2010 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For the design and analysis of in situ spectroscopic studies of materials and electrochemical processes
2009 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Jeffrey A. Reimer focuses on Inorganic chemistry, Catalysis, Metal-organic framework, Adsorption and Infrared spectroscopy. His Catalysis research integrates issues from Desorption, Stoichiometry and Molybdenum. The concepts of his Metal-organic framework study are interwoven with issues in Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Nanotechnology and Carbon-13 NMR.
The Adsorption study combines topics in areas such as Process engineering, Chemical engineering, Flue gas and Amine gas treating. Jeffrey A. Reimer has included themes like Amorphous solid and Nuclear magnetic resonance in his Chemical engineering study. His Ammonium carbamate research focuses on Yield and how it relates to Aqueous solution.
Jeffrey A. Reimer spends much of his time researching Analytical chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Adsorption, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Chemical engineering. His work focuses on many connections between Analytical chemistry and other disciplines, such as Hydrogen, that overlap with his field of interest in Silicon. His Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Carbon monoxide, Catalysis, Lithium, Electrochemistry and ZSM-5.
He is interested in Metal-organic framework, which is a branch of Adsorption. Jeffrey A. Reimer focuses mostly in the field of Metal-organic framework, narrowing it down to topics relating to Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and, in certain cases, Cluster. While the research belongs to areas of Chemical engineering, Jeffrey A. Reimer spends his time largely on the problem of Amorphous solid, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Amorphous carbon.
Jeffrey A. Reimer mainly focuses on Adsorption, Metal-organic framework, Diamond, Hyperpolarization and Spin. The various areas that he examines in his Adsorption study include Inorganic chemistry, NMR spectra database, Metal and Nanoporous, Chemical engineering. He combines subjects such as Polymer, Oxygen and Porous medium with his study of Inorganic chemistry.
His studies deal with areas such as Molecular dynamics, Flue gas, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Ammonium carbamate and Density functional theory as well as Metal-organic framework. His Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Amine gas treating. His Diamond study also includes
Jeffrey A. Reimer spends much of his time researching Metal-organic framework, Adsorption, Porosity, Covalent bond and Molecule. His work carried out in the field of Metal-organic framework brings together such families of science as Natural gas, Flue gas, Flue, Partial pressure and Ammonium carbamate. Jeffrey A. Reimer has researched Adsorption in several fields, including Chemical engineering and Coal.
His research integrates issues of Inorganic chemistry, Ring, Transmission electron microscopy, Metal and Aqueous solution in his study of Porosity. His Inorganic chemistry research focuses on subjects like Saturation, which are linked to Hydrogen bond. His Molecule research incorporates elements of Catalysis, Polymer chemistry, Porous medium and Zirconium.
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Carbon capture and storage (CCS): the way forward
Mai Bui;Claire S. Adjiman;André Bardow;Edward J. Anthony.
Energy and Environmental Science (2018)
Cooperative insertion of CO2 in diamine-appended metal-organic frameworks
Thomas M. McDonald;Jarad A. Mason;Xueqian Kong;Eric D. Bloch.
Investigations of the State of Fe in H–ZSM-5
Lisa J. Lobree;In-Chul Hwang;Jeffrey A. Reimer;Alexis T. Bell.
Journal of Catalysis (1999)
Mapping of Functional Groups in Metal-Organic Frameworks
Xueqian Kong;Xueqian Kong;Hexiang Deng;Hexiang Deng;Fangyong Yan;Fangyong Yan;Jihan Kim.
Metal-organic frameworks with precisely designed interior for carbon dioxide capture in the presence of water
Alejandro M. Fracaroli;Hiroyasu Furukawa;Mitsuharu Suzuki;Matthew Dodd.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014)
ELECTRON PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDIES OF COPPER ION-EXCHANGED ZSM-5
Sarah C. Larsen;Adam Aylor;Alexis T. Bell;Jeffrey A. Reimer.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1994)
Structure and Density of Mo and Acid Sites in Mo-Exchanged H-ZSM5 Catalysts for Nonoxidative Methane Conversion
Richard W. Borry;Young Ho Kim;Anne Huffsmith;Jeffrey A. Reimer.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (1999)
Catalysis over molybdenum carbides and nitrides: II. Studies of CO hydrogenation and C2H6 hydrogenolysis
G.S. Ranhotra;A.T. Bell;J.A. Reimer.
Journal of Catalysis (1987)
Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectra of Plasma-Deposited Amorphous Si: H Films
J. A. Reimer;R. W. Vaughan;J. C. Knights.
Physical Review Letters (1980)
The Chemistry of CO2 Capture in an Amine-Functionalized Metal–Organic Framework under Dry and Humid Conditions
Robinson W. Flaig;Thomas M. Osborn Popp;Thomas M. Osborn Popp;Alejandro M. Fracaroli;Alejandro M. Fracaroli;Eugene A. Kapustin.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2017)
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