Stone, Alan T.

Professor
Environmental Health And Engineering

Ames Hall 304
(410) 516-8476
astone@jhu.edu

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ACS holds special symposium to honor DoGEE’s Alan Stone

July 22, 2016

A special symposium will honor Alan T. Stone, professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering, at the the 252nd American Chemical Society Meeting, to be held August 21 through 25 in Philadelphia. The three-day symposium—“Aquatic Chemistry: Interfaces of Organic, Inorganic and Surface Chemistry in Natural and Engineered Systems”—is being organized by several of Alan’s […]

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Education
  • Ph.D. 1983, CALIF INSTITUTE TECH
Experience
  • 2016 - 2016:  Lecturer, DOGEE Safety Training, Parts I and II
  • 2012 - 2015:  Chair, Homewood Safety Committee
  • 2011 - 2011:  Chair, Whiting School of Engineering Safety Committee
  • 2009 - 2009:  Post-doc, Department of Chemistry, Umea University, Umea, Sweden
  • 2008 - 2008:  Co-Chair, Soil Science Society of America/Geological Society of America
  • 2008 - 2008:  Hooked on Metals: Profile of Alan Stone, Environmental Chemist, Cogito Forum (Internet), Center for Talented Youth (August/September 2008)", Center for Talented Youth
  • 2006 - 2006:  Discussion Leader, Environmental Bioinorganic Chemistry Gordon Conference
  • 2006 - 2006:  Discussion Leader, Environmental Sciences: Water Gordon Conference
  • 2000 - 2000:  Co-Convener, National Groundwater Association
  • 1995 - Present:  Officer, Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering
Research Areas
  • Abiotic degradation of inorganic and organic pollutants
  • Agriculture
  • Aquaculture
  • Aqueous chemistry of allelochemicals
  • Aqueous chemistry of natural antibiotics
  • Aqueous chemistry of other extracellular biochemicals
  • Aqueous chemistry of quorum-quenching chemicals
  • Bio-geochemistry
  • Chelating agents and other hydrophilic compounds in enviornmental media
  • Chemical kinetics and mechanisms of enviornmental reactions
  • Chemical reacitons in biofluids
  • Chemical structure-reactivity relationships
  • Coordination chemistry
  • Heterogenous chemistry of soils, sediments, and aquifers
  • Metal ion speciation in natural and engineered systems
  • Nanoscale reactions at the surface of oxide/hydroxides and other minerals
  • Nuclide subsurface chemistry and transport
  • Oxidaiton-reduction and nucleophile-electrophile reactions, homogeneous and heterogeneous
  • Silviculture
  • Thermodynamics and kinetics
  • Toxic metal ion and radio
Awards
  • 2016:  Aquatic Chemistry: Symposium in Honor of Professor Alan T. Stone
  • 2016:  Invited speaker
  • 2014:  Invited Speaker, Symposium in Honor of Professor Chin-Pao Huang, American Chemical Society Division of Environmental Chemistry, San Francisco, CA
  • 2014:  Invited Speaker, Advances in Geochemical and Biomolecular Research of Metal-Organo-Microbe Interactions Symposium, Goldschmidt Conference, Sacramento, CA
  • 2014:  Invited Speaker, Advances in the Understanding of the Environmental Geochemistry of Manganese (Mn) Oxides Symposium, American Chemical Society Division of Geochemistry, Dallas, TX
  • 2013:  Environmental Science & Technology Excellence in Review Award
  • 2013:  Invited Speaker, Symposium in Honor of Professor George Luther, American Chemical Society Division of Geochemistry, New Orleans, LA
  • 2012:  Ph.D. Committee Member, Marie-Laure Pesch, Institute for Biogeochemistry and Pollutant Dynamics, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
  • 2011:  Invited Speaker, International Experts Workshop on Hexavalent Chromium in Drinking Water, Greek Ministry of the Environment, Energy & Climate Change, Athens, Greece
  • 2009:  Keynote Speaker, Medical Mineralogy and Geochemistry Symposium, Goldschmidt Conference, Davos, Switzerland
  • 2009:  Invited Speaker, Symposium in Honor of Professor James O. Leckie, American Chemical Society, Salt Lake City, UT
  • 2009:  Opponent on Ph.D. Thesis of Malin, Department of Chemistry, Umea University, Umea, Sweden
  • 2008:  Plenary Speaker, V Congreso Iberoamericano de Fisica y Quimica Ambiental, Mar del Plata, Argentina
  • 2005:  Invited Speaker, Frontiers in Exploration of the Critical Zone Workshop, National Science Foundation, Newark, DE
  • 2004:  Ph.D. Committee Member, Petra Reichard, Institute for Terrestrial Ecology, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
  • 2003:  Keynote Speaker, Biogeochemistry of Chelating Agents Symposium, American Chemical Society of Environmental Chemistry, New York, NY
  • 2003:  Keynote Lecture - "Biogeochemistry of Chelating Agents" Symposium - American Chemical Society 226th National Meeting - New York - NY.
