Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications

* Undergraduate Researcher; ** High School Researcher

59. Ashman, C., L. Gao, J.L. Goldfarb “Silver Nitrate in situ Upgrades Pyrolysis Biofuels from Brewer’s Spent Grain via Biotemplating.” Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis. 2020, 146, 104729
58. Wang, K., Q. Ma, K. Burns, H. Sudibyo, D.L. Sills, J.L. Goldfarb, J.W. Tester. “Impact of Feed Injection and Batch Processing Methods in Hydrothermal Liquefaction.” Journal of Supercritical Fluids. 2020, 164, 104887
57. Sciarria, T.P., M.A. Costa de Oliveira, B. Mecheri, A.D’Epifanio, J.L. Goldfarb, F. Adani. “Metal-free activated biochar as an oxygen reduction reaction catalyst in single chamber microbial fuel cells.” Journal of Power Sources. 2020, 228183
56. Yıldız, A., J.L. Goldfarb, S. Ceylan. “Sustainable Hydrocarbon Fuels via “One-Pot” Catalytic Deoxygenation of Waste Cooking Oil using Inexpensive, Unsupported Metal Oxide Catalysts.” Fuel. 2020, 263, 116750
55. Merzari, F., J.L. Goldfarb, G. Andreottola, T. Mimmo, M. Volpe, L. Fiori. “Hydrothermal Carbonization as a Strategy for Sewage Sludge Management: Influence of Process Withdrawl Point on Hydrochar Properties.” Energies. 2020, 13, 2890
54. Ryan, E.M., A. Manderlink*, J.L. Goldfarb. “Manipulating Dendritic Growth: An Undergraduate Laboratory Experience in the Interplay between Mass Transport, Supersaturated Solutions, and Dendrite Structure.” Journal of Chemical Education. 2020, 97, 503-508 Cover Article.
53. Gao, L. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Solid Waste to Biofuels and Heterogeneous Sorbents via Pyrolysis of Wheat Straw in the Presence of Fly Ash as an in situ Catalyst.” Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis. 2019, 137, 96-105
52. Gao, L. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Heterogeneous Biochars from Agricultural Residues and Coal Fly Ash for the Removal of Heavy Metals from Coking Wastewater.” RSC Advances. 2019, 9, 16018-16027
51. Ryan, E.M., Z. Pollard, Q.-T. Ha, A. Roshandelpoor, P. Vakili, J.L. Goldfarb. “Designing Heterogeneous Hierarchical Material Systems: A Holistic Approach to Structural and Materials Design” MRS Communications; 2019, 9, 628-636 Invited Manuscript
50. Dupre, K., A. Vyas*, J.L. Goldfarb, E.M. Ryan. “Investigation of Computational Upscaling of Adsorption of SO2 and CO2 in Fixed Bed Columns” Adsorption, 2019, 25, 773
49. Tahir, M.T., G. Çakman, J.L. Goldfarb, Y. Topcu, S.R. Naqvi, S. Ceylan. “Demonstrating the Suitability of Canola Residue Biomass to Biofuel Conversion via Pyrolysis through Reaction Kinetics, Thermodynamics, and Evolved Gas Analysis.” Bioresource Technology. 2019, 279, 67-73
48. Johnson, C.A., M. Chern, T. Nguyen, A.M. Dennis, J.L. Goldfarb. “Ligands and media impact interactions between engineered nanomaterials and clay minerals” NanoImpact. 2019, 13, 112-122
47. Nguyen, M., J.L. Goldfarb, A.F. Plante, W.C. Hockaday, B.L.T. Lau. “Sorption Temperature and the Stability of Iron-Bound Soil Organic Matter.” Geoderma. 2019, 341, 93-99
46. Glick, D.M., J.L Goldfarb, W. Heiger-Bernays and D.L. Kriner. “Public Knowledge, Contaminant Concerns and Support for Recycled Water in the United States.” Resources Conservation and Recycling. 2019, 150, 104419
45. Gao, L., M. Volpe, M. Lucian, L. Fiori, J.L. Goldfarb. “Does Hydrothermal Carbonization as a Biomass Pretreatment Reduce Fuel Segregation of Coal-Biomass Blends During Oxidation?” Energy Conversion and Management. 2019, 181, 93-104
44. Berger, M., J. Ford*, J.L. Goldfarb. “Modeling Aqueous Contaminant Removal due to Combined Hydrolysis and Adsorption: Oxytetracycline in the Presence of Biomass-Based Activated Carbons.” Separation Science and Technology. 2019, 54, 705-721
43. Lucian, M., M. Volpe, L. Gao, G. Piro, J.L. Goldfarb, L. Fiori. “Impact of Hydrothermal Carbonization Conditions on the Formation of Hydrochars and Secondary Chars from the Organic Fraction of Municipal Solid Waste.” Fuel. 2018, 233, 257-268
