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Thermophysical Properties of Polyol Ester Lubricants

Thomas J. Bruno, Tara J. Fortin, Marcia L. Huber, Arno D. Laesecke, Eric W. Lemmon, Elisabeth Mansfield, Mark O. McLinden, Stephanie L. Outcalt, Richard A. Perkins, Kimberly N. Urness, Jason A. Widegren
This report summarizes the results of work performed for the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division by the National Institute of Standards and Technology

Quantification of carbon nanotubes in environmental matrices: Current capabilities, case studies, and future improvements

Elijah J. Petersen, D. X. Flores-Cervantes, Thomas Bucheli, Lindsay C. Elliott, Jeffrey A. Fagan, Alexander Gogos, Shannon Hanna, Antonio R. Montoro Bustos, Desiree L. Plata, Vytautas Reipa, Paul Westerhoff, Michael R. Winchester, Elisabeth Mansfield
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have numerous exciting potential applications approaching commercialization. As such, quantitative measurements of CNTs in key

New perspective on glycoside hydrolase binding to lignin from pretreated corn stover

John M. Yarbrough, Ashutosh Mittal, Elisabeth Mansfield, Larry Taylor, Sarah Hobdey, Deanne W. Sammond, Yannick J. Bomble, Michael F. Crowley, Stephen R. Decker, Michael E. Himmel, Todd B. Vinzant
Non-specific binding of cellulases to lignin has been implicated as a major factor in the loss of cellulase activity during biomass conversion to sugars. It is

Predicting enzyme adsoprtion to lignin films from enzyme surface hydrophobicity

Deanne W. Sammond, John M. Yarbrough, Elisabeth Mansfield, Yannick J. Bomble, Sarah Hobdey, Stephen R. Decker, Larry Taylor, Michael G. Resch, Michael E. Himmel, Todd B. Vinzant, Michael F. Crowley
The loss of digestive activity of cellulase cocktails on biomass is a major challenge, commonly attributed to the binding of certain enzymes to lignin. While