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Patents and Publication by MATRIC Staff

MATRIC is fortunate to have highly experienced scientists and engineers as staff members. As an indication of this experience, below is a partial list of issued US patents and publications by MATRIC staff, not including patents assigned to clients resulting from MATRIC project work.

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United States Patents

B. Fingland and M. C. Bradford, “System and Method for Treating Ambient Air,” US 10,618,002.

M. C. Bradford, M. M. Debusk and B. L. Bischoff, “Water Separation Device for Engine Exhaust Gas,” US 10,561,989.

Y. Sun, M. C. Bradford and A. J. Kotrba, “System for neutralizing the pH of exhaust condensate,” US 10,501,337.

M. C. Bradford, “System Including Oxygen Separation Device,” US 10,458,373.

M. Devito, R. Floyd, A. Koktrba, P. R. Ettireddy, M. C. Bradford, B .Fingland, J. W. DeGeorge, P. Kreutziger, M. Kluck, M. Flockert, M. Hund, E. Hein, “Exhaust Aftertreatment System with Ammonia Gas Generator,” US 10,458,302.

T. M. Harris, B. Fingland, M. C. Bradford, A. J. Kotrba, “Apparatus and Method of Producing Insulation Preform with Graded Porosity,” US 10,450,937.

M. C. Bradford, “Method for Urea Conversion Efficiency Measurement,” US 10,400,647.

M. C. Bradford, “Water Separation Device for Engine Exhaust Gas,” US 10,337,370.

M. C. Bradford, Y. Sun, “System for Removing Water and Particulates from Engine Exhaust,” US 10,258,917.

M. C .Bradford, “Exhaust Aftertreatment System having Membrane Module for Water Removal,” US 10,054,022.

A. J. Kotrba, P. R. Ettireddy, M. Golin, M. C. Bradford, B. Fingland, “Exhaust After-Treatment System Including Ammonia and Hydrogen Generation,” US 10,036,291.

P. R. Ettireddy, B. Fingland, A. J. Kotrba, J. W. DeGeorge, M. C. Bradford, “Exhaust Aftertreatment System with Ammonia Gas Generator,” US 9,702,291.

M. M. Akhtar, S. Schaevitz, M. C. Bradford, Z. Byars, J. C. Tucker, “High Temperature Substrate Attachment Glass,” US 9,415,569.

S. Schaevitz, A. B. Kusig, A. P. Ludwiszewski, J. A. Rule, M. C. Bradford, “Fuel Cell System having an Air Quality Sensor Suite,” US 9,147,899.

J. M. van der Berge, G. D. Mohr, K. R. Clem, W. J. Mortier, M. M. Mertens, and M. C. Bradford, “Coated zeolite catalysts and use for hydrocarbon conversion,” US 7,335,295.

J. M. van der Berge, G. D. Mohr, K. R. Clem, W. J. Mortier, M. M. Mertens, M. C. Bradford, “Coated zeolite catalysts and use for hydrocarbon conversion,” US 6,812,181.

G. Proulx, “Preparation of Olefin copolymers of sulfur dioxide or carbon monoxide,” US 6,037,442.

W. C. Hoffman, J. P. Dever, “Use of sodium bisulfite in oxide process to remove formaldehyde,” US 5,440,058.

C. P. Stadlwieser, B. B. Osborne, J. P. Dever, H. E. Andresen, M. L. Hutchison, G. L. Culp, S. R. Osborne, L. L. Zhang, M. Habenschuss, A. Addie, “Process innovation to purify ethylene oxide,” US S 8,845,863.

T. D. Ligon, O. S. Fruchey, C. T. Reeves, F. Ho, R. L. Roundy, W. G. Etzkorn, M. N. A. Jawaid, P. M. Wiegand, “Control of Process for Purification of (Meth)Acrylic Acid using on-line near IR Analysis,” US 10,294,185.

T. D. Ligon, O. S. Fruchey, C. T. Reeves, F. Ho, R. L. Roundy, W. G. Etzkorn, M. N. A. Jawaid, P. M. Wiegand, “Control of Process for Purification of (Meth)Acrylic Acid using on-line near IR Analysis,” US 9,745,244.

O. S. Fruchey, T. A. Maliszewski, J. E. Sawyer, “Acrylic Acid and Acrylic Ester from Lactide”, US 9,573,874.

K. K. Kar, M. D. Cloeter, O. S. Fruchey, R. S. Harner, K. Matyjaszewski, R. Nicolay, J. Mosnáhacek, “Polymerization Inhibitor Composition and Method of Inhibiting Distillable Monomers,” US 9,447,201.

O. S. Fruchey, T. A. Maliszewski, J. E. Sawyer, “Acrylic Acid from Lactide Process,” US 9,290,430.

O. S. Fruchey, T. A. Maliszewski, J. E. Sawyer, “Acrylic Acid from Lactide and Process,” US 9,012,686.

F. Ho, O. S. Fruchey, R. L. Roundy, W. G. Etzkorn, C. T. Reeves, M. Jawaid, E. J. Yang, D. W. Jewell, “Process for Production of Acrylic Acid,” US 8,530,700.

