Items by Jenkins, Rhodri
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Jenkins, R. W., Sargeant, L. A., Whiffin, F. M., Santomauro, F., Kaloudis, D., Mozzanega, P., Bannister, C., Baena, S. and Chuck, C. J., 2015. Cross-metathesis of microbial oils for the production of advanced biofuels and chemicals. ACS Sustainable Chemisty and Engineering, 3 (7), pp. 1526-1535.
Bendall, S., Birdsall-Wilson, M., Jenkins, R., John Chew, Y.M. and Chuck, C. J., 2015. Showcasing chemical engineering principles through the production of biodiesel from spent coffee grounds. Journal of Chemical Education, 92 (4), pp. 683-687.
Chuck, C., Lou-Hing, D., Dean, R., Sargeant, L., Scott, R. J. and Jenkins, R., 2014. Simultaneous microwave extraction and synthesis of fatty acid methyl ester from the oleaginous yeast Rhodotorula glutinis. Energy, 69, pp. 446-454.
Jenkins, R. W., Stageman, N. E., Fortune, C. M. and Chuck, C. J., 2014. Effect of the type of bean, processing, and geographical location on the biodiesel produced from waste coffee grounds. Energy & Fuels, 28 (2), pp. 1166-1174.
Chuck, C. J., Parker, H. J., Jenkins, R. W. and Donnelly, J., 2013. Renewable biofuel additives from the ozonolysis of lignin. Bioresource Technology, 143, pp. 549-554.
Jenkins, R. W., Munro, M., Nash, S. and Chuck, C. J., 2013. Potential renewable oxygenated biofuels for the aviation and road transport sectors. Fuel, 103, pp. 593-599.
Chuck, C. J., Jenkins, R. W., Bannister, C. D., Han, L. and Lowe, J. P., 2012. Design and preliminary results of an NMR tube reactor to study the oxidative degradation of fatty acid methyl ester. Biomass and Bioenergy, 47, pp. 188-194.
Chuck, C. J., Bannister, C. D., Jenkins, R. W., Lowe, J. P. and Davidson, M. G., 2012. A comparison of analytical techniques and the products formed during the decomposition of biodiesel under accelerated conditions. Fuel, 96, pp. 426-433.
Jenkins, R., 2014. Renewable liquid transport fuels from microbes and waste resources. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Jenkins, R., 2015. Six things you can do with coffee – after you’ve finished drinking it. The Conversation