Gregory Chatel
Gregory Chatel
EDYTEM, Univ. Savoie Mont Blanc/CNRS
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Mixing ionic liquids–“simple mixtures” or “double salts”?
G Chatel, JFB Pereira, V Debbeti, H Wang, RD Rogers
Green Chemistry 16 (4), 2051-2083, 2014
Oxidation of lignin using ionic liquids An innovative strategy to produce renewable chemicals
G Chatel, RD Rogers
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 2 (3), 322-339, 2014
Review: Oxidation of lignin using ionic liquids - An innovative strategy to produce renewable chemicals
G Chatel, RD Rogers
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 2 (3), 322-339, 2014
Heterogeneous catalytic oxidation for lignin valorization into valuable chemicals: what results? What limitations? What trends?
R Behling, S Valange, G Chatel
Green chemistry 18 (7), 1839-1854, 2016
Contribution of deep eutectic solvents for biomass processing: opportunities, challenges, and limitations
KDO Vigier, G Chatel, F Jérôme
ChemCatChem 7 (8), 1250-1260, 2015
Correlating the structure and composition of ionic liquids with their toxicity on Vibrio fischeri: a systematic study
S Viboud, N Papaiconomou, A Cortesi, G Chatel, M Draye, D Fontvieille
Journal of hazardous materials 215, 40-48, 2012
Ionic liquids and ultrasound in combination: synergies and challenges
G Chatel, DR Macfarlane
Chemical Society Reviews 43 (23), 8132-8149, 2014
How sonochemistry contributes to green chemistry?
G Chatel
Ultrasonics sonochemistry 40, 117-122, 2018
Evaluating ionic liquids as hypergolic fuels: Exploring reactivity from molecular structure
PD McCrary, G Chatel, SA Alaniz, OA Cojocaru, PA Beasley, LA Flores, ...
Energy & fuels 28 (5), 3460-3473, 2014
Synthesis of maleic and fumaric acids from furfural in the presence of betaine hydrochloride and hydrogen peroxide
N Araji, DD Madjinza, G Chatel, A Moores, F Jérôme, KDO Vigier
Green Chemistry 19 (1), 98-101, 2017
Sonochemistry: what potential for conversion of lignocellulosic biomass into platform chemicals?
G Chatel, K De Oliveira Vigier, F Jérôme
ChemSusChem 7 (10), 2774-2787, 2014
Facile pulping of lignocellulosic biomass using choline acetate
F Cheng, H Wang, G Chatel, G Gurau, RD Rogers
Bioresource technology 164, 394-401, 2014
Avoid the PCB mistakes: a more sustainable future for ionic liquids
G Chatel, E Naffrechoux, M Draye
Journal of hazardous materials 324, 773-780, 2017
Depolymerization of cellulose to processable glucans by non-thermal technologies
F Jérôme, G Chatel, KDO Vigier
Green Chemistry 18 (14), 3903-3913, 2016
H2O2/NaHCO3-mediated enantioselective epoxidation of olefins in NTf2-based ionic liquids and under ultrasound
G Chatel, C Goux-Henry, A Mirabaud, T Rossi, N Kardos, B Andrioletti, ...
J. Catal 291, 127-132, 2012
Sonocatalysis: a potential sustainable pathway for the valorization of lignocellulosic biomass and derivatives
E Kuna, R Behling, S Valange, G Chatel, JC Colmenares
Chemistry and Chemical Technologies in Waste Valorization, 1-20, 2017
Sonochemistry: new opportunities for green chemistry
G Chatel
World Scientific Publishing Company, 2016
Sonochemical oxidation of vanillyl alcohol to vanillin in the presence of a cobalt oxide catalyst under mild conditions
R Behling, G Chatel, S Valange
Ultrasonics sonochemistry 36, 27-35, 2017
Ultrasound and ionic liquid: An efficient combination to tune the mechanism of alkenes epoxidation
G Chatel, C Goux-Henry, N Kardos, J Suptil, B Andrioletti, M Draye
Ultrasonics sonochemistry 19 (3), 390-394, 2012
Efficient and Selective Oxidation of D‐Glucose into Gluconic acid under Low‐Frequency Ultrasonic Irradiation
D Rinsant, G Chatel, F Jérôme
ChemCatChem 6 (12), 3355-3359, 2014
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