Lucia Alvarado has her expertise in Electrochemical Separation Systems which as Electrodialysis and Electrodeionization and green chemistry. She had contribute in works testing and characterizing new carbon materials and nanomaterials. The main research is designing treatment systems to remove metallic ions from wastewater and getting pure water. Currently, her adscription is as full professor in Guanajuato University, Mex., Department of Mine Engineering, Metallurgy and Geology. She is active member in the International Society of Electrochemistry and has been reviewer for Elsevier: Electrochimica Acta and Separation and Purification Technology, also reviewer of some projects for the National Council of Science of Technology in Mexico.
International Journal of Photoenergy (2018) 9 ID 5290975
A comparative analysis of 2-(Thiocyanomethylthio)-Benzothiazole degradation using electro-fenton and anodic oxidation on a boron-doped diamond electrode. Armando Vázquez, Lucía Alvarado, Isabel Lázaro, Roel Cruz, José Luis Nava and Israel Rodríguez-Torres.
Electrochimica Acta 182 (2015) 763-768.
Investigation of current routes in electrodeionization system resin beds during chromium removal. Lucía Alvarado, Israel Rodríguez-Torres, Patricia Balderas.
Separation Purification and Technology 137 (2014) 86.
Separation and recovery of Cr(III) and Cr(VI) using electrodeionization as an efficient approach/Zhaoyang Zhang, Daniel Liba, Lucía Alvarado, Aicheng Chen.
Mecanismo de Electrodeionización aplicado a la remoción de Cr(VI), 2014, Publicia, ISBN: 978-3-639-55148-8
Electrochimica Acta 132, (2014) 583-597
Electrodeionization: principles, strategies and applications/Lucía Alvarado, Aicheng Chen
Separation Purification and Technology 105 (2013) 55.
Integration of ion exchange and electrodeionization as a new approach for the continuous treatment of hexavalent chromium wastewater/Lucía Alvarado, Israel Rodríguez, Aicheng Chen.
Wiley, Lead-Zinc 2010, ISBN 978-0-47094-315-1.
Prediction models of current efficiency and cathodic overpotential for the zinc electrodeposition process/ Roel Cruz, Sergio Castro, Raul González, Lucía Alvarado, Berenice Ramos, Rene Lara and Jacinto Bolaños.
Desalination 249 (2009) 423.
Cr(VI) Removal by continuous electrodeionization: study its basic technologies/ L Alvarado, A. Ramírez, I. Rodríguez-Torres.
ECS Transactions, 20:1 (2009) 83.
Limiting current studies in an Electrodialysis cell: influence of mean linear velocity and KCl concentration in the dilute channel. ISSN: 1938-6737.
1st IWA Mexico National Young Water memories 2009, ISBN 978-970-32-5515-3. Ion exchange applied to hexavalent chromium removal. L. Alvarado, I. Rodríguez-Torres, A. Ramírez.
07/2009 PhD Mineral Engineering, Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí, Mexico.
7/2005 Master in Electrochemistry, Centre of Research and Technological Development of Electrochemistry, S. C., (CIDETEQ). Qro., Mexico.
06/2001 B. S. Chemical Engineering, Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí, Mexico.
Electrochemical Engineering, Electrodeionization, Electrodialysis, Ion Exchange, Electrosorption, Capacitive Deionization
HONORS AND AWARDS
2016-2019 National Researcher Level 1, National System of Researchers, Mexico.
2017 Projects Reviewer, National Council of Science and Technology, CONACYT, Mexico.
2016-2017 Reviewer, Elsevier
2010 Best Doctoral Thesis of Electrochemistry Award by National Society of Electrochemistry, Mexico.
2006 Best Master Thesis of Electrochemistry Award by National Society of Electrochemistry, Mexico.