42. Xue, J. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Enhanced Devolatilization During Torrefaction of Blended Biomass Streams Results in Additive Heating Values and Synergistic Oxidation Behavior of Solid Fuels.” Energy. 2018, 152, 1-12
41. Gopu, C.*, L. Gao, M. Volpe, L. Fiori, J.L. Goldfarb. “Valorizing Municipal Solid Waste: Waste to Energy and Activated Carbons for Water Treatment via Pyrolysis.” Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis. 2018, 133, 48-58
40. Volpe, M., J.L. Goldfarb, L. Fiori. “Hydrothermal Carbonization of Opuntia ficus-indica Cladodes: Role of Process Parameters on Hydrochar Properties.” Bioresource Technology. 2018, 247, 310-318
39. Xue, J., T. Chellappa, S. Ceylan. J.L. Goldfarb. “Enhancing Biomass + Coal Co-firing Scenarios via Biomass Torrefaction and Carbonization: Case Study of Avocado Pit Biomass and Illinois No. 6 Coal.” Renewable Energy. 2018, 122, 152-162
38. Berger, M., Karod, M.*, J.L. Goldfarb. Invasive Species or Sustainable Water Filters? A Student-Led Laboratory Investigation into Locally Sourced Biomass-Based Adsorbents for Sustainable Water Treatment.” Accepted for Publication in Green Chemistry Education: Recent Developments, edited by M.A. Benvenuto. De Gruyter Press. Pre-published in Physical Science Reviews, 2018, 20180073
37. Dupre, K., E.M. Ryan, A. Suleimenov, J.L. Goldfarb. “Experimental and computational demonstration of a low-temperature waste to by-product conversion of U.S. oil shale semicoke to a flue gas sorbent” Energies. 2018, 11, 3195
36. Aslan, D.I., P. Parthasarath, J.L. Goldfarb, S. Ceylan. “Pyrolysis Reaction Models of Waste Tires: Application of Master-Plots method for Energy Conversion via Devolatilization.” Waste Management. 2017, 68, 405-411
35. Berger, M. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Understanding our Energy Footprint: Undergraduate Chemistry Laboratory Investigation of Environmental Impacts of Solid Fossil Fuel Wastes.” Journal of Chemical Education. 2017, 94, 1124-1128
34. Xue, J., G. Dou, E. Ziade, J.L. Goldfarb. “Integrating Sustainable Biofuel and Silver Nanomaterial Production for in situ Upgrading of Cellulosic Biomass Pyrolysis.” Energy Conversion & Management. 2017, 142, 143-252
33. Goldfarb, J.L, G. Dou, M. Salari, M.W. Grinstaff. “Biomass-Based Fuels and Activated Carbon Electrode Materials: An Integrated Approach to Green Energy Systems.” ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. 2017, 5, 3046-3054
32. Uzun, H., Z. Yildiz, J.L. Goldfarb, S. Ceylan. “Improved Prediction of Higher Heating Value of Biomass Using an Artificial Neural Network Model Based on Proximate Analysis.” Bioresource Technology. 2017, 234, 122-130
31. Christenson, D.P., J.L. Goldfarb and D.L. Kriner “Costs, Benefits, and the Malleability of Public Support for ‘Fracking’.” Energy Policy. 2017, 105, 407-417
30. Vyas, A*. T. Chellappa, and J.L. Goldfarb. “Porosity Development and Reactivity Changes of Coal-Biomass Blends During Co-Pyrolysis at Various Temperatures.” Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis. 2017, 124, 79-88
29. Dou, G. and J.L. Goldfarb. “In situ Upgrading of Pyrolysis Biofuels by Bentonite Clay with Simultaneous Production of Heterogeneous Adsorbents for Water Treatment.” Fuel. 2017, 195, 273-283
28. Goldfarb, J.L., L. Buessing, E. Gunn, M. Lever*, A. Billias*, E. Casoliba, A. Schievano, F. Adani. “Novel Integrated Biorefinery for Olive Mill Waste Management: Utilization of Secondary Waste for Water Treatment.” ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. 2017, 5, 876-884
27. N. Söyler*, J.L. Goldfarb, S. Ceylan, M.T. Saçan. “Renewable Fuels from Pyrolysis of Dunaliella tertiolecta: An Alternative Approach to Lipid Extraction and Transesterification of Microalgae.” Energy. 2017, 120, 907-914
26. Goldfarb, J.L. and D.L. Kriner. “Building Public Support for Science Spending: Misinformation, Motivated Reasoning, and the Power of Correction.” Science Communication. 2017, 39, 77-100
25. Işıtan, S., S. Ceylan, Y. Topcu, C. Hintz, J. Tefft*, T. Chellappa, J. Guo and J.L. Goldfarb. “Product Quality Optimization in an Integrated Biorefinery: Conversion of Pistachio Nutshell Biomass to Biofuels and Activated Biochars via Pyrolysis.” Energy Conversion & Management. 2016, 127, 576-588
