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 1.        "Heteropoly blues. III. Preparation and stabilities of reduced 18-molybdodiphosphates", Papaconstantinou E. and Pope M.T., Inorganic Chemistry, 1967, 6(6), pp. 1152-1155.

2.         "Heteropoly blues. II. Reduction of 2:18-tungstates", Pope M.T. and Papaconstantinou E., Inorganic Chemistry, 1967, 6(6), pp. 1147-1152.

3.         "Oxidation-reduction chemistry of coordination complexes with macrocyclic ligands. The Cu(trans[14]diene)+-Cu(trans[14]diene)2+ system. Electrochemical, spectral, and solution studies", Palmer J.M., Papaconstantinou E. and Endicott J.E., Inorganic Chemistry, 1969, 8(7), pp. 1516-1523.

4.         "Heteropoly blues. V. Electronic spectra of one- to six-electron blues of 18-metallodiphosphate anions", Papaconstantinou E. and Pope M.T., Inorganic Chemistry, 1970, 9(3), pp. 667-669.

5.         "Heteropoly blues. IV. Spectroscopic and magnetic properties of some reduced polytungstates", Varga Jr G.M., Papaconstantinou E. and Pope M.T., Inorganic Chemistry, 1970, 9(3), pp. 662-667.

6.         "Oxidation-reduction behavior of complexes containing macrocyclic ligands. An electrochemical comparison of complexes with the metals iron through zinc", Rillema D.P., Endicott J.F. and Papaconstantinou E., Inorganic Chemistry, 1971, 10(8), pp. 1739-1746.

7.         "Intermediates in the photochemistry of amine-oxalate complexes of cobalt(III) in aqueous solution", Vaudo A.F., Kantrowitz E.R., Hoffman M.Z., Papaconstantinou E. and Endicott J.F., Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1972, 94(19), pp. 6655-6664.

8.         "New easy method for obtaining approximate redox potentials of radicals, produced by 60Co-γ-radiolysis, using heteropoly electrolytes of molybdenum and tungsten as electron acceptors. The redox potential of some alcohol and organic acid radicals", Papaconstantinou E., Analytical Chemistry, 1975, 47(9), pp. 1592-1595.

9.         "Radiation-Chemistry of Heteropoly Electrolytes", Papaconstantinou E., Zeitschrift Fur Physikalische Chemie-Frankfurt, 1975, 97(5-6), pp. 313-320.

10.       "Relative Redox Reactivity of Radicals from Substituted Carboxylic-Acids and Glycol Towards Heteropoly Electrolytes of Molybdenum and Tungsten", Papaconstantinou E., Zeitschrift Fur Physikalische Chemie-Frankfurt, 1977, 106(3-6), pp. 283-294.

11.       "Radiolysis of Aqueous-Solutions of a Cu(Ii) Complex with a Macrocyclic Ligand - Redox Reactivity Towards Various Short-Lived Radicals Compared to Other Redox Reagents", Papaconstantinou E., Mantakamarketou A.E., Marketos D.G. and Rakintzis N.T., Zeitschrift Fur Physikalische Chemie-Frankfurt, 1977, 105(5-6), pp. 281-288.

12.       "Reduction of several Co(III) ammine complexes by hydroxyalkyl radicals in aqueous solutions", Papaconstantinou E., Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry, 1978, 40(12), pp. 2071-2072.

13.       "Photochemistry of heteropoly electrolytes. The 18-molybdodiphosphate", Papaconstantinou E., Dimotikali D. and Politou A., Inorganica Chimica Acta, 1980, 43(C), pp. 155-158.

14.       "On the mechanism of reduction of several Co(III) ammine complexes by hydroxyalkyl radicals", Papaconstantinou E., Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry, 1981, 43(1), pp. 115-118.

15.       "Some photochemical aspects of polynuclear complexes of molybdenum and tungsten", Papaconstantinou E., Dimoticali D., Ioannidis A. and Argitis P., Journal of Photochemistry, 1981, 17(1), pp. 171-172.

