Sujin HONG

School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Engineering Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea 
"Sujin HONG"
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Hong S, Sim G, Moon S, et al. (2020) Low-Temperature Regeneration of Amines Integrated with Production of Structure-Controlled Calcium Carbonates for Combined CO2 Capture and Utilization Energy & Fuels. 34: 3532-3539
Ahn Y, Moon S, Koh D, et al. (2020) One-step formation of hydrogen clusters in clathrate hydrates stabilized via natural gas blending Energy Storage Materials. 24: 655-661
Lee Y, Moon S, Hong S, et al. (2020) Observation of distinct structural transformation between sI and sH gas hydrates and their kinetic properties during CO2 capture from N2 + CO2 Chemical Engineering Journal. 389: 123749
Seo D, Moon S, Lee Y, et al. (2020) Investigation of tuning behavior of trimethylene oxide hydrate with guest methane molecule and its critical guest concentration Chemical Engineering Journal. 389: 123582
Hong S, Moon S, Lee Y, et al. (2019) Investigation of thermodynamic and kinetic effects of cyclopentane derivatives on CO2 hydrates for potential application to seawater desalination Chemical Engineering Journal. 363: 99-106
Moon S, Lee Y, Choi S, et al. (2018) Spectroscopic Investigation of Thermochemical Depolymerization of Lignin Model Compounds in the Presence of Novel Liquidlike Nanoparticle Organic Hybrid Solvents for Efficient Biomass Valorization Organic Process Research & Development. 22: 1723-1732
Moon S, Park SO, Ahn Y, et al. (2018) Distinct hydrophobic–hydrophilic dual interactions occurring in the clathrate hydrates of 3,3-dimethyl-1-butanol with help gases Chemical Engineering Journal. 348: 583-591
Moon S, Ahn Y, Kim H, et al. (2017) Secondary gaseous guest-dependent structures of binary neopentyl alcohol hydrates and their tuning behavior for potential application to CO2 capture Chemical Engineering Journal. 330: 890-898
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