F. Ho, O. S. Fruchey, R. L. Roundy, W. G. Etzkorn, C. T. Reeves, M. Jawaid, E. J. Yang, D. W. Jewell, “Process for Producing Acrylic Acid,” US 8,242,308.

S. Aldrett-Lee, D. E. Allen, O. S. Fruchey, R. L. Roundy, T. Wang, “Metal Surfaces to Inhibit Ethylenically Unsaturated Monomer Polymerization,” US 7,906,679.

S. F. Thames, K. G. Panjnani, O. S. Fruchey, “Latex Compositions Containing Unsaturated esters of Long Chain Alkenols and Applications,” US 6,897,255.

S. F. Thames, K. G.Panjnani, O. S. Fruchey, “Latex Compositions Containing Ethylenically Unsaturated Esters of Fatty Compounds,” US 6,599,972.

O. S. Fruchey, B. D. Burke, H-S. Chiou, M. L. Nichols, “Process to prepare 1-aryl-2-(1-imidazolyl) alkyl ethers and thioethers,” US 6,545,163.

O. S. Fruchey, E. G. Zey, L. O. Wheeler, “Method for Purification of Acetaminophen,” US 6,277,783.

S. F. Thames, K. G.Panjnani, O. S. Fruchey, “Latex Compositions Containing Unsaturated Esters of Fatty Compounds and Applications,” US 6,174,948.

R. Vicari, O. S. Fruchey, K. N. Juneau, S. F. Thames, J. W. Rawlins, “Reactive Hyperbranched Polymers for Powder Coatings,” US 6,114,489.

S. F. Thames, K. G.Panjnani, O. S. Fruchey, “Low VOC and Odorless Latex Compositions,” US 6,001,913.

O. S. Fruchey, E. G. Zey, L. O. Wheeler, “Method of Purification of Acetominophen,” US 5,981,799.

R. Vicari, G. Kvakovszky, O. S. Fruchey, H. J. Metz, “Biphenyl pyrazine compounds,” US 5,464,941.

R. Vicari, G. Kvakovszky, O. S. Fruchey, “Polymer compositions containing substituted biphenyl pyrazines,” US 5,464,923.

R. Vicari, G. Kvakovszky, O. S. Fruchey, “Substituted pyrazines,” US 5,459,266.

J. R. Fritsch, O. S. Fruchey, D. Kuila, G. Kvakovszky, M. A. Murphy, M. T. Sheeha, J.R. Sounik, R. Vicari, “Functionalized tris(hydroxyphenyl) compounds,” US 5,438,142.

J. A. McDonough, A. M. Tafesh, O. S. Fruchey, “Process for preparing substituted and unsubstituted arylalkylamines,” US 5,430,189.

G. Kvakovszky, R. Vicari, O. S. Fruchey, A. M. Tafesh, C. B. Hilton, “Polymer compositions containing substituted pyrazines,” US 5,430,123.

E. G. Zey, O. S. Fruchey, T. H. Shockley, J. S. Trevino, B. F. Wood, D. D. Lindley, “Color control & stability in acetaminophen,” US 5,399,760.

A. M. Tafesh, O. S. Fruchey, C. B. Hilton, “Method for the preparation of arylalkanolamineacylate,” US 5,393,924.

G. Kvakovszky, R. Vicari, O. S. Fruchey, A. M. Tafesh, C. B. Hilton, “Polymer compositions containing substituted pyrazines,” US 5,393,860.

A. M. Tafesh, O.S. Fruchey, C. B. Hilton, “Method for the preparation of arylalkanolmineacylate,” US 5,338,884.

J. A. McDonough, A. M. Tafesh, O, S. Fruchey, “Process for preparing substituted and unsubstituted arylalkylamines,” US 5,319,142.

A. M. Tafesh, O.S. Fruchey, C. B. Hilton, “Method for the preparation of arylalkanolacylamides,” US 5,220,063.

A. M. Tafesh, O.S. Fruchey, C. B. Hilton, “Method for the preparation of arylketoamines,” US 5,198,585.

J. R. Fritch, O. S. Fruchey, T. Horlenko, D. A. Aguilar, C. B. Hilton, P. S. Snyder, W. J. Seeliger, “Production of acetaminophen,” US 5,155,273.

S. F. Thames, K. G.Panjnani, O. S. Fruchey, “Latex Compositions Containing Unsaturated Esters of Fatty Compounds and Applications,” US 6,174,948.

R. Vicari, O. S. Fruchey, K. N. Juneau, S. F. Thames, J. W. Rawlins, “Reactive Hyperbranched Polymers for Powder Coatings,” US 6,114,489.