16.       "Photocatalytic oxidation of organic compounds using heteropoly electrolytes of molybdenum and tungsten", Papaconstantinou E., Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications, 1982, (1), pp. 12-13.

17.       "Relative electron-donating ability of simple alcohol radicals toward 12-heteropolytungstates. A pulse radiolysis study", Papaconstantinou E., Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 1, 1982, 78(9), pp. 2769-2772.

18.       "One-electron reduction of 18-molybdodiphosphate and 18-tungstodiphosphate ions in aqueous solution. A pulse radiolysis study", Papaconstantinou E. and Hoffman M.Z., Inorganic Chemistry, 1982, 21(5), pp. 2087-2089.

19.       "On the Reducing Ability of Carboxyl Radicals - Effect of Charge on Reactions toward 12-Heteropoly Tungstates .a. Pulse-Radiolysis Study", Papaconstantinou E., Zeitschrift Fur Physikalische Chemie-Wiesbaden, 1983, 137(1), pp. 31-35.

20.      "Photogalvanic cells using heteropoly electrolytes", Papaconstantinou E. and Ioannidis A., Inorganica Chimica Acta, 1983, 75(2), pp. 235-236.

21.       "Photochemistry of heteropoly electrolytes: the 1:12 tungstates", Dimotikali D. and Papaconstantinou E., Inorganica Chimica Acta, 1984, 87(2), pp. 177-180.

22.       "Photocatalytic multielectron photoreduction of 18-tungstodiphosphate in the presence of organic compounds - production of hydrogen", Argitis P. and Papaconstantinou E., Journal of Photochemistry, 1985, 30(4), pp. 445-451.

23.       "Photocatalytic generation of hydrogen by 1:12 heteropolytungstates with concomitant oxidation of organic compounds", Ioannidis A. and Papaconstantinou E., Inorganic Chemistry, 1985, 24(3), pp. 439-441.

24.       "Vanadium-sensitized photochemistry of heteropoly compounds. Mixed molybdo- and tungstovanadates", Argitis P. and Papaconstantinou E., Inorganic Chemistry, 1986, 25(24), pp. 4386-4389.

25.       "Ascorbic acid reduction of 18-molybdodiphosphate in micellar and isotropic media", Paleos C.M. and Papaconstantinou E., Journal of Colloid And Interface Science, 1986, 113(1), pp. 297-298.

26.       "A comparative reduction of 18-molybdodiphosphate by α-tocopherol in micellar and isotropic media", Papaconstantinou E. and Paleos C.M., Inorganica Chimica Acta, 1986, 125(1), pp. L5-L6.

27.       "Photocatalytic Oxidation of Organic Compounds with Heteropoly Electrolytes. Aspects on Photochemical Utilization of Solar Energy." E. Papaconstantinou, P. Argitis, D. Dimotikali, A. Hiskia and A. Ioannidis, in "Homogeneous and  Heterogeneous Photocatalysis". E. Pelizzeti and N. Serpone (eds), D. Reidel Publishing Co., Dordrecht, 1986, pp. 415-431.

28.       "Thermal and photochemical aspects of the system 18-molybdodiphosphate and Fe2+", Dimotikali D. and Papaconstantinou E., Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology, A: Chemistry, 1988, 44(2), pp. 125-131.

29.       "Novel Thermotropic Mesophases of Copper-Complexes with Long-Chain Aliphatic-Amines", Paleos C.M., Margomenouleonidopoulou G., Anastassopoulou J.D. and Papaconstantinou E., Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, 1988, 161, pp. 373-383.

30.       "Selective Photocatalytic Oxidation of Alcohols by  Heteropolytungstates." A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, Polyhedron, 1988, 7, pp. 477-481.

31.       "Selective Photocatalytic Oxidation of Alcohols by Polyoxometalates of Molybdenum and Tungsten." A. Hiskia  and E. Papaconstantinou in "Photocatalysis and Environment", M. Schiavello (ed.), Kluwer  Academic Publ., Dordrecht, 1988, p. 687.

