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Feng, X., Patterson, D. A., Balaban, M. and Emanuelsson, E. A. C., 2014. Characterization of liquid flow in the spinning cloth disc reactor : residence time distribution, visual study and modeling. Chemical Engineering Journal, 235, pp. 356-367.

An, J. D., Patterson, D. A., McNeil, S. and Hossain, M. M., 2014. Forthcoming. Immobilization of lipase on woolen fabrics : enhanced effectiveness in stain removal. Biotechnology Progress

Feng, X., Patterson, D.A., Balaban, M. and Emanuelsson, E. A. C., 2013. Characterization of tributyrin hydrolysis by immobilized lipase on woolen cloth using conventional batch and novel spinning cloth disc reactors. Chemical Engineering Research & Design, 91 (9), pp. 1684-1692.

Shariffuddin, J. H., Jones, M. I. and Patterson, D. A., 2013. Greener photocatalysts : Hydroxyapatite derived from waste mussel shells for the photocatalytic degradation of a model azo dye wastewater. Chemical Engineering Research & Design, 91 (9), pp. 1693-1704.

Boiarkina, I., Norris, S. and Patterson, D., 2013. The case for the photocatalytic spinning disc reactor as a process intensification technology : Comparison to an annular reactor for the degradation of methylene blue. Chemical Engineering Journal, 225, pp. 752-765.

Boiarkine, I., Norris, S. and Patterson, D., 2013. Investigation of the effect of flow structure on the photocatalytic degradation of methylene blue and dehydroabietic acid in a spinning disc reactor. Chemical Engineering Journal, 222, pp. 159-171.

Feng, X., Patterson, D.A., Balaban, M. and Emanuelsson, E. A. C., 2013. Enabling the utilization of wool as an enzyme support : Enhancing the activity and stability of lipase immobilized onto woolen cloth. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 102, pp. 526-533.

Feng, X., Patterson, D. A., Balaban, M., Fauconnier, G. and Emanuelsson, E. A. C., 2013. The spinning cloth disc reactor for immobilized enzymes : A new process intensification technology for enzymatic reactions. Chemical Engineering Journal, 221, pp. 407-417.

Tran, A. T. T., Patterson, D. A. and James, B. J., 2012. Investigating the feasibility of using polysulfone-montmorillonite composite membranes for protein adsorption. Journal of Food Engineering, 112 (1-2), pp. 38-49.

Qaiser, A. A., Hyland, M. M. and Patterson, D. A., 2012. Effects of various polymerization techniques on PANI deposition at the surface of cellulose ester microporous membranes: XPS and electrical conductivity studies. Synthetic Metals, 162 (11-12), pp. 958-967.

Patterson, D. and Krohn, K., 2012. Determining wetted membrane microstructures using ESEM and DIC microscopy and their implications to membrane performance. Procedia Engineering, 44, pp. 1491-1493.

Patterson, D., Bowstead, M., Tran, A. and James, B. J., 2012. Towards continuous wine making : The optimization of mixed matrix membranes for wine fining. Procedia Engineering, 44, pp. 131-132.

Qaiser, A. A., Hyland, M. M. and Patterson, D. A., 2011. Membrane potential and impedance studies of polyaniline composite membranes: effects of membrane morphology. Journal of Membrane Science, 385-386, pp. 67-75.

Boiarkina, I., Pedron, S. and Patterson, D. A., 2011. An experimental and modelling investigation of the effect of the flow regime on the photocatalytic degradation of methylene blue on a thin film coated ultraviolet irradiated spinning disc reactor. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 110 (2), pp. 14-24.

Rohani, R., Hyland, M. and Patterson, D. A., 2011. A refined one-filtration method for aqueous based nanofiltration and ultrafiltration membrane molecular weight cut-off determination using polyethylene glycols. Journal of Membrane Science, 382 (1-2), pp. 278-290.

Ali, A. M., Emanuelsson, E. A. C. and Patterson, D. A., 2011. Conventional versus lattice photocatalysed reactions: Implications of the lattice oxygen participation in the liquid phase photocatalytic oxidation with nanostructured ZnO thin films on reaction products and mechanism at both 254nm and 340nm. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 106 (3-4), pp. 323-336.

Patterson, D. A., 2011. Impact of a multimedia laboratory manual: Investigating the influence of student learning styles on laboratory preparation and performance over one semester. Education for Chemical Engineers, 6 (1), e10-e30.

Jones, M. I., Barakat, H. and Patterson, D. A., 2011. Production of hydroxyapatite from waste mussel shells. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 18 (19), 192002.

Abeynaike, A., Wang, L., Jones, M. I. and Patterson, D. A., 2011. Pyrolysed powdered mussel shells for eutrophication control: effect of particle size and powder concentration on the mechanism and extent of phosphate removal. Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 6 (2), pp. 231-243.

Qaiser, A. A., Hyland, M. M. and Patterson, D. A., 2011. Surface and Charge Transport Characterization of Polyaniline−Cellulose Acetate Composite Membranes. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 115 (7), pp. 1652-1661.

Jones, M. I., Wang, L. Y., Abeynaike, A. and Patterson, D. A., 2011. Utilisation of waste material for environmental applications: calcination of mussel shells for waste water treatment. Advances in Applied Ceramics, 110 (5), pp. 280-286.

