John W. Larsen, Ph.D.

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Chemistry Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, United States 
Area:
Physical Organic
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http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/dissertations/AAI6710220/

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Richard A. Sneen grad student 1967 Purdue
 (Studies of Ion-Pair Intermediates in Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions)
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Larsen JW, Flores CI. (2008) Kerogen chemistry 5. Anhydride formation in, solvent swelling of, and loss of organics on demineralization of Kimmeridge shales Fuel Processing Technology. 89: 314-321
Goodman AL, Favors RN, Larsen JW. (2006) Argonne coal structure rearrangement caused by sorption of CO2 Energy and Fuels. 20: 2537-2543
Larsen JW, Ashida R, Painter P, et al. (2006) Kerogen chemistry 9. Removal of kerogen radicals and their role in kerogen anhydride decomposition Energy and Fuels. 20: 1220-1226
Romanov VN, Goodman AL, Larsen JW. (2006) Errors in CO2 adsorption measurements caused by coal swelling Energy and Fuels. 20: 415-416
Larsen JW, Hu J. (2006) Kerogen chemistry. 8. Hydrous pyrolysis of rundle kerogen: Source of the oxygen in CO2 and mineral catalysis Energy and Fuels. 20: 278-280
Larsen JW, Lee D. (2006) Steric effects on diffusion into bituminous coals Energy and Fuels. 20: 257-261
Escallon MM, Griffith JM, Larsen JW, et al. (2006) Solubility prediction of coals in some petroleum streams via solubility parameters calculation of LCO and DO for the production of the JP-900 Acs National Meeting Book of Abstracts. 232
Larsen JW, Ashida R, Doetschman DC. (2005) Kerogen chemistry 6. Involvement of native free radicals in kerogen thermal deoxygenation Energy and Fuels. 19: 2216-2217
Ashida R, Painter P, Larsen JW. (2005) Kerogen chemistry 4. Thermal decarboxylation of kerogens Energy and Fuels. 19: 1954-1961
Goodman AL, Favors RN, Hill MM, et al. (2005) Structure changes in Pittsburgh no. 8 coal caused by sorption of CO2 gas Energy and Fuels. 19: 1759-1760
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