32.       "Photochemistry of polyoxometallates of molybdenum and tungsten and/or vanadium", Papaconstantinou E., Chemical Society Reviews, 1989, 18, pp. 1-31.

33.       "Thermal and photochemical studies of the system 18-molybdodiphosphate and iodide", Dimotikali D. and Papaconstantinou E., Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology, A: Chemistry, 1990, 54(1), pp. 31-36.

34.       Α. "Thermal and Photochemical Catalysis by Polyoxometalates. Regeneration of catalyst by Dioxygen". A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 1991, 66, pp. 429-435.

Β. "Thermal and Photochemical Catalysis by Polyoxometalates. Regeneration of catalyst by Dioxygen." A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou in "Dioxygen Activation and Homogeneous Catalytic Oxidations", L. I. Simandi. (ed.) Elsevier Science Publ., Amsterdam, 1991, pp. 429-435.

35.       "Photocatalytic Oxidation of Organic Compounds by Polyoxometalates of Mo and W." A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, Inorg. Chem., 1992, 31, pp. 163-167.

36.       A. "Photocatalytic Processes by Polyoxometalates. Spliting of water. The role of Dioxygen." E. Papaconstantinou, A. Ioannidis, A. Hiskia, P. Argitis, D.  Dimoticali, S. Korres, Mol. Eng., 1993, 3, pp. 231-239.

B. "Photocatalytic Processes by Polyoxometalates. Splitting of water. The role of Dioxygen." E. Papaconstantinou, A. Ioannidis, A.  Hiskia, P. Argitis, D. Dimoticali, S. Korres, in "Polyoxometalates: From Platonic Solids to Anti-Retrouviral Activity." A. Muller, M. T. Pope (eds), Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht, 1994, pp. 327-335.

37.      "Υπολείμματαφυτοφαρμάκωνστομέλι." Δ. ΤσίπηκαιΑ. Χισκιά, ΧημικάΧρονικά, ΓενικήΕκδοση, 1994, 9, σελ. 279-280.

38.       "Photocatalytic degradation of chlorophenols to CO2 and HCl with polyoxotungstates in aqueous solution", Mylonas A. and Papaconstantinou E., Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 1994, 92(3), pp. 261-267.

39.       "Levels of seven PCB Congeners in the Gulf of Elefsis.", V.-Y. Panagiotopoulou, D.,Tsipi, A. Hiskia and M. Scoullos, Rapp. Comm. Int. Mer Medit., 1995, 34, p. 142.

40.      "Trace Level Determination of Polar Pesticides in Drinking Water of Greece by Gas Capillary Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry." D. Tsipi, A. Hiskia, Th. Heberer and H.-J. Stan, in “On-line monitoring of micropollutants in aquatic systems”, Water Pollution Research Report, E. Papadopoulou-Mourkidou and G. Angeletti   (eds), European Commission  Publ., 1996, pp. 121-124.

41.       "Organochlorine Pesticides and Triazines in Drinking Water of Athens" D. Tsipi, A. Hiskia, Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 1996, 57, pp. 250-257.

42.       "Levels of Organochlorine Pesticides and PCB Congeners in the Gulf of Elefsis" V-Y. Panagiotopoulou, D. Tsipi, A. Hiskia and M. Scoullos, Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, 5, 1996, pp. 545-550.

43.       ”Levels of Organochlorine and Organophosphorus Pesticide Residues in Greek Honey” D. Tsipi, A. Hiskia and M. Triantafyllou in “Natural Antioxidants and Food Quality in Atherosclerosis and Cancer Prevention”, J. T. Kumpulainen and J. T. Salonen (eds), The Royal Society of Chemistry Publ., Cambridge, 1996, pp. 437-444.

44.       "On the mechanism of photocatalytic degradation of chlorinated phenols to CO2 and hcl by polyoxometalates", Mylonas A. and Papaconstantinou E., Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 1996, 94(1), pp. 77-82.

