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[21]  Schammel, M. H.; Martin-Culet, K. R.; Taggart, G. A.; Sivey, J. D.* Structural effects on the bromination rate and selectivity of alkylbenzenes in aqueous solution. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2021, Advance article. Link to article.


[20]  Ricko, A. N.; Psoras, A. W.; Sivey, J. D.* Reductive transformations of dichloroacetamide safeners: effects of agrochemical co-formulants and iron oxide + manganese oxide binary-mineral systems. Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts 2020, 22, 2104-2116. Link to article.
Graphical abstract: Reductive transformations of dichloroacetamide safeners: effects of agrochemical co-formulants and iron oxide + manganese oxide binary-mineral systems


[19]  Xu, X.; Sivey, J. D.; Xu, W.* Black carbon-enhanced transformation of dichloroacetamide safeners: Role of reduced carbon species. Sci. Tot. Environ. 2020, 738, 139908. Link to article.


[18]  Rose, M. R.; Lau, S. S.; Prasse, C.; Sivey, J. D.* Exotic electrophiles in chlorinated and chloraminated water: When conventional kinetic models and reaction pathways fall short. Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett. 2020, 7, 360-370. Link to article.

Selected as an ACS Editors’ Choice paper.Figure 1


[17]  Dias, R. P.; Schammel, M. H.; Reber, K. P.; Sivey, J. D.* Applications of 1,3,5-trimethoxybenzene as a derivatizing agent for quantifying free chlorine, free bromine, bromamines, and bromide in aqueous systems. Anal. Methods. 2019, 11, 5521-5532. Link to article.

Featured on the front cover of Analytical Methods.


[16]  Su, L.; Caywood, L. M.; Sivey, J. D.; Dai, N.* Sunlight photolysis of safener benoxacor and herbicide metolachlor as mixtures on simulated soil surfaces. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2019, 53, 6784-6793. Link to article.


[15]  Kral, A. E.; Pflug, N. C.; McFadden, M. E.; LeFevre, G. H.; Sivey, J. D.; Cwiertny, D. M.* Photochemical transformations of dichloroacetamide safeners. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2019, 53, 6738-6746.  Link to article.


[14]  Su, L.; Sivey, J. D.; Dai, N.* Emerging investigators series: sunlight photolysis of 2,4-D herbicides in systems simulating leaf surfaces. Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts 2018, 20, 1123-1135. Link to article.
Graphical abstract: Emerging investigator series: sunlight photolysis of 2,4-D herbicides in systems simulating leaf surfaces


[13]  Lau, S. S.; Dias, R. P.; Martin-Culet, K. R.; Race, N. A.; Schammel, M. H.; Reber, K. P.; Roberts, A. L.; Sivey, J. D.* 1,3,5-Trimethoxybenzene (TMB) as a new quencher for preserving redox-labile disinfection byproducts and for quantifying free chlorine and free bromine. Environ. Sci.: Water Res. Technol. 20184, 926-941. Link to article.

Selected as the front cover article and included in the “Best Papers of 2018” collection.
Graphical abstract: 1,3,5-Trimethoxybenzene (TMB) as a new quencher for preserving redox-labile disinfection byproducts and for quantifying free chlorine and free bromine


[12]  Broadwater, M. A.; Swanson, T. L.; Sivey, J. D.* Emerging investigators series: comparing the inherent reactivity of often-overlooked aqueous chlorinating and brominating agents toward salicylic acid. Environ. Sci: Water Res. Technol. 20184, 369-384. Link to article

Selected for the Emerging Investigators Series and included in the “Best Papers of 2018” collection.

Graphical abstract: Emerging investigators series: comparing the inherent reactivity of often-overlooked aqueous chlorinating and brominating agents toward salicylic acid


[11]  Bolyard, K.; Gresens, S. E.*; Ricko, A. N.; Sivey, J. D.; Salice, C. J. Assessing the toxicity of the “inert” safener benoxacor toward Chironomus riparius: Effects of agrochemical mixtures. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 201736, 2660-2670. Link to article.
Publication cover image


[10]  Sivey, J. D.*; Lehmler, H.-J.; Salice, C. J.; Ricko, A. N.; Cwiertny, D. M.* Environmental fate and effects of dichloroacetamide herbicide safeners: “Inert” yet biologically-active agrochemical ingredients. Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett. 2015, 2, 260-269. Link to article.


[9]  Sivey, J. D.*; Bickley, M. A.; Victor, D. A. Catalysis of DBP-Precursor Halogenation by Halides and Hypochlorous Acid, in Recent Advances in Disinfection By-Products; Karanfil, T., Mitch, B., Westerhoff, P., Xie, Y., Eds.; Washington, DC: ACS Symposium Series Book, 2015; Vol. 1190, pp 251-269. Link to chapter.


[8]  Sivey, J. D.*; Bickley, M. A.; Victor, D. A. Contributions of BrCl, Br2, BrOCl, Br2O, and HOBr to regiospecific bromination rates of anisole and bromoanisoles in aqueous solution. Environ. Sci. Technol.  201549, 4937-4945. Link to article.


[7]  Sivey, J. D.; Howell, S. C.; Bean, D. J.; McCurry, D. L.; Mitch, W. A.*; Wilson, C. J.* Role of lysine during protein modification by HOCl and HOBr: Halogen-transfer agent or sacrificial antioxidant? Biochemistry 201352, 1260-1271. Link to article.


[6]  Sivey, J. D.; Arey, J. S.; Tentscher, P. R.; Roberts, A. L.*  Reactivity of BrCl, Br2, BrOCl, Br2O and HOBr with dimethenamid in solutions of bromide + aqueous free chlorine. Environ. Sci. Technol. 201347, 1330-1338. Link to article.


[5]  Sivey, J. D.; Roberts, A. L.*  Abiotic reduction reactions of dichloroacetamide safeners: Transformations of “inert” agrochemical constituents. Environ. Sci. Technol. 201246, 2187-2195. Link to article.


[4]  Sivey, J. D.; Roberts, A. L.*  Assessing the reactivity of free chlorine constituents Cl2O, Cl2 and HOCl toward aromatic ethers.  Environ. Sci. Technol. 201246, 2141-2147. Link to article.


[3]  Sivey, J. D.; McCullough, C. M.; Roberts, A. L.*  Chlorine monoxide (Cl2O) and molecular chlorine (Cl2) as active chlorinating agents in reactions of dimethenamid with aqueous free chlorine. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2010, 44, 3357-3362. Link to article.


[2]  Sivey, J. D.*; Lee, C. M.  Using popular magazine articles to teach the art of writing for non-technical audiences.  J. Chem. Educ. 200885, 55-58. Link to article.


[1]  Sivey, J. D.; Lee, C. M.*  Polychlorinated biphenyl contamination trends in Lake Hartwell, SC: Sediment recovery profiles spanning two decades. Chemosphere 2007, 66, 1821-1828. Link to article.

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