MAJONE, Mauro
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 11.236
EU - Europa 4.370
AS - Asia 1.952
SA - Sud America 166
AF - Africa 126
OC - Oceania 39
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 3
Totale 17.892
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 11.022
IT - Italia 1.626
IN - India 772
SE - Svezia 663
UA - Ucraina 577
CN - Cina 556
SG - Singapore 487
FI - Finlandia 356
DE - Germania 305
GB - Regno Unito 302
CA - Canada 200
AR - Argentina 126
TG - Togo 109
BG - Bulgaria 96
RO - Romania 95
IE - Irlanda 72
KR - Corea 66
ES - Italia 58
FR - Francia 44
NL - Olanda 42
AU - Australia 32
BE - Belgio 32
GR - Grecia 25
BR - Brasile 20
TR - Turchia 20
HK - Hong Kong 15
MX - Messico 14
PT - Portogallo 14
PL - Polonia 13
JP - Giappone 12
CH - Svizzera 9
RU - Federazione Russa 9
CL - Cile 8
DK - Danimarca 8
TW - Taiwan 8
ZA - Sudafrica 8
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 7
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 6
AT - Austria 5
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 4
PE - Perù 4
PK - Pakistan 4
SC - Seychelles 4
SI - Slovenia 4
CO - Colombia 3
ET - Etiopia 3
EU - Europa 3
PY - Paraguay 3
CY - Cipro 2
EC - Ecuador 2
HU - Ungheria 2
IR - Iran 2
MY - Malesia 2
TH - Thailandia 2
ID - Indonesia 1
IM - Isola di Man 1
IS - Islanda 1
KH - Cambogia 1
KZ - Kazakistan 1
PH - Filippine 1
RS - Serbia 1
ZM - Zambia 1
ZW - Zimbabwe 1
Totale 17.892
Città #
Fairfield 1.633
Chandler 872
Woodbridge 847
Ashburn 758
Houston 599
Seattle 578
Rome 548
Ann Arbor 538
Wilmington 535
Cambridge 510
Princeton 391
Dearborn 371
Plano 321
Beijing 237
Boston 233
Singapore 231
Jacksonville 212
San Paolo di Civitate 206
Lawrence 179
Millbury 154
Mcallen 142
San Diego 141
Federal 125
Montréal 116
Andover 111
Lomé 109
Munich 107
New York 102
Sofia 93
Boardman 89
Des Moines 75
Dublin 69
Norwalk 67
Milan 66
Helsinki 50
Falls Church 48
Toronto 46
Hefei 43
Nanjing 34
Shanghai 33
Grafing 30
Brussels 29
Ottawa 28
San Mateo 27
Bühl 24
Kunming 24
Mannheim 24
Buk-gu 23
Washington 23
Brisbane 22
Guangzhou 15
Los Angeles 15
Barcelona 14
Genova 14
Bologna 13
Formia 13
Indiana 13
Naples 13
Turin 13
Jinan 12
Palermo 12
Shenyang 12
Warsaw 12
Buffalo 11
London 11
Madrid 11
Nanchang 11
Parma 11
Southend 11
Chengdu 10
Pune 10
Redmond 10
Seoul 10
Florence 9
Fuzhou 9
Redwood City 9
The Hague 9
Hebei 8
Hong Kong 8
Mexico City 8
Monterotondo 8
San Cesareo 8
San Cipriano Picentino 8
São Carlos 8
Brescia 7
Centrale 7
Cheongju-si 7
Dongducheon-si 7
Foggia 7
Napoli 7
Stockholm 7
Toulouse 7
Bratislava 6
Cremona 6
Den Haag 6
Guidonia Montecelio 6
Laurel 6
Padova 6
Riano 6
Volendam 6
Totale 12.346
Nome #
Chapter 9. PHA Copolymers from Microbial Mixed Cultures: Synthesis, Extraction and Related Properties 721
Celle di elettrolisi microbiche per la il recupero energetico e la depurazione di acque reflue civili 174
A bulking sludge with high storage response selected under intermittent feeding 110
Estrazione di Poliidrossialcanoati (PHA) da colture microbiche miste (MMC): performance estrattive ed effetti sulle caratteristiche del polimero 108
An aerobic fixed-phase biofilm reactor system for the degradation of the low-molecular weight aromatic compounds occurring in the effluents of anaerobic digestors treating olive mill wastewaters 102
Carbon recovery from wastewater through bioconversion into biodegradable polymers 102
Relative contribution of set cathode potential and external mass transport on TCE dechlorination in a continuous-flow bioelectrochemical reactor 97
Electrochemically driven fermentation of organic substrates with undefined mixed microbial cultures 95
Pilot-scale performance of PHA production from municipal solid waste using mixed microbial cultures (MMC) 93
Autotrophic acetate production under hydrogenophilic and bioelectrochemical conditions with a thermally treated mixed culture 91
ISOLATION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THIOTHRIX SP 90
Clay adsorption of lead from landfill leachate 89
Microbial competition for the organic substrates and its impact on EBPR systems under conditions of changing carbon feed 89
Bioelectrochemical reduction of CO2 to CH4 via direct and indirect extracellular electron transfer by a hydrogenophilic methanogenic culture 89
Reductive/oxidative sequential bioelectrochemical process for perchloroethylene removal 87
Modeling of pretreatment and acidogenic fermentation of organic fraction of municipal solid wastes 86
Stechiometria e cinetica della crescita cellulare 86
Impact of nitrogen feeding regulation on polyhydroxyalkanoates production by mixed microbial cultures 86
Acidogenic fermentation of the organic fraction of municipal solid wastes 85
Organic fraction of municipal solid waste recovery by conversion into added-value polyhydroxyalkanoates and biogas 85
