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(2023) Spatiotemporal Patterns of Iron and Arsenic Enrichment and Speciation in Rice Rhizosphere Under Soil Sulfate Amendment and Water Management
Fang X, Li S, Christl I & Kretzschmar R

(2022) Decreasing As in Rice: Interactions of Soil Sulfate Amendment and Water Management
Fang X, Christl I, Colina Blanco A, Planer-Friedrich B, Zhao F-J & Kretzschmar R

(2020) Binding of Cationic Pharmaceuticals to Soil Humic Acids and the Influence of Inorganic Cations
Christl I & Pedersen JA

(2019) Copper Sulfide Dissolution by Methanobactin, a Methanotrophic Chalcophore
Rushworth D, Hoffmann K, Christl I, Kretzschmar R, Schenkeveld W & Kraemer S

(2019) Effect of NOM on Copper Sulfide Nanoparticle Growth and Stability
Hoffmann K, Christl I, Bouchet S, Kaegi R & Kretzschmar R

(2017) Environmental Drivers for Arsenic Solubilization from Floodplain Soils
Simmler M, Bommer J, Frischknecht S, Christl I, Kotsev T & Kretzschmar R

(2011) Competitive Ligand Exchange between Cu-Humate Complexes and Methanobactin
Pesch M-L, Christl I, Kraemer SM & Kretzschmar R

(2007) Relating Siderophore-Promoted Dissolution to Properties of Ferrihydrite-Exopolysaccharide Coprecipitates
Mikutta C, Mikutta R, Bonneville S, Wagner F, Voegelin A, Christl I & Kretzschmar R

(2005) Effects of Metal Cation Binding on the Colloidal Stability of Kaolinite-Fulvic Acid Particles
Kretzschmar R, Heidmann I & Christl I

(2004) Copper and Lead Binding to Minerals Coated with Fulvic Acid
Christl I, Heidmann I & Kretzschmar R

(2004) Chemical Heterogeneity of Humic Substances and Mobile Soil Colloids Studied by X-Ray Microscopy and Microspectroscopy
Schumacher M, Scheinost A, Christl I, Jacobsen C & Kretzschmar R

(2002) Metal Sorption and Aggregation in Kaolinite-Fulvic Acid Dispersions
Heidmann I, Christl I & Kretzschmar R

(2001) Can Metal Sorption to Mineral-Organic Particles be Predicted by an Additive Model?
Kretzschmar R & Christl I

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