  • 2003:  Keynote Speaker, Biogeochemical Controls on the Mobility and Bioavailability of Metals in Soils and Groundwater Workshop, Monte Verita, Ascona, Switzerland
  • 2003:  Invited Speaker, Earth-Life Interaction through Electron Transfer at the Microbe-Mineral Interface Workshop, Biogeochemistry Grand Challenge Workshop, Office of Biological and Environmental Research, Department of Energy, Richland, WA
  • 2002:  Keynote Speaker, Biogenic Substances in the Environment Symposium, Goldschmidt Conference, Davos, Switzerland
  • 2002:  Guest Editor, Professor James J. Morgan Festschrift Issue, Environmental Science & Technology
  • 2001:  Invited Speaker, Metals in the Weathering Environment Symposium, Goldschmidt Conference, Hot Springs, VA
  • 2001:  Invited Speaker, Symposium Honoring Professor Michael R. Hoffmann, American Chemical Society Division of Environmental Chemistry, San Diego, CA
  • 2000:  Invited Speaker, Environmental Sciences: Water Gordon Conference
  • 2000:  AEESP Keynote Speaker, Symposium in Honor of Professor James J. Morgan, American Chemical Society Division of Environmental Chemistry, Washington, DC
  • 2000:  Conference Organizer and Speaker, Iron in Groundwater Theis Conference, National Ground Water Association, Jackson Hole, WY
  • 1999:  Guest Professorship, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
  • 1997:  Invited Speaker, Environmental Mineralogy Symposium, Geological Society of America, Salt Lake City, UT
  • 1997:  Keynote Speaker, Environmental Chemistry at Soil Mineral Surfaces" Symposium, Soil Science Society of America, Anaheim, CA
  • 1997:  Opponent on Ph.D. Thesis of Jan Nordin, Department of Chemistry, Umea University, Umea, Sweden
  • 1997:  Rieth Lecturer, Department of Civil Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
  • 1996:  Chair, Environmental Sciences: Water Gordon Conference
  • 1996:  Invited Speaker, Interactions of Small Solutes with Materials of Environmental Relevance, Monte Verita Conference, Ascona, Switzerland
  • 1995:  Invited Speaker, Soil Chemistry and Ecosystem Health Workshop, Soil Science Society of America, St. Louis, MO
  • 1995:  Invited Speaker, Chemical Kinetics and the Environment Symposium, American Chemical Society, Chicago, IL
  • 1995:  Invited Speaker, Structure and Chemical Reactivity of Heterogeneous Natural Environmental Surfaces Symposium, Soil Science Society of America, St. Louis, MO
  • 1994:  Invited Speaker, Soil Chemistry and the Environment Symposium, 15th World Congress of Soil Science, International Society of Soil Science, Acapulco, Mexico
  • 1993:  Invited Speaker, State-of-the-Art Symposium on Environmental Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Denver, CO
  • 1992:  Invited Lecture, European Environmental Research Organization Short Course on the Environmental Chemistry of Organic Pollutants, Siena, Italy
  • 1992:  Invited Speaker, Impact of Interactions of Inorganic, Organic, and Microbiological Soil Components on Environmental Quality Symposium, International Society of Soil Science, Edmonton, Canada
  • 1991:  Invited Speaker, Second International Symposium on Environmental Chemistry, University Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City
  • 1991:  Invited Speaker, Symposium in Honor of Professor Werner Stumm, European Environmental Research Organization, Davos, Switzerland
  • 1989:  Kappe Environmental Engineering Lecture, Penn State University
  • 1989:  Invited Speaker, Symposium on Kinetics of Physicochemical Phenomena in Soils, Soil Science Society of America, Las Vegas, NV
  • 1989:  Invited Speaker, First Environmental Chemistry International Symposium and 3rd University Scientist's Meeting in Environmental Pollution, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City
  • 1988:  Nominated Member of Sigma Xi
  • 1988:  Invited Speaker, Environmental Sciences: Water Gordon Conference
  • 1982:  Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, Inc. Fellowship
  • 1978:  Nominated to Phi Beta Kappa
  • 1978:  Special Institute Fellowship, California Institute of Technology
Presentations
  • "Pressure-Driven Research and Its Very Desirable Consequences", Bromery Seminar, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, JHU.  Baltimore Maryland, United States of America (the).  February 22, 2018
  • "Reactivity in situations where life's control over coordination is weak or non-existent", American Chemical Society National Meeting.  Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C., United States of America (the).  August 22, 2017
  • "Drinking Water: What's There Naturally, What We Add, What We Take Out, and What's Picked Up on the Way to the Tap", Special Lecture on Engineering Innovation, Eng Education Summer Program, Whiting School of Eng..  Baltimore Maryland, United States of America (the).  July 6, 2017