S. F. Thames, K. G.Panjnani, O. S. Fruchey, “Low VOC and Odorless Latex Compositions,” US 6,001,913.

O. S. Fruchey, E. G. Zey, L. O. Wheeler, “Method of Purification of Acetominophen,” US 5,981,799.

R. Vicari, G. Kvakovszky, O. S. Fruchey, H. J. Metz, “Biphenyl pyrazine compounds,” US 5,464,941.

R. Vicari, G. Kvakovszky, O. S. Fruchey, “Polymer compositions containing substituted biphenyl pyrazines,” US 5,464,923.

R. Vicari, G. Kvakovszky, O. S. Fruchey, “Substituted pyrazines,” US 5,459,266.

J. R. Fritsch, O. S. Fruchey, D. Kuila, G. Kvakovszky, M. A. Murphy, M. T. Sheeha, J.R. Sounik, R. Vicari, “Functionalized tris(hydroxyphenyl) compounds,” US 5,438,142.

J. A. McDonough, A. M. Tafesh, O. S. Fruchey, “Process for preparing substituted and unsubstituted arylalkylamines,” US 5,430,189.

G. Kvakovszky, R. Vicari, O. S. Fruchey, A. M. Tafesh, C. B. Hilton, “Polymer compositions containing substituted pyrazines,” US 5,430,123.

E. G. Zey, O. S. Fruchey, T. H. Shockley, J. S. Trevino, B. F. Wood, D. D. Lindley, “Color control & stability in acetaminophen,” US 5,399,760.

A. M. Tafesh, O. S. Fruchey, C. B. Hilton, “Method for the preparation of arylalkanolamineacylate,” US 5,393,924.

G. Kvakovszky, R. Vicari, O. S. Fruchey, A. M. Tafesh, C. B. Hilton, “Polymer compositions containing substituted pyrazines,” US 5,393,860.

A. M. Tafesh, O.S. Fruchey, C. B. Hilton, “Method for the preparation of arylalkanolmineacylate,” US 5,338,884.

J. A. McDonough, A. M. Tafesh, O, S. Fruchey,”Process for preparing substituted and unsubstituted arylalkylamines,” US 5,319,142.

A. M. Tafesh, O.S. Fruchey, C. B. Hilton, “Method for the preparation of arylalkanolacylamides,” US 5,220,063.

A. M. Tafesh, O.S. Fruchey, C. B. Hilton, “Method for the preparation of arylketoamines,” US 5,198,585.

J. R. Fritch, O. S. Fruchey, T. Horlenko, D. A. Aguilar, C. B. Hilton, P. S. Snyder, W. J. Seeliger, “Production of acetaminophen,” US 5,155,273.

O. S. Fruchey, G. N. Mott, J. R. Durrwachter, “Formation of hydroxyaromatic ketoacetal from a hydroxyaromatic methyl ketone and production of 5-(4’-hydroxyphenyl)hydantoin and D-hydroxyphenylglycine from 4-hydroxyacetophenone,” US 5,120,855.

O. S. Fruchey, “Process for the synthesis of 3-chloro-4-hydroxyacetanilide,” US 4,999,457.

O. S. Fruchey, “Process for preparing 4-hydroxyacetophenone oxime with mother liquor recycles,” US 4,994,613.

O. S. Fruchey, “Method for producing C1 to C5 alkyl nitrites,” US 4,980,496.

O. S. Fruchey, “Novel process to prevent formation of chlorinated by-products in APAP production,” US 4,973,752.

J. R. Fritch, O. S. Fruchey, T. Horlenko, “Production of acetaminophen,” US 4,954,652.

O. S. Fruchey, “Process for producing an aqueous 4-hydroxyacetophenone which is stable at room temperature,” US 4,933,496.

O. S. Fruchey, “Production of alpha-chloro-alpha-oximino-4-hydroxyacetophenone,” US 4,910,338.

O. S. Fruchey, “Novel process to prevent formation of chlorinated by-products in APAP production,” US 4,855,499.

O. S. Fruchey, J. S. Alder, “Hydrolysis of anhydride in the production of C5 to C9 saturated aliphatic monocarboxylic acids,” US 4,529,550.

O. S. Fruchey, “Copper and manganese recovery from C5 to C9 saturated aliphatic monocarboxylic acids,” US 4,500,464.

O. S. Fruchey, “Separation and production of organic saturated monocarboxylic acids,” US 4,487,720.

O. S. Fruchey, E. M. de la Garza, “Copper and manganese oxidation catalyst recovery from aqueous solutions,” US 4,485,047.

