2013 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
His main research concerns Pulmonary surfactant, Chemical engineering, Micelle, Microemulsion and Chromatography. His Pulmonary surfactant research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Organic chemistry, Adsorption, Aqueous solution, Alkyl and Environmental remediation. The Aqueous solution study combines topics in areas such as Inorganic chemistry, Environmental chemistry and Concentration effect.
He is interested in Carbon nanotube, which is a branch of Chemical engineering. His research integrates issues of Bilayer, Infrared spectroscopy, Polymer chemistry and Styrene in his study of Micelle. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Microemulsion, concentrating on Surface tension and intersecting with Work, Phase transition and Wetting.
His primary scientific interests are in Pulmonary surfactant, Chemical engineering, Microemulsion, Adsorption and Inorganic chemistry. His Pulmonary surfactant research integrates issues from Organic chemistry, Micelle, Aqueous solution, Chromatography and Environmental remediation. His work carried out in the field of Environmental remediation brings together such families of science as Environmental engineering, Aquifer, Groundwater and Sorption.
His Chemical engineering study deals with Brine intersecting with Total dissolved solids. He studied Microemulsion and Phase that intersect with Coacervate. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sodium dodecyl sulfate, Oxide, Sulfonate, Precipitation and Cationic polymerization in addition to Inorganic chemistry.
Jeffrey H. Harwell mainly investigates Chemical engineering, Pulmonary surfactant, Microemulsion, Environmental chemistry and Enhanced oil recovery. His Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Surface tension, Porous medium and Oil field. His Pulmonary surfactant research incorporates themes from Polyethylene glycol and Phase.
His studies deal with areas such as Sulfoxide, Organic chemistry, Viscoelasticity and Nonionic surfactant as well as Microemulsion. Jeffrey H. Harwell combines subjects such as Soil water, Particulates, Biodegradation and Chemical composition with his study of Environmental chemistry. His study in Enhanced oil recovery is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Oil shale, Reaction rate, Ammonia volatilization from urea, Alkalinity and Mineralogy.
Jeffrey H. Harwell mostly deals with Chemical engineering, Pulmonary surfactant, Brine, Enhanced oil recovery and Oil field. He interconnects Sulfate, Viscosity and Viscoelasticity in the investigation of issues within Chemical engineering. His Pulmonary surfactant study focuses on Microemulsion in particular.
The concepts of his Microemulsion study are interwoven with issues in Total dissolved solids and Phase. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Brine, Carbon dioxide, In situ, Divalent, Pulp and paper industry and Volumetric flow rate is strongly linked to Urea. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Critical micelle concentration, Specific surface area, Surface tension and Ammonia volatilization from urea.
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Controlled production of single-wall carbon nanotubes by catalytic decomposition of CO on bimetallic Co–Mo catalysts
B. Kitiyanan;W.E. Alvarez;J.H. Harwell;D.E. Resasco.
Chemical Physics Letters (2000)
Dispersion of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Aqueous Solutions of the Anionic Surfactant NaDDBS
Olga Matarredona;Heather Rhoads;Zhongrui Li;Jeffrey H. Harwell.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2003)
Surfactants and subsurface remediation
Candida C. West;Jeffrey H. Harwell.
Environmental Science & Technology (1992)
Surfactant selection for enhancing ex situ soil washing
S. Deshpande;B.J. Shiau;D. Wade;D.A. Sabatini.
Water Research (1999)
Influence of surfactants on microbial degradation of organic compounds
Joseph D. Rouse;David A. Sabatini;Joseph M. Suflita;Jeffrey H. Harwell.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (1994)
Pseudophase separation model for surfactant adsorption: isomerically pure surfactants
Jeffrey H. Harwell;Josiah C. Hoskins;Robert S. Schechter;William H. Wade.
Enhancing solubilization in microemulsions—State of the art and current trends
Jean-Louis Salager;Raquel E. Antón;David A. Sabatini;Jeffrey H. Harwell.
Journal of Surfactants and Detergents (2005)
Two-dimensional reaction solvents: surfactant bilayers in the formation of ultrathin films
Jengyue. Wu;Jeffrey H. Harwell;Edgar A. O'Rear.
Minimizing surfactant losses using twin-head anionic surfactants in subsurface remediation
Joseph D Rouse;David A Sabatini;Jeffrey H Harwell.
Environmental Science & Technology (1993)
On the structure of aggregates of adsorbed surfactants: the surface charge density at the hemimicelle/admicelle transition
Mark A. Yeskie;Jeffrey H. Harwell.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1988)
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