Xianwen Mao, Gregory C. Rutledge, T. Alan Hatton. (2014) Nanocarbon-based electrochemical systems for sensing, electrocatalysis, and energy storage. Nano Today. DOI: 10.1016/j.nantod.2014.06.011.
Jie Wu, Xiaoqing Yang, Zhi He, Xianwen Mao, T. Alan Hatton, Timothy F. Jamison. (2014) Continuous Flow Synthesis of Ketones from Carbon Dioxide and Organolithium or Grignard Reagents. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2014, 53, in press, DOI: 10.1002/anie.201405014.
Lev Bromberg, Natalie Pomerantz, Heidi Schreuder-Gibson, and T. Alan Hatton. (2014) Degradation of chemical threats by brominated polymer networks. Ind. Eng. Chem. Research. DOI: 10.1021/ie501055g.
Paul Brown, Matthew J Wasbrough, Burcu E Gurkan, and T. Alan Hatton. (2014) CO2-responsive microemulsions based on reactive ionic liquids. Langmuir, 30(15): 4267-4272.
Jie Wu, Jennifer A. Kozak, Fritz Simeon, T. Alan Hatton, and Timothy F. Jamison. (2014) Mechanism-guided design of flow systems for multicomponent reactions: conversion of CO2 and olefins to cyclic carbonates. Chem. Sci., 5: 1227-1231.
Michael C. Stern and T. Alan Hatton. (2014) Bench-scale demonstration of CO2 capture with electrochemically-mediated amine regeneration. RSC Adv., 4: 5906-5914.
Xiaoqing Yang, Jie Wu, Xianwen Mao, Timothy F. Jamison and T. Alan Hatton. (2014) Microwave assisted synthesis of cyclic carbonates from olefins with sodium bicarbonates as the C1 source. Chem. Commun., 50: 3245-3248.
Xianwen Mao, Xiaoqing Yang, Gregory C. Rutledge, and T. Alan Hatton (2014) Ultra-Wide-Range Electrochemical Sensing Using Continuous Electrospun Carbon Nanofibers with High Densities of States. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 6(5): 3394–3405.
Y Tian, T Alan Hatton, Kam C Tam. (2014) Dissociation and Thermal Characteristics of Poly (acrylic acid) Modified Pluronic Block copolymers in Aqueous Solution. Polymer. DOI: .1016/j.polymer.2014.05.048.
Arpad Istvan Toldy, Lu Zheng, Abu Zayed Md Badruddoza, T Alan Hatton, Saif A Khan. (2014) Dynamics and morphological outcomes in thin-film spherical crystallization of glycine from microfluidic emulsions–experimental studies and modeling. Crystal Growth & Design. 14 (7): 3485–3492.