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Hua G, Kim J., Reckhow DA.  2014.  Disinfection byproduct formation from lignin precursors. Water Research. 63(283):283-295.
Xie Y, Reckhow DA.  1997.  Development of a Method to Identify keto acids in ozonated fulvic acid solutions. Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 32(1):99-102.
Xie Y, Reckhow DA.  1997.  Development of a method to identify keto acids in ozonated fulvic acid solutions. Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 32(1):99–102.
Reckhow DA, Hull CS, Lehan R., Symons J.M., Kim H.S., Chang Y.M., Simms L., Pourmoghaddas H., Dressman R.C..  1990.  The determination of total organic halide in water: An interlaboratory comparative study of two methods. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry. 38(1):1-7.
Hua G, Reckhow DA.  2006.  Determination of TOCl, TOBr, and TOI in drinking water by pyrolysis and off-line ion chromatography. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. 384(2):495-504.
Zimmers SM, Browne EP, O'Keefe PW, Anderton DL, Kramer L, Reckhow DA, Arcaro KF.  2014.  Determination of free bisphenol A (BPA) concentrations in breast milk of U.S. women using a sensitive LC/MS/MS method. Chemosphere. 104:237–243.
Croue JPhilippe, Reckhow DA.  1989.  Destruction of chlorination byproducts with sulfite. Environmental Science & Technology. 23(11):1412–1419.
Liu B, Reckhow DA.  2013.  DBP formation in hot and cold water across a simulated distribution system: Effect of incubation time, heating time, pH, chlorine dose, and incubation temperature. Environmental Science & Technology. 47(20):11584-11591.
Hua G, Reckhow DA.  2008.  DBP formation during chlorination and chloramination: Effect of reaction time, pH, dosage, and temperature. Journal - American Water Works Association. 100(8):82-95.
Hua G, Reckhow DA, Abusallout I.  2015.  Correlation between SUVA and DBP formation during chlorination and chloramination of NOM fractions from different sources. Chemosphere. 130:82–89.
Corbin MJ, Reckhow DA, Tobiason JE, Kaminski GS.  2003.  Controlling DBPs by delaying chlorine addition until after filtration. Journal of the New England Water Works Association. 117(4):243-251.
Reckhow DA.  1999.  Control of Disinfection By-Product Formation Using Ozone. Formation and Control of Disinfection By-Products in Drinking Water .
Reckhow DA, Olin SS.  1998.  Contaminant Characteristics. Exposure to Contaminants in Drinking Water: Estimating Uptake through the Skin and by Inhalation. :256.
McClellan J.N, Reckhow DA, Tobiason JE, Edzwald JK, Smith DB.  2000.  A Comprehensive Kinetic Model for Chlorine Decay and Chlorination By-Product Formation. Natural Organic Matter and Disinfection By-Products. 761:223-246.
Hua G, Reckhow DA.  2007.  Comparison of disinfection byproduct formation from chlorine and alternative disinfectants. Water Research. 41(8):1667–1678.
Garvey E, Tobiason JE, Hayes M, Wolfram E, Reckhow DA, Male JW.  1998.  Coliform transport in a pristine reservoir: Modeling and field studies. Water Science & Technology. 37(2):137-144.
Reckhow DA, Singer PC, Malcolm RL.  1990.  Chlorination of humic materials: byproduct formation and chemical interpretations. Environmental Science & Technology. 24(11):1655–1664.
Reckhow DA, Singer PC.  1990.  Chlorination by-products in drinking waters: From formation potentials to finished water concentrations. Journal (American Water Works Association). 82(4):173-180.
Singer PC, Reckhow DA.  1999.  Chemical Oxidation. Water Quality & Treatment: A Handbook on Drinking Water, Sixth Edition. :12.1-12.51.
Singer PC, Reckhow DA.  2011.  Chemical Oxidation. Water Quality and Treatment: A Handbook on Drinking Water.
Goodwill JE, Jiang Y, Reckhow DA, Gikonyo JG, Tobiason JE.  2015.  Characterization of particles from ferrate pre-oxidation. Environmental Science & Technology. 49(8):4955–4962.
Xie Y, Reckhow DA, Springbord DC.  1998.  Analyzing HAAs and ketoacids without diazomethane. Journal of the American Water Works Association. 90(4):131-138.