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The compatibility of potential bioderived fuels with Jet A-1 aviation kerosene
CJ Chuck, J Donnelly
Applied energy 118, 83-91, 2014
2902014
Low-cost lipid production by an oleaginous yeast cultured in non-sterile conditions using model waste resources
F Santamauro, FM Whiffin, RJ Scott, CJ Chuck
Biotechnology for biofuels 7, 1-11, 2014
1942014
A Germanium Alkoxide Supported by a C3‐Symmetric Ligand for the Stereoselective Synthesis of Highly Heterotactic Polylactide under Solvent‐Free Conditions
AJ Chmura, CJ Chuck, MG Davidson, MD Jones, MD Lunn, SD Bull, ...
Angewandte Chemie 119 (13), 2330-2333, 2007
1932007
Effect of the type of bean, processing, and geographical location on the biodiesel produced from waste coffee grounds
RW Jenkins, NE Stageman, CM Fortune, CJ Chuck
Energy & Fuels 28 (2), 1166-1174, 2014
1542014
Potential renewable oxygenated biofuels for the aviation and road transport sectors
RW Jenkins, M Munro, S Nash, CJ Chuck
Fuel 103, 593-599, 2013
1372013
Organic waste as a sustainable feedstock for platform chemicals
M Coma, E Martinez-Hernandez, F Abeln, S Raikova, J Donnelly, ...
Faraday discussions 202, 175-195, 2017
1152017
Air-Stable Titanium Alkoxide Based Metal− Organic Framework as an Initiator for Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclic Esters
CJ Chuck, MG Davidson, MD Jones, G Kociok-Köhn, MD Lunn, S Wu
Inorganic chemistry 45 (17), 6595-6597, 2006
1082006
Assessing hydrothermal liquefaction for the production of bio-oil and enhanced metal recovery from microalgae cultivated on acid mine drainage
S Raikova, H Smith-Baedorf, R Bransgrove, O Barlow, F Santomauro, ...
Fuel Processing Technology 142, 219-227, 2016
932016
Conceptualization of a spent coffee grounds biorefinery: A review of existing valorisation approaches
J Massaya, AP Pereira, B Mills-Lamptey, J Benjamin, CJ Chuck
Food and Bioproducts Processing 118, 149-166, 2019
922019
The history, state of the art and future prospects for oleaginous yeast research
F Abeln, CJ Chuck
Microbial cell factories 20, 1-31, 2021
882021
The viability and desirability of replacing palm oil
S Parsons, S Raikova, CJ Chuck
Nature Sustainability 3 (6), 412-418, 2020
852020
Oxidative stability of biodiesel fuel
CD Bannister, CJ Chuck, M Bounds, JG Hawley
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part D: Journal of …, 2011
802011
Chemicals from lignocellulosic biomass: a critical comparison between biochemical, microwave and thermochemical conversion methods
IKM Yu, H Chen, F Abeln, H Auta, J Fan, VL Budarin, JH Clark, S Parsons, ...
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 51 (14), 1479-1532, 2021
732021
Towards a marine biorefinery through the hydrothermal liquefaction of macroalgae native to the United Kingdom
S Raikova, CD Le, TA Beacham, RW Jenkins, MJ Allen, CJ Chuck
Biomass and Bioenergy 107, 244-253, 2017
702017
Co-processing of common plastics with pistachio hulls via hydrothermal liquefaction
S Hongthong, S Raikova, HS Leese, CJ Chuck
Waste management 102, 351-361, 2020
692020
The microalgae biorefinery: a perspective on the current status and future opportunities using genetic modification
G Schiano di Visconte, A Spicer, CJ Chuck, MJ Allen
Applied Sciences 9 (22), 4793, 2019
642019
Biofuels for aviation: feedstocks, technology and implementation
C Chuck
Academic Press, 2016
622016
Co-production of bio-oil and propylene through the hydrothermal liquefaction of polyhydroxybutyrate producing cyanobacteria
J Wagner, R Bransgrove, TA Beacham, MJ Allen, K Meixner, B Drosg, ...
Bioresource technology 207, 166-174, 2016
622016
The Effect of Functional Groups in Bio‐Derived Fuel Candidates
RW Jenkins, CM Moore, TA Semelsberger, CJ Chuck, JC Gordon, ...
ChemSusChem 9 (9), 922-931, 2016
602016
Co-liquefaction of macroalgae with common marine plastic pollutants
S Raikova, TDJ Knowles, MJ Allen, CJ Chuck
ACS sustainable chemistry & engineering 7 (7), 6769-6781, 2019
562019
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