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(2019) Kinetics and Mechanism of Polysulfides Formation by a Reaction between Hydrogen Sulfide and Orthorhombic Cyclooctasulfur
Avetisyan K, Buchshtav T & Kamyshny A

(2019) Sulfur Cycling in the Sediments Affected by High Aeolian Fluxes of Reactive Iron
Kamyshny A & Boyko V

(2019) Kinetic Parameters of Thiocyanate Formation by the Reaction of Cyanide and Sulfur Specious
Kurashova I & Kamyshny A

(2019) Investigating Phosphorites Organic Matter and Trace Elements Contents to Reconstruct Phosphogenesis Conditions and to Identify Processes Improving Phosphoric Acid Production
Ben Shitrit A, Schneider-Mor A, Gelman F & Kamyshny A

(2017) Organic Matter and Fe Competition on Reduced S during Deposition of Senonian Organic-Rich Chalk in Israel
Shawar L, Halevy I, Said-Ahmad W, Boyko V, Kamyshny A, Feinstein S & Amrani A

(2017) Decoupling of the Sulphur Cycle between the Water Column and Sediments of a Seasonally Stratified Freshwater Lake
Findlay A, Boyko V, Guo Q & Kamyshny A

(2017) The Rate of Thiocyanate Degradation in Natural Aquatic and Sediment Systems
Kurashova I & Kamyshny A

(2017) The Decomposition of Dimethylpolysulfanes in Aqueous Systems in the Absence of Solar Irradiation: Kinetics, Products and Mechanisms
Buchshtav T & Kamyshny A

(2017) Inter-Annual Study of the Re-oxidative Part of the Sulfur Cycle in Lake Kinneret
Avetisyan K, Findlay A, Eckert W & Kamyshny Jr. A

(2017) Diurnal Variations in Sulfur Transformations at the Chemocline of Stratified Freshwater Lake
Kamyshny A, Avetisyan K, Findlay A & Eckert W

(2016) Role of Dust Deposition and Seasonal Floods in Cycling of Redox-Sensitive Elements in the Sediments of the Gulf of Aqaba
Boyko V, Blonder B & Kamyshny A

(2015) Biogeochemistry of the Redox-Sensitive Elements in the Sediments of the Gulf of Aqaba
Boyko V & Kamyshny A

(2015) Reoxidative Part of the Sulfur Cycle in the Water Column of Lake Kinneret
Knossow N, Blonder B, Eckert W, Turchyn AV, Antler G & Kamyshny A

(2015) Triple Sulfur Isotopes Fractionations Associated with Abiotic Sulfur Transformations in Yellowstone National Park Hydrothermal Springs
Kamyshny A, Druschel G, Mansaray Z & Farquhar J

(2013) Microbial Sulfur Cycling in the Modern Black Sea
Gilhooly W, Johnston D, Farquhar J, Severmann S, Böttcher M, Gill B, Kamyshny A & Lyons T

(2013) Cyanide and Thiocyanate Biogeochemistry in Non-Polluted Natural Aquatic Systems
Kamsyhny A, Oduro H, Mansaray Z & Farquhar J

(2013) Sulfur and Iron Speciation in Warm Deep Sediments Affected by Dry Deposition of Iron
Blonder B & Kamyshny A

(2012) Sulfur Isotope Systematics of Sulfide Oxidation Intermediates: Implications for Organic Geochemistry
Kamyshny A

(2011) Multiple Sulfur Isotope Fractionation during Sulfur Cycling in a Warm, Monomictic Lake with Sub-Millimolar Sulfate Concentration
Kamyshny A, Eckert W, Gun J, Lev O, Zerkle A, Mansaray Z & Farquhar J

(2010) Solubility of Cycloctasulfur in Water as a Function of Temperature, Salinity and Sulfide Concentration
Kamyshny A

(2010) Multiple Sulfur Isotope Constraint of Environmental VOSCs and Related Sulfur Compounds: Implication for Organosulfur Production and Cycling in Natural Systems
Oduro H, Kamyshny A, Tang K & Farquhar J

(2009) Zero-Valent Sulfur – Thiosulfate Redox Anomaly at the Chemoclines of Stratified Basins
Kamyshny A, Yakushev E & Jost G

(2009) Biogeochemical Sulfur Cycling in Meromictic Fayetteville Green Lake, NY
Zerkle A, Kamyshny A, Kump L, Riccardi A, Arthur M & Farquhar J

(2008) Sulfide Oxidation Intermediates in Anoxic Sediments of Black and Baltic Seas: Differences and Similarities
Kamyshny A & Ferdelman T

(2007) Dynamics of Zero-Valent Sulfur Species, Including Polysulfides, in Wadden Sea Tidal Flat Pools
Kamyshny A & Ferdelman T

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