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Bruce Tatarchuk
Bruce Tatarchuk
Professor of Chemical Engineering, Auburn University
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Mixed fiber composite structures high surface area-high conductivity mixtures
BJ Tatarchuk, MF Rose, A Krishnagopalan, JN Zabasajja, DA Kohler
US Patent 5,080,963, 1992
205*1992
Mixed fiber composite structures
BJ Tatarchuk, MF Rose, A Krishnagopalan
US Patent 5,102,745, 1992
191*1992
Insights into the thermal and chemical stability of multilayered V 2 CT x MXene
R Thakur, A VahidMohammadi, J Moncada, WR Adams, M Chi, ...
Nanoscale 11 (22), 10716-10726, 2019
1492019
Energy efficiency and capacity retention of Ni–MH batteries for storage applications
WH Zhu, Y Zhu, Z Davis, BJ Tatarchuk
Applied Energy 106, 307-313, 2013
1442013
Review of experimental characterization of active sites and determination of molecular mechanisms of adsorption, desorption and regeneration of the deep and ultradeep …
A Samokhvalov, BJ Tatarchuk
Catalysis Reviews 52 (3), 381-410, 2010
1442010
Physical characterization of FeTiO2 model supported catalysts: I. Electron microscopic studies of reduction behavior
BJ Tatarchuk, JA Dumesic
Journal of Catalysis 70 (2), 308-322, 1981
140*1981
Modeling double-layer capacitor behavior using ladder circuits
RM Nelms, DR Cahela, BJ Tatarchuk
IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems 39 (2), 430-438, 2003
1322003
Characterization of active sites, determination of mechanisms of H 2 S, COS and CS2 sorption and regeneration of ZnO low-temperature sorbents: past, current and perspectives
A Samokhvalov, BJ Tatarchuk
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (8), 3197-3209, 2011
1252011
Novel catalyst structures with enhanced heat transfer characteristics
M Sheng, H Yang, DR Cahela, BJ Tatarchuk
Journal of catalysis 281 (2), 254-262, 2011
1232011
Activated chemisorption of hydrogen on supported ruthenium: I. Influence of adsorbed chlorine on accurate surface area measurements
K Lu, BJ Tatarchuk
Journal of Catalysis 106 (1), 166-175, 1987
1211987
Adsorptive desulfurization of jet and diesel fuels using Ag/TiOx–Al2O3 and Ag/TiOx–SiO2 adsorbents
AHMS Hussain, BJ Tatarchuk
Fuel 107, 465-473, 2013
1182013
Pillared-clay catalysts containing mixed-metal complexes: I. Preparation and characterization
WY Lee, RH Raythatha, BJ Tatarchuk
Journal of Catalysis 115 (1), 159-179, 1989
1131989
Permeability of sintered microfibrous composites for heterogeneous catalysis and other chemical processing opportunities
DR Cahela, BJ Tatarchuk
Catalysis Today 69 (1-4), 33-39, 2001
1092001
Copper-Promoted ZnO/SiO2 Regenerable Sorbents for the Room Temperature Removal of H2S from Reformate Gas Streams
P Dhage, A Samokhvalov, D Repala, EC Duin, M Bowman, BJ Tatarchuk
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 49 (18), 8388-8396, 2010
1072010
Wet layup and sintering of metal-containing microfibrous composites for chemical processing opportunities
DK Harris, DR Cahela, BJ Tatarchuk
Composites Part A: applied science and manufacturing 32 (8), 1117-1126, 2001
992001
Supported silver adsorbents for selective removal of sulfur species from hydrocarbon fuels
S Nair, BJ Tatarchuk
Fuel 89 (11), 3218-3225, 2010
872010
Uniformity analysis at MEA and stack Levels for a Nexa PEM fuel cell system
WH Zhu, RU Payne, DR Cahela, BJ Tatarchuk
Journal of Power Sources 128 (2), 231-238, 2004
852004
Regenerable Fe–Mn–ZnO/SiO 2 sorbents for room temperature removal of H 2 S from fuel reformates: performance, active sites, Operando studies
P Dhage, A Samokhvalov, D Repala, EC Duin, BJ Tatarchuk
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (6), 2179-2187, 2011
812011
Kinetic measurements of oxygen dissolution into niobium substrates: In situ X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy studies
BR King, HC Patel, DA Gulino, BJ Tatarchuk
Thin Solid Films 192 (2), 351-369, 1990
811990
PEM stack test and analysis in a power system at operational load via ac impedance
WH Zhu, RU Payne, BJ Tatarchuk
Journal of power sources 168 (1), 211-217, 2007
792007
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