45.       "Photocatalytic degradation of phenol and p-cresol by polyoxotungstates. Mechanistic implications", Mylonas A., Papaconstantinou E. and Roussis V., Polyhedron, 1996, 15(19), pp. 3211-3217.

46.       "Polyoxometalates", Papaconstantinou E., Chemical and Engineering News, 1996, 74(26), pp. 4.

47.      "Contribution to Water Purification Using Polyoxometalates. Aromatic Derivatives, Chloracetic Acids." A. Mylonas, A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou,  J. Mol. Catal., Α: Chemical,1996, 114, pp. 191-200.

48.       "Photocatalytic Degradation of Lindane in aqueous Solution."  A. Hiskia, A. Mylonas, D. Tsipi, and E. Papaconstantinou, Pestic. Sci., 1997, 50, pp. 171-174.

49.      "Functionalization of electrodes with polyoxometalates P2Mo18O626- and P2W18O626-", Papadakis A., Souliotis A. and Papaconstantinou E., Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 1997, 435(1-2), pp. 17-21.

50.      "Determination of Acidic Pesticides in Drinking Water of Greece using gas capillary chromatography-mass spectrometry." D. Tsipi, A. Hiskia, Th. Heberer and H.-J. Stan, Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 1998, 104, pp. 259-268.

51.      "Determination of Organophosphorus Pesticide Residues in Greek Virgin Olive Oil by Gas Capillary Chromatography" A. Hiskia, Μ. Atmajidou and D. Tsipi, J. Agr. Food Chem., 1998, 46, pp. 570-574.

52.      “New aspects of the mechanism of photocatalytic oxidation of organic compounds by polyoxometalates in aqueous solutions. The selective photooxidation of propan-2-ol to propanone: the role of OH radicals.” A. Mylonas, A. Hiskia, E. Androulaki, D. Dimoticali and E. Papaconstantinou, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 1999, 1, pp. 437-440.

53.      “Determination of Organochlorine Pesticide Residues in Honey, applying Solid Phase Extraction with RP-C18 material.” D. Tsipi, M. Triantafyllou and  A. Hiskia, Analyst, 1999, 124, pp.473-475.

54.       “Photolytic and photocatalytic transformation of bromomethanes on  irradiated aqueous solutions.” P. Calza, C. Minero, A. Hiskia, E. Papaconstantinou, E. Pelizzetti, Appl. Catal.: B: Environmental, 1999, 21, 191-202.

55.      “Preparation, fractal surface morphology and photocatalytic properties of TiO2 films.” A.P. Xagas, E. Androulaki, A. Hiskia, P. Falaras, Thin Solid Films, 1999, 357, 173-178.

56.       “Photocatalytic mineralization of   chlorinated organic pollutants in water by polyoxometalates. Determination of intermediates and final degradation products.” A. Hiskia, E. Androulaki, A. Mylonas, S. Boyatzis, D. Dimotikali, C.  Minero, E.  Pelizzetti and E. Papaconstantinou, Research Chem. Intermediates, 2000, 26, 3, 235-251.

57.      “Light Induced Elimination of Mono- and Polychlorinated Phenols from Aqueous Solutions by PW12O403-. The case of 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol”, E. Androulaki, A. Hiskia, D. Dimotikali, C. Minero, P. Calza, E.  Pelizzetti and E. Papaconstantinou, Environ. Sci. Technol., 2000, 34, 2024-2028.

58.       “Sonolytic, Photolytic, and Photocatalytic Decomposition of Atrazine in the Presence of Polyoxometalates”, A. Hiskia, M. Ecke, A. Troupis, A. Kokorakis, H. Hennig, and E. Papaconstantinou, Environ. Sci.  Technol., 2001, 35, 2358-2364.

59.       “Comparison of photoredox properties of polyoxometalates and semiconducting particles”, A. Hiskia, A.  Mylonas and E. Papaconstantinou, Chemical Society Reviews, 2001, 30, 62-69.

