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2012 Publications


Arshadi, A., Clark, J.H. & Hunt, A.J. (2012) Supercritical fluid extraction (SFE) as an effective tool in reducing auto-oxidation of dried pine sawdust for power generation. RSC Adv., 2, 1806–1809.

Balu, A.M., Budarin, V., Shuttleworth, P.S., Pfaltzgraff, L.A., Waldron, K., Luque, R. & Clark, J.H. (2012). Valorisation of Orange Peel Residues: Waste to Biochemicals and Nanoporous Materials. ChemSusChem, 5, 1694–1697.

Balula, S.S., Bruno, S.M., Gomes, A.C., Valente, A.A., Pillinger, M., Goncalves, I.S., Macquarrie, D.J. & Clark, J.H. (2012). Epoxidation of olefins using a dichlorodioxomolybdenum(VI)-pyridylimine complex as catalyst. Inorganica Chimica Acta, 387, 234-239.

Breeden, S.W., Clark, J.H. Farmer, T.J., Macquarrie, D.J., Nonneb, Y. & Reid, E.S.J. (2012). Microwave Heating for Rapid Conversion of Sugars and Polysaccharides to 5-chloromethyl furfural. Green Chemistry, 15, 72-75.

Breeden, S.W., Clark, J.H., Macquarrie,D.J. & Sherwood, J. Green solvents. In W. Zhang & B.Cue (Eds.), Green Techniques for Organic Synthesis and Medicinal Chemistry, John Wiley & Sons: Chichester, Chapter 9, 243–257.

Christopher, L.P. (2012). Integrated Forest Biorefineries: Challenges and Opportunities. In J.H. Clark & Kraus, G. (Series Eds.), RSC Green Chemistry. RSC, Cambridge.

Clark, J.H. & Farmer, T.J. (2012). Green Chemistry for 21st Century Industry. The Catalyst Review, December 2012.

Clark, J.H., Fitzpatrick, E.M., Macquarrie, D.J., Pfaltzgraff, L. A. & Sherwood, J. (2012). p-Cymenesulphonic acid: An organic acid derived from citrus waste. Catalysis Today, 190, 144–149.

Clark, J.H., Luque, R. & Matharu, A.S. Green Chemistry, Biofuels, and Biorefinery (2012). Annual Reviews Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, 3, 183–207.

Clark, J.H., Macquarrie, D.J. & Comerford, J.W. (2012) Green catalytic transformations. In R.A. Meyers (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology. Springer.

Clark, J.H., Macquarrie, D.J. & Sherwood, J. (2012). A quantitative comparison between conventional and bio-derived solvents from citrus waste in esterification and amidation kinetic studies. Green Chemistry, 14, 90-93.

Comerford, J.W., Farmer, T.J., Macquarrie, D.J., Breeden, S.W. & Clark, J.H. (2012). Mesoporous Structured Silica – An improved catalyst for direct amide synthesis and its application to continuous flow processing. Arkivoc, 282–293.

Dodson, J.R.,  Hunt, A.J.,  Parker, H.L., Yang, Y. & Clark, J.H. (2012). Elemental Sustainability: Towards the total recovery of scarce metals. Chemical Engineering and Processing, 51, 69-78.

Elmakssoudi, A., Abdelouahdi, K., Zahouily, M., Clark, J.H. & Solhy, A. (2012). Efficient conversion of aldehydes and ketones into oximes using a nanostructured 3 pyrophosphate catalyst in a solvent-free process. Catalysis Communications, 29, 53–57.

Gronnow, M.J., Budarin, V.L.,  Masek., O, Crombie, K.N., Brownsort, P.A., Shuttleworth, P.S., Hurst, P.R. & Clark, J.H. (2012). Torrefaction/biochar production by microwave and conventional slow pyrolysis – comparison of energy properties. GCB Bioenergy, 5, 144–152.

Gronnow, M., Smallwood, M., Lanot, A., & Fan., A. (2012). Waste paper to sweet reward: adding value to waste paper. Paper Technology, 53(4), September 2012.

John, M.J. & Thomas, S. (Eds.) (2012). Natural Polymers: Composites. In J.H. Clark & Kraus, G. (Series Eds.), RSC Green Chemistry. RSC, Cambridge.

John, M.J. & Thomas, S. (Eds.) (2012). Natural Polymers: Nanocomposites. In J.H. Clark & Kraus, G. (Series Eds.), RSC Green Chemistry. RSC, Cambridge.

Kazmi, A. (Eds.) (2012). Advanced oil crop biorefineries. Royal Society of Chemistry: Cambridge.

Kazmi, A. & Clark, J.H. (2012) Biomass to Chemicals. In Sayigh A, (ed.) Comprehensive Renewable Energy, Vol 5, 395–410. Oxford: Elsevier.

Kour Sodhi, R.,Paul, S. & Clark, J.H. (2012). A comparative study of different metal acetylacetonates covalently anchored onto amine functionalized silica: A study of the oxidation ofaldehydes and alcohols to corresponding acids in water. Green Chemistry, 14, 1649.

Lin, C. S. K., Luque, R., Clark, J. H., Webb, C. and Du, C. (2012), Wheat-based biorefining strategy for fermentative production and chemical transformations of succinic acid. Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining, 6, 88–104.

Macquarrie, D.J., Clark, J.H. & Fitzpatrick, E.M. (2012) The Microwave Pyrolysis of Biomass. Biofuels, Bioproducts & Biorefining, 6(3), 549-560.

Makibi, F., Clark, J.H. & Summeron, L. (Eds.) (2012). Greener products: opportunities and challenges for surfactants. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

Ramananarivo, H.R., Abdelouahdi, K., Amer, W., Zahouily, M., Clark, J.H. & Solhy, A. (2012). Tunable structure of zirconia nanoparticles by biopolymer gelation: design, synthesis and characterization. Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2012, 5465–5469.

Sanders, J.P.M, Clark, J.H., Harmsen, G.J., Heeres, H.J., Heijnen, J.J., Kersten, S.R.A., van  Swaaij, W.P.M., & Moulijn, J.A. (2012). Process intensiļ¬cation in the future production of base chemicals from biomass. Chemical  Engineering and Processing, 51, 117–136.

Shuttleworth, P., Budarin, V., Gronnow, M., Clark, J.H. & Luque, R. (2012). Low temperature microwave-assisted vs conventional pyrolysis of variousbiomass feedstocks. Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry, 21(3), 270-274.

Summerton, L. (2012), review of Green Organic Chemistry in Lecture and Laboratory, by Andrew Dicks, Chemistry and Industry Magazine, 2.

Supanchaiyamat, N., Shuttleworth, P.S., Hunt, A.J., Clark, J.H. & Matharu, A.S. (2012). Thermosetting resin based on epoxidised linseed oil and bio-derived crosslinker. Green Chem., 14 (6), 1759 – 1765.

Yue, H.B., Cui,Y.D., Shuttleworth P.S. & Clark, J.H. (2012) Preparation and characterization of 'green' bioplastics made from cottonseed protein. Green Chemistry, 14, 2009–2016.