Heavy metal speciation in landfill leachates by exchange on Chelex 100 resin 84
Bioelectrochemical approach for reductive and oxidative dechlorination of chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons (CAHs) 83
Effect of culture residence time on substrate uptake and storage by a pure culture of Thiothrix (CT3 strain) under continuous or batch feeding 83
Conducting polymers for ion sensor membranes as detectors for use in ion chromatography 82
Biological treatment of tannery wastewater in the presence of chromium 79
Field study of in situ anaerobic bioremediation of a chlorinated solvent source zone 79
Aerobic metabolism of mixed carbon sources in sequencing batch reactor under pulse and continuous feeding 78
Optimization of urban waste fermentation for volatile fatty acids production 78
Chromium recovery from tannery sludge by incineration and acid extraction 77
Some physiological properties of an italian isolate of Microthrix Parvicella 77
La gestione sostenibile dei fanghi dai processi di depurazione delle acque 77
The distribution and movement of polyphosphate and associated cations in sludges from NDEBPR plants in different configurations at pilot scale 76
Effect of the anode feeding composition on the performance of a continuous-flow methane-producing microbial electrolysis cell 76
Enhancing a multi-stage process for olive oil mill wastewater valorization towards polyhydroxyalkanoates and biogas production 76
Aluminium and iron separation from chromium solutions by precipitation with cupferron 76
CARD-FISH analysis of a TCE-dechlorinating biocathode operated at different set potentials 75
Impact of fermentation residues on the thermal, structural, and rheological properties of polyhydroxy(butyrate-co-valerate) produced from cheese whey and olive oil mill wastewater 75
Enrichment of activated sludge in a sequencing batch reactor for polyhydroxyalkanoate production 75
Influence of storage on kinetic selection to control aerobic filamentous bulking 74
Behaviour of different eluents and stabilizing agents in the determination of sulphite in water by ion-chromatography 74
Acetogenic inoculum selection for acetate production from waste biomasses via thermal shock treatment 73
The storage of acetate under anoxic conditions 73
Metabolic analysis of the removal of formic acid by unacclimated activated sludge 73
Characterization of an electro-active biocathode capable of dechlorinating trichloroethene and cis-dichloroethene to ethene 73
Assessing anaerobic biodegradability of polymeric materials under acidogenic or methanogenic conditions 73
Influence of the set anode potential on the performance and internal energy losses of a methane-producing microbial electrolysis cell 73
An urban biorefinery for food waste and biological sludge conversion into polyhydroxyalkanoates and biogas 73
Dynamics of the anaerobic utilization of organic substrates in an anaerobic/aerobic sequencing batch reactor 72
Novel routes for urban bio-waste management: A combined acidic fermentation and anaerobic digestion process for platform chemicals and biogas production 72
Effect of micropollutants (organic xenobiotics and heavy metals) in the activated sludge process 72
Effect of pH on the production of bacterial polyhydroxyalkanoates by mixed cultures enriched under periodic feeding 70
Treatment of tannery wastewater in a sequencing batch reactor 70
Aerobic storage by activated sludge on real wastewater 70
Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) production from sludge and municipal wastewater treatment 70
Polyhydroxyalkanoates production with mixed microbial cultures: from culture selection to polymer recovery in a high-rate continuous process 70
Effect of periodic feeding on substrate uptake and storage rates by a pure culture of Thiothrix (CT3 strain) 70
Ammonium recovery and biogas upgrading in a tubular micro-pilot microbial electrolysis cell (MEC) 70
Olive oil mill effluents as a feedstock for production of biodegradable polymers 69
DYNAMICS OF PHOSPHORUS AND ORGANIC SUBSTRATES IN ANAEROBIC AND AEROBIC PHASES OF A SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR 69
Comparison of carbon storage under aerobic and anoxic conditions 68
Anaerobic transformation of tetrachloroethane, perchloroethylene, and their mixtures by mixed-cultures enriched from contaminated soils and sediments 68
Anion vs cation exchange membrane strongly affect mechanisms and yield of CO2 fixation in a microbial electrolysis cell 68
Trireme Srl 68
Production of bacterial nanobiocomposites of polyhydroxyalkanoates derived from waste and bacterial nanocellulose by the electrospinning enabling melt compounding method 67
Use of Poly-β-hydroxy-butyrate as a slow-release electron donor for the microbial reductive dechlorination of TCE 67
