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Journal Articles

18.       X. Su, A. Kushima, C. Halliday, J. Zhou, J. Li, T. A. Hatton. Electrochemically-mediated selective capture of heavy metal chromium and arsenic oxyanions from water. Nature Communications, 2018, 9, 4701. 

17.       J. Lee, P. Srimuk, S. Fleischmann, X. Su, T. A. Hatton, V. Presser. Redox-electrolytes for non-flow electrochemical energy storage: a critical review and best practiceProgress in Materials Science2018, In Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmatsci.2018.10.005

16.       L. Bromberg, X. Su, K. Philips, T. A. Hatton. Magnesium Thiodialkanoates: Dually-Functional Additives to Organic Coatings. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research2018, 57(32), 10992–11004.

15.        T. Winter, X. Su, T. A. Hatton, M. Gallei. Ferrocene-Containing Inverse Opals by Melt-Shear Organization of Core/Shell ParticlesMacromolecular Rapid Communications2018, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/marc.201800428

14.        X. Su, T. A. Hatton. Electrosorption at functional interfaces: from molecular-level interactions to electrochemical cell design. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics2017, 19, 23570-23584. [Back-Cover Highlight]

12.        X. Su, J. Hubner, M. Kauke, L. Dalbosco, C. Gonsalez, J. Thomas, E. Zhu, M. Franzreb, T.F. Jamison, T.A. Hatton.  Redox Interfaces for Electrochemically Controlled Protein-Surface Interactions: Bioseparations and Heterogeneous Enzyme Catalysis. Chemistry of Materials2017, 29 (13), 5702-5712.

12.        X. Su, K.J. Tan, J. Elbert, C. Ruttiger, M. Gallei, T.F. Jamison, T.A. Hatton. Asymmetric Faradaic systems for selective electrochemical separations. Energy & Environmental Science2017, 10, 1272-1283.

11.        X. Su, T.A. Hatton. Redox-electrodes for selective electrochemical separations, State-of-Art Perspective. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, 2017, 244, 6-20.

10.        X. Su, L. Bromberg, V. Martis, F. Simeon, A. Huq, T.A. Hatton. Post-synthetic Functionalization of Mg-MOF-74 with Tetraethylenepentamine: Structural Characterization and Enhanced CO2 Adsorption. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2017, 9 (12), 11299-11306.

9.         X. Su, L. Bromberg, K.J. Tan, T.F. Jamison, L.K. Padhye, T.A. Hatton. Electrochemically Mediated Reduction of Nitrosamines by Hemin-Functionalized Redox Electrodes. Environmental Science & Technology Letters, 2017, 4 (4), 161-167.

8.         J.R. Du, X. Su, X. Feng. Chitosan/sericin blend membranes for adsorption of bovine serum albumin. The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2017, 95 (5), 954-960.

7.         X. Su, H. Kulik, T.F. Jamison, T.A. Hatton. Anion-selective redox electrodes: electrochemically-mediated separation with organometallic interfaces. Advanced Functional Materials. 2016, 26(20), 3394-3404. [Back-Cover Highlight]

6.         L. Bromberg,  X. Su, V. Martis, Y. Zhang, T.A. Hatton. Self-Decontaminating Fibrous Materials Reactive toward Chemical ThreatsACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2016, 8 (27), 17555-17654.

5.         L. Bromberg, X. Su, T.A. Hatton. Functional Networks of Organic and Coordination Polymers for Fructose Conversion. Chemistry of Materials, 2014, 26 (21), 6257-6264.

4.         J. Kozak, J.Wu, X. Su, F. Simeon, T.A. Hatton, T.F. Jamison. Bromine-Catalyzed Conversion of CO2 and Epoxides to Cyclic Carbonates under Continuous Flow Conditions. Journal of American Chemical Society2013, 135 (49), 18497-18501.

3.         L. Bromberg, X. Su, T.A. Hatton. Heteropolyacid-Functionalized Aluminum 2-Aminoterephthalate Metal-Organic Frameworks as Reactive Aldehyde Sorbents and Catalysts. ACS Applied Materials Interfaces, 2013, 5 (12), 5468{5477.

2.         L. Bromberg, X. Su, T.A. Hatton. Aldehyde Self-Condensation Catalysis by Aluminum Aminoterephthalate Metal-Organic Frameworks Modified with Aluminum Isopropoxide. Chemistry of Materials2013, 25 (9), 1636-1642.

1.         X. Su, C. Vesco, J. Fleming, V. Choh. Density of Ocular Components of the Bovine eyeOptometry and Vision Science, 2009, 86(10), 1187-1195.

 

Patents

4.        X. Su, T. A. Hatton. U.S. Patent Application No. 62/413960. Use of electrochemical devices or systems comprising redox-functionalized electrodes for bioseparation and biocatalysis. International No. PCT/US2017/058888.

3.        L. Bromberg, X. Su , T. A. Hatton. U.S. Patent No. 15/592,160. Selective reduction of tobacco specific nitrosamines and related methods.

2.        X. Su , D. Achilleos, T. A. Hatton. U.S. Patent No. 15/336,637. Electrochemical devices or systems comprising redox-functionalized electrodes and uses thereof.

1.        X. Su , D. Achilleos, T. A. Hatton. International Patent WO2017/075263. Electrochemical devices or systems comprising redox-functionalized electrodes and uses thereof.