O. S. Fruchey, “Production of cupric and manganous alkanoates,” US 4,485,046.

K. G. Moloy, B. D. Dombek, “Process for the preparation of polyvinyl compounds,” US 5,264,606.

T. W. Leung, B. D. Dombek, “Processes for producing carbamates and isocyanates,” US 5,194,660.

T. W. Leung, D. C. Best, B. D. Dombek, “Process for producing carbamates from oximes,” US 5,179,223.

B. D. Dombek, “Catalyst for synthesis of mixtures of methanol and higher alcohols,” US 4,943,551.

T. W. Leung, B. D. Dombek, “Homologation process making higher alcohols,” US 4,935,547.

B. D. Dombek, “Homologation of carbonyloxy containing compounds,” US 4,897,473.

B. D. Dombek, “Process for producing alcohols,” US 4,703,064.

B. D. Dombek, “Production of methyl esters and ethylene glycol esters from reaction of carbon monoxide and hydrogen in presence of ruthenium catalyst,” US 4,592,870.

B. D. Dombek, “Process for the manufacture of alcohols using ruthenium and lanthanide catalysts,” US 4,590,216.

B. D. Dombek, “Process for producing methanol from synthesis gas,” US 4,540,712.

B. D. Dombek, “Continuous process for the manufacture of ethylene glycol,” US 4,434,247.

B.D. Dombek, G. L. O’Connor, “Process for recovering volatile precious metals,” US 4,429,057.

B. D. Dombek, “Production of methyl esters and ethylene glycol esters from reaction of carbon monoxide and hydrogen in presence of ruthenium catalyst”, US 4,323,513.

J. H. Moorhouse, K. J. Cann, M. G. Goode, R. S. Eisinger, “Modified Chromium-Based Catalysts and Polymerizations Processes for Using the Same,” US 9,303,103.

R. S. Eisinger, “Methods for the Removal of Impurities from Polymerization Feed Streams,” US 9,133,081.

R. S. Eisinger, B. S. Holden, T. C. Frank, “Apparatus and Methods for Separating Volatiles from Particulates,” US 9,039,811.

R. S. Eisinger, M. G. Goode, “Systems and Methods for Fabricating Polyolefins,” US 8,981,021.

R. S. Eisinger, D. M. Gaines, “Systems and Methods for Removing Impurities from a Feed Fluid,” US 8,852,541.

K. J. Cann, R. S. Eisinger, M. G. Goode, J. H. Moorhouse, C. R. Mure, S. P. Jaker, M. A. Apecetche, “Blow Molding Polyethylene Resins,” US 8,129,484.

M. G. Goode, M. Pollard, K. J. Cann, R. S. Eisinger, B. J. Kopp, J. H. Moorhouse, “Systems and Methods for Fabricating Polymers,” US 8,101,691.

K. J. Cann, R. S. Eisinger, M. G. Goode, J. H. Moorhouse, C. R. Mure, S. P. Jaker, M. A. Apecetche, “Blow Molding Polyethylene Resins,” US 7,915,357.

M. A. Apecetche, J. Moorhouse, M. G. Goode, R. S. Eisinger, K. J. Cann, “Hindered Polyalicyclic Alkyl Catalysts and Their Use in a Gas-Phase Polymerization Reactor,” US 7,816,296.

M. A. Apecetche, J. Moorhouse, M. G. Goode, R. S. Eisinger, K. J. Cann, “Hindered Polyalicyclic Alkyl Catalysts and Their Use in a Gas-Phase Polymerization Reactor,” US 7,414,099.

R. S. Eisinger, D. P. Zilker, Jr., J. L. Swecker, II, “Feed Purification at Ambient Temperature,” US 6,987,152.

I. D. Burdett, P. P. Cai, R. S. Eisinger, M. G. Goode, F. D. Hussein, M. A. Kinnan, M. E. Muhle, J. L. Swecker, II, “Processes for Transitioning Between Various Polymerization Catalysts,” US 6,858,684.

F. D. Ehrman, M. B. Davis, R. S. Eisinger, M. G. Goode, M. A. Kinnan, “Processes for Transitioning Between Chrome-Based and Mixed Polymerization Catalysts,” US 6,833,417.

F. D. Hussein, R. S. Eisinger, D. P. Zilker, Jr., D. M. Gaines, “Process for Handling Particulate Material at Elevated Pressure,” US 6,540,165.

R. S. Eisinger, F. D. Hussein, D. N. Jones, R. I. Raether, D. M. Rebhan, J. P. Welch, G. H. Williams, “Post-Reactor Process for Treating Polymers Prepared in a Gas Phase Polymerization in the Presence of an Inert Particulate Material,” US 6,214,903.

R. S. Eisinger, K. H. Lee, F. D. Hussein, D. P. Zilker, Jr.,”Process for Conditioning a Gas-Phase Reactor to Produce an Ethylene-Propylene or Ethylene-Propylene-Diene Rubber, US 6,011,128.

R. S. Eisinger, C. S. Hunnisett, F. D. Hussein, K. H. Lee, K. J. Cann, “Process for Controlling Particle Growth During Production of Sticky Polymers,” US 5,616,661.

