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182.  J. Glasing, P. G. Jessop, P. Champagne, “Microsuspension Polymerization of Styrene Using Cellulose Nanocrystals as Pickering Emulsifiers: On the Evolution of Latex Particles”, Langmuir (2020) 36, 796-809.

181.  P. G. Jessop, “Editorial: Evidence of a significant advance in green chemistry”, Green Chem. (2020) 22, 13-15.

180.  S. N. Ellis, A. Riabtseva, R. R. Dykeman, S. Hargreaves, T. Robert, P. Champagne, M. F. Cunningham, P. G. Jessop, “Nitrogen Rich CO2-Responsive Polymers as Forward Osmosis Draw Solutes”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. (2019) 58, 22579-22586.

179.  H. Poole, J. Gauthier, J. Vanderveen, P. G. Jessop, R. Lee, “Use of a switchable-hydrophilicity solvent as both solvent and catalyst in aldol condensation”, Green Chem. (2019) 21, 6263-6267.

178.  X, Su, P. G. Jessop, M. F. Cunningham, “Versatility of Organocatalyzed Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization and CO2-switching for Preparing Both Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Polymers with Recycling of Photocatalyst”, Macromolecules (2019) 52, 6725-6733.

177.  M. Cunningham, P. G. Jessop, “Carbon dioxide switchable polymers: where are the future opportunities?”, Macromolecules (2019) 52, 6801-6816.

176.  K. Viner, H. M. Roy, R. Lee, O. He, P. Champagne, P. G. Jessop, “Transesterification of soybean oil using a switchable-hydrophilicity solvent, 2-(dibutylamino)ethanol”, Green Chem. (2019) 21, 4786-4791.

175.  R. Kandel, G. Schatte, P. G. Jessop, “Rh(I) and Ru(II) phosphaamidine and phosphaguanidine (1,3-P,N) complexes and their activity for CO2 hydrogenation”, Dalton Trans. (2019) 48, 12512-12521.

174.  T. Hurst, J. Deichert, L. Kapeniak, R. Lee, J. Harris, P. G. Jessop, V. Snieckus, “Sodium Methyl Carbonate as an Effective C-1 Synthon. Synthesis of Carboxylic Acids, Benzophenones and Unsymmetrical Ketones”, Org. Lett. (2019) 21, 3882-3885.

