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Kimberly Carter

Assistant Professor


Research

Organic Compounds in Industrial Wastewater
Electrochemical Degradation of Organic Compounds
Soil Remediation


Education

PhD The University of Arizona in Environmental Engineering, 2009
MS University of Tulsa of Arts in Education, 2004
MS University of Tulsa in Chemical Engineering, 2002
BS University of Tulsa in Chemical Engineering, 2000


Professional Service

Omega Chi Epsilon: Chemical Engineering Honor Society (2002)
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (1999 – 2002)
Society of Women Engineers (1998 – 2000)


Publications

Carter, K. and Gerdes, K. “Method for Direct Gas Phase Analysis using GC-ICP/MS”. Spectrochimica Acta B – Pending Editor’s Decision.

Gerdes, K. and Carter, K. “Calibration Strategy for Semi-Quantitative Direct Gas Analysis Using ICP-MS”. Spectrochimica Acta B, 2011, 66, 712-725.

Carter, K. E. and Farrell, J. “Adsorption of Perfluorinated Surfactants on Granular Activated Carbon and Ion Exchange Resins”. Separation Science and Technology, 2010, 45: 6, 762-767.

Carter, K. E. and Farrell, J. “Electrochemical Oxidation of Trichloroethylene Using Boron Doped Diamond Film Electrodes”. Environmental Science and Technology, 2009, 43, 8350-8354.

Carter, K. E. and Farrell, J. “Oxidative Destruction of Perfluorooctane Sulfonate using Boron Doped Diamond Film Electrodes”. Environmental Science and Technology, 2008, 42, 6111-6115.

Carter, K. E. “The use of Boron-Doped Diamond Film Electrodes for the Oxidative Degradation of Perfluorooctane Sulfonate and Trichloroethylene”. PhD Dissertation, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 2009.

Carter, K. E. “Remediation of Brine-Impacted Soils Using Hay”. Master’s Thesis, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK, 2002.


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