  • "Overlooked oxidation states of chemical elements in treatment plants and the environment: Interconnections between speciation and reactivity", American Chemical Society National Meeting.  San Francisco, United States of America (the).  April 2, 2017
  • "Beyond disinfectants: What other oxidants (or reductants) can turn benign organic compounds into toxins?", Invited Seminar, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Penn State.  State College Pennsylvania, United States of America (the).  March 22, 2017
  • "Natural Products in Environmental Engineering: Exploring Reactivity", Department Seminar.  Philadelphia, PA.  November 30, 2016
  • "What Are You Interested In? What Do You Think Is Important?", James J. Morgan Symposium, in honor of his 50 years of service at Caltech.  Pasadena, CA.  September 23, 2016
  • "Chemical reactivity of hydrous manganese oxide nanoparticles generated during permanganate use", Characterization, Reactivity, Sorption & Thermochemical Properties of Mixed Oxides: Symposium in honor of Alexandra Navrotsky.  Philadelphia, PA.  August 22, 2016
  • "Permanganate oxidations: organic intermediates, products and ambient chemistry effects", Aquatic Chemistry: Symposium in Honor of Professor Alan T. Stone.  Philadelphia, PA.  August 22, 2016
  • "Permanganate Oxidation of Alpha-Hydroxycarboxylic Acids: Hammett Relationship and Metal Ion Catalysis", Environmental Sciences: Water Conference.  Holderness, NH.  June 27, 2016
  • "Iron and Aluminum Metal Ions After Pathways and Rates of Permanganate Oxidations", Exploring a Range of Contaminants and Treatment for Water Quality Challenges Symposium.  Chicago, IL.  June 20, 2016
  • "Multistep Oxidations of Organic Molecules by Environmentally Relevant Metal Oxidants", Department Seminar.  Beijing, People's Republic of China.  May 20, 2016
  • "Permanganate Oxidations: Closer Scrutiny of Organic Reaction Products and Ambient Chemistry Effects", Department Seminar.  Beijing, People's Republic of China.  May 19, 2016
  • "Permanganate, H-Phosphonate, and Other Below-The-Radar Inorganics in Food and Water", Department Seminar.  Catonsville, MD.  April 8, 2016
  • "The Heterogeneous Nature of Permanganate Oxidation Reactions", Surface Physicochemical Processes in Engineered and Natural Systems Symposium.  Denver, CO.  March 26, 2015
  • "INVITED SPEAKER: Adsorption and Reaction at Mineral/Water Interfaces: Relevance To Natural Products and Agricultural Chemicals", Division of Geochemistry.  Denver, Colorado.  March 25, 2015
  • "Transient Electrophiles and Nucleophiles in Soils: Sources, Sinks, and Relevance", Organic Molecule Interactions with Mineral Surfaces as Key Regulators of Soil Processes Symposium, Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting.  Long Beach, CA.  November 5, 2014
  • "Permanganate and Hydrous Manganese Oxide Oxidations May Have Consequences for Product Water Quality", Symposium in Honor of Professor Chin-Pao Huang, Division of Environmental Chemistry, American Chemical Society National Meeting.  San Francisco, CA.  August 11, 2014
  • "Physical Organic Chemistry Relevant to Metal Ion Biogeochemistry", Linking Carbon and Metal Biogeochemistry: Advances in Geochemical and Biomolecular Research of Metal-Organo-Microbe Interactions Symposium, 24th Annual Goldschmidt Conference, The Geochemical Society.  Sacramento, CA.  June 10, 2014
  • "Redox Reactions Between Metal Species and Organics During Water Treatment and Conveyance. Unintended Consequences", University of Missouri, Joint Seminar in Environmental Engineering and Chemical Engineering.  Columbia, MO.  March 21, 2014
  • "Adsorption of Anionic Reductants Onto Manganese (Hydr)Oxide Minerals and Consequences for Electron Transfer", Advances in the Understanding of the Environmental Geochemistry of Manganese (Mn) Oxides Symposium, American Chemical Society Division of Geochemistry.  Dallas, TX.  March 20, 2014
  • "Kinetically-Controlled Nickel Speciation. New Factors in Chelating Agent Selection", Purdue University, Seminar in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.  West Lafayette, IN.  January 23, 2014
  • "Redox Reactions Between Metal Species and Organics During Water Treatment and Conveyance. Unintended Consequences", Ball State University, Seminar in the Environmental Science PhD Program and Department of Chemistry.  Muncie, IN.  January 21, 2014

Publications

Journal Articles
  • Baars O, Zhang X, Gibson MI, Stone AT, Morel FMM, Seyedsayamdost MR (2018).  Crochelins: siderophores with an unprecedented iron-chelating moiety from the nitrogen-fixing bacterium Azotobacter chroococcum.  Angewandte Chemie International Edition.  57.  536-541.