24. Upneja, A.**, G. Dou, C. Gopu*, C.A. Johnson, A. Newman, A. Suleimenov and J.L. Goldfarb. “Sustainable waste mitigation: biotemplated nanostructured ZnO for photocatalytic water treatment via extraction of biofuels from hydrothermal carbonization of banana stalk.” RSC Advances 2016, 6, 92813
23. Goldfarb, J.L., M. Buessing and D.L. Kriner. “Geographic Proximity to Coal Plants and U.S. Public Support for Extending the Production Tax Credit.” Energy Policy. 2016, 99, 299-307
22. Vyas, A.*, J. Xue and J.L. Goldfarb. “Improving the Environmental and Economic Viability of U.S. Oil Shale via Waste-to-Byproduct Conversion of Semicoke to Sorbents.” Energy & Fuels. 2016, 30, 188-195
21. Patnaik, A. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Continuous Activation Energy Representation of the Arrhenius Equation for the Pyrolysis of Cellulosic Materials: Feed Corn Stover and Cocoa Shell Biomass.” Cellulose Chemistry and Technology. 2016, 50, 311-320
20. Xue, J., S. Ceylan and J.L. Goldfarb “Synergism Among Biomass Building Blocks? Evolved Gas and Kinetics Analysis of Starch and Cellulose Co-Pyrolysis.” Thermochimica Acta. 2015, 618, 36-47
19. Schievano, A., F. Adani, L. Buessing, A. Botto, E.N. Casoliba, M. Rossoni, and J.L. Goldfarb. “An Integrated Biorefinery Concept for Olive Mill Waste Management: Supercritical CO2 Extraction and Energy Recovery.” Green Chemistry. 2015, 17, 2874-2887
18. Goldfarb, J.L. and S. Ceylan. “Second-Generation Sustainability: Application of the Distributed Activation Energy Model to the Pyrolysis of Locally Sourced Biomass-Coal Blends for use in Co-firing Scenarios.” Fuel. 2015, 160, 297-308
17. Ceylan, S. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Green Tide to Green Fuels: TG-FTIR Analysis and Kinetic Study of Ulva prolifera Pyrolysis.” Energy Conversion & Management. 2015, 101, 263-270
16. Celaya, A.M., A.T. Lade* and J.L. Goldfarb. “Co-Combustion of Brewer’s Spent Grains and Illinois No. 6 Coal: Impact of blend ratio on global rates of pyrolysis and oxidation versus compound evolution.” Fuel Processing Technology. 2015, 129, 39-51
15. Yangali, P. *, A.M. Celaya, and J.L. Goldfarb “Co-Pyrolysis Reaction Rates and Activation Energies of West Virginia Coal and Cherry Pit Blends.” Journal of Analytical & Applied Pyrolysis. 2014, 108, 203-211
14. Celaya, A.M. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Models and Mechanisms to Explore the Global Oxidation Kinetics of Blends of Feed Corn Stover and Illinois No. 6 Coal.” Journal of Thermodynamics and Catalysis. 2014, 5, 136
13. Goldfarb, J.L. and C. Liu. “Impact of Blend Ratio on the Co-firing of Torrefied Wood and Coal via Analysis of Oxidation Kinetics.” Bioresource Technology. 2013, 149, 208-215
12. Goldfarb, J.L., A. D’Amico*, C. Culin*, E.M. Suuberg and I. Külaots. “Oxidation Kinetics of Oil Shale Semicokes: Reactivity as a Function of Pyrolysis Temperature and Shale Origin.” Energy & Fuels. 2013, 27, 666-672
11. Goldfarb, J.L. “Review of Sublimation Thermodynamics of Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds and Heterocycles.” Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry. 2013, 50, 1243-1263
10. Buessing, L. and J.L. Goldfarb “Energy Along Interstate 95: Pyrolysis Kinetics of Floridian Cabbage Palm.” Journal of Analytical & Applied Pyrolysis. 2013, 96, 78-85
9. Datangel, B.* and J.L. Goldfarb “Heavy Metals in Colorado and Chinese Oil Shale Semicoke: Disposal Issues, Impediments to Byproduct Conversion.” Energy & Fuels. 2011, 25, 3522-3529
8. Goldfarb, J.L. and I. Külaots “Melting Points and Enthalpies of Fusion of Anthracene and its Heteroatomic Counterparts.” Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry. 2010, 102, 1063-1070
7. Külaots, I., J.L. Goldfarb and E.M. Suuberg. “Characterization of Chinese, American and Estonian Oil Shale Semicokes and their Sorptive Potential.” Fuel. 2010, 89,  3300-3306
6. Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. “Deviations from Ideal Sublimation Vapor Pressure Behavior in Mixtures of Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds with Interacting Heteroatoms.” Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics. 2010, 42, 1009-1015
5. Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. “Vapor Pressures and Sublimation Enthalpies of Seven Heteroatomic Aromatic Compounds Measured via the Knudsen Effusion Technique.” Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics. 2010, 42, 781-786
4. Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. “Raoult’s Law and its Application to Sublimation Vapor Pressures of Mixtures of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons.” Environmental Engineering Science. 2008, 25, 1429 –1438
3. Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. “Vapor Pressures and Thermodynamics of Oxygen-Containing Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Measured via Knudsen Effusion.” Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 2008, 27, 1244 – 1249
2. Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. “The Effects of Halogen Heteroatoms on the Vapor Pressures and Thermodynamics of Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds Measured via the Knudsen Effusion Technique.” Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics. 2008, 40, 460 – 466
1. Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. “Vapor Pressures and Enthalpies of Sublimation of Ten Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Determined via the Knudsen Effusion Method.” Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data. 2008, 53, 670 – 676

Referred Conference Presentations

(Italics indicate presenting author(s); * Undergraduate Researcher)

46. Goldfarb, J.L., Z. Pollard, A. Roshandelpoor, P. Vakili, E.M. Ryan. “Collaborative Approach to Systemic Design of Green Materials in Limited Data Environments: Insights to Advance Research in Light of COVID-19 Restrictions” 24th Annual ACS Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference. June 2020. Keynote Address.
45. Berger, M. and J.L. Goldfarb “Computational Modeling vs. Adsorption Isotherm Experiments to Gauge the Capacity of Cocoa Shell Biochars to Remove Stable and Hydrolyzing Pharmaceuticals from Water” ACS ENVR. Mar. 2020.
44. Goldfarb, J.L., A.H. Hubble, F. Wang, L. Gao. “Upstream Approaches to Biomass Pyrolysis via in situ Upgrading with Inexpensive Catalytic Materials.” New Horizons in Biotechnology. Thiruvananthapuram, India. Nov. 2019. Invited Presentation
43. Wang, K., Q. Ma, H. Sudiybo, J.L. Goldfarb, J.W. Tester. “Wet Biomass Waste Valorization through Hydrothermal Liquefaction and Integrated Post-Treatment Measures. AIChE Annual Meeting. Nov. 2019
42. Hubble, A.H. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Promoting deoxygenation in lignocellulosic biomass: Co-pyrolysis with in situ catalysts.” ACS Division of Energy and Fuels. Aug. 2019
41. Kriner, D.L. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Overcoming the Yuck Factor: How Public Understanding, Politics and Framing Mediate Support for Recycled Water Policies” ACS ENVR. Aug. 2019
40. Pollard, Z., Q.-T. Ha, A. Roshandelpoor, P. Vakili, E.M. Ryan, J.L. Goldfarb. “Designing activated biochars: Impacts of porosity and particle size on adsorption” ACS ENVR. Aug. 2019
39. Goldfarb, J.L., L. Fiori, M. Volpe, M. Lucian, L. Gao, Z. Pollard, A. Hubble. “Integrated Thermochemical Conversion Processes for Biofuels and Bio-products.” International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry. Paris, France. July 2019
38. Goldfarb, J.L., L. Fiori, M. Volpe, L. Gao, M. Lucian, G. Ischia, G. Severini. “Looking Beyond Routine Characterization to Understand Opportunities and Limitations of HTC for Carbon-Based Products and Applications.” 2nd International Symposium on Hydrothermal Carbonization, DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH. Berlin, Germany. May 2019
37. Gao, L. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Thermochemical Conversions of Mixed Waste Streams to Engineer Sustainable Biofuels and Water Treatment Materials.” ACS ENVR. Apr. 2019.
