Andrew E. Pomerantz, Ph.D. - Publications

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
laser chemistry

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Year Citation  Score
2018 Burnham AK, Pomerantz AE, Gelin F. Oil, Bitumen, and Other Confusing Concepts: What Do Lab Experiments Really Tell Us? Aapg Bulletin. 102: 653-669. DOI: 10.1306/11291616062  0.333
2018 Peters KE, Hackley PC, Thomas JJ, Pomerantz AE. Suppression of vitrinite reflectance by bitumen generated from liptinite during hydrous pyrolysis of artificial source rock Organic Geochemistry. 125: 220-228. DOI: 10.1016/J.Orggeochem.2018.09.010  0.315
2017 Schuler B, Fatayer S, Meyer G, Rogel E, Moir M, Zhang Y, Harper MR, Pomerantz AE, Bake KD, Witt M, Peña D, Kushnerick JD, Mullins OC, Ovalles C, Berg FGAvd, et al. Heavy Oil Based Mixtures of Different Origins and Treatments Studied by Atomic Force Microscopy Energy & Fuels. 31: 6856-6861. DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Energyfuels.7B00805  0.305
2016 Rogel E, Ovalles C, Bake KD, Zuo JY, Dumont H, Pomerantz AE, Mullins OC. Asphaltene Densities and Solubility Parameter Distributions: Impact on Asphaltene Gradients Energy & Fuels. 30: 9132-9140. DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Energyfuels.6B01794  0.319
2016 Pomerantz AE, Le Doan TV, Craddock PR, Bake KD, Kleinberg RL, Burnham AK, Wu Q, Zare RN, Brodnik G, Lo WCH, Grayson M, Mitra-Kirtley S, Bolin TB, Wu T. Impact of Laboratory-Induced Thermal Maturity on Asphaltene Molecular Structure Energy and Fuels. 30: 7025-7036. DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Energyfuels.6B01238  0.443
2016 Majumdar RD, Bake KD, Ratna Y, Pomerantz AE, Mullins OC, Gerken M, Hazendonk P. Single-Core PAHs in Petroleum- and Coal-Derived Asphaltenes: Size and Distribution from Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy and Optical Absorption Measurements Energy & Fuels. 30: 6892-6906. DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Energyfuels.5B02815  0.303
2015 Craddock PR, Le Doan TV, Bake K, Polyakov M, Charsky AM, Pomerantz AE. Evolution of kerogen and bitumen during thermal maturation via semi-open pyrolysis investigated by infrared spectroscopy Energy and Fuels. 29: 2197-2210. DOI: 10.1021/Ef5027532  0.3
2015 Pomerantz AE, Wu Q, Mullins OC, Zare RN. Laser-based mass spectrometric assessment of asphaltene molecular weight, molecular architecture, and nanoaggregate number Energy and Fuels. 29: 2833-2842. DOI: 10.1021/Ef5020764  0.422
2015 Forsythe JC, Pomerantz AE, Seifert DJ, Wang K, Chen Y, Zuo JY, Nelson RK, Reddy CM, Schimmelmann A, Sauer P, Peters KE, Mullins OC. A Geological Model for the Origin of Fluid Compositional Gradients in a Large Saudi Arabian Oilfield: An Investigation by Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography (GC × GC) and Asphaltene Chemistry Energy and Fuels. 29: 5666-5680. DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Energyfuels.5B01192  0.314
2015 Rane JP, Zarkar S, Pauchard V, Mullins OC, Christie D, Andrews AB, Pomerantz AE, Banerjee S. Applicability of the Langmuir Equation of state for asphaltene adsorption at the oil-water interface: Coal-derived, petroleum, and synthetic asphaltenes Energy and Fuels. 29: 3584-3590. DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Energyfuels.5B00179  0.302
2014 Wu Q, Seifert DJ, Pomerantz AE, Mullins OC, Zare RN. Constant asphaltene molecular and nanoaggregate mass in a gravitationally segregated reservoir Energy and Fuels. 28: 3010-3015. DOI: 10.1021/Ef500281S  0.427
2014 Wu Q, Pomerantz AE, Mullins OC, Zare RN. Laser-based mass spectrometric determination of aggregation numbers for petroleum- and coal-derived asphaltenes Energy and Fuels. 28: 475-482. DOI: 10.1021/Ef401958N  0.408