R. S. Eisinger, F. D. Hussein, D. N. Edwards, K. H. Lee, “Process for Producing Sticky Polymers,” US 5,264,506.

R. S. Eisinger, “Process for Recycling Inert Particulate Materials,” US 5,116,940.

R. S. Eisinger, “Preparation of Ethylene/1-Octene Copolymers of Very Low Density in a Fluidized Bed Reactor,” US 5,106,926.

R. S. Eisinger, K. H. Lee, “Process for Producing Ethylene/1-Octene Copolymers Having Reduced Stickiness,” US 5,100,979.

R. S. Eisinger, M. G. Goode, D. M. Hasenberg, K. H. Lee, “Process for Reducing Sheeting During Polymerization of Alpha-Olefins,” US 5,034,479.

M.A. Natal, M.M. Bhasin, H. Soo, and A. C. Liu, “Alkylene Oxide Catalyst and Use Thereof”, US Patent 10,159,961.

M. A. Nunley, M. M. Bhasin, W. G. Etzkorn, G. E. Keller II, P. H. Wadia, “Methods for Integrated Natural Gas Purifications and Products Produced Therefrom”, US Patent 9,676,695.

M. M. Bhasin, M. K. Brayden, F. Dupiust, F. E. Groenendijk, S. R. Seyedmonir, M.C. Smith, F. W. Vance, “Method for Removal of Mercury from Hydrocarbon Feedstocks”, US 8,382,881.

M. M. Bhasin and S. W. King, “Synthesis of Lower Alkylene Oxides and Lower Alkylene Glycols from Lower Alkanes and/or Alkenes,” US Patent 6,765,101.

R. D. Cantrell, K. D. Campbell, A. Ghenciu, D. A. Minahan, M. M. Bhasin, A. D. Westwood and K. A. Nielsen, “Catalysts for the Oxydative Dehydrogenation of Hydrocarbons”, US Patent 6,576,803.

G. L. Culp, V. J. Stricker, J. R. Nelson, M. M. Bhasin and K. A. Nielsen, “Methods for Manufacturing Olefins from Lower Alkanes by Oxidative Dehydrogenation”, US Patent 6,518,476.

R. D. Cantrell, K. D. Campbell, A. Ghenciu, D. M. Minahan, M. M. Bhasin, A. D. Westwood and K. A. Nielsen, “Catalysts for the Oxydative Dehydrogenation of Hydrocarbons”, US Patent 6,403,523.

M. M. Bhasin and S. W. King, “Process and Catalyst for Synthesizing Aliphatic Cyclic and Aromatic Alkanolamines and Alkyleneamines from Alkanes and/or Alkenes”, US Patent 6,281,387.

M. M. Bhasin, M. S. Jarrell, “Catalysts Comprising Substantially Pure Alpha-Alumina Carrier for Treating Exhaust Gases”, US Patent 5,856,263.

P. Y. Chou, M. M. Bhasin, H. Soo, E. M. Thorsteinson, “Alkylene Oxide Catalysts Having Enhanced Activity and/or Stability”, US Patent 5,504,053

E. M. Thorsteinson, M. M. Bhasin, S. R. Seyedmonir, “Alkylene Oxide Catalysts Containing High Silver Content,” US Patent 5,187,140.

H. Soo, P. Y. Chou, M. M. Bhasin, “Catalyst Composition for Oxidation of Ethylene to Ethylene Oxide,” US Patent 5,102,848.

M. M. Bhasin, “New Catalyst Composition and Process for Oxidation of Ethylene to Ethylene Oxide”, US Patent 5,057,481.

M. M. Bhasin, “Catalyst Composition for Oxidation of Ethylene to Ethylene Oxide”, US Patent 4,908,343.

M. M. Bhasin, D. M. Minahan, S. F. Mitchell, “Alkylene Oxide Catalysts Having Enhanced Activity and/or Efficiency,” US Patent 5,051,395.

M. M. Bhasin, P. C. Ellgen, and C. D. Hendrix, “Catalyst Composition and Process for Oxidation of Ethylene to Ethylene Oxide,” US Patent, 4,916,243.

G. H. Warner, M. M. Bhasin and B. Lieberman, “Process for Preparing a Supported Silver Catalyst,” US Patent 4,455,392.

M. M. Bhasin and G. H. Warner, “Silver Catalyst for the Manufacture of Ethylene Oxide and a Process for Preparing the Catalyst,” U. S. 4,419,276.

M. M. Bhasin and G. L. O’Connor, “Process for Producing Acetic Acid, Ethanol and Acetaldehyde from Synthesis Gas,” US Patent 4,246,186.

M. M. Bhasin, “Process for Producing Ethanol from Synthesis Gas,” US Patent 4,235,801.

P. C. Ellgen and M. M. Bhasin, “Process for Producing Two-Carbon Atom Compounds from Synthesis Gas with Minimal Production of Methanol,” US Patent 4,162,262.

