Ronald J. Pugmire mostly deals with Carbon-13, Coal, Analytical chemistry, Mineralogy and Carbon-13 NMR. His Carbon-13 research incorporates themes from Magic angle, Computational chemistry and Organic chemistry, Tautomer. His Magic angle study incorporates themes from Spin–lattice relaxation and Pulse sequence.
His Coal study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Soot and Carbon. Ronald J. Pugmire has researched Analytical chemistry in several fields, including Nitrogen, Sulfur and NMR spectra database. His research in Mineralogy intersects with topics in Char, Bituminous coal and Thermodynamics.
Ronald J. Pugmire mainly focuses on Analytical chemistry, Coal, Carbon-13, Organic chemistry and Carbon-13 NMR. His work deals with themes such as Molecule, Aromaticity, Magic angle, Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance and Carbon, which intersect with Analytical chemistry. Anisotropy is closely connected to Molecular physics in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Magic angle.
The various areas that Ronald J. Pugmire examines in his Coal study include Pyrolysis, Chemical engineering and Mineralogy. His work in Carbon-13 addresses subjects such as Nuclear magnetic resonance, which are connected to disciplines such as Nitrogen. His studies in Char integrate themes in fields like Chemical structure and Tar.
Carbon-13 NMR, Oil shale, Organic chemistry, Coal and Pyrolysis are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Aromaticity, Crystallography, Ab initio, Analytical chemistry and Chemical shift in addition to Carbon-13 NMR. His research integrates issues of Oxygen, 3d model, Sulfur and Nuclear magnetic resonance in his study of Analytical chemistry.
His Oil shale research includes elements of Carbon and Mineralogy. His Coal study is related to the wider topic of Waste management. As a member of one scientific family, Ronald J. Pugmire mostly works in the field of Pyrolysis, focusing on Tar and, on occasion, Green River Formation.
Ronald J. Pugmire mainly investigates Oil shale, Mineralogy, Carbon, Carbon-13 NMR and Hydrocarbon. His work carried out in the field of Oil shale brings together such families of science as Distribution function, Tar and Pyrolysis, Char. His study in Mineralogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Extraction, Aromaticity, Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance, Ab initio and Dichloromethane.
His Carbon study combines topics in areas such as Paleozoic, Sedimentary rock, Coal, Bituminous coal and Inertinite. His Carbon-13 NMR research includes themes of Hydrogen, Organic matter, Oxygen and Analytical chemistry. His Analytical chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Organic chemistry, Sulfur and Nitrogen.
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Carbon-13 solid-state NMR of Argonne-premium coals
Mark S. Solum;Ronald J. Pugmire;David M. Grant.
Energy & Fuels (1989)
Chemical model of coal devolatilization using percolation lattice statistics
David M. Grant;Ronald J. Pugmire;Thomas H. Fletcher;Alan R. Kerstein.
Energy & Fuels (1989)
Chemical percolation model for devolatilization. 3. Direct use of carbon-13 NMR data to predict effects of coal type
Thomas H. Fletcher;Alan R. Kerstein;Ronald J. Pugmire;Mark S. Solum.
Energy & Fuels (1992)
Progress in coal pyrolysis
P.R. Solomon;T.H. Fletcher;R.J. Pugmire.
Direct characterization of kerogen by x-ray and solid-state **13c nuclear magnetic resonance methods
S. R. Kelemen;M. Afeworki;M. L. Gorbaty;M. Sansone.
Energy & Fuels (2007)
Evolution of carbon structure in chemically activated wood
M.S. Solum;R.J. Pugmire;M. Jagtoyen;F. Derbyshire.
Chemical percolation model for devolatilization. 2. Temperature and heating rate effects on product yields
Thomas H. Fletcher;Alan R. Kerstein;Ronald J. Pugmire;David M. Grant.
Energy & Fuels (1990)
Cross polarization and magic angle sample spinning NMR spectra of model organic compounds. 3. Effect of the carbon-13-proton dipolar interaction on cross polarization and carbon-proton dephasing
Lawrence B. Alemany;David M. Grant;Terry D. Alger;Ronald J. Pugmire.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1983)
Carbon-13 magnetic resonance. XXVI. A quantitative determination of the tautomeric populations of certain purines.
Marie T. Chenon;Ronald J. Pugmire;David M. Grant;Raymond P. Panzica.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1975)
Carbon-13 magnetic resonance. X. Six-membered nitrogen heterocycles and their cations
Ronald J. Pugmire;David M. Grant.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1968)
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