173. A. Darabi, A. R. Shirin-Abadi, R. Abbas, S. Avar, P. Jessop, M. Cunningham, “Surfactant-Free Emulsion Copolymerization of Styrene and Methyl Methacrylate for Preparation of Water-Redispersible Polymeric Powders”, J. Polym. Sci. A: Polym. Chem. (2018) 56, 2376-2381. 172. A. Cicci, G. Sed, P. G. Jessop, M. Bravi, “A novel switchable-hydrophilicity, natural deep eutectic solvent (NaDES)-based system for bio-safe biorefinery”, RSC Adv. (2018) 8, 37092-37097. 171. X, Su, P. G. Jessop, M. F. Cunningham, “ATRP Catalyst Removal and Ligand Recycling Using CO2-Switchable Materials”, Macromolecules (2018) 51, 8156-8164. 170. K. Viner, P. Champagne, P. G. Jessop, “Comparison of cell disruption techniques prior to lipid extraction from Scenedesmus species slurries for biodiesel production using liquid CO2”, Green Chem. (2018) 20, 4330-4338. 169. J. R. Vanderveen, J. Geng, S. Zhang, P. G. Jessop, “Diamines as switchable-hydrophilicity solvents with improved phase behaviour”, RSC Adv. (2018) 8, 27318-27325. 168. A. Cicci, G. Sed, P. G. Jessop, M. Bravi, “Circular Extraction: An Innovative Use of Switchable Solvents for the Biomass Biorefinery”, Green Chem. (2018) 20, 3908-3911. 167. J. Harris, K. Viner, P. Champagne, P. G. Jessop, “Advances in microalgae lipid extraction for biofuel production: a review”, Biofuels, Bioproducts & Biorefining (2018) 12, 1118-1135. 166. A. R. Shirin-Abadi, M. Gorji, S. Rezaee, P. G. Jessop, M. F. Cunningham “CO2-Switchable-Hydrophilicity Membrane (CO2-SHM) Triggered by Electric Potential: Faster Switching Time along with Efficient Oil/Water Separation”, Chem. Commun. (2018) 54, 8478-8481. 165. J. Glasing, P. G. Jessop, P. Champagne, M. F. Cunningham, “Graft-modified cellulose nanocrystals as CO2-switchable Pickering emulsifiers”, Polymer Chem. (2018) 9, 3864-3872. 164. M. Bluow, L. Barreto, C. Beaudry, D. Brooks, M. Jean, P. Jessop, C. Lajeunesse, S. Liang, R. Luke, D. Peers, J. M. Thompson, A. Whitelaw, D. A. Wolfe, E. Mongin, R. D. Berry, W. Zych, A. Maxwell, “Competing in a Global Innovation Economy: The Current State of R&D in Canada”, Expert Panel on the State of Science and Technology and Industrial Research and Development in Canada, Council of Canadian Academies, Ottawa, 2018. 163. J. Ho, B. Mudraboyina, C. Spence-Elder, R. Resendes, M. F. Cunningham, P. G. Jessop, “Water-borne coatings that share the mechanism of action of oil-based coatings”, Green Chem. (2018) 20, 1899-1905. 162. S Ge, S. Qiu, D. Tremblay, K. Viner, P. Champagne, and P. G. Jessop, “Centrate wastewater treatment with Chlorella vulgaris: Simultaneous enhancement of nutrient removal, biomass and lipid production”, Chem. Eng. J. (2018) 342, 310-320. 161. J. R. Vanderveen, S. Burra, J. Geng, A. Goyon, A. Jardine, H. E. Shin, Tamer Andrea, P. J. Dyson, and P. G. Jessop, “Characterizing the Effects of a Switchable Water Additive on the Aqueous Solubility of Small Molecules”, ChemPhysChem (2018) 19, 2093-2100. 160. P. G. Jessop and L. M. Reyes, “GreenCentre Canada: An Experimental Model for Green Chemistry Commercialization”, Physical Science Reviews (2018) 3(6) doi:10.1515/psr-2017-0189. 159. X. Yuan, B. Richter, K. Jiang, K. Boniface, A. Cormier, C. Sanders, C. Palmer, P. G. Jessop, M. Cunningham, R. Oleschuk, “Carbonated water for the separation of carboxylic compounds: a chromatography approach”, Green Chem. (2018) 20, 440-448. 158. M. A. Affan, G. Schatte, P. G. Jessop, “Synthesis, Characterization and Catalytic Studies of two Ni(II) Complexes of Pentane-2,4-dionate”, Inorg. Chim. Acta (2018) 471, 777-781. 157. P. G. Jessop, “Fundamental properties and practical applications of ionic liquids: concluding remarks”, Faraday Discussions (2018) 206, 587-601.
156. J. Glasing, J. Bouchard, P. G. Jessop, P. Champagne, and M. F. Cunningham, “Grafting well-defined CO2-responsive polymers to cellulose nanocrystals via nitroxide-mediated polymerisation: effect of graft density and molecular weight on dispersion behaviour”, Polymer Chem. (2017) 8, 6000-6012. 155. O. Garcia-Valdez, T. Brescacin, J. Arredondo, J. Bouchard, P. G. Jessop, P. Champagne, and M. F. Cunningham, “Grafting CO2-responsive polymers from cellulose nanocrystals via nitroxide-mediated polymerisation”, Polymer Chem. (2017) 8, 4124-4131. 154. M. A. Affan, P. G. Jessop, “Catalytic Formylation of Primary and Secondary Amines with CO2 and H2 using Abundant Metal Catalysts”, Inorg. Chem. (2017) 56, 7301-7305. 153. J. Arredondo, P. G. Jessop, P. Champagne, J. Bouchard, M. F. Cunningham, “Synthesis of Carbon Dioxide Responsive Cellulose Nanocrystals by Surface-Initiated Cu(0)-Mediated Polymerisation”, Green Chem. (2017) 19, 4141-4152. 