2013 Wu Q, Pomerantz AE, Mullins OC, Zare RN. Minimization of fragmentation and aggregation by laser desorption laser ionization mass spectrometry. Journal of the American Society For Mass Spectrometry. 24: 1116-22. PMID 23633019 DOI: 10.1007/S13361-013-0636-7  0.423
2013 Feng Y, Le Doan TV, Pomerantz AE. The chemical composition of bitumen in pyrolyzed green river oil shale: Characterization by 13C NMR spectroscopy Energy and Fuels. 27: 7314-7323. DOI: 10.1021/Ef4016685  0.303
2012 Sabbah H, Pomerantz AE, Wagner M, Müllen K, Zare RN. Laser desorption single-photon ionization of asphaltenes: Mass range, compound sensitivity, and matrix effects Energy and Fuels. 26: 3521-3526. DOI: 10.1021/Ef3002313  0.422
2012 Mullins OC, Sabbah H, Eyssautier J, Pomerantz AE, Barré L, Andrews AB, Ruiz-Morales Y, Mostowfi F, McFarlane R, Goual L, Lepkowicz R, Cooper T, Orbulescu J, Leblanc RM, Edwards J, et al. Advances in asphaltene science and the Yen-Mullins model Energy and Fuels. 26: 3986-4003. DOI: 10.1021/Ef300185P  0.428
2011 Andrews AB, Edwards JC, Pomerantz AE, Mullins OC, Nordlund D, Norinaga K. Comparison of coal-derived and petroleum asphaltenes by 13C nuclear magnetic resonance, DEPT, and XRS Energy and Fuels. 25: 3068-3076. DOI: 10.1021/Ef2003443  0.312
2011 Sabbah H, Morrow AL, Pomerantz AE, Zare RN. Evidence for island structures as the dominant architecture of asphaltenes Energy and Fuels. 25: 1597-1604. DOI: 10.1021/Ef101522W  0.428
2010 Sabbah H, Morrow AL, Pomerantz AE, Mullins OC, Tan X, Gray MR, Azyat K, Tykwinski RR, Zare RN. Comparing laser desorption/Laser ionization mass spectra of asphaltenes and model compounds Energy and Fuels. 24: 3589-3594. DOI: 10.1021/Ef100402G  0.416
2010 Pomerantz AE, Ventura GT, McKenna AM, Cañas JA, Auman J, Koerner K, Curry D, Nelson RK, Reddy CM, Rodgers RP, Marshall AG, Peters KE, Mullins OC. Combining biomarker and bulk compositional gradient analysis to assess reservoir connectivity Organic Geochemistry. 41: 812-821. DOI: 10.1016/J.Orggeochem.2010.05.003  0.309
2010 Pomerantz AE, Mullins OC, Gray MR, Zare RN. Characterization of asphaltenes and petroleum by mass spectrometry Acs National Meeting Book of Abstracts 0.307
2009 Pomerantz AE, Hammond MR, Morrow AL, Mullins OC, Zare RN. Asphaltene molecular-mass distribution determined by two-step laser mass spectrometry Energy and Fuels. 23: 1162-1168. DOI: 10.1021/Ef8006239  0.429
2008 Pomerantz AE, Hammond MR, Morrow AL, Mullins OC, Zare RN. Two-step laser mass spectrometry of asphaltenes. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 130: 7216-7. PMID 18484722 DOI: 10.1021/Ja801927V  0.465
2007 Goldberg NT, Koszinowski K, Pomerantz AE, Zare RN. Doppler-free ion imaging of hydrogen molecules produced in bimolecular reactions Chemical Physics Letters. 433: 439-443. DOI: 10.1016/J.Cplett.2006.11.073  0.773
2006 Koszinowski K, Goldberg NT, Pomerantz AE, Zare RN. Construction and calibration of an instrument for three-dimensional ion imaging. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 125: 133503. PMID 17029486 DOI: 10.1063/1.2217742  0.759
2005 Pomerantz AE, Camden JP, Chiou AS, Ausfelder F, Chawla N, Hase WL, Zare RN. Reaction products with internal energy beyond the kinematic limit result from trajectories far from the minimum energy path: an example from H + HBr --> H2 + Br. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 127: 16368-9. PMID 16305203 DOI: 10.1021/Ja055440A  0.686
2005 Koszinowski K, Goldberg NT, Pomerantz AE, Zare RN, Juanes-Marcos JC, Althorpe SC. Collision-energy dependence of HD(nu'=1,j') product rotational distributions for the H + D2 reaction. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 123: 054306. PMID 16108638 DOI: 10.1063/1.1978871  0.774
