Nigel J. Bunce

Professor College of Physical & Engineering Science Department of Chemistry Guelph, Ontario bunce@chembio.uoguelph.ca Office: (519) 824-4120 ext. 53962

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The principal activities of our research group involve environmental electrochemistry, with emphasis on the electrochemical treatment of aqueous wastes. Electrolysis offers a Aniche technology@ for compounds that are Arecalcitrant@ towards conventional biological treatment B because they are met...

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Bio/Research

The principal activities of our research group involve environmental electrochemistry, with emphasis on the electrochemical treatment of aqueous wastes. Electrolysis offers a Aniche technology@ for compounds that are Arecalcitrant@ towards conventional biological treatment B because they are metallic, or unreactive biologically, or toxic to the microorganisms of a bioreactor. Our research group is part of the Electrochemical Technology Centre in the Chemistry Department, University of Guelph, which was established in 2001 with multi-million $$ funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation.

Graduate students in our research group are encouraged to register as analytical chemists, and have generally experienced good success in finding employment in the field. We also take on at least one undergraduate student in the summer semester to offer research experience.



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