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In situ Diagnostic Techniques for Probing Solvation Effects in Supercritical Fluid Reaction Media for Synthetic Organic Chemistry
Grant Number R826738
RFA: Technology for a Sustainable Environment (1998)


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Book Chapter (2)
Journal Article (1)
Presentation (5)
Proceedings (3)
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Book Chapter Tester JW, Danheiser RL, Weinstein AR, Renslo AR, Taylor JD, Steinfeld JI, Anastas PT, Heine LG, Williamson TC. Supercritical fluids as solvent replacements in chemical synthesis. Chapter 22. American Chemical Society, Washington, DC. 2001/01/15/:270-291 R826738 (1999)
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Book Chapter Tester JW, Danheiser RL, Weinstein RD, Renslo A, Taylor JD, Steinfeld JI. Tester, Jefferson W.; Danheiser, Rick L.; Weintstein, Randy D.; Renslo, Adam; Taylor, Joshua D.; Steinfeld, Jeffrey I. Supercritical fluids as solvent replacements in chemical synthesis. OUP, New York, NY. 2003;22:270-291 R826738 (2000)
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Journal Article Taylor JD, Steinfeld JI, Tester JW. Experimental measurement of the rate of methyl tert-butyl ether hydrolysis in sub- and supercritical water. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 2001;(1):67-74. R826738 (2000)
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Presentation Steinfeld JI, Gardner M, Gheorghiu MD. Environmentally benign chemistry in the undergraduate laboratory. Presented at Pacifichem 2000, Honolulu, HI, December 2000. Chemistry and the Community, Paper No. 16. R826738 (2000)
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Presentation Taylor JD, Steinfeld JI, Green WH, Tester JW. A mechanistic understanding of the hydrolysis of MTBE in sub- and supercritical water: experimental measurements and Ab initio calculations. Presented at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, November 2000. R826738 (2000)
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Presentation Taylor JD, Steinfeld JI, Tester JW. Hydrolysis of MTBE in sub- and supercritical water. Presented at the 4th Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference, Washington, DC, June 2000. Abstracts, p. 21. R826738 (2000)
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Presentation Taylor JD, Tester JW, Steinfeld JI. Treatment of methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) in sub- and supercritical water: experiments and ab initio calculations. To be presented at the American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 2000. R826738 (1999)
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Presentation Tester J, Taylor J, Reagan M, Dinaro-Blanchard J, Steinfeld J, Howard J. Modeling phase equilibria and chemical kinetics in supercritical water. Presented at the 5th International Symposium on Supercritical Fluids, Atlanta, GA, April 2000. R826738 (2000)
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Proceedings Steinfeld JI, Tester JW, Taylor JD, Casielles AG, Bhatia P. Environmental applications of supercritical fluids as reaction media. In: Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference, Washington, DC, June 1999, p. 29. R826738 (1999)
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Proceedings Steinfeld JI, Tester JW, Taylor J, Casielles AG, Bhatia P. Spectroscopic diagnostics for reaction dynamics in supercritical fluids. In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Green Chemistry in China, Chengdu, Szechuan, May 1999, p. 9. R826738 (1999)
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Proceedings Steinfeld JI, Taylor JD, Tester JW. Spectroscopic probes and molecular modeling of molecular levels effects in supercritical fluid reaction systems. In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Green Chemistry in China, Guangzhou, May 2000, p. 1. R826738 (2000)
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