36. Kriner, D. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Climate Change – A “Third Rail” of American Politics?” ACS ENVR. Apr. 2019. Invited Presentation
35. Kriner, D. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Bridging Science and Policy: Raising Public Support for Renewable Energy by Increasing Public Understanding.” ACS ENVR. Apr. 2019
34. Ha, Q., A. Roshandelpoor, P. Vakili, J.L. Goldfarb, E. Ryan. “Computational design and optimization of porous heterogeneous hierarchical materials.” ACS ENVR. Aug. 2018
33. Volpe, M., L. Fiori, L. Gao, J.L. Goldfarb. “Production of Sustainable Biofuels and Advanced Carbon Materials from the Hydrothermal Carbonization of Agave Americana.” ACS ENVR. Aug. 2018
32. Perlin, A., D. Glick, W. Heiger-Bernays, D.L. Kriner, J.L. Goldfarb. “Hierarchical Polymer Foams for Photocatalyzed Water Treatment of Emerging Contaminants: Science, Technology, Policy Implications.” ACS ENVR. Aug. 2018
31. Johnson, C.A., A.L. Dennis, J.L. Goldfarb. “Effects of Metal Leaching from Quantum Dot Polymer Nanocomposites by Simulated Landfill Conditions.” ACS ENVR. Aug. 2018
30. Kriner, D. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Activating Public Support for Science: Educating Citizens for Science.” ACS ENVR. Aug. 2018
29. Del Bianco, S., L. Fiori, L. Gao, J.L. Goldfarb, G. Ischia, M. Lucian, M. Volpe. “Multiple Thermochemical Pathways for Municipal Solid Waste Valorization to Biofuels and Bioproducts.” ACS ENVR. Aug. 2018
29. Goldfarb, J.L., L. Gao, L. Fiori, M. Volpe. “Sustainable Water Treatment Materials via Hydrothermal Carbonization, Secondary Biofuel Extraction, and Activation of Prickly Pear Cactus.” ACS ENVR. Mar. 2018
27. Berger. M., R. Gurney, L. Lobel, J.L. Goldfarb. “Integration of Environmental Research into the Teaching Laboratory.” ACS Division of Chemical Education. Aug. 2017
26. Goldfarb, J.L. G. Dou, J. Xue and C. Ashman. “Re-engineering the Integrated Biorefinery: A Materials Approach to in situ Biofuel Upgrading.” 21st Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference. June 2017. Keynote Address
25. Goldfarb, J.L. and G. Dou. “Impact of Bentonite clay on in situ upgrading of hydrothermal carbonization and pyrolysis biofuels and biochars for renewable fuel and sustainable material production.” 1st International Symposium on Hydrothermal Carbonization, Queen Mary University of London. London, England. Apr. 2017
24. Gopu, C.* and J.L. Goldfarb. “Integrated Municipal Solid Waste Management: Renewable Energy and Activated Carbons for Leachate Treatment.” ACS ENVR. Apr. 2017
23. Goldfarb, J.L. G. Dou, J. Xue. “Re-Engineering the Integrated Biorefinery: A Materials Approach to in situ Biofuel Upgrading.” AIChE International Congress on Sustainability Science and Engineering. Suzhou, China. Oct. 2016
22. Dou, G., and J.L. Goldfarb. “Exploiting the catalytic activity of clay minerals on in situ upgrading of pyrolysis biofuels with simultaneous production of heterogeneous adsorbents for water treatment” ACS ENVR, Aug. 2016
21. Suleimenov, A., and J.L. Goldfarb. “Demineralization Pathways for Oil Shale Semicoke Byproduct Conversion to a Sorbent Material.” ACS Energy and Fuels. Aug. 2016
20. Goldfarb, J.L., S. Emenyonu* and J. Xue. “Integrated Processes for Waste Management, Energy Recovery, and the Production of Materials for Environmental Applications.” ACS ENVR. Mar. 2016