  • Baars O, Zhang X, Gibson MI, Stone AT, Morel FMM, Seyedsayamdost MR (2018).  Crochelins: Siderophores with an Unprecedented Iron-Chelating Moiety from the Nitrogen-Fixing Bacterium Azotobacter chroococcum.  Angewandte Chemie - International Edition.  57(2).
  • Boland NE, Stone AT (2017).  Rates of Ni(II) capture from complexes with NTA, EDDA, and related tetradentate chelating agents by the hexadentate chelating agents EDTA and CDTA: evidence of a 'semijunctive' ligand exchange pathway.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.  212.  176-195.
  • Boland NE, Stone AT (2017).  Rates of nickel(II) capture from complexes with NTA, EDDA, and related tetradentate chelating agents by the hexadentate chelating agents EDTA and CDTA: Evidence of a “semijunctive” ligand exchange pathway.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.  212.
  • Carbonaro RF, Stone A (2015).  Oxidation of Cr-III aminocarboxylate complexes by hydrous manganese oxide: products and time course behaviour.  Environmental Chemistry.  12(1).  33-51.
  • Carbonaro RF, Stone AT (2015).  Oxidation of CrIIIaminocarboxylate complexes by hydrous manganese oxide: Products and time course behaviour.  Environmental Chemistry.  12(1).
  • Wadhawan AR, Livi KJ, Stone AT, Bouwer EJ (2015).  Influence of oxygenation on chromium redox reactions with manganese sulfide (MnS(s)).  Environmental Science and Technology.  49(6).
  • Whitehead CF, Carbonaro RF, Stone A (2015).  Adsorption of Benzoic Acid and Related Carboxylic Acids onto FeOOH(Goethite): The Low Ionic Strength Regime.  Aquatic Geochemistry.  21(2-4).  99-121.
  • Wadhawan AR, Livi KJ, Stone A, Bouwer E (2015).  Influence of Oxygenation on Chromium Redox Reactions with Manganese Sulfide (MnS(s)).  Environmental Science & Technology.  49(6).  3523-3531.
  • Whitehead CF, Carbonaro RF, Stone AT (2014).  Adsorption of Benzoic Acid and Related Carboxylic Acids onto FeOOH(Goethite): The Low Ionic Strength Regime.  Aquatic Geochemistry.  21(2-4).
  • Boland NE, Stone AT (2013).  Capillary electrophoresis facilitates determination of metal complex stoichiometry by Job's method of continuous variation.  Environmental Chemistry.  10(5).
  • Wadhawan AR, Stone AT, Bouwer EJ (2013).  Biogeochemical controls on hexavalent chromium formation in estuarine sediments.  Environmental Science and Technology.  47(15).
  • Wadhawan AR, Stone A, Bouwer E (2013).  Biogeochemical Controls on Hexavalent Chromium Formation in Estuarine Sediments.  Environmental Science & Technology.  47(15).  8220-8228.
  • Boland NE, Stone A (2013).  Capillary electrophoresis facilitates determination of metal complex stoichiometry by Job's method of continuous variation.  Environmental Chemistry.  10(5).  409-416.
  • Charlet L, Chapron Y, Faller P, Kirsch R, Stone AT, Baveye PC (2012).  Neurodegenerative diseases and exposure to the environmental metals Mn, Pb, and Hg.  Coordination Chemistry Reviews.  256(19-20).
  • Charlet L, Chapron Y, Faller P, Kirsch R, Stone A, Baveye PC (2012).  Neurodegenerative diseases and exposure to the environmental metals Mn, Pb, and Hg.  Coordination Chemistry Reviews.  256(19-20).  2147-2163.
  • Zhang S, Livi KJT, Gaillot AC, Stone AT, Veblen DR (2010).  Determination of manganese valence states in (Mn3+, Mn 4+) minerals by electron energy-loss spectroscopy.  American Mineralogist.  95(11-12).
  • Uchimiya M, Stone AT (2010).  Reduction of substituted p-benzoquinones by FeII near neutral pH.  Aquatic Geochemistry.  16(1).
  • Uchimiya M, Stone A (2010).  Reduction of Substituted p-Benzoquinones by Fe-II Near Neutral pH.  Aquatic Geochemistry.  16(1).  173-188.
