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Xie Y, Reckhow DA, Springbord DC.  1998.  Analyzing HAAs and ketoacids without diazomethane. Journal of the American Water Works Association. 90(4):131-138.
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.  1995.  Hydrolysis and Dehalogenation of Trihaloacetaldehydes. Disinfection By-Products in Water Treatment: The Chemistry of Their Formation and Control. :283-291.
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.  1994.  Formation of halogenated artifacts in brominated, chloraminated, and chlorinated solvents. Environmental Science Technology. 28(7):1357-1360.
Xie Y, Reckhow DA, Rajan R.V..  1993.  Spontaneous methylation of haloacetic acids in methanolic stock solutions. Environmental Science & Technology. 27(6):1232–1234.
Xie Y, Reckhow DA.  1993.  A rapid and simple analytical method for cyanogen chloride and cyanogen bromide in drinking water. Water Research. 27(3):507-511.
Xie Y, Reckhow DA.  1993.  Identification of trihaloacetaldehydes in ozonated and chlorinated fulvic acid solutions. Analyst. 118(1):71-72.
Xie Y, Reckhow DA.  1992.  Formation of ketoacids in ozonated drinking water. Ozone: Science & Engineering The Journal of the International Ozone Association . 14(3):269-275.
Xie Y, Rajan R.V., Reckhow DA.  1992.  Mass spectra of synthesized mixed bromochloroacetic acids. Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 27(7):807–810.