P. C. Ellgen and M. M. Bhasin, “Process for Producing Ethanol, Acetic Acid and/or Acetaldehyde from Synthesis Gas,” US Patent 4,0096,164.

P. C. Ellgen, M. M. Bhasin, “Process for Producing Oxygenated Two-Carbon Compounds,” US Patent 4,014,913,

M. M. Bhasin, “Supported metal catalyst, methods of making same, and processing using same,”, US Patent 4,038,175.

M. M. Bhasin and K. D. Williamson, “Selective Production of Stilbenes and/or Bibenzyls by the Coupling of Toluenes,”, US Patent 3,548,018.

W. J. Kruper, Jr., D. J. Schreck, K. L. Kearns., R.D. Varjian, M. E. Jones, R. M. Campbell, B. D. Hook, J. R. Briggs, J. G. Hippler “Conversion of a multihydroxylated-aliphatic hydrocarbon or ester thereof to a chlorohydrin” US 8,088,957.

R. B. Appell, E. D. Daugs, J. G. Hippler, B. T. Keen, “Procedure for preparing polyethylene glycol compounds”, ES 2,384,979.

J. G. Hippler, A. Thompson, L, Dulatas, L. A. Kapicak, “Conversion of saponifiable lipids into fatty esters”, US 8,569,530.

J. R. Simms, J. M. Kenney, R. S. Landon, J. G. Hippler, ” Process for preparing high molecular weight polymers by polymerizing epoxide monomers”, EP 2,809,703.

A. J. Mehta, D. Tirtwoidjojo, B. D. Hook, J. R. Briggs, J. G. Hippler, “Process and apparatus for producing chlorohydrin”, US 8,541,632.

S. W. King, R. R. Mitford, J. G. Hippler, ” Process for making ethers from alkoxide anions or precursors of alkoxide anions”, US 8,957,256.

E. D. Daugs, R. B. Appell, J. G. Hippler, B. T. Keen “Polyethylene glycol compounds and process for making”, US 7,199,193.

B. Hook, J. R. Briggs, R.M. Campbell, W. J. Kruper, D.J. Schreck, R. D. Varjian, J. G.Hippler, “Process for the conversion of a crude glycerol, crude mixtures of naturally derived multicomponent aliphatic hydrocarbons or esters thereof to a chlorohydrin”, US 7,910,781.

B.C. Ream, J.P. Henry, L.A. Kapicak, “Process for preparing a diester of oxalic acid,” US 4,487,958.

A.G. Abatjoglou, L.A. Kapicak, “Process for preparing tertiary polyphosphine monoxides,” US 4,429,161.

J.E. Deitzler, L.A. Kapicak,”Vapor phase formation of a diester of oxalic acid,” US 4,629,806.

J. W. Crandall, J. E. Deitzler, L. A. Kapicak, F. Poppelsdorf, “Process for the hydrolysis of dialkyl carbonates,” US 4,663,477.

L. A. Kapicak, A. W. Naumann, T. M. Notermann, E. M. Thorsteinson, “Fluorine-containing catalytic system for expoxidation of alkenes,” US 4,994,588.

PUBLICATIONS

J. P. Dever, K. F. George, W. C. Hoffman, H. Soo, “Ethylene Oxide,” Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, 4th ed., Vol. 9, Wiley New York (1994).

M. Bradford and L. Preston, “Marker Ink Impact on Prototype Catalyst Performance,” SAE Technical Paper, 2018-01-5009, 2018.

M. Bradford, “Passive Metal Hydride Module Concept for Enhanced Low-Temperature Catalyst Performance,” SAE Technical Paper 2018-01-5001, 2018.

Y. Sun, M. Fischer, M. Bradford, A. Kotrba, and E. Randolph, “Water Recovery from Gasoline Engine Exhaust for Water Injection,” SAE Technical Paper 2018-01-0369, 2018.

M. C. J. Bradford, M. Te, M. V.K onduru, A. Pollack and D. X. Fuentes, “Alkaline Earth Metal-Based Catalyst and Process for Selective Hydrocarbon Conversion to Acetylene and Carbon Monoxide,” Catalysis Today 123 (2007) 23.

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M. C. J. Bradford, M. Te, M. V. Konduru and D. X. Fuentes, “CH4-CO2-C2H6 Conversion to Aromatics over Mo/SiO2/H-ZSM-5,” Appl. Catal. A: General, 266 (2004) 55.

M. C. J. Bradford, D. X. Fuentes and M. V. Konduru, “Characterization and Application of Cr2O3-ZnO Catalysts for Methanol Synthesis,” Fuel Processing Technology, 83(1-3) (2003) 11.

M. C. J. Bradford, “Isothermal, Non-Oxidative, Two-Step CH4 Conversion over Unsupported and Supported Ru and Pt Catalysts,” Catal. Lett., 66 (2000) 113.