  • Zhang S, Livi KJ, Gaillot A, Stone A, Veblen D (2010).  Determination of manganese valence states in (Mn3+, Mn4+) minerals by electron energy-loss spectroscopy.  American Mineralogist.  95(11-12).  1741-1746.
  • Uchimiya M, Stone AT (2009).  Reversible redox chemistry of quinones: Impact on biogeochemical cycles.  Chemosphere.  77(4).
  • Shi Z, Stone AT (2009).  PbO2(s, plattnerite) reductive dissolution by aqueous manganous and ferrous ions.  Environmental Science and Technology.  43(10).
  • Shi Z, Stone AT (2009).  PbO2(s, plattnerite) reductive dissolution by natural organic matter: Reductant and inhibitory subfractions.  Environmental Science and Technology.  43(10).
  • Shi Z, Stone A (2009).  PbO2(s, Plattnerite) Reductive Dissolution by Aqueous Manganous and Ferrous Ions.  Environmental Science & Technology.  43(10).  3596-3603.
  • Shi Z, Stone A (2009).  PbO2(s, Plattnerite) Reductive Dissolution by Natural Organic Matter: Reductant and Inhibitory Subfractions.  Environmental Science & Technology.  43(10).  3604-3611.
  • Uchimiya M, Stone A (2009).  Reversible redox chemistry of quinones: Impact on biogeochemical cycles.  Chemosphere.  77(4).  451-458.
  • Stone A, Shi Z (2009).  Oxidation of biofluid constituents by higher valent (hydr)oxide nanoparticles.  Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta.  73(13).  A1279.
  • Carbonaro RF, Gray BN, Whitehead CF, Stone AT (2008).  Carboxylate-containing chelating agent interactions with amorphous chromium hydroxide: Adsorption and dissolution.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.  72(13).
  • Wang Y, Stone AT (2008).  Phosphonate- and carboxylate-based chelating agents that solubilize (hydr)oxide-bound MnIII.  Environmental Science and Technology.  42(12).
  • Shi Z, Stone AT (2008).  Oxidations of organic microcontaminants by permanganate and by birnessite.  ACS, Division of Environmental Chemistry - Preprints of Extended Abstracts.  48(2).
  • Carbonaro RF, Gray BN, Whitehead CF, Stone A (2008).  Carboxylate-containing chelating agent interactions with amorphous chromium hydroxide: Adsorption and dissolution.  Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta.  72(13).  3241-3257.
  • Wang Y, Stone AT (2006).  The citric acid-MnIII,IVO2(birnessite) reaction. Electron transfer, complex formation, and autocatalytic feedback.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.  70(17).
  • Wang Y, Stone AT (2006).  Reaction of MnIII,IV (hydr)oxides with oxalic acid, glyoxylic acid, phosphonoformic acid, and structurally-related organic compounds.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.  70(17).
  • Uchimiya M, Stone AT (2006).  Aqueous oxidation of substituted dihydroxybenzenes by substituted benzoquinones.  Environmental Science and Technology.  40(11).
  • Nowack B, Stone AT (2006).  Competitive adsorption of phosphate and phosphonates onto goethite.  Water Research.  40(11).
  • Uchimiya M, Stone AT (2006).  Redox reactions between iron and quinones: Thermodynamic constraints.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.  70(6).
  • Wang Y, Stone A (2006).  The citric acid-Mn(III,IV)O(2)(birnessite) reaction. Electron transfer, complex formation, and autocatalytic feedback.  Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta.  70(17).  4463-4476.
  • Nowack B, Stone A (2006).  Competitive adsorption of phosphate and phosphonates onto goethite.  Water Research.  40(11).  2201-2209.
  • Wang Y, Stone A (2006).  Reaction of Mn(III,IV) (hydr)oxides with oxalic acid, glyoxylic acid, phosphonoformic acid, and structurally-related organic compounds.  Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta.  70(17).  4477-4490.
  • Dong W, Ball WP, Liu C, Wang Z, Stone AT, Bai J, Zachara JM (2005).  Influence of calcite and dissolved calcium on uranium(VI) sorption to a Hanford subsurface sediment.  Environmental Science and Technology.  39(20).
  • Carbonaro RF, Stone AT (2005).  Speciation of chromium(III) and cobalt(III) (amino)carboxylate complexes using capillary electrophoresis.  Analytical Chemistry.  77(1).
  • Nowack B, Stone AT (2003).  Manganese-catalyzed degradation of phosphonic acids.  Environmental Chemistry Letters.  1(1).
  • Strathmann TJ, Stone AT (2003).  Mineral surface catalysis of reactions between FeII and oxime carbamate pesticides.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.  67(15).
  • Huang CH, Stone AT (2003).  Transformation of the plant growth regulator daminozide (Alar) and structurally related compounds with CuII ions: Oxidation versus hydrolysis.  Environmental Science and Technology.  37(9).
