Alfisol, Item 003: LMMpro, version 1.06
The Langmuir Optimization Program
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List of published articles that used LMMpro:

  1. Wallace, S.H., S. Shaw, K. Morris, J.S. Small, A.J. Fuller, I.T. Burke. 2012. Effect of groundwater pH and ionic strength on strontium sorption in aquifer sediments: Implications for 90Sr mobility at contaminated nuclear sites. Applied Geochemistry 27:1482-1491.
  2. Ettlinger, J., J.A. Schenk, B. Micheel, E. Ehrentreich-Forster, and N. Gajovic-Eichelmann. 2012. A direct competitive homogeneous immunoassay for progesterone --- The redox quenching immunoassay. Electroanalysis 24:1567-1575.
  3. Athikomrattanakul, U., N. Gajovic-Eichelmann, and F.W. Scheller. 2011. Thermometric sensing of nitrofurantoin by noncovalently imprinted polymers containing two complementary functional monomers. Anal. Chem. 83:7704-7711.
  4. Cleaves, H.J., II, E. Crapster-Pregont, C.M. Jonsson, C.L. Jonsson, D.A. Sverjensky, and R.A. Hazen. 2011. The adsorption of short single-stranded DNA oligomers to mineral surfaces. Chemosphere 83:1560-1567.
  5. Schulthess, C.P., R.W. Taylor, and D.R. Ferreira. 2011. The nanopore inner sphere enhancement effect on cation adsorption: Sodium and nickel. The adsorption of short single-stranded DNA oligomers to mineral surfaces. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 75:378-388.
  6. Athikomrattanakul, U., M. Katterle, N. Gajovic-Eichelmann, and F.W. Scheller. 2010. Preparation and characterization of novel molecularly imprinted polymers based on thiourea receptors for nitrocompounds recognition. Talanta 84:274-279.
  7. Jacquier, N., and R. Schneiter. 2010. Ypk1, the yeast orthologue of the human serum- and glucocorticoid-induced kinase, is required for efficient uptake of fatty acids. J. Cell Sci. 123:2218-2227.
  8. Alden, P.G., R.S. Plumb, M.D. Jones, P.D. Rainville, and D. Shave. 2010. A rapid ultra-performance liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometric methodlogy for the in vitro analysis of Pooled and Cocktailed cytochrome P450 assays. Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom. 24:147-154.
  9. Beaulé, C., A. Swanstrom, M.J. Leone, and E.D. Herzog. 2009. Circadian modulation of gene expression, but not glutamate uptake, in mouse and rat cortical astrocytes. PLoS ONE 4(10): e7476. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0007476.
  10. Bolster, C.H. 2008. Revisiting a statistical shortcoming when fitting the Langmuir model to sorption data. J. Environ. Qual. 37:1986-1992.
  11. Ranatunga, T.D., R.W. Taylor, C.P. Schulthess, D.R.A. Ranatunga, W.F. Bleam, and Z.N. Senwo. 2008. Lead Sorption on phosphate-pretreated kaolinite: Modeling, aqueous speciation, and thermodynamics. Soil Sci. 173:321-331.


List of published articles that addressed topics closely related to LMMpro or that discussed the use of LMMpro:
(Includes articles that used n-NLLS prior to the release of LMMpro version 1.00 on 12 October 2007.)

  1. Schulthess, C.P. 2011. Historical perspective on the tools that helped shape soil chemistry. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 75:2009 - 2036 [SSSA 75th anniversary paper].
  2. Graetz, D.A., and V.D. Nair. 2009. Phosphorus Sorption Isotherm Determination. p. 33-37. In J.L. Kovar and G.M. Pierzynski (ed.) Methods of Phosphorus Analysis for Soils, Sediment, Residuals, and Waters. 2nd edition. Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin No. 408, Virginia Tech University.
    (ISBN 1-58161-408-x.)
  3. Mon, J., M. Flury, and J.B. Harsh. 2006. A quantitative structure–activity relationships (QSAR) analysis of triarylmethane dye tracers. J. Hydrology 316:84-97.
  4. Zhao, H., Y. Deng, J.G. Harsh, M. Flury, and J.S. Boyle. 2004. Alteration of kaolinite to cancrinite and sodalite by simulated Hanford tank waste and its impact on cesium retention. Clays & Clay Minerals 52:1-13.
  5. Schulthess, C.P., and D.K. Dey. 1996. Estimation of Langmuir constants using linear and nonlinear least squares regression analyses. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 60:433-442.



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