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Murray R. Gray

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2004-2014 Chemical and Materials Engineering University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
Area:
properties of heavy oil and bitumen materials
Website:
https://www.ualberta.ca/chemical-materials-engineering/faculty-and-staff-new/professors-emeriti/murray-gray
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"Murray Ross Gray"
Bio:

Gray, Murray Ross The Effects of Moisture and Ash Content on the Pyrolysis of a Wood Derived Material. Dissertation (Ph.D.), California Institute of Technology (1984).

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Richard C. Flagan grad student 1984 Caltech
 (The Effects of Moisture and Ash Content on the Pyrolysis of a Wood Derived Material.)
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Rueda-Velásquez RI, Gray MR. (2017) A viscosity-conversion model for thermal cracking of heavy oils Fuel. 197: 82-90
Zhao J, Liu Q, Gray MR. (2016) Characterization of Fine Solids in Athabasca Bitumen Froth before and after Hydrothermal Treatment Energy and Fuels. 30: 1965-1971
Chen Q, Stricek I, Cao M, et al. (2016) Influence of hydrothermal treatment on filterability of fine solids in bitumen froth Fuel. 180: 314-323
Nhieu P, Liu Q, Gray MR. (2016) Role of water and fine solids in onset of coke formation during bitumen cracking Fuel. 166: 152-156
Wang S, Liu Q, Tan X, et al. (2016) Adsorption of asphaltenes on kaolinite as an irreversible process Colloids and Surfaces a: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. 504: 280-286
Nikakhtari H, Pal K, Wolf S, et al. (2016) Solvent removal from cyclohexane-extracted oil sands gangue Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering. 94: 408-414
Tan X, Vagi L, Liu Q, et al. (2016) Sorption equilibrium and kinetics for cyclohexane, toluene, and water on Athabasca oil sands solids Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering. 94: 220-230
Schulze M, Scott DE, Scherer A, et al. (2015) Steroid-Derived Naphthoquinoline Asphaltene Model Compounds: Hydriodic Acid Is the Active Catalyst in I2-Promoted Multicomponent Cyclocondensation Reactions. Organic Letters
Diner C, Scott DE, Tykwinski RR, et al. (2015) Scalable, chromatography-free synthesis of alkyl-tethered pyrene-based materials. Application to first-generation "archipelago model" asphaltene compounds. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 80: 1719-26
Pal K, Nogueira Branco LDP, Heintz A, et al. (2015) Performance of solvent mixtures for non-aqueous extraction of Alberta oil sands Energy and Fuels. 29: 2261-2267
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