  • Nowack B, Stone A (2003).  Manganese-catalyzed degradation of phosphonic acids.  Environmental Chemistry Letters.  1(1).  24-31.
  • Strathmann TJ, Stone AT (2002).  Reduction of oxamyl and related pesticides by FeII: Influence of organic ligands and natural organic matter.  Environmental Science and Technology.  36(23).
  • Stone AT, Knight MA, Nowack B (2002).  Speciation and chemical reactions of phosphonate chelating agents in aqueous media.  ACS Symposium Series.  806.
  • Nowack B, Stone AT (2002).  Homogeneous and heterogeneous oxidation of nitrilotrismethylenephosphonic acid (NTMP) in the presence of manganese(II, III) and molecular oxygen.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B.  106(24).
  • Strathmann TJ, Stone AT (2002).  Reduction of the pesticides oxamyl and methomyl by Fe11: Effect of pH and inorganic ligands.  Environmental Science and Technology.  36(4).
  • Strathmann TJ, Stone AT (2001).  Reduction of the carbamate pesticides oxamyl and methomyl by dissolved FeII and CuI.  Environmental Science and Technology.  35(12).
  • Penn RL, Stone AT, Veblen DR (2001).  Defects and disorder: Probing the surface chemistry of heterogenite (CoOOH) by dissolution using hydroquinone and iminodiacetic acid.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B.  105(20).
  • Penn RL, Oskam G, Strathmann TJ, Searson PC, Stone AT, Veblen DR (2001).  Epitaxial assembly in aged colloids.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B.  105(11).
  • Penn RL, Stone AT, Veblen DR (2000).  Preferential dissolution along misoriented boundaries in heterogenite.  Materials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings.  620.
  • Nowack B, Stone AT (2000).  Degradation of nitrilotris(methylenephosphonic acid) and related (amino)phosphonate chelating agents in the presence of manganese and molecular oxygen.  Environmental Science and Technology.  34(22).
  • Huang CH, Stone AT (2000).  Synergistic catalysis of dimetilan hydrolysis by metal ions and organic ligands.  Environmental Science and Technology.  34(19).
  • Stone AT, Lee Penn R, Knight MA (2000).  Complexes between phosphonate-containing synthetic organic compounds and the toxic metal ions Cr(III) and Co(III): Sources and sinks in environmental media.  ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Preprints.  40(2).
  • Strathmann TJ, Stone AT (2000).  Abiotic reduction of the pesticides oxamyl and methomyl by Fe(II): Reaction kinetics and mechanism.  ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Preprints.  40(2).
  • Whitehead CF, Stone AT (2000).  Aqueous speciation and adsorption behavior of aminocarboxylate chelating agents in FE(III) (hydr)oxide suspensions: Compound-to-compound comparisons.  ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Preprints.  40(2).
  • Stone AT (2000).  Influence of coordination chemistry on transition metal ion reactivity.  ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Preprints.  40(2).
  • Strathmann TJ, Stone AT (2000).  Abiotic reduction of oxime carbamate pesticides by Fe(II): Catalytic role of mineral surfaces.  ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Preprints.  40(1).
  • Huang CH, Stone AT (1999).  Hydrolysis of naptalam and structurally related amides: Inhibition by dissolved metal ions and metal (hydr)oxide surfaces.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.  47(10).
  • Nowack B, Stone AT (1999).  Adsorption of phosphonates onto the Goethite-Water interface.  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science.  214(1).
  • Nowack B, Stone AT (1999).  The influence of metal ions on the adsorption of phosphonates onto goethite.  Environmental Science and Technology.  33(20).
  • Larsen I, Little B, Nealson KH, Ray R, Stone A, Tlan J (1998).  Manganite reduction by Shewanella putrefadens MR-4.  American Mineralogist.  83(11-12 PART 2).
  • Mcardell CS, Stone AT, Tian J (1998).  Reaction of EDTA and related aminocarboxylate chelating agents with Co(III)OOH (heteregenite) and Mn(III)OOH (manganite).  Environmental Science and Technology.  32(19).
  • Vasudevan D, Stone AT (1998).  Adsorption of 4-nitrocatechol, 4-nitro-2-aminophenol, and 4-nitro-1,2- phenylenediamine at the metal (hydr)oxide/water interface: Effect of metal (hydr)oxide properties.  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science.  202(1).
  • Smolen JM, Stone AT (1998).  Metal (hydr)oxide surface-catalyzed hydrolysis of chlorpyrifos-methyl, chlorpyrifos-methyl oxon, and paraoxon.  Soil Science Society of America Journal.  62(3).
  • Stone AT (1997).  Reactions of extracellular organic ligands with dissolved metal ions and mineral surfaces.  Reviews in Mineralogy.  35.
