His scientific interests lie mostly in Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Organic chemistry, Transesterification and Biodiesel. His Catalysis study incorporates themes from Chemical engineering and Methanol. His work carried out in the field of Chemical engineering brings together such families of science as Polymer and Calcination.
Adam F. Lee combines subjects such as Bifunctional, Bimetallic strip, Adsorption, Acetylene and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy with his study of Inorganic chemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Saturated fatty acid and Biodiesel production. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Combustion, Oil reserves, Renewable resource and Chemical industry.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Chemical engineering, Organic chemistry and Mesoporous material. His work deals with themes such as Nanoparticle and Methanol, which intersect with Catalysis. His studies deal with areas such as Nuclear chemistry, Palladium, Platinum, Adsorption and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy as well as Inorganic chemistry.
His research investigates the connection between Chemical engineering and topics such as Photocatalysis that intersect with issues in Hydrogen production and Visible spectrum. In the field of Organic chemistry, his study on Sulfonic acid, Acetic acid and Hydrodeoxygenation overlaps with subjects such as Sulfation. His Mesoporous material research incorporates elements of Isomerization and Porosimetry.
Catalysis, Chemical engineering, Organic chemistry, Mesoporous material and Inorganic chemistry are his primary areas of study. Adam F. Lee has researched Catalysis in several fields, including Carboxylic acid, Methanol and Nuclear chemistry. His Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Photocatalysis, Carbon and Porosimetry.
In general Organic chemistry study, his work on Heterogeneous catalysis, Sulfonic acid, Pyrolysis and Lignin often relates to the realm of Cubic zirconia, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Mesoporous material study incorporates themes from Inverse gas chromatography, Sol-gel, Chemisorption and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. The various areas that Adam F. Lee examines in his Inorganic chemistry study include Acid strength, Propylamine, Adsorption, Selectivity and Acetic acid.
His primary scientific interests are in Catalysis, Chemical engineering, Inorganic chemistry, Mesoporous material and Photocatalysis. To a larger extent, Adam F. Lee studies Organic chemistry with the aim of understanding Catalysis. His Chemical engineering research integrates issues from Covalent bond, Atom and Nickel.
His Inorganic chemistry research includes elements of Acid strength, Propylamine, Methylcyclohexane, Copper and Chemisorption. His Mesoporous material research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Leaching and Copper oxide. His work carried out in the field of Photocatalysis brings together such families of science as Photochemistry, Acceptor and Nanomaterials.
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Hierarchical porous materials: catalytic applications.
Christopher M. A. Parlett;Karen Wilson;Adam F. Lee.
Chemical Society Reviews (2013)
Structure-reactivity correlations in MgAl hydrotalcite catalysts for biodiesel synthesis
David G. Cantrell;Lisa J. Gillie;Adam F. Lee;Karen Wilson.
Applied Catalysis A-general (2005)
Heterogeneous catalysis for sustainable biodiesel production via esterification and transesterification
Adam F. Lee;James A. Bennett;Jinesh C. Manayil;Karen Wilson.
Chemical Society Reviews (2014)
Non defect-stabilized thermally stable single-atom catalyst
Rui Lang;Wei Xi;Jin-Cheng Liu;Yi-Tao Cui.
Nature Communications (2019)
High-activity, single-site mesoporous Pd/Al2O3 catalysts for selective aerobic oxidation of allylic alcohols
Simon F.J. Hackett;Rik M. Brydson;Mhairi H. Gass;Ian Harvey.
Angewandte Chemie (2007)
Investigation of Ni-based alumina-supported catalysts for the oxidative dehydrogenation of ethane to ethylene: structural characterization and reactivity studies
E. Heracleous;A.F. Lee;K. Wilson;A.A. Lemonidou.
Journal of Catalysis (2005)
Li–CaO catalysed tri-glyceride transesterification for biodiesel applications
Robert S. Watkins;Adam F. Lee;Karen Wilson.
Green Chemistry (2004)
Evaluation of the activity and stability of alkali-doped metal oxide catalysts for application to an intensified method of biodiesel production
Claire S. MacLeod;Adam P. Harvey;Adam F. Lee;Karen Wilson.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2008)
Catalysts in Production of Biodiesel: A Review
K. Narasimharao;Adam Fraser Lee;Karen Wilson.
Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy (2007)
Ag Alloyed Pd Single-Atom Catalysts for Efficient Selective Hydrogenation of Acetylene to Ethylene in Excess Ethylene
Guang Xian Pei;Guang Xian Pei;Xiao Yan Liu;Aiqin Wang;Adam F. Lee.
ACS Catalysis (2015)
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