Aerobic storage under dynamic conditions in the activated sludge process 66
Anaerobic acidogenic digestion of olive mill wastewaters in biofilm reactors packed with ceramic filters or granular activated carbon 66
Calorimetry: a tool for assessing microbial activity under aerobic and anoxic conditions 66
Microbiome dynamics and phaC synthase genes selected in a pilot plant producing polyhydroxyalkanoate from the organic fraction of urban waste 66
Two-reactor system with partial phase separation for anaerobic treatment of olive oil mill effluents 66
Magnetite particles triggering a faster and more robust syntrophic pathway of methanogenic propionate degradation 66
Kinetic and phylogenetic characterization of an anaerobic dechlorinating microbial community 65
Kinetics of trichloroethene dechlorination and methane formation by a mixed anaerobic culture in a bio-electrochemical system 65
Analytical problems in the definition of material balances in the incineration of urban sludge 65
Theoretical and experimental analysis of the role of sludge age on the removal of adsorbed micropollutants in activated sludge processes 65
Reduction of carbon dioxide into acetate in a fully biological microbial electrolysis cell 65
Thermal stability of polyhydroxyalkanoates 65
The behaviour of polyphosphate accumulating Acinetobacter isolates in an anaerobic aerobic chemostat 64
Role of lipids and phenolic compounds in the anaerobic treatment of olive oil mill effluents 64
Relevance of side reactions in anaerobic reductive dechlorination microcosms amended with different electron donors 64
Exploiting olive oil mill effluents as a renewable resource for production of biodegradable polymers through a combined anaerobic-aerobic process 64
Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) storage within a mixed-culture biomass with simultaneous growth as a function of accumulation substrate nitrogen and phosphorus levels 64
Glutamic acid removal and PHB storage in the activated sludge process under dynamic conditions 64
Effect of feed length on settleability, substrate uptake and storage in a sequencing batch reactor treating an industrial wastewater 64
Interaction between acidogenesis and methanogenesis in the anaerobic treatment of olive oil mill effluents 64
Biological phosphorus removal with different organic substrates in an anaerobic/aerobic sequencing batch reactor 63
Microbial Reductive Dechlorination of Trichloroethene to Ethene With Electrodes Serving as Electron Donors Without the External Addition of Redox Mediators 63
Two-side cathode microbial electrolysis cell for nutrients recovery and biogas upgrading 63
Effect of the organic loading rate on the production of polyhydroxyalkanoates in a multi-stage process aimed at the valorization of olive oil mill wastewater 63
Comment on “Microbiology and biochemistry of the enhanced biological phosphate removal process. Review Paper” by T.Mino, M.C.M. Van Loosdrecht and J.J.Heijnen 62
Competition for H2 between sulfate reduction and dechlorination in butyrate-fed anaerobic cultures 62
Bioelectrochemical dechlorination of trichloroethene: from electron transfer mechanisms to process scale-up 62
Perspectives of biofuels production from renewable resources with bioelectrochemical systems 61
Electrochemical stimulation of microbial cis-dichloroethene (cis-DCE) oxidation by an ethene-assimilating culture 61
Una bioraffineria urbana per la conversione della frazione organica dei rifiuti solidi urbani (FORSU) e fanghi municipali in biopolimeri e biogas 61
Bioelectromethanogenesis reaction in a tubular microbial electrolysis cell (MEC) for biogas upgrading 61
Modeling the competitive adsorption of Pb, Cu, Cd and Ni onto a natural heterogeneous sorbent material (Italian “Red Soil”) 61
Role of storage phenomena on removal of different substrates during pre-denitrification 61
Characterization of polyhydroxyalkanoates synthesized from microbial mixed cultures and of their nanobiocomposites with bacterial cellulose nanowhiskers 61
Effect of hydraulic and organic loads in Sequencing Batch Reactor on microbial ecology of activated sludge and storage of polyhydroxyalkanoates 60
Totale 8.103
Categoria #
all - tutte 48.508
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 369
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 48.877


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2019/20204.304 576 139 92 204 308 662 631 460 414 440 219 159
2020/20211.648 220 222 91 124 38 78 58 133 208 266 164 46
2021/20223.661 54 254 362 170 483 108 102 352 323 304 409 740
2022/20233.608 702 674 153 344 376 366 97 252 355 78 156 55
2023/20242.029 128 249 130 159 139 320 116 127 28 258 179 196
2024/2025129 129 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totale 18.374