Hugh Christopher Greenwell
Hugh Christopher Greenwell
Professor of Geochemistry, Durham University
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Placing microalgae on the biofuels priority list: a review of the technological challenges
HC Greenwell, LML Laurens, RJ Shields, RW Lovitt, KJ Flynn
Journal of the royal society interface 7 (46), 703-726, 2010
Clay swelling—a challenge in the oilfield
RL Anderson, I Ratcliffe, HC Greenwell, PA Williams, S Cliffe, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 98 (3-4), 201-216, 2010
A critical appraisal of polymer–clay nanocomposites
B Chen, JRG Evans, HC Greenwell, P Boulet, PV Coveney, AA Bowden, ...
Chemical Society Reviews 37 (3), 568-594, 2008
Large-scale molecular dynamics study of montmorillonite clay: emergence of undulatory fluctuations and determination of material properties
JL Suter, PV Coveney, HC Greenwell, MA Thyveetil
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (23), 8248-8259, 2007
On the application of computer simulation techniques to anionic and cationic clays: A materials chemistry perspective
HC Greenwell, W Jones, PV Coveney, S Stackhouse
Journal of Materials Chemistry 16 (8), 708-723, 2006
Catalytic upgrading of tri-glycerides and fatty acids to transport biofuels
B Smith, HC Greenwell, A Whiting
Energy & Environmental Science 2 (3), 262-271, 2009
Computer simulation study of the structural stability and materials properties of DNA-intercalated layered double hydroxides
MA Thyveetil, PV Coveney, HC Greenwell, JL Suter
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (14), 4742-4756, 2008
An introduction to pyrolysis and catalytic pyrolysis: versatile techniques for biomass conversion
L Li, JS Rowbotham, HC Greenwell, PW Dyer
Elsevier, 2013
Molecular dynamic simulations of montmorillonite–organic interactions under varying salinity: an insight into enhanced oil recovery
T Underwood, V Erastova, P Cubillas, HC Greenwell
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (13), 7282-7294, 2015
Rule based design of clay-swelling inhibitors
JL Suter, PV Coveney, RL Anderson, HC Greenwell, S Cliffe
Energy & Environmental Science 4 (11), 4572-4586, 2011
Towards a mechanistic understanding of carbon stabilization in manganese oxides
K Johnson, G Purvis, E Lopez-Capel, C Peacock, N Gray, T Wagner, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 7628, 2015
Preparation of zinc oxide free, transparent rubber nanocomposites using a layered double hydroxide filler
A Das, DY Wang, A Leuteritz, K Subramaniam, HC Greenwell, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry 21 (20), 7194-7200, 2011
Mineral surface chemistry control for origin of prebiotic peptides
V Erastova, MT Degiacomi, D G. Fraser, HC Greenwell
Nature communications 8 (1), 2033, 2017
Recent advances in large-scale atomistic and coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulation of clay minerals
JL Suter, RL Anderson, HC Greenwell, PV Coveney
Journal of Materials Chemistry 19 (17), 2482-2493, 2009
Thermochemical processing of macroalgae: a late bloomer in the development of third-generation biofuels?
JS Rowbotham, PW Dyer, HC Greenwell, MK Theodorou
Biofuels 3 (4), 441-461, 2012
Recent advances in understanding the structure and reactivity of clays using electronic structure calculations
P Boulet, HC Greenwell, S Stackhouse, PV Coveney
Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM 762 (1-3), 33-48, 2006
Interlayer structure and bonding in nonswelling primary amine intercalated clays
HC Greenwell, MJ Harvey, P Boulet, AA Bowden, PV Coveney, A Whiting
Macromolecules 38 (14), 6189-6200, 2005
The water-alkane interface at various Nacl salt concentrations: a molecular dynamics study of the readily available force fields
TR Underwood, HC Greenwell
Scientific reports 8 (1), 352, 2018
Wetting effects and molecular adsorption at hydrated kaolinite clay mineral surfaces
T Underwood, V Erastova, HC Greenwell
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 (21), 11433-11449, 2016
Serpentinization: connecting geochemistry, ancient metabolism and industrial hydrogenation
M Preiner, JC Xavier, FL Sousa, V Zimorski, A Neubeck, SQ Lang, ...
Life 8 (4), 41, 2018
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