zucker

11, 2, 179–184 (2024), Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett.

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