  • Bürgisser CS, Stone AT (1997).  Determination of EDTA, NTA, and other amino carboxylic acids and their Co(II) and Co(III) complexes by capillary electrophoresis.  Environmental Science and Technology.  31(9).
  • Smolen JM, Stone AT (1997).  Divalent metal ion-catalyzed hydrolysis of phosphorothionate ester pesticides and their corresponding oxonates.  Environmental Science and Technology.  31(6).
  • Deng B, Stone AT (1996).  Surface-catalyzed chromium(VI) reduction: The TiO2-CrVI-mandelic acid system.  Environmental Science and Technology.  30(2).
  • Smolen JM, Stone AT (1996).  The divalent metal ion-catalyzed hydrolysis of phosphorothionate ester pesticides.  ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Preprints.  36(2).
  • Vasudevan D, Stone AT (1996).  Adsorption of catechols, 2-aminophenols, and 1,2-phenylenediamines at the metal (hydr)oxide/water interface: Effect of ring substituants on the adsorption onto TiO2.  Environmental Science and Technology.  30(5).
  • Deng B, Stone AT (1996).  Surface-catalyzed chromium(VI) reduction: Reactivity comparisons of different organic reductants and different oxide surfaces.  Environmental Science and Technology.  30(8).
  • Coughlin BR, Stone AT (1995).  Nonreversible adsorption of divalent metal ions (Mn(II), Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II), and Pb(II)) onto goethite: Effects of acidification, Fe(II) addition, and picolinic acid addition.  Environmental Science and Technology.  29(9).
  • Stone AT, Godtfredsen KL, Baolin Deng (1994).  Sources and reactivity of reductants encountered in aquatic environments.  Chemistry of aquatic systems.
  • Godtfredsen KL, Stone AT (1994).  Solubilization of manganese dioxide-bound copper by naturally occurring organic compounds.  Environmental Science and Technology.  28(8).
  • Torrents A, Stone AT (1994).  Oxide surface-catalyzed hydrolysis of carboxylate esters and phosphorothioate esters.  Soil Science Society of America Journal.  58(3).
  • Stone AT, Torrents A, Smolen J, Vasudevan D, Hadley J (1993).  Adsorption of organic compounds possessing ligand donor groups at the oxide/water interface.  Environmental Science and Technology.  27(5).
  • Torrents A, Stone AT (1993).  Catalysis off picolinate ester hydrolysis at the oxide/water interface: Inhibition by coadsorbed species.  Environmental Science and Technology.  27(6).
  • Torrents A, Stone AT, Torrents A (1993).  Catalysis of picolinate ester hydrolysis at the oxide/water interface: Inhibition by adsorbed natural organic matter.  Environmental Science and Technology.  27(12).
  • Alba T, Stone AT (1992).  Additions and Corrections. Hydrolysis of Phenyl Picolinate at the Mineral/Water Interface.  Environmental Science and Technology.  26(1).
  • Pardieck DL, Bouwer EJ, Stone AT (1992).  Hydrogen peroxide use to increase oxidant capacity for in situ bioremediation of contaminated soils and aquifers: A review.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.  9(3).
  • Torrents A, Stone AT (1991).  Hydrolysis of phenyl picolinate at the mineral/water interface.  Environmental Science and Technology.  25(1).
  • Stone AT (1991).  Oxidation and hydrolysis of ionizable organic pollutants at hydrous metal oxide surfaces.  SSSA Special Publication (Soil Science Society of America).  (27).
  • Pardieck DL, Bouwer EJ, Stone AT (1990).  Hydrogen peroxide as a source of oxidant capacity for the biotransformation of benzene, toluene, and xylene in biofilms.  National Conference on Environmental Engineering.
  • Ulrich HJ, Stone AT (1989).  Oxidation of chlorophenols adsorbed to manganese oxide surfaces.  Environmental Science and Technology.  23(4).
  • Stone AT, Ulrich HJ (1989).  Kinetics and reaction stoichiometry in the reductive dissolution of manganese(IV) dioxide and co(III) oxide by hydroquinone.  Journal of Colloid And Interface Science.  132(2).
  • Stone AT (1989).  The effect of dismal swamp dissolved organic matter on the adsorption and surface-enhanced hydrolysis of monophenyl terephthalate in aluminum oxide suspensions.  Journal of Colloid And Interface Science.  132(1).
  • STONE AT (1989).  THE EFFECT OF DISMAL SWAMP DISSOLVED ORGANIC-MATTER ON THE ADSORPTION AND SURFACE-ENHANCED HYDROLYSIS OF MONOPHENYL TEREPHTHALATE IN ALUMINUM-OXIDE SUSPENSIONS.  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science.  132(1).  81-87.
