Kenneth Mopper
Kenneth Mopper
Professor of analytical and environmental chemistry
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Evaluation of specific ultraviolet absorbance as an indicator of the chemical composition and reactivity of dissolved organic carbon
JL Weishaar, GR Aiken, BA Bergamaschi, MS Fram, R Fujii, K Mopper
Environmental science & technology 37 (20), 4702-4708, 2003
Absorption spectral slopes and slope ratios as indicators of molecular weight, source, and photobleaching of chromophoric dissolved organic matter
JR Helms, A Stubbins, JD Ritchie, EC Minor, DJ Kieber, K Mopper
Limnology and oceanography 53 (3), 955-969, 2008
High performance liquid chromatographic determination of subpicomole amounts of amino acids by precolumn fluorescence derivatization with o-phthaldialdehyde
P Lindroth, K Mopper
Analytical chemistry 51 (11), 1667-1674, 1979
Photochemical degradation of dissolved organic carbon and its impact on the oceanic carbon cycle
K Mopper, X Zhou, RJ Kieber, DJ Kieber, RJ Sikorski, RD Jones
Nature 353 (6339), 60-62, 1991
The amino acid and sugar composition of diatom cell-walls
RE Hecky, K Mopper, P Kilham, ET Degens
Marine biology 19 (4), 323-331, 1973
Illuminated darkness: Molecular signatures of Congo River dissolved organic matter and its photochemical alteration as revealed by ultrahigh precision mass spectrometry
A Stubbins, RGM Spencer, H Chen, PG Hatcher, K Mopper, PJ Hernes, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (4), 1467-1477, 2010
Formation of carbonyl compounds from UV‐induced photodegradation of humic substances in natural waters: Fate of riverine carbon in the sea
RJ Kieber, X Zhou, K Mopper
Limnology and Oceanography 35 (7), 1503-1515, 1990
Hydroxyl radical photoproduction in the sea and its potential impact on marine processes
K Mopper, X Zhou
Science 250 (4981), 661-664, 1990
Photochemical source of biological substrates in sea water: implications for carbon cycling
DJ Kieber, J McDaniel, K Mopper
Nature 341 (6243), 637-639, 1989
Fluorescence as a possible tool for studying the nature and water column distribution of DOC components
K Mopper, CA Schultz
Marine Chemistry 41 (1-3), 229-238, 1993
Advanced instrumental approaches for characterization of marine dissolved organic matter: extraction techniques, mass spectrometry, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
K Mopper, A Stubbins, JD Ritchie, HM Bialk, PG Hatcher
Chemical Reviews 107 (2), 419-442, 2007
Determination of photochemically produced hydroxyl radicals in seawater and freshwater
X Zhou, K Mopper
Marine chemistry 30, 71-88, 1990
Diel and depth variations in dissolved free amino acids and ammonium in the Baltic Sea determined by shipboard HPLC analysis 1
K Mopper, P Lindroth
Limnology and Oceanography 27 (2), 336-347, 1982
Photochemical degradation of dissolved organic matter and dissolved lignin phenols from the Congo River
RGM Spencer, A Stubbins, PJ Hernes, A Baker, K Mopper, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 114 (G3), 2009
Photochemistry and the cycling of carbon, sulfur, nitrogen and phosphorus
K Mopper, DJ Kieber
Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter, 455-507, 2002
The role of surface-active carbohydrates in the flocculation of a diatom bloom in a mesocosm
K Mopper, KS Ramana, DT Drapeau
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 42 (1), 47-73, 1995
Photochemical bleaching of oceanic dissolved organic matter and its effect on absorption spectral slope and fluorescence
JR Helms, A Stubbins, EM Perdue, NW Green, H Chen, K Mopper
Marine Chemistry 155, 81-91, 2013
The role of surface‐active carbohydrates in the formation of transparent exopolymer particles by bubble adsorption of seawater
J Zhou, K Mopper, U Passow
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (8), 1860-1871, 1998
Factors controlling the distribution and early diagenesis
ET Degens, K Mopper
Chemical oceanography 6, 59, 1975
Fluorescence contouring analysis of DOC intercalibration experiment samples: a comparison of techniques
PG Coble, CA Schultz, K Mopper
Marine chemistry 41 (1-3), 173-178, 1993
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