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Chemistry D-index 62 Citations 18,999 214 World Ranking 4310 National Ranking 1447

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Organic chemistry
  • Oxygen
  • Carbon dioxide

His main research concerns Aqueous solution, Piperazine, Amine gas treating, Inorganic chemistry and Analytical chemistry. His study in Aqueous solution is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Solvent, Flue gas, Catalysis, Absorption and Potassium carbonate. His Flue gas research integrates issues from Natural gas, Process engineering, Pilot plant and Stripping.

He combines subjects such as Partial pressure, Nuclear chemistry, Carbon dioxide and Solubility with his study of Piperazine. His work carried out in the field of Inorganic chemistry brings together such families of science as Reaction rate constant and Potassium. His research in Analytical chemistry intersects with topics in Desorption and Mass transfer, Chromatography.

His most cited work include:

  • Amine Scrubbing for CO2 Capture (2409 citations)
  • Carbon capture and storage update (1087 citations)
  • Absorption of carbon dioxide into aqueous piperazine: reaction kinetics, mass transfer and solubility (447 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

His scientific interests lie mostly in Aqueous solution, Piperazine, Amine gas treating, Inorganic chemistry and Solvent. His Aqueous solution study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mass transfer, Chromatography, Analytical chemistry, Absorption and Solubility. The various areas that he examines in his Piperazine study include Co2 absorption, Carbon dioxide, Thermal stability and Nuclear chemistry.

His studies in Amine gas treating integrate themes in fields like Volatility, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Chemical engineering and Aerosol. He interconnects Reaction rate constant, Flue-gas desulfurization, Catalysis and Diethanolamine in the investigation of issues within Inorganic chemistry. His work in Solvent covers topics such as Flue gas which are related to areas like Pilot plant, Process engineering, Natural gas and Data scrubbing.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Aqueous solution (39.36%)
  • Piperazine (30.14%)
  • Amine gas treating (25.89%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2014-2021)?

  • Aqueous solution (39.36%)
  • Amine gas treating (25.89%)
  • Piperazine (30.14%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

Gary T. Rochelle mostly deals with Aqueous solution, Amine gas treating, Piperazine, Flue gas and Solvent. His Aqueous solution research includes themes of Inorganic chemistry, Mass transfer, Tertiary amine and Solubility. Amine gas treating is a subfield of Organic chemistry that he explores.

As a member of one scientific family, Gary T. Rochelle mostly works in the field of Piperazine, focusing on Precipitation and, on occasion, Imidazole. His work deals with themes such as Natural gas, Process engineering, Coal and Pilot plant, which intersect with Flue gas. The Solvent study combines topics in areas such as Alkalinity, Stripping and Analytical chemistry.

Between 2014 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Capacity and absorption rate of tertiary and hindered amines blended with piperazine for CO2 capture (38 citations)
  • Approaching a reversible stripping process for CO2 capture (38 citations)
  • CO2 absorption rate in semi-aqueous monoethanolamine (24 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Organic chemistry
  • Oxygen
  • Carbon dioxide

His primary areas of study are Amine gas treating, Solvent, Aqueous solution, Flue gas and Mass transfer. His work deals with themes such as Volatility and Piperazine, which intersect with Amine gas treating. The concepts of his Solvent study are interwoven with issues in Analytical chemistry and Coal.

His Aqueous solution research includes themes of Natural gas, Inorganic chemistry, Sodium carbonate, Reaction rate constant and Solubility. The Flue gas study combines topics in areas such as Turbine, Process engineering and Stripping. His Mass transfer coefficient study in the realm of Mass transfer connects with subjects such as Residence time.

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Best Publications

Amine Scrubbing for CO2 Capture

Gary T. Rochelle.
Science (2009)

4186 Citations

Carbon capture and storage update

Matthew E. Boot-Handford;Juan C. Abanades;Edward J. Anthony;Martin J. Blunt.
Energy and Environmental Science (2014)

1380 Citations

Absorption of carbon dioxide into aqueous piperazine: reaction kinetics, mass transfer and solubility

Sanjay Bishnoi;Gary T. Rochelle.
Chemical Engineering Science (2000)

683 Citations

Model of vapor-liquid equilibria for aqueous acid gas-alkanolamine systems using the electrolyte-NRTL equation

David M. Austgen;Gary T. Rochelle;Xiao Peng;Chau Chyun Chen.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (1989)

571 Citations

Aqueous piperazine as the new standard for CO2 capture technology

Gary T. Rochelle;Eric Chen;Stephanie A. Freeman;David H. Van Wagener.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2011)

422 Citations

Modeling of CO2 capture by aqueous monoethanolamine

Stefano Freguia;Gary T. Rochelle.
Aiche Journal (2003)

401 Citations

Carbon dioxide capture with concentrated, aqueous piperazine

Stephanie A. Freeman;Ross Dugas;David H. Van Wagener;Thu Nguyen.
Energy Procedia (2009)

373 Citations

Alternative stripper configurations for CO2 capture by aqueous amines

Babatunde A. Oyenekan;Gary T. Rochelle.
Aiche Journal (2007)

364 Citations

Model of vapor-liquid equilibria for aqueous acid gas-alkanolamine systems. 2. Representation of H2S and CO2 solubility in aqueous MDEA and CO2 solubility in aqueous mixtures of MDEA with MEA or DEA

David M. Austgen;Gary T. Rochelle;Chau Chyun Chen.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (1991)

337 Citations

Carbon dioxide absorption with aqueous potassium carbonate promoted by piperazine

J. Tim Cullinane;Gary T. Rochelle.
Chemical Engineering Science (2004)

331 Citations

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Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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