Rafael Linzmeyer Zornitta
Rafael Linzmeyer Zornitta
Researcher at Tecnalia Research & Innovation
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High-performance activated carbon from polyaniline for capacitive deionization
RL Zornitta, FJ García-Mateos, JJ Lado, J Rodríguez-Mirasol, T Cordero, ...
Carbon 123, 318-333, 2017
Simultaneous analysis of electrosorption capacity and kinetics for CDI desalination using different electrode configurations
RL Zornitta, LAM Ruotolo
Chemical Engineering Journal 332, 33-41, 2018
Effect of electrode properties and operational parameters on capacitive deionization using low-cost commercial carbons
RL Zornitta, JJ Lado, MA Anderson, LAM Ruotolo
Separation and Purification Technology 158, 39-52, 2016
Charge and Potential Balancing for Optimized Capacitive Deionization Using Lignin‐Derived, Low‐Cost Activated Carbon Electrodes
RL Zornitta, P Srimuk, J Lee, B Krüner, M Aslan, LAM Ruotolo, V Presser
ChemSusChem 11 (13), 2101-2113, 2018
Study of sugar cane bagasse fly ash as electrode material for capacitive deionization
JJ Lado, RL Zornitta, FA Calvi, MI Tejedor-Tejedor, MA Anderson, ...
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 120, 389-398, 2016
Recent advances in ion selectivity with capacitive deionization
JG Gamaethiralalage, K Singh, S Sahin, J Yoon, M Elimelech, ME Suss, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 14 (3), 1095-1120, 2021
Sodium ion removal by hydrated vanadyl phosphate for electrochemical water desalination
J Lee, P Srimuk, R Zwingelstein, RL Zornitta, J Choi, C Kim, V Presser
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 7 (8), 4175-4184, 2019
Confined Redox Reactions of Iodide in Carbon Nanopores for Fast and Energy‐Efficient Desalination of Brackish Water and Seawater
J Lee, P Srimuk, S Carpier, J Choi, RL Zornitta, C Kim, M Aslan, V Presser
ChemSusChem 11 (19), 3460-3472, 2018
Understanding the mechanism of carbonization and KOH activation of polyaniline leading to enhanced electrosorption performance
RL Zornitta, KM Barcelos, FGE Nogueira, LAM Ruotolo
Carbon, 2019
High electrochemical seawater desalination performance enabled by an iodide redox electrolyte paired with a sodium superionic conductor
J Lee, P Srimuk, RL Zornitta, M Aslan, BL Mehdi, V Presser
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 7 (11), 10132-10142, 2019
Enhanced capacitive deionization desalination provided by chemical activation of sugar cane bagasse fly ash electrodes
JJ Lado, RL Zornitta, FA Calvi, M Martins, MA Anderson, FGE Nogueira, ...
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 126, 143-153, 2017
Sugarcane biowaste-derived biochars as capacitive deionization electrodes for brackish water desalination and water-softening applications
JJ Lado, RL Zornitta, I Vazquez Rodriguez, K Malverdi Barcelos, ...
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 7 (23), 18992-19004, 2019
Modification of cation-exchange membranes with polyelectrolyte multilayers to tune ion selectivity in capacitive deionization
S Sahin, JE Dykstra, H Zuilhof, RL Zornitta, LCPM de Smet
ACS applied materials & interfaces 12 (31), 34746-34754, 2020
Development of three-dimensional electrodes of PbO2 electrodeposited on reticulated vitreous carbon for organic eletrooxidation
RM Farinos, RL Zornitta, LAM Ruotolo
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society 28, 187-196, 2017
Divalent Ion Selectivity in Capacitive Deionization with Vanadium Hexacyanoferrate: Experiments and Quantum‐Chemical Computations
K Singh, G Li, J Lee, H Zuilhof, BL Mehdi, RL Zornitta, LCPM de Smet
Advanced Functional Materials, 2105203, 2021
Simultaneous, Monovalent Ion Selectivity with Polyelectrolyte Multilayers and Intercalation Electrodes in Capacitive Deionization
K Singh, S Sahin, JG Gamaethiralalage, RL Zornitta, L de Smet
Chemical Engineering Journal, 128329, 2021
Modificação do polímero condutor polianilina para uso como trocador catiônico
RL Zornitta, G Pincelli, LAM Ruotolo
Química Nova 37, 1459-1464, 2014
Biowaste-Derived Carbon Electrodes for Capacitive Deionization
J Lado, LAM Ruotolo, RL Zornitta
ECS Meeting Abstracts, 901, 2018
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