Trevor Drage
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Silica-templated melamine–formaldehyde resin derived adsorbents for CO2 capture
C Pevida, TC Drage, CE Snape
Carbon 46 (11), 1464-1474, 2008
3292008
CO2 capture using some fly ash-derived carbon materials
A Arenillas, KM Smith, TC Drage, CE Snape
Fuel 84 (17), 2204-2210, 2005
2922005
Preparation of carbon dioxide adsorbents from the chemical activation of urea–formaldehyde and melamine–formaldehyde resins
TC Drage, A Arenillas, KM Smith, C Pevida, S Piippo, CE Snape
Fuel 86 (1-2), 22-31, 2007
2712007
Materials challenges for the development of solid sorbents for post-combustion carbon capture
TC Drage, CE Snape, LA Stevens, J Wood, J Wang, AI Cooper, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry 22 (7), 2815-2823, 2012
2632012
Impact of water coadsorption for carbon dioxide capture in microporous polymer sorbents
R Dawson, LA Stevens, TC Drage, CE Snape, MW Smith, DJ Adams, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (26), 10741-10744, 2012
2452012
Thermal stability of polyethylenimine based carbon dioxide adsorbents and its influence on selection of regeneration strategies
TC Drage, A Arenillas, KM Smith, CE Snape
Microporous and mesoporous materials 116 (1-3), 504-512, 2008
2432008
Swellable, water-and acid-tolerant polymer sponges for chemoselective carbon dioxide capture
RT Woodward, LA Stevens, R Dawson, M Vijayaraghavan, T Hasell, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (25), 9028-9035, 2014
1902014
Novel lithium-based sorbents from fly ashes for CO2 capture at high temperatures
M Olivares-Marín, TC Drage, MM Maroto-Valer
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 4 (4), 623-629, 2010
1672010
Evaluation of Activated Carbon Adsorbents for CO2 Capture in Gasification
TC Drage, JM Blackman, C Pevida, CE Snape
Energy & Fuels 23 (5), 2790-2796, 2009
1632009
Capturing CO2 from ambient air using a polyethyleneimine–silica adsorbent in fluidized beds
W Zhang, H Liu, C Sun, TC Drage, CE Snape
Chemical Engineering Science 116, 306-316, 2014
1182014
Instant MOFs: continuous synthesis of metal–organic frameworks by rapid solvent mixing
M Gimeno-Fabra, AS Munn, LA Stevens, TC Drage, DM Grant, ...
Chemical Communications 48 (86), 10642-10644, 2012
952012
CO2 removal potential of carbons prepared by co-pyrolysis of sugar and nitrogen containing compounds
A Arenillas, TC Drage, K Smith, CE Snape
Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis 74 (1-2), 298-306, 2005
792005
Biodegradation of Oak (Quercus alba) Wood during Growth of the Shiitake Mushroom (Lentinula edodes):  A Molecular Approach
CH Vane, TC Drage, CE Snape
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 51 (4), 947-956, 2003
792003
Preparation and CO2 adsorption of amine modified Mg–Al LDH via exfoliation route
J Wang, LA Stevens, TC Drage, J Wood
Chemical Engineering Science 68 (1), 424-431, 2012
762012
Bark decay by the white-rot fungus Lentinula edodes: Polysaccharide loss, lignin resistance and the unmasking of suberin
CH Vane, TC Drage, CE Snape
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 57 (1), 14-23, 2006
732006
Performance of polyethyleneimine–silica adsorbent for post-combustion CO2 capture in a bubbling fluidized bed
W Zhang, H Liu, C Sun, TC Drage, CE Snape
Chemical Engineering Journal 251, 293-303, 2014
722014
Contribution of subsurface peat to CO2 and CH4 fluxes in a neotropical peatland
EL Wright, CR Black, AW Cheesman, T Drage, D Large, BL Turner, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (9), 2867-2881, 2011
702011
Development of adsorbent technologies for post-combustion CO2 capture
TC Drage, KM Smith, C Pevida, A Arenillas, CE Snape
Energy Procedia 1 (1), 881-884, 2009
662009
Preparation and CO2 adsorption of diamine modified montmorillonite via exfoliation grafting route
L Stevens, K Williams, WY Han, T Drage, C Snape, J Wood, J Wang
Chemical Engineering Journal 215, 699-708, 2013
632013
CO2 Capture with Activated Carbon Grafted by Nitrogenous Functional Groups
C Zhang, W Song, G Sun, L Xie, J Wang, K Li, C Sun, H Liu, CE Snape, ...
Energy & fuels 27 (8), 4818-4823, 2013
532013
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