Ali, A. M., Emanuelsson, E. A. C. and Patterson, D. A., 2010. Photocatalysis with nanostructured zinc oxide thin films: the relationship between morphology and photocatalytic activity under oxygen limited and oxygen rich conditions and evidence for a Mars Van Krevelen mechanism. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 97 (1-2), pp. 168-181.

Zou, C. W., Rao, Y. F., Alyamani, A., Chu, W., Chen, M. J., Patterson, D. A., Emanuelsson, E. A. C. and Gao, W., 2010. Heterogeneous lollipop-like V2O5/ZnO array: A promising composite nanostructure for visible light photocatalysis. Langmuir, 26 (14), pp. 11615-11620.

Zou, C. W., Yan, X. D., Patterson, D. A., Emanuelsson, E. A. C., Bian, J. M. and Gao, W., 2010. Temperature sensitive crystallization of V2O5: from amorphous film to β-V2O5nanorods. CrystEngComm, 12 (3), pp. 691-693.

McFarlane, C. J., Emanuelsson, E. A. C., Ali, A. M., Gao, W. and Patterson, D. A., 2010. Understanding the rate, mechanism and reuseability of zinc oxide nanostructured films as photocatalysts for industrial tastewater treatment. International Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2 (2), pp. 63-79.

Patterson, D. A., Havill, A., Costello, S., See-Toh, Y. H., Livingston, A. G. and Turner, A., 2009. Membrane characterisation by SEM, TEM and ESEM: the implications of dry and wetted microstructure on mass transfer through integrally skinned polyimide nanofiltration membranes. Separation and Purification Technology, 66 (1), pp. 90-97.

Qaiser, A. A., Hyland, M. M. and Patterson, D. A., 2009. Control of polyaniline deposition on microporous cellulose ester membranes by in situ chemical polymerization. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 113 (45), pp. 14986-14993.

Qaiser, A. A., Hyland, M. M. and Patterson, D. A., 2009. Polyaniline deposition site control on microporous mixed cellulose ester membranes : Surface and in-pore polymerization. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 4, 012009.

Patterson, D., Yenlau, L., Roengpithya, C., Gibbins, E. and Livingston, A., 2008. Membrane selectivity in the organic solvent nanofiltration of trialkylamine bases. Desalination, 218 (1-3), pp. 248-256.

Emanuelsson, E. A. C., Emanuelsson, M. A. E., Patterson, D. A., Castro, P. M. L. and Livingston, A. G., 2007. Microbiology for chemical engineers: from macro to micro scale. Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2 (5), pp. 448-454.

Roengpithya, C., Patterson, D. A., Livingston, A. G., Taylor, P. C., Irwin, J. L. and Parrett, M. R., 2007. Towards a continuous dynamic kinetic resolution of 1-phenylethylamine using a membrane assisted, two vessel process. Chemical Communications, 33, pp. 3462-3463.

Roengpithya, C., Patterson, D. A., Taylor, P. C. and Livingston, A. G., 2006. Development of stable organic solvent nanofiltration membranes for membrane enhanced dynamic kinetic resolution. Desalination, 199 (1-3), pp. 195-197.

Roengpithya, C., Patterson, D. A., Gibbins, E. J., Taylor, P. C. and Livingston, A. G., 2006. Investigation of the Compatibility of Racemization and Kinetic Resolution for the Dynamic Kinetic Resolution of an Allylic Alcohol. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 45 (21), pp. 7101-7109.

Taylor, P. C., Livingston, A. G., Gibbins, E. J., Irwin, J. L., Muir, J. C., Patterson, D. A. and Roengpithya, C., 2005. An Improved Protocol for the Synthesis and Nanofiltration of Kim and Park’s Aminocyclopentadienyl Ruthenium Chloride Racemisation Catalyst. Synlett, 2005 (19), pp. 2993-2995.

Gibbons, E., Irwin, J., Livingston, A. G., Muir, J. C., Patterson, D., Roengpithya, C. and Taylor, P. C., 2005. Dynamic kinetic resolution of racemates using membrane-separated catalysts. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 229, U550.

Ghazali, N. F., Patterson, D. A. and Livingston, A. G., 2004. Elucidation of the mechanism of chiral selectivity in diastereomeric salt formation using organic solvent nanofiltration. Chemical Communications, 2004 (8), pp. 962-963.

Patterson, D., 2003. Determination of best available techniques : methods and case examples. Filtration, 3 (1), pp. 12-17.

Patterson, D. A., Metcalfe, I. S., Xiong, F. and Livingston, A. G., 2002. Biodegradability of linear alkylbenzene sulfonates subjected to wet air oxidation. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 77 (9), pp. 1039-1049.

Patterson, D. A., Metcalfe, I. S., Xiong, F. and Livingston, A. G., 2001. Wet Air Oxidation of Linear Alkylbenzene Sulfonate 1. Effect of Temperature and Pressure. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 40 (23), pp. 5507-5516.

Patterson, D. A., Metcalfe, I. S., Xiong, F. and Livingston, A. G., 2001. Wet Air Oxidation of Linear Alkylbenzene Sulfonate 2. Effect of pH. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 40 (23), pp. 5517-5525.

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