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Prof. Jim Brenner Research and Teaching

Brenner Publications

  1. " The Use of Sulfide Cluster-Derived Catalysts to Understand the Promotional Effe", J.R. Brenner, B.T. Carvill, and L.T. Thompson,
    , (1992) 463-478.
  2. " Synthesis and Characterization of Molybdenum Nitride Hydrodenitrogenation Catal", J.G. Choi, J.R. Brenner, C.W. Colling, B.G. Demczyk, J.L. Dunning,
    and L.T. Thompson, , (1992) 201-222.
  3. " Characterization of HDS/HDN Active Sites in Cluster-Derived and Conventionally-", J.R. Brenner and L.T. Thompson, ,
    (1994) 101-112.
  4. " Infrared Spectroscopic Characterization of Sulfide Cluster-Derived Ensembles", J.R.
    Brenner and L.T. Thompson, in: , ed. by L.T. Thompson and A.K. Datye, Materials Research Society,
    (1995) 203-208.
  5. " Pyridine Hydrodenitrogenation over Molybdenum Carbide Catalysts", J.G. Choi, J.R.
    Brenner, and L.T. Thompson, , (1995) 33-40.
  6. " Oxide Supported MoS2 Catalysts of Unusual Morphology", A.K. Datye, S. Srinivasan,
    L.F. Allard, C.H.F. Peden, J.R. Brenner, and L.T. Thompson, , (1996)
  7. " Designer Carbons Templated by Pillared Clays: Lithium Secondary Battery Anodes",
    G. Sandi, K.A Carrado, R.E. Winans, J.R. Brenner, and G.W. Zajac,
    , (1996) 39-44.
  8. " Microwave Plasma Synthesis of Carbon-Supported Ultrafine Metal Particles", J.R. Brenner,
    J.B.L. Harkness, M.B. Knickelbein, G.K. Krumdick, and C.L. Marshall, ,
    (1997) 1-17.
  9. " Structural Characterization of Rhodium-Containing Hydrodesulfurization (HDS) Ca", J.R. Brenner, C.L.
    Marshall, G. Nieman, E.K. Parks, S.J. Riley, L. Ellis, N.A. Tomczyk, and R.E.
    Winans, , (1997) 294-305.
  10. " Crystal Growth of Organo-Hectorite Clay as Revealed by Atomic Force Microscopy", K.A. Carrado, G.W. Zajac, K. Song, and J.R. Brenner, ,
    (1997) 2895-2902.
  11. " Materials Derived from Synthetic Organo-Clay Complexes as Novel Hydrodesulfuriz", K.A. Carrado, J. R. Brenner, C.L.
    Marshall, and K. Song, , (1998) 17-26.
  12. " Microstructural Characterization of an HDS-Active Co6S8-Pillared Molybdenum Sul", J.R. Brenner, C.L. Marshall, L. Ellis, N.A. Tomczyk, J. Heising, and
    M.G. Kanatzidis, , (1998) 1244-1257.
  13. " Cell Surface Area and Foam Flammability", M.K. Williams, G.L. Nelson, J.R.
    Brenner, E.S. Weiser, E.S., and T.L. St. Clair, Proceedings of Recent Advances in
    Flame Retardancy of Polymeric Materials
    , May, 2001.
  14. " High Performance Polyimide Foams", M.K. Williams, G.L. Nelson, J.R.
    Brenner, E.S. Weiser, E.S., and T.L. St. Clair, ed. by G.L. Nelson and C.A. Wilkie,
    in , American Chemical Society/Oxford Press (2001) 49-62.
  15. " Development of a Passively Cooled, Electrically Heated Hydride (PACE) Bed",
    J.E. Klein, J.R. Brenner, and E.F. Dyer, , (2002) 782-787.
  16. " Effects of Cell Structure and Density on the Properties of High Performance Pol", M.K. Williams, E.S. Weiser, J.E. Fesmire, B.W. Grimsley, T.M. Smith,
    J.R. Brenner, and G.L. Nelson, , , 2005, 167-174.
  17. " Chemical Engineering Data Analysis Made Easy with DataFit", J.R. Brenner, , Winter, 2006, pp. 60-65.
  18. " Incorporation of Data Analysis Throughout the Chemical Engineering Curriculum M", J.R. Brenner, , (Fall, 2007), 253-257. Special Issue: 7th International Symposium on Polymer for Advanced Technologies, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA, 21-24 September, 2003. Issue Edited by Patrick E. Cassidy, William H. Daly, Robson F. Storey, Kevin D. Belfield, and Lillian Garcia.
  19. " Density Effects in High Performance Polyimide Foam Materials". Martha K. Williams; Erik S. Weiser, Brian W. Grimsley, Gordon L. Nelson, and James R. Brenner. Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering (2003), 89, 849-885.
  20.  " Aromatic Polyimide Foams: Factors That Lead to High Fire Performance", M.K. Williams, D.B. Holland, O. Melendez, E.S. Weiser, J.R. Brenner and G.L. Nelson. Polymer Degradation and Stability. doi:10.1016/j.polymdegradstab.2003.12.012. Available online 11 November 2004.
  21. Hydrogen Purification with Palladium and Palladium Alloys on Porous Stainless S. J.R. Bhagat, and P.M. Vasa. (2008), , 109-125.
  22.  " Interdisciplinary Lab Course in Nanotechnology for Freshmen at the Florida Inst", K.J. Chapter 17 of . A. Sweeney and S. Seal, Editors. pp. 269-291. American Scientific Publishers, 25650 North Lewis Way, Stevenson Ranch, California 91381-1439, USA, 2008.
  23. " Pd/TiO2-Coated Tape for Detection of Hydrogen Gas Leaks", N. Mohajeri, A. T.-Raissi, G. Bokerman, J.E. Captain, B.V. Peterson, M. Whitten, S. Trigwell, C. Berger, and J.R. Brenner. , (2010) 208-214.
  24. " Pd/TiO2-Coated Tape for Detection of Hydrogen Gas Leaks", K. Birthare, C. Gross-Jones, J.R. Brenner, and C.A. Bashur. , (2014) S129-S129.
  25. " Tracking Ammonium Dihydrogen Phosphate Self-Assembly: An Easy Experiment to Tea", J.R. Brenner, Y. Lin, K. Hari, and J. Badziak, Jr.. Journal of Nano Education, 7 (2015) 1-7. doi: 10.1166/jne.2016.1088.
  26. " Pd/TiO2-Coated Tape for Detection of Hydrogen Gas Leaks", K. Birthare, M. Shojaee, J.R. Brenner, and C.A. Bashur. , (2016) 025019. DOI: 10.1088/1748-6041/11/2/025019.