60.       “Photocatalytic transformations of CCl3Br, CBr3F, CHCl2Br and CH2BrCl in aerobic and anaerobic conditions”, P. Calza, C.  Minero, A. Hiskia, E. Papaconstantinou and E.  Pelizzetti, Appl. Catal.: B: Environmental, 2001, 29, 23-34.

61.      “Reduction and Recovery of Metals from Aqueous Solutions with Polyoxometallates” A.Troupis, A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, New Journal of Chemistry, 2001, 25, 361-363.

62.       “Occurrence of pharmaceutical residues in sewage, river, ground and drinking water in Greece and Germany.” Heberer Th., Fuhrmann B., Schmidt-Bäumler K., Tsipi D., Koutsouba V. and Hiskia A.: In (eds. C.G. DAUGHTON & T. JONES-LEPP): Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in the Environment, ACS Symposium Series, Vol. 791, 2001, 70-83.

63.       “Photocatalytic Decontamination by Polyoxometallates” A. Hiskia, V. Androulaki, A. Mylonas, and E. Papaconstantinou: In Polyoxometalate Chemistry: From Topology via Assembly to Applications, ed. M.T. Pope, A. Muller, Kluwer Academic Publishers PC18, 2001, p. 417-424.

64.       “Environmental photocatalytic processes with POM. The photodecomposition of atrazine and photoreduction of metal ions from aqueous solutions.” A. Hiskia, A. Troupis, and E. Papaconstantinou, International Journal of Photoenergy, 2002, 4(1): 35-40.

65.       “Preparation, Characterization and Photocatalytic Activity of Nanocrystaline Thin-Film TiO2 Catalysts towards 3,5-dichlorophenol.” I.M. Arabatzis, S. Antonaraki, T. Stergiopoulos, A. Hiskia, E. Papaconstantinou, M.C. Bernard and P. Falaras, J. Photochem. Photobiology, 2002, 149, 237-245.

66.       “Photolytic degradation of all chlorophenols with polyoxometallates and H2O2.  A comparative study with TiO2 literature data.” S. Antonaraki, Ε. Androulaki, D. Dimotikali, Α. Hiskia,  E. Papaconstantinou, J. Photochem. Photobiology, 2002,148, 191-197.

67.       “Photocatalytic Reduction and Recovery of Copper by Polyoxometalates”, A. Troupis, A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, Environ. Sci. Technol. 2002, 36, 5355-5362.

68.       “Diversified Synthesis of Metal Nanoparticles Using Polyoxometalates as Catalysts and Stabilizers.” A. Troupis, A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, Angewandte Chemie Intrnational Edition, 2002, 41, 1911-1914.

69.       “Photochemistry and Photocatalysis by Polyoxometalates” E. Papaconstantinou and A. Hiskia in “Polyoxometalate Molecular Science”, NATO ACS Series, Ed. J.J. Borras, E. Coronado, A. Muller and M. T. Pope, Kluwer Academic Publ., 2003, p. 379-414.

70.       “Determination of polar pharmaceuticals in sewage water of Greece by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.” V. Koutsouba, Th. Heberer, B. Fuhrmann, K. Schmidt-Baumler, D. Tsipi, and A. Hiskia, Chemosphere 2003, 51, 69-75.

71.       “Identification of photocatalytic degradation products of diazinon in TiO2 aqueous suspensions using GC/MS/MS and LOMS with quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry.” Kouloumbos VN, Tsipi DF, Hiskia AE, Nikolic D, van Breemen RB, Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry 14 (8): 803-817, 2003.

72.       “Photocatalytic processes with tungsten anion clusters” Papaconstantinou E, Hiskia A, Troupis A, Front Biosci 8: S813-S825, 2003.

73.       “Photocatalytic reduction - recovery of silver using polyoxometalates”, Troupis A, Hiskia A, Papaconstantinou E, Applied Catalysis B-Environmental  2003, 42 (3): 305-315.

74.       ”Photocatalytic decomposition of fenitrithion by PW12O403- and TiO2. A comparative study.” P. Kormali, D. Dimoticali, D. Tsipi, A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, Appl. Catal.: B: Environmental, 48 (3): 175-183 MAR 31 2004.