2004 Pomerantz AE, Ausfelder F, Zare RN, Juanes-Marcos JC, Althorpe SC, Sáez Rábanos V, Aoiz FJ, Bañares L, Castillo JF. Rovibrational product state distribution for inelastic H+D2 collisions. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 121: 6587-90. PMID 15473712 DOI: 10.1063/1.1804940  0.576
2004 Ausfelder F, Pomerantz AE, Zare RN, Althorpe SC, Aoiz FJ, Banares L, Castillo JF. Collision energy dependence of the HD(nu' = 2) product rotational distribution of the H + D2 reaction in the range 1.30-1.89 eV. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 120: 3255-64. PMID 15268479 DOI: 10.1063/1.1641009  0.556
2004 Pomerantz AE, Ausfelder F, Zare RN, Althorpe SC, Aoiz FJ, Banares L, Castillo JF. Disagreement between theory and experiment in the simplest chemical reaction: collision energy dependent rotational distributions for H + D2 --> HD(nu' = 3,j') + D. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 120: 3244-54. PMID 15268478 DOI: 10.1063/1.1641008  0.569
2004 Pomerantz AE, Ausfelder F, Zare RN, Huo WM. Line strength factors for E,F1Σg +(v′ = 0, J′ = J″) - X1Σ g +(v″, J″) (2 + 1) REMPI transitions in molecular hydrogen Canadian Journal of Chemistry. 82: 723-729. DOI: 10.1139/V04-074  0.459
2004 Camden JP, Bechtel HA, Brown DJA, Pomerantz AE, Zare RN, Le Roy RJ. Probing excited electronic states using vibrationally mediated photolysis: Application to hydrogen iodide Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 108: 7806-7813. DOI: 10.1021/Jp049051Z  0.714
2003 Ayers JD, Pomerantz AE, Fernández-Alonso F, Ausfelder F, Bean BD, Zare RN. Measurement of the cross section for H+D2 → HD(v′ = 3,j′ = 0) + D as a function of angle and energy Journal of Chemical Physics. 119: 4662-4670. DOI: 10.1063/1.1595092  0.766
2003 Pomerantz AE, Zare RN. Doppler-free multi-photon ionization: A proposal for enhancing ion images Chemical Physics Letters. 370: 515-521. DOI: 10.1016/S0009-2614(03)00158-1  0.5
2002 Althorpe SC, Fernández-Alonso F, Bean BD, Ayers JD, Pomerantz AE, Zare RN, Wrede E. Observation and interpretation of a time-delayed mechanism in the hydrogen exchange reaction. Nature. 416: 67-70. PMID 11882892 DOI: 10.1038/416067A  0.756
2000 Fernández-Alonso F, Bean BD, Ayers JD, Pomerantz AE, Zare RN, Bañares L, Aoiz FJ. Evidence for Scattering Resonances in the H+D(2) Reaction We thank Donald G. Truhlar, Patrick Brown, Zee Hwan Kim, and Stephen Cho for careful and critical reading of the manuscript prior to publication. We also thank Andrew J. Alexander for his assistance in the preparation of the polar plots. Elf-Atochem (B.D.B.), the Hertz Foundation and Stanford University (J.D.A.), and the National Science Foundation (A.E.P.) are gratefully acknowledged for their support in the form of Graduate Fellowships. This work was supported at Stanford University by the U.S. National Science Foundation under Grant Number CHE-99-00305 and at Universidad Complutense by DGCYT PB98-0762-C03-01. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 39: 2748-2752. PMID 10934414 DOI: 10.1002/1521-3773(20000804)39:15<2748::Aid-Anie2748>3.0.Co;2-8  0.732
2000 Fernández-Alonso F, Bean B, Ayers J, Pomerantz A, Zare R, Bañares L, Aoiz F. Hinweise für Streuresonanzen in der Reaktion H+D2 Angewandte Chemie. 112: 2860-2864. DOI: 10.1002/1521-3757(20000804)112:15<2860::Aid-Ange2860>3.0.Co;2-5  0.755
2000 Fernández-Alonso F, Bean BD, Ayers JD, Pomerantz AE, Zare RN. New scheme for measuring the angular momentum spatial anisotropy of vibrationally excited H2 via the I 1IIg state Zeitschrift Fur Physikalische Chemie. 214: 1167-1186.  0.754
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