Karen Wilson
Karen Wilson
Professor of Catalysis, Centre for Catalysis and Clean Energy, Griffith University
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Hierarchical porous materials: catalytic applications
CMA Parlett, K Wilson, AF Lee
Chemical Society Reviews 42 (9), 3876-3893, 2013
Heterogeneous catalysis for sustainable biodiesel production via esterification and transesterification
AF Lee, JA Bennett, JC Manayil, K Wilson
Chemical Society Reviews 43 (22), 7887-7916, 2014
Structure-reactivity correlations in MgAl hydrotalcite catalysts for biodiesel synthesis
DG Cantrell, LJ Gillie, AF Lee, K Wilson
Applied Catalysis A: General 287 (2), 183-190, 2005
Ag alloyed Pd single-atom catalysts for efficient selective hydrogenation of acetylene to ethylene in excess ethylene
GX Pei, XY Liu, A Wang, AF Lee, MA Isaacs, L Li, X Pan, X Yang, X Wang, ...
Acs Catalysis 5 (6), 3717-3725, 2015
A review of advanced catalyst development for Fischer–Tropsch synthesis of hydrocarbons from biomass derived syn-gas
H Jahangiri, J Bennett, P Mahjoubi, K Wilson, S Gu
Catalysis Science & Technology 4 (8), 2210-2229, 2014
High‐Activity, Single‐Site Mesoporous Pd/Al2O3 Catalysts for Selective Aerobic Oxidation of Allylic Alcohols
SFJ Hackett, RM Brydson, MH Gass, I Harvey, AD Newman, K Wilson, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 46 (45), 8593-8596, 2007
Atomically dispersed nickel as coke-resistant active sites for methane dry reforming
M Akri, S Zhao, X Li, K Zang, AF Lee, MA Isaacs, W Xi, Y Gangarajula, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 5181, 2019
Classical strong metal–support interactions between gold nanoparticles and titanium dioxide
H Tang, Y Su, B Zhang, AF Lee, MA Isaacs, K Wilson, L Li, Y Ren, ...
Science advances 3 (10), e1700231, 2017
Investigation of Ni-based alumina-supported catalysts for the oxidative dehydrogenation of ethane to ethylene: structural characterization and reactivity studies
E Heracleous, AF Lee, K Wilson, AA Lemonidou
Journal of Catalysis 231 (1), 159-171, 2005
Solid acids and their use as environmentally friendly catalysts in organic synthesis
K Wilson, JH Clark
Pure and applied chemistry 72 (7), 1313-1319, 2000
Characterisation of electrospun polystyrene scaffolds for three-dimensional in vitro biological studies
SC Baker, N Atkin, PA Gunning, N Granville, K Wilson, D Wilson, ...
Biomaterials 27 (16), 3136-3146, 2006
Evaluation of the activity and stability of alkali-doped metal oxide catalysts for application to an intensified method of biodiesel production
CS MacLeod, AP Harvey, AF Lee, K Wilson
Chemical Engineering Journal 135 (1-2), 63-70, 2008
Highly selective hydrogenation of furfural over supported Pt nanoparticles under mild conditions
MJ Taylor, LJ Durndell, MA Isaacs, CMA Parlett, K Wilson, AF Lee, ...
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 180, 580-585, 2016
Catalysts in production of biodiesel: a review
K Narasimharao, A Lee, K Wilson
Journal of biobased materials and bioenergy 1 (1), 19-30, 2007
Li–CaO catalysed tri-glyceride transesterification for biodiesel applications
RS Watkins, AF Lee, K Wilson
Green Chemistry 6 (7), 335-340, 2004
Structure–activity relations in Cs-doped heteropolyacid catalysts for biodiesel production
K Narasimharao, DR Brown, AF Lee, AD Newman, PF Siril, SJ Tavener, ...
Journal of catalysis 248 (2), 226-234, 2007
Surface modification of natural fibers using bacteria: depositing bacterial cellulose onto natural fibers to create hierarchical fiber reinforced nanocomposites
M Pommet, J Juntaro, JYY Heng, A Mantalaris, AF Lee, K Wilson, ...
Biomacromolecules 9 (6), 1643-1651, 2008
Heterogeneously Catalyzed Hydrothermal Processing of C5–C6 Sugars
X Zhang, K Wilson, AF Lee
Chemical reviews 116 (19), 12328-12368, 2016
Evidence for the Surface‐Catalyzed Suzuki–Miyaura Reaction over Palladium Nanoparticles: An Operando XAS Study
PJ Ellis, IJS Fairlamb, SFJ Hackett, K Wilson, AF Lee
Angewandte Chemie 122 (10), 1864-1868, 2010
Structure and reactivity of sol–gel sulphonic acid silicas
K Wilson, AF Lee, DJ Macquarrie, JH Clark
Applied Catalysis A: General 228 (1-2), 127-133, 2002
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