Anthony J. Bednar, PhD
- B.S., Arkansas State Universy, Jonesboro, AR, 1998, Chemistry
- Ph.D., Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, 2002, Geochemistry
- Analytical methods development, primarily coupling of techniques such as HPLC and FFF (Field Flow Fractionation) to elemental analysis instruments, such as ICP-AES and ICP-MS.
- Applications of ICP (AES/MS) techniques to complex environmental matrices such as acid mine drainage and organic-rich agricultural waters.
- Investigations of fate and chemistry of organoarsenical and other pesticides used in agriculture.
- Redox chemistry of elements, such as iron, manganese, arsenic, and selenium, in acid mine drainage and agriculturally impacted waters.
- Colloid transport and analysis
- Low-level perchlorate detection
- Mobility and containment of radionuclides in soils
- Low-level perchlorate analysis
- Arsenic speciation in soil and plants
- Uranium speciation and binding to natural organic matter