Her primary areas of study are Adsorption, Chemical engineering, Nanotechnology, Coal and Carbon. Her Adsorption research incorporates themes from Mercury and Graphene. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Scientific method, Hydrogen, Membrane reactor and Porous medium.
Jennifer Wilcox has included themes like Catalysis, Mesoporous material and Density functional theory in her Nanotechnology study. Jennifer Wilcox combines subjects such as Combustion, Oil shale, Flue gas, Mineralogy and Methane with her study of Coal. Her studies deal with areas such as Carbon dioxide and Natural gas as well as Methane.
Adsorption, Chemical engineering, Inorganic chemistry, Density functional theory and Catalysis are her primary areas of study. Her studies in Adsorption integrate themes in fields like Carbon, Nanotechnology, Mineralogy and Coal. Her Coal research includes elements of Fly ash and Environmental engineering.
Her Chemical engineering research incorporates elements of Hydrogen, Membrane reactor, Membrane, Natural gas and Methane. In her study, Flue gas, Activated carbon, Chlorine and Coal combustion products is inextricably linked to Mercury, which falls within the broad field of Inorganic chemistry. Her Density functional theory study combines topics in areas such as Chemical physics, Nanoparticle, Physical chemistry, Ab initio and Binding energy.
Her main research concerns Waste management, Air capture, Hydrogen, Environmental protection and Process engineering. Jennifer Wilcox has researched Waste management in several fields, including Raw material, Carbonate minerals, Carbonate and Weathering. Her Hydrogen study frequently links to related topics such as Chemical engineering.
Her research integrates issues of Global warming, Carbon dioxide and Co2 storage in her study of Environmental protection. Her Hydrogen embrittlement research also works with subjects such as
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Waste management, Carbon sequestration, Carbon capture and storage, Chlorite and Mineralogy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Carbonation, Carbon, Mineral and Current in addition to Waste management. Her Carbon sequestration research incorporates elements of Co2 storage, Mineralization and Environmental protection.
She combines subjects such as Global warming and Enhanced oil recovery with her study of Carbon capture and storage. Chlorite is integrated with Desorption, Adsorption, Material properties, Mixing and Characterization in her research. Jennifer Wilcox interconnects Total organic carbon and Oil shale in the investigation of issues within Mineralogy.
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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)
Methane leaks from North American natural gas systems
A. R. Brandt;G. A. Heath;E. A. Kort;F. O'Sullivan.
Negative emissions-Part 2 : Costs, potentials and side effects
Sabine Fuss;William F Lamb;Max W Callaghan;Jérôme Hilaire.
Environmental Research Letters (2018)
Molecular simulation of methane adsorption in micro- and mesoporous carbons with applications to coal and gas shale systems
Keith Mosher;Jiajun He;Yangyang Liu;Erik Rupp.
International Journal of Coal Geology (2013)
Economic and energetic analysis of capturing CO2 from ambient air
House Kz;Baclig Ac;Ranjan M;van Nierop Ea.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011)
Negative emissions—Part 1: Research landscape and synthesis
Jan C Minx;William F Lamb;Max W Callaghan;Sabine Fuss.
Environmental Research Letters (2018)
Hierarchical N-Doped Carbon as CO2 Adsorbent with High CO2 Selectivity from Rationally Designed Polypyrrole Precursor.
John W.F. To;Jiajun He;Jianguo Mei;Reza Haghpanah.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2016)
Mechanisms of the Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Defective Graphene-Supported Pt Nanoparticles from First-Principles
Dong-Hee Lim;Jennifer Wilcox.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2012)
Mercury adsorption and oxidation in coal combustion and gasification processes
Jennifer Wilcox;Erik Rupp;Samantha C. Ying;Dong-Hee Lim.
International Journal of Coal Geology (2012)
Mercury capture by native fly ash carbons in coal-fired power plants
James C. Hower;Constance L. Senior;Eric M. Suuberg;Robert H. Hurt.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2010)
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