  • Stone AT (1989).  Enhanced rates of monophenyl terephthalate hydrolysis in aluminum oxide suspensions.  Journal of Colloid And Interface Science.  127(2).
  • LaLind JS, Stone AT (1989).  Reductive dissolution of goethite by phenolic reductants.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.  53(5).
  • Stone AT (1987).  Reductive dissolution of manganese(III/IV) oxides by substituted phenols.  Environmental Science and Technology.  21(10).
  • Stone AT (1987).  Microbial metabolites and the reductive dissolution of manganese oxides: Oxalate and pyruvate.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.  51(4).
  • Stone AT, Morgan JJ (1984).  Reduction and dissolution of manganese(III) and manganese(IV) oxides by organics. 1. Reaction with hydroquinone.  Environmental Science and Technology.  18(6).
  • Stone AT, Morgan JJ (1984).  Reduction and dissolution of manganese(III) and manganese(IV) oxides by organics: 2. Survey of the reactivity of organics.  Environmental Science and Technology.  18(8).
  • Stone AT, Morgan JJ (1983).  REDUCTION AND DISSOLUTION OF Mn(III) AND Mn(IV) OXIDES BY ORGANICS..  National Meeting - American Chemical Society, Division of Environmental Chemistry.  23(2).
  • Stone A, Boland NE (2016).  Rates of Ni(II) capture from complexes with NTA, EDDA, and related tetradentate chelating agents by the hexadentate chelating agents EDTA and CDTA: evidence of a 'semijunctive' ligand exchange pathway.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta/Elsevier.
Book Chapters
  • Stone A, Knight MA, Nowack B (2002).  Speciation and Chemical Reactions of Phosphonate Chelating Agents in Aqueous Media.  Chemicals in the Environment: Fate, Impacts, and Remediation.  American Chemical Society Symposium Series 806.  59-94.
  • Smolen JM, Stone A (1998).  Organophosphorus Ester Hydrolysis Catalyzed by Dissolved Metals and Metal-Containing Surfaces.  Soil Chemistry and Ecosystem Health.  Soil Science Society of America Special Publication 52.  157-171.
  • Stone A, Vasudevan D (1998).  Adsorption of Dissolved Organic Ligands onto (hydr)Oxide Minerals.  Soil Chemistry and Ecosystem Health.  Soil Science Society of America Special Publication 52.  133-155.
  • Stone A (1997).  Reactions of Extracellular Organic with Dissolved Metal Ions and Mineral Surfaces.  Geobiology: Interactions Between Microbes and Metals.  Mineralogical Society of America Reviews in Mineralogy Vol. 35.  309-344.
  • Stone A (1997).  Metal-Catalyzed Hydrolysis of Organic Compounds in Aquatic Environments.  Perspectives in Environmental Chemistry.  Oxford University Press.  75-93.
  • Stone A, Torrents A (1995).  The Role of Dissolved Metals and Metal-Containing Surfaces in Catalyzing the Hydrolysis of Organic Pollutants.  Environmental Impact of Soil Component Interactions. Natural and Anthropogenic Organics.  Lewis Publishers.  1.  275-297.
  • Deng B, Godtfredsen KL, Stone A (1994).  Sources and Reactivity of Reductants Encountered in Aquatic Environments.  Chemistry of Aquatic Systems: Local and Global Perspectives.  ECSC, EEC, and EAEC.  337-374.
  • Stone A (1991).  Oxidation and Hydrolysis of Ionizable Organic Pollutants at Hydrous Metal Oxide Surfaces.  Rates of Soil Chemical Processes.  Soil Science Society of America Special Publication No. 27.  231-254.
  • Morgan JJ, Stone A (1990).  Kinetics of Chemical Transformations in the Environment.  Aquatic Chemical Kinetics.  Wiley Interscience.  1-41.
  • Stone A (1988).  An Introduction to Interactions of Organic Compounds with Mineral Surfaces.  Metal Speciation: Theory, Analysis and Application.  Lewis Publishers.  69-80.
  • Morgan JJ, Stone A (1987).  Reductive Dissolution of Metal Oxides.  Aquatic Surface Chemistry.  Wiley-Interscience.  221-254.
  • Morgan JJ, Stone A (1985).  Kinetics of Chemical Processes of Importance in Lacustrine Environments.  Chemical Processes in Lakes.  Wiley-Interscience.  389-426.
Conference Proceedings
  • Stone AT (2017).  Reactivity in situations where life's control over coordination is weak or non-existent.  American Chemical Society.
  • Stone AT, Xia X, Liao W (2017).  Overlooked oxidation states of chemical elements in treatment plants and the environment: Interconnections between speciation and reactivity.  American Chemical Society.
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