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23. Karimian, N.,  Hockmann, K., Planer-Friedrich, B., Johnston, S.G., Burton, E.D., 2021. Antimonate controls manganese(II)-induced transformation of birnessite at circumneutral pH. Environmental Science and Technology 55, 9854-9863.

22. Hockmann, K., Karimian, N., Schlagenhauff, S., Planer-Friedrich, B., Burton, E.D., 2021. Impact of antimony(V) on iron(II)-catalyzed ferrihydrite transformation pathways: A novel mineral switch for feroxyhyte formation. Environmental Science and Technology 55, 4954–4963.

21. Hockmann, K., Planer-Friedrich, B., Johnston, S.G., Peiffer, S., Burton, E.D., 2020. Antimony mobility in sulfidic systems: Coupling with sulfide-induced iron oxide transformations. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 282: 76-296. 

20. Burton, E., Hockmann, K., Karimian, N. 2020. Antimony Sorption to Goethite: Effect of Fe(II)-Catalyzed Recrystallization. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry 4.3: 476-487. 

19. Johnston, S.G., Bennett, W.W.,  Doriean, N., Hockmann, K., Karimian, N., Burton, E.D. 2020. Antimony and arsenic speciation, redox-cycling and contrasting mobility in a mining-impacted river system. Science of the Total Environment 710: 136354

18. Karimian, N., Burton, E.D., Johnston, S.G., Hockmann, K., Chopalla, G. 2019. Antimony speciation and partitioning in iron- and humic acid-rich environments: Implications for antimony mobility. Science of the Total Environment 683: 399-410

17. Burton, E.D., Chopalla, G., Vithana, C.L., Karimian, N., Hockmann, K., Johnston, S.G. 2019. Chromium(VI) formation via heating of Cr(III)-Fe(III)-(oxy)hydroxides: A pathway for fire-induced soil pollution. Chemosphere 222: 440-444.

16. Burton, E.D., Hockmann, K., Johnston, S.G., Karimian, N. Antimony mobility in reducing environments: The effect of microbial iron(III)-reduction and associated secondary mineralization. 2019. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 245: 278-289.

 15. Arsic, M., Teasdale, P.R., Welsh, D.T., Johnston, S.G., Burton, E.D., Hockmann, K., Bennett, W.W. 2018. Diffusive gradients in thin films (DGT) methods reveal antimony and arsenic mobility differs in a contaminated wetland sediment during an oxic-anoxic transition. Environmental Science and Technology 52: 1118–1127.

14. Tandy, S., Hockmann, K., Keller, M., Studer, B., Papritz, A., Schulin, R., 2018. Antimony mobility during prolonged waterlogging and reoxidation of shooting range soil: a field experiment. Science of the Total Environment 624: 838-844

 13. Hockmann, K., Tandy, S., Studer, B., Evangelou, M.W.H., Schulin, R., 2018. Plant uptake and availability of antimony, lead, copper and zinc in oxic and reduced shooting range soil. Environmental Pollution: 238, 255-262.

12. Johnston, S.G., Bennet, W.W., E.D. Burton, Hockmann, K., Dawson, N., Karimian, N., 2018. Rapid arsenic (V)-reduction by fire in schwertmannite-rich soil enhances arsenic mobilisation. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 227:1-18.

11. Bennett, W.W., Hockmann, K., Johnston, S.G., Burton, E.D., 2017. Synchrotron X-ray absorption spectroscopy reveals antimony sequestration by reduced sulfur in a freshwater wetland sediment. Environmental Chemistry 14:345-349.

10. Rajpert, L., Kolvenbach, B.A., Ammann, E.M., Hockmann, K., Nachtegaal,M., Eiche, E., Schaeffer, A., Corvini, p. F.-X., Sklodowska,A., and M. Lenz. 2016. Arsenic mobilization from historically contaminated mining soils in a continuously operated bioreactor: Implications for risk assessment. Environmental Science and Technology 50: 9124–9132

9. Hockmann, K., Lenz, M., Tandy, S., Schulin, R., 2015. Antimony retention and release from drained and waterlogged shooting range soil under field conditions. Chemosphere 134: 536–543.

8. Cui, X.-D., Wang, Y.-J., Hockmann, K., Zhou, D.-M., 2015. Effect of iron plaque on antimony uptake by rice (Oryza sativa L.). Environmental Pollution 204: 133-140.

7. Hockmann, K., Tandy, S., Lenz, M., Schulin, R., 2014. Leaching of antimony from contaminated soil under manganese- and iron-reducing conditions: column experiments. Environmental Chemistry 11: 624–631.

6. Hockmann, K., Lenz, M., Tandy, S., Nachtegaal, M., Janousch, M., Schulin, R., 2014. Release of antimony from contaminated soil induced by redox changes. Journal of Hazardous Materials 275: 215–221.

5. Wan, X.-m., Tandy, S., Hockmann, K., Schulin, R., 2013. Changes in Sb speciation with waterlogging of shooting range soils and impacts on plant uptake. Environmental Pollution 172: 53-60.

 4. Hockmann, K. and Schulin, R., 2013. Leaching of antimony from contaminated soils. In: Selim, H.M. (Ed.), Competitive sorption and transport of heavy metals in soils. Boca Raton. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 119-145. 

3. Wan, X.-m., Tandy, S., Hockmann, K., Schulin, R., 2013. Effects of waterlogging on the solubility and redox state of Sb in a shooting range soil and its uptake by grasses: a tank experiment. Plant and Soil 371: 155-166.

2. Evangelou, M.W.H., Hockmann, K., Pokharel, R., Jakob, A., Schulin, R., 2012. Accumulation of Sb, Pb, Cu, Zn and Cd by various plants species on two different relocated military shooting range soils. Journal of Environmental Management 108: 102-107.

1. Conesa, H.M., Wieser, M., Gasser, M., Hockmann, K., Evangelou, M.W.H.,Studer, B., Schulin, R. 2010. Effects of three amendments on extractability and fractionation of Pb, Cu, Ni and Sb in two shooting range soils. Journal of Hazardous Materials 181: 845-850