M. C. J. Bradford, “Comment on Two-Step CH4 Homologation: Relevance of the Metal-Carbon Bond Strength,” J. Catal., 189 (2000) 238.

M. Sigl, M. C. J. Bradford, H. Knözinger and M. A .Vannice, “CH4 Reforming with CO2 over Vanadia-Promoted Rh/SiO2 Catalysts,” Topics in Catalysis, 8 (1999) 211.

M. C. J. Bradford and M. A. Vannice, “CO2 reforming of CH4 over supported Ru catalysts,” J. Catal., 183 (1999) 69.

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M. C. J. Bradford, P. E. Fanning and M. A. Vannice, “Kinetics of NH3 decomposition over Well-Dispersed Ru,” J. Catal., 172 (1997) 479. Erratum: J. Catal., 175 (1998) 138.

M. C. J. Bradford and M. A. Vannice, “Methane reforming with carbon dioxide over nickel catalysts. I. Characterization and activity,” Appl. Catal. A: Gen., 142 (1996) 73.

M. C. J. Bradford and M. A. Vannice, “Methane reforming with carbon dioxide over nickel catalysts. II. Reaction kinetics,” Appl. Catal. A: Gen., 142 (1996) 97.

M. C. J. Bradford and M. A. Vannice, “Estimation of CO Heats of Adsorption on Metal Surfaces from Vibrational Spectra,” Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 35 (1996) 3171-3178.

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M. C. Bradford, J. Phillips, and M. Klanchar, “A novel high temperature Calvet-type calorimeter for investigating metal-water reactions,” Rev. Sci. Instr., 66 (1995) 173.

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B. D. Dombek, “On the Importance of Catalyst Oxidation State in Homogeneous Syngas Conversion,” Comments on Inorganic Chemistry, Volume 4, 1985 – Issue 5.

B. D. Dombek, “Homogeneous Catalytic Hydrogenation of Carbon Monoxide: Ethylene Glycol and Ethanol from Synthesis Gas,” Advances in Catalysis, Volume 32, 1983, Pages 325-416.

B. D. Dombek, “Hydrogenation of carbon monoxide by ruthenium complexes with iodide promoters: catalytic and mechanistic investigations,” J. Organometallic Chem. 250(1):467-483 (1983).

B. D. Dombek, A. M. Harrison, “Metal formyl complex via hydride transfer from HRu(CO)4-: Model for catalytic hydrogenation of carbon monoxide,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1983, 105, 8, 2485-2486.

B. K. Warren, B. D. Dombek, “Ethanol from H2 and CO via homogeneous ruthenium catalysis,” J. Catal. 79(2):334-347 (1983).

R. W. Dykstra, A. M. Harrison, and B. D. Dombek, “Multinuclear nuclear magnetic resonance observations of η‐cyclopentadienyldicarbonylrhodium (I) including heteronuclear double and triple irradiation,” Review of Scientific Instruments 52, 1690 (1981).

B. D. Dombek, “Novel catalytic system for homogeneous hydrogenation of carbon monoxide: ruthenium complexes in the presence of iodide promoters,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1981, 103, 21, 6508-6510.

B. D. Dombek, “Hydrogenation of carbon monoxide to methanol and ethylene glycol by homogeneous ruthenium catalysts,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1980, 102, 22, 6855-6857.

B. D. Dombek, “Facile hydroxymethylation of an acyloxymethyl ligand with synthesis gas or hydrogen. A model for catalytic reactions yielding methanol and ethylene glycol,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1979, 101, 21, 6466-6468.

B. D. Dombek, “Cyclometalation at carbon adjacent to oxygen in platinum(II) and iridium(I) phosphine complexes,” J. Organomet. Chem. 169(3):315-325 (1979).

B. D. Dombek, “Acid-catalyzed addition of secondary phosphines to vinyl ethers,” J. Org. Chem. 43(17):3408-3409 (1978).

S. S. Woodard, R. J. Angelici, B. D. Dombek, “Carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance, infrared, and equilibrium studies of cis- and trans-W(CO)4(CS)L complexes,” Inorg. Chem. 1978, 17, 6, 1634-1639.

B. D. Dombek, R. J. Angelici, “A mechanistic investigation of the decacarbonyldimanganese-catalyzed carbonylation of amines,” J. Organometallic Chem. 134(2):203–217 (1977).

B. D. Dombek, R.J. Angelici, “Pentacarbonyliron-catalyzed carbonylation of amines to formamides,” Journal of Catalysis, Volume 48, Issues 1–3, 30 June 1977, Pages 433-435.

B. D. Dombek, R. J. Angelici, “Reactions of tungsten thiocarbonyl complexes with nucleophiles,” Inorg. Chem. 1976, 15, 10, 2403-2408.

B. D. Dombek, R. J. Angelici, “Chemistry of thiocarbonyl complexes of chromium, molybdenum, and tungsten,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1973, 95, 22, 7516-7518.

