2012 - Fellow of the American Chemical Society
2003 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1992 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1987 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For leadership in the engineering of high performance polymers, and for basic investigations into the mechanism of their formation.
As part of his inquiry into Biofouling and Nanofiltration, James Economy is doing Membrane research. His research on Nanofiltration frequently links to adjacent areas such as Membrane. By researching both Organic chemistry and Environmental chemistry, James Economy produces research that crosses academic boundaries. James Economy undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Environmental chemistry and Organic chemistry in his work. His work blends Composite material and Aluminium studies together. His work blends Aluminium and Composite material studies together. He performs integrative study on Polymer and Polymer chemistry. James Economy merges Polymer chemistry with Polymer in his research. James Economy performs multidisciplinary study in Adsorption and Activated carbon in his work.
His work in the fields of Biochemistry overlaps with other areas such as Polymer chemistry. James Economy regularly links together related areas like Membrane in his Biochemistry studies. James Economy performs integrative study on Polymer chemistry and Polymer. Organic chemistry and Thermal stability are frequently intertwined in his study. His Composite material study frequently involves adjacent topics like Carbon fibers. Carbon fibers and Composite number are frequently intertwined in his study. In most of his Composite number studies, his work intersects topics such as Composite material. James Economy connects Crystallography with Crystal structure in his research. James Economy performs integrative Crystal structure and Crystallography research in his work.
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Surface chemistry, pore sizes and adsorption properties of activated carbon fibers and precursors treated with ammonia
Christian L Mangun;Kelly R Benak;James Economy;Kenneth L Foster.
Synthesis and structure of the p-hydroxybenzoic acid polymer
James Economy;R. S. Storm;V. I. Matkovich;S. G. Cottis.
Journal of Polymer Science Part A (1976)
Adsorption characteristics of trace volatile organic compounds in gas streams onto activated carbon fibers
K. L. Foster;R. G. Fuerman;J. Economy;S. M. Larson.
Chemistry of Materials (1992)
Oxidative and hydrolytic stability of boron nitride — A new approach to improving the oxidation resistance of carbonaceous structures
Cameron G. Cofer;James Economy.
Adsorption of sulfur dioxide on ammonia-treated activated carbon fibers
C.L. Mangun;J.A. DeBarr;J. Economy.
Using polyelectrolyte coatings to improve fouling resistance of a positively charged nanofiltration membrane
Chaoyi Ba;David A. Ladner;James Economy.
Journal of Membrane Science (2010)
Oxidation of Activated Carbon Fibers: Effect on Pore Size, Surface Chemistry, and Adsorption Properties
Christian L. Mangun;Kelly R. Benak;and Michael A. Daley;James Economy.
Chemistry of Materials (1999)
Adsorption of SO2 onto oxidized and heat-treated activated carbon fibers (ACFs)
M.A. Daley;C.L. Mangun;J.A. DeBarrb;S. Riha.
Preparation of fibrous porous materials by chemical activation
Zhongren Yue;Christian L Mangun;James Economy.
Preparation of fibrous porous materials by chemical activation 2. H3PO4 activation of polymer coated fibers
Zhongren Yue;James Economy;Christian L. Mangun.
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