75.       Troupis, A.; Hiskia, A.; Papaconstantinou, E.; “Selective photocatalytic reduction-recovery of palladium using polyoxometallates.” Appl. Catal.: B: Environmental, 52 (1): 41-48 2004.

76.       “Polyoxometallates as effective photocatalysts in water purification from pesticides” E. Gkika, P. Kormali, S. Antonaraki, D. Dimoticali, E. Papaconstantinou and A. Hiskia, Int. J. Photoenergy, 6 (4): 227-231 2004.

77.       Gioka, C.; Bourauel, C.; Hiskia, A.; Kletsas, D.; Eliades, Th.; Eliades, G. “Light-cured vs. chemically-cured orthodontic adhesive resins: a comparative assessment of the degree of cure, monomer leaching and cytotoxicity.” American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, 127, 413-419, 2005.

78.       Gkika, E.; Troupis, A.; Hiskia, A.; Papaconstantinou, E.; “Photocatalytic Reduction and Recovery of Mercury by Polyoxometalates” Environ. Sci. Technol. 2005, 39 (11): 4242-4248.

79.       Troupis, A.; Gika, E.; Hiskia, A.; Papaconstantinou, E.; “Photocatalytic Reduction of Metals using Polyoxometallates: Recovery of Metals or Synthesis of Metal Nanoparticles.” Comptes Rendus Chimie, 2006, 9, 851-857.

80.       “Polyoxometallate photocatalysis for decontaminating the aquatic environment from organic and inorganic pollutants.” A. Hiskia, A. Troupis, S. Antonaraki, E. Gika, P. Kormali and E. Papaconstantinou, Inter. J. Environ. Anal. Chem., 86, 233-242, 2006.

81.       “Photocatalytic Reduction of Chromium and Oxidation of Organics by Polyoxometalates” E. Gkika, A. Troupis, A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 2006, 62, 28-34.

82.       “Size-Selective Synthesis of Metal Nanoparticles”, A. Hiskia, E. Papaconstantinou, International Patent, WO 2006/038045, PCT/GR2004/000049. 

83.       “On the Photooxidative behavior of TiO2 and Polyoxometalate PW12O403-. OH radicals vs holes.” P. Kormali, T. Triantis, D. Dimoticali, A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 2006, 68, 139-146.

84.       “Assessment of bisphenol-A release from orthodontic adhesives” Th. Eliades, A. Hiskia, G. Eliades and A. Athanasiou,  American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, 2007, 131, 72-75.

85.       “Photocatalytic Reductive Destruction of Azo Dyes by Polyoxometalates” A.Troupis, E.Gkika, A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, JAOT, 2007, Vol. 10, No 1, 79-84.

86.       “Photocatalytic Reductive Destruction of Azo Dyes by Polyoxometellates: Naphthol Blue Black.” A.Troupis, E.Gkika, T. Triantis, A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, J. Photochem. Photobiology A: Chemistry, 2007, 188, 272-278.

87.       “Photooxidative behavior of TiO2 and Polyoxometalate PW12O403-. A comparative study.” P. Kormali, T. Triantis, D. Dimoticali, A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou , Catalysis Today, 2007, 124, 149-155.

88.       Hiskia, A.; Triantis, T.; Papaconstantinou, E. "Photocatalysis with polyoxometallates as a new advanced oxidation process for the destruction of pesticides in aquatic systems" in International Summer School “Pesticides-Environment – 2007” (Quaderni GRIFA No. 26), Editors: Sabino Aurelio Bufo, Marco Trevisan, Matteo Balderacchi, Lorenzo Montinaro, pp. 917-929.

89.       Tsimeli, K.; Triantis, T.M.; Dimotikali, D.; Hiskia, A. “Development of a rapid and sensitive method for the simultaneous determination of 1,2-Dibromoethane, 1,4-Dichlorobenzene and Naphthalene residues in honey using HS-SPME coupled with GC-MS.” Anal. Chim. Acta, 2008, 617, 64-71.