19. Goldfarb, J.L., E.M.Ryan, A. Vyas*, L. Barroso-Luque*. “Alternatives to Waste for Alternative Fossil Fuels: Improving Oil Shale’s Viability via Conversion of Semicoke to Flue Gas Adsorbents and Zeolite Precursors.” 2015 TECO Green Tech, Taiwan. Aug. 2015
18. Xue, J., E. Ziade and J.L. Goldfarb. “Integrated Biofuel and Nanomaterial Production via Pyrolysis of Silver Nitrate Impregnated Biomass.” ACS Energy and Fuels. Aug. 2015
17. Vyas, A. * and J.L. Goldfarb. “Waste-to-byproduct Conversion of Oil Shale Semicoke and Ash to Sorbent and Zeolite Precursors.” ACS Energy and Fuels. Aug. 2015
16. Goldfarb, J.L. and D.L. Kriner. “Enticing the American Public to Pay for Renewable Energy: The Mediating Roles of the Scientist and Environmental vs. Political Policy Goals.” ACS ENVR, Aug. 2014
15. Ford, J. *, M. Berger, J.L. Goldfarb “Fabrication of Activated Biochars from Avocado Pits and Their Adsorption Capacity for Oxytetracycline from Wastewater.” ACS ENVR, Aug. 2014
14. Hintz, C. and J.L. Goldfarb “Fabrication of Bio-based Activated Carbons for Removal of Aqueous Pharmaceuticals.” ACS ENVR, Mar. 2014
13. Goldfarb, J.L. and L. Buessing. “Multiple Byproduct Pathways for Olive Mill Waste Mitigation: Pyrolysis and Combustion of Supercritical CO2 Extracted Biomass.” ACS ENVR, Apr. 2013
12. Celaya, A.M. and J. L. Goldfarb. “Pyrolysis Kinetics of Domestic and Non-domestic Coal, Locally Sourced Biomass Waste, and Their Blends.” ACS Energy & Fuels. April 2013
11. Buessing, L. and J.L. Goldfarb. “Energy Along I-95: Pyrolysis Kinetics of Floridian Cabbage Palm.” ACS Division of Petroleum Chemistry, Mar. 2012
10. Celaya, A.M., A.T. Lade* and J.L. Goldfarb. “Barley, Hops and Coal: Pyrolysis Kinetics of Locally Sourced Coal-Biomass Blends.” ACS Fuel Division, Mar. 2012
9. Goldfarb, J.L., B. Datangel* and I. Külaots. “Oil Shale Semicoke as a Carbon Source: Sorbent Capacity, Reactivity and Entrained Compounds as Functions of Pyrolysis Temperature and Shale Origin.”  ACS ENVR. Aug. 2010
8. Goldfarb, J.L., I. Külaots and E.M. Suuberg. “Characterization, Kinetics and Potential Utilization of Oil Shale Semicoke.” ACS Fuel Division. Aug. 2009
7. Külaots, I., J. Goldfarb and E.M. Suuberg. “Properties of Carbon from Oil Shale Semicokes.” Oil Shale Symposium. June 2009
6. Külaots, I., J. Goldfarb and E.M. Suuberg. “Properties and Potential Applications of Carbon Byproduct from Oil Shale Semicokes.” Carbon. June 2009
5. Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. “Application of Raoult’s Law to Model Contaminant Mixtures of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons.” ACS Fuel Division. Mar. 2009
4. Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. “Investigation of the Thermodynamic Ideality of Mixtures of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons.” ACS Fuel Division. Apr. 2008
3. Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. “Vapor Pressures and Thermodynamics of Model Mixtures of Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds Compared to Raoult’s Law Predictions.” ACS ENVR. Aug. 2007
2. Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. “The Thermodynamic Effects of Adding Heteroatoms to Anthracene as Measured by the Knudsen Effusion Technique.” ACS Fuel Division. Aug. 2007
1. Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. “Vapor Pressures and Enthalpies of Sublimation of Several Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds as Determined via the Knudsen Effusion Method.” ACS Fuel Division. Mar. 2007

 

Poster Presentations and Non-Referred Conference Presentations