B. D. Dombek, R. J. Angelici, “Electrophilic and oxidative addition reactions of tungsten thiocarbonyl complexes,” Inorg. Chem. 1976, 15, 10, 2397-2402.

B. D. Dombek, R. J. Angelici, “Synthesis and reactions of cis- and trans-W(CO)4(13CO)(L) compounds,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1976, 98, 14, 4110-4115.

B. D. Dombek, .t J. Angelici, “Preparation, substitution reactions, and kinetic studies of chromium and tungsten thiocarbonyl complexes,” Inorg. Chem. 1976, 15, 5, 1089-1094.

B. D. Dombek, R. J. Angelici, “S-Alkylation and S-acylation of the thiocarbonyl ligand in metal complexes,”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1975, 97, 5, 1261-1262.

B. D. Dombek, R. J. Angelici, “End-to-end bridging by the thiocarbonyl ligand. Complexes of the type M-CS-M’,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1974, 96, 24, 7568-7569.

R. J. Angelici, P. A. Christian, B. D. Dombek, G. A. Pfeffer, “Competitive reactions of coordinated carbon monoxide and methyl isocyanide with amines,” J. Organometallic Chem., Volume 67, Issue 2, 12 March 1974, Pages 287-294.

B. D. Dombek, R. J. Angelici, “A convenient synthetic route to complexes of the types (πC5H5Fe(CO)2X and (πC5H5)Fe(CO)2L+,” Inorganica Chimica Acta 7:345–347 (1973).

B. D. Dombek, R. J. Angelici, “Chemistry of thiocarbonyl complexes of chromium, molybdenum, and tungsten,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1973, 95, 22, 7516-7518.

E. Carberry, B. D. Dombek, S. C. Cohen, “The preparation and spectroscopic properties of the permethylcyclopolygermanes,” J. Organometallic Chem., Volume 36, Issue 1, 1 March 1972, Pages 61-70.

B. D. Dombek, J. Lowther, E. Carberry, “A computer program for the prediction of mass spectrum isotope peaks,” J. Chem. Educ. 1971, 48, 11, 729.

E. Carberry, B. D. Dombek, “Cyclic heteroatom permethylpolysilanes I. Dodecamethylgermacyclohexasilane and dodecamethyl-1,4-digermacyclohexasilane,” J. Organometallic Chem., Volume 22, Issue 3, May 1970, Pages c43-c47.

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Y. Chow, N. Drummer, J. Carter, C. Williams, G. Shaw, D. Willock, S. Taylor, S. Yacob, R. Meyer, M.M. Bhasin, and G. Hutchings, “Investigating the Influence of Acid Sites in Continuous Methane Oxidation with N2O over Fe/MFI Zeolites”, Catalysis Science and Technology, 2018, 8, 154.

Y. Chow, N. Drummer, J. Carter, C. Williams, G. Shaw, D. Willock, S. Taylor, S. Yacob, R. Meyer, M.M. Bhasin, and G. Hutchings, “A Kinetic Study of Methane Partial Oxidation over FEZSM-5 US Patenting N20 as an Oxidant”, ChemPhysChem 10.1002/cphc.201701202.

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M. M. Bhasin, “Importance of Surface Science and Fundamental Studies in Heterogeneous Catalysis,” Catalysis Letters 59 (1999) 1-7.

K. L. Yeung, A. Gavriilidis, A. Varma, M. M. Bhasin, “Effects of 1,2 Dichloroethane Addition on the Optimal Silver Catalyst Distribution in Pellets for Epoxidation of Ethylene,” J. Catalysis. 174, (1998) 1-12.

R. G. Herman, Q. Sun, C. Shi, K. Klier, C. B. Wang, H. Hu, I. E. Wachs, and M. M. Bhasin“Development of Active Oxide Catalysts for the Direct Oxidation of Methane to Formaldehyde,”, Catalysis Today 37 (1997) 1-14.

M. M. Bhasin, D. A. Nagaki, P. Koradia, D. C. Sherman, C. Ankrum, “Novel Catalyst System for Treating Exhaust Gases from Internal Combustion and Stationary Source Engines,”, SAE Paper #930254, March 1993.

Q. Sun, J. I. Di Cosimo, R. G. Herman, K. Klier, M. M. Bhasin, “Selective Oxidation of Methane to Formaldehyde and C2 Hydrocarbons over Double Layered Sr/La2O3 and MoO3/SiO2 Catalyst Bed”, Catalysis Letters, 15 (1992), pg. 371-376.

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P. C. Ellgen, W. J. Bartley, M. M. Bhasin and T. P. Wilson, “Rhodium Based Catalyst for the Conversion of Synthesis Gas to Two-Carbon Chemicals”, Preprints, Advances in Fischer-Tropsch Chemistry, ACS Div. of Petroleum Chemistry, Anaheim, CA, pages 616-623, March 12-17, 1978.

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