90.       “Photochromic and Photocatalytic Inorganic-Organic Multilayer Films based on Polyoxometalates and Poly(ethylenimine)” T. M. Triantis, A. Troupis, I. Chassiotou, E. Papaconstantinou and A. Hiskia, JAOT, 2008, 11, 231-237.

91.       “Photocatalytic Reductive-Oxidative Degradation of Acid Orange 7 by Polyoxometalates.” A. Troupis, T.M. Triantis, E. Gkika, A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 2009, 86, 98-107.

92.       “Rate-Redox-Controlled Size-Selective Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles Using Polyoxometalates” A. Troupis, T. Triantis, A. Hiskia and E. Papaconstantinou, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2008, 5579-5586.

93.       “Photocatalytic Synthesis of Se Nanoparticles using Polyoxometalates”, T. Triantis, A. Troupis, E. Gkika, G. Alexakos, N. Boukos, E. Papaconstantinou, A. Hiskia, Catalysis Today, 2009, 144, 2-6.

94.       M. Pelaez, M.G. Antoniou, D.D. Dionysiou,  A.A. de la Cruz, K. Tsimeli, T. Triantis, A. Hiskia, T. Kaloudis, C. Williams, M. Aubel, A. Chapman, A. Foss, U. Khan, K.E. O'Shea, J. Westrick, “Sources and Occurrence of Cyanotoxins Worldwide” in D.F. Kassinos, K. Bester, K. Kümmerer (Eds), “Xenobiotics in the Urban Water Cycle: Mass Flows, Environmental Processes, Mitigation and Treatment Strategies (Environmental Pollution Series, Vol. 16)”, Springer-Verlag, New York, 2010, Chapter 6, p. 101-127, Online.

95.       “Development of an integrated laboratory system for the monitoring of cyanotoxins in surface and drinking waters” T. Triantis, K. Tsimeli, T. Kaloudis, N. Thanassoulias, E. Lytras, A. Hiskia, Toxicon, 2010, 55, 979-989.

96.       “Photocatalytic Degradation of Lindane by Polyoxometalates. Intermediates and Mechanistic Aspects.” S. Antonaraki, T.M. Triantis, E. Papaconstantinou, Α. Hiskia, Catalysis Today, 2010, 151, 119-124.

97.       “Development of a fast and selective method for the sensitive determination of anatoxin-a in lake waters using liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry and phenylalanine-d5 as internal standard”, I.K. Dimitrakopoulos, T.S. Kaloudis, A.E. Hiskia, N.S. Thomaidis, M.A. Koupparis, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2010, 397(6) 2245-2252.

98.    “Can we effectively degrade microcystins? - implications on human health“,A.A. de la Cruz, M.G. Antoniou, A. Hiskia, M. Pelaez, W. Song, K.E. O'Shea, X. He, D.D Dionysiou, Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry, 2011, 11(1), 19-37.

99.    “Efficient removal of microcystin-LR by UV-C/H2O2 in synthetic and natural water samples“, X. He, M. Pelaez, J.A. Westrick, K.E. O’Shea, A. Hiskia, T. Triantis, T. Kaloudis, M.I. Stefan, A.A. de la Cruz, D.D. Dionysiou, Water Research, 2012, 46(5), 1501-1510.

100.   “Photocatalytic degradation and mineralization of microcystin-LR under UV-A, solar and visible light using nanostructured nitrogen doped TiO2“, T.M. Triantis, T. Fotiou, T. Kaloudis, A.G. Kontos, P. Falaras, D.D. Dionysiou, M. Pelaez, A. Hiskia, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2012, 211-212, 196-202.

101.    "Destruction of microcystins by conventional and advanced oxidation processes: A review", V.K. Sharma, T.M. Triantis, M.G. Antoniou, X. He, M. Pelaez, C. Han, W. Song, K.E. O'Shea, A.A. de la Cruz, T. Kaloudis, A. Hiskia, D.D. Dionysiou, Separation and Purification Technology, 91 (2012) 3–17.

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