(Italics indicate presenting author(s); * Undergraduate Researcher)

40. Mariuzza, D.*, G. Lin, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS ENVR. Mar. 2020
39. Ma, L. and J.L. Goldfarb. ACS ENVR. Aug 2019
38. Hubble, A.H., J.L. Goldfarb ACS. Sci-Mix. Aug 2019
37. Ma, Q., K. Wang, J.W. Tester, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS FUEL. Aug 2019
36. Wang, F., A. Hubble, L. Gao, J.L. Goldfarb ACS Sci-Mix. Aug 2019
35. Wang, F., A. Hubble, L. Gao, J.L. Goldfarb ACS ENVR. Aug 2019
34. Pollard, Z., Ha, Q., A. Roshandelpoor, P. Vakili, E.M. Ryan, J.L. Goldfarb. Cabot Corp. Student Materials Research Forum, May 2019
33. Karod, M.*, A. Perlin, M.N. Ismail, M. Berger, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS CHED. Apr. 2019
32. Dupree. K., E.M. Ryan, J.L Goldfarb. ACS Sci-Mix. Aug. 2018
31. Dupree. K., E.M. Ryan, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS ENVR. Aug. 2018
30. Ha, Q., A. Roshandelpoor, P. Vakili, J.L. Goldfarb, E.M. Ryan. ACS ENVR. Aug. 2018
29. Ha, Q., A. Roshandelpoor, P. Vakili, J.L. Goldfarb, E.M. Ryan. ACS Sci-Mix. Aug. 2018
28. Volpe, M., L. Fiori, L. Gao, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS Sci-Mix. Aug. 2018
27. Karod, M.*, M. Berger, C. Johnson, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS Sci-Mix. Aug. 2017
26. Karod, M.*, M. Berger, C. Johnson, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS ENVR. Aug. 2017
25. Gao, L., J.L. Goldfarb. New England Energy Research Forum. June 2017
24. Suleimenov, A. J.L. Goldfarb. Cabot Corp. Student Materials Research Forum, June 2016
23. Vyas. A.,*,  J.L. Goldfarb. Gulf Coast Research Symposium. Oct. 2015. 1st Place, Energy Category, Materials Science Division.
22. Quinn, P., A.Vyas*, J.L.Goldfarb. Colorado School of Mines Oil Shale Symposium. Oct. 2015
21. Vyas, A.*, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS Division of Chemical Education (CHED). Aug. 2015
20. Xiang, L.*, E. Gunn, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS CHED. Aug. 2015
19. Su, S., Y. Jiang, A. Patnaik, J.L. Goldfarb, U. Pal, S. Basu. Materials Research Society University Chapter’s “Sustainability @ My School” Contest (1st prize) Nov. 2014
18. Goldfarb, J.L. 14th EuCheMS International Conference on Chemistry and the Environment. June 2013, Barcelona, Spain
17. Miller, K.L.*, A.M. Celaya, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS CHED. Apr. 2013
16. Yangali, P.*, A.M. Celaya, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS CHED. Apr. 2013
15. Cicilio, P.* A.M Celaya, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS CHED. Aug. 2012
14. D’Amico, A.*, J.L. Goldfarb, I. Kulaots, E.M. Suuberg. ACS CHED. Aug. 2012
13. Pappas, L.E.*, A.M Celaya, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS CHED. Aug. 2012
12. Celaya, A.M., A.T. Lade*, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS Sci-Mix, Mar. 2012
11. Lade, A.T.*, L. Buessing, M. Berger, J.L. Goldfarb. ACS CHED. Mar. 2012
10. Datangel, B.*, J.L. Goldfarb, I. Kulaots. 9th Annual Undergraduate Symposium on Sustainability and the Environment. Bridgewater State University. Nov. 2010
9. Datangel, B.*, J.L. Goldfarb, I. Kulaots.  ACS CHED. Aug. 2010
8. Thomas, K.*, Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. ACS CHED. August 2009
7. Goldfarb, J.L. and E.M. Suuberg. Superfund Research Program Annual Meeting, Dec. 2008
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