152. A. R. Shirin-Abadi, P. G. Jessop, M. Cunningham, “In situ use of aqueous RAFT prepared poly (2-(diethylamino)ethyl methacrylate) as a stabilizer for preparation of CO2 switchable latexes”, Macromol. React. Eng. (2017) 11, 1600035. 151. X. Yuan, E. G. Kim, C. A. Sanders, B. E. Richter, M. F. Cunningham, P. G. Jessop, and R. D. Oleschuk, “CO2 Modified Solvents for Chromatographic Separation”, Green Chem. (2017) 19, 1757-1765. 150. X. Su, P. G. Jessop, M. F. Cunningham, “Preparing Artificial Latexes Using a Switchable Hydrophilicity Solvent”, Green Chem. (2017) 19, 1889-1894. 149. A. Darabi, J. Glasing, P. G. Jessop, M. Cunningham, “Preparation of CO2-Switchable Latexes Using Dimethylaminopropyl Methacrylamide (DMAPMAm)”, J. Polym. Sci. A: Polym. Chem. (2017) 55, 1059-1066. 148. P. G. Jessop, W. Leitner, “Green Chemistry in 2017”, Green Chem. (2017) 19, 15-17.
147. M. Cunningham, P. G. Jessop, A. Darabi, X. Su, “Carbon Dioxide Switchable Polymers and Processes in Polymer Reaction Engineering”, Macromol. Symp. (2016), 370, 92-98. 146. A. R. Shirin-Abadi, R. Abbas, A. Darabi, P. G. Jessop, M. Cunningham, “Tuning the aggregation and redispersion behavior of CO2-switchable latexes by a combination of DMAEMA and PDMAEMA-b-PMMA as stabilizing moieties,” Polymer (2016), 106, 303-312. 145. M. Bluow, L. Barreto, C. Beaudry, D. Brooks, M. Jean, P. Jessop, C. Lajeunesse, S. Liang, R. Luke, D. Peers, J. M. Thompson, A. Whitelaw, D. A. Wolfe, E. Mongin, R. D. Berry, W. Zych, A. Maxwell, “Preliminary Data Update on Canadian Research Performance and International Reputation”, Council of Canadian Academies, Ottawa, 2016. 144. R. Lee, J. Harris, P. Champagne, P. G. Jessop, “CO2-catalysed conversion of carbohydrates to 5-hydroxymethyl furfural”, Green Chem. (2016) 18, 6305-6310. 143. R. Lee, J. R. Vanderveen, P. Champagne, P. G. Jessop, “CO2-catalysed aldol condensation of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural and acetone to a jet fuel precursor”, Green Chem. (2016) 18, 5118-5121. 142. X. Su, K. Nishizawa, E. Bultz, M. Sawamoto, M. Ouchi, P. Jessop, M. Cunningham, “Living CO2 Switchable Latexes Prepared Via Emulsion ATRP And AGET Miniemulsion ATRP”, Macromolecules (2016) 49, 6251-6259. 141. S. Farag, B. P. Mudraboyina, P. G. Jessop, and J. Chaouki, “Impact of the Heating Mechanism on the Yield and Composition of a Bio-oil from Pyrolysis of Kraft Lignin”, Biomass & Bioenergy (2016) 95, 344-353. 140. S. Siankevich, Z. Fei, R. Scopelliti, P. Jessop, J. Zhang, N. Yan, and P. J. Dyson, “Direct Conversion of Mono- and Polysaccharides into 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural Using Ionic-Liquid Mixtures”, ChemSusChem (2016) 9, 2089-2096. 139. A. K. Alshamrani, J. Vanderveen, P. G. Jessop, “A Guide to the Selection of Switchable Functional Groups for CO2-Switchable Compounds”, PhysChemChemPhys (2016) 16, 19276-19288. 138. A. Darabi, P. G. Jessop, and M. F. Cunningham, “CO2-responsive polymeric materials: Synthesis, self-assembly, and functional applications”, Chem. Soc. Rev. (2016) 45, 4391-4436. 137. S. Ge, P. Champagne, H. Wang, P. G Jessop, and M. F. Cunningham, “Microalgae Recovery from Water for Biofuel Production under Environmentally Relevant Conditions Using CO2-Switchable Crystalline Nanocellulose”, Env. Sci. Technol. (2016) 50, 7896-7903. 136. R. Kandel, K. Huynh, L. Dalgliesh, R. Wang, and P. G. Jessop, “Contrasting Connectivity of Amidine and Phosphaamidine (1,3-P,N) Cu(I) complexes”, Inorg. Chim. Acta (2016) 445, 117-123. 135. P. G. Jessop, “The use of auxiliary substances (e.g. solvents, separation agents) should be made unnecessary wherever possible and innocuous when used”, Green Chem. (2016) 18, 2577-2578. 134. P. Dyson and P. G. Jessop, “Solvent effects in catalysis: rational improvements of catalysts via manipulation of solvent interactions”, Catal. Sci. Tech. (2016), 6, 3302-3316. 133. J. Großeheilmann, J. R. Vanderveen, P. G. Jessop and U. Kragl, “Switchable-Hydrophilicity Solvents for Product Isolation and Catalyst Recycling in Organocatalysis”, ChemSusChem (2016), 9, 696-702. 132. Y. Y. Lau, T. Andrea, P. G Jessop, and J. H. Horton, “The Effect of Switchable Additives on Colloidal Interactions Found in Oil Sands as Measured by Chemical Force Spectrometry”, Can. J. Chem. (2016) 94, 482-489. 131. B. P. Mudraboyina, S. Farag, A. Banerjee, P. G. Jessop and J. Chaouki, “Supercritical Fluid Rectification of Lignin Pyrolysis Oil Methyl Ether (LOME) and Its Use as a Bio-derived Aprotic Solvent”, Green Chem. (2016) 18, 2089-2094. 130. M. Cunningham and P. G. Jessop, “An introduction to the principles and fundamentals of CO2-switchable polymers and polymer colloid”, Eur. Polymer J. (2016) 76, 208-215. 129. K. J. Boniface, H.-B. Wang, R. R. Dykeman, A. Cormier, S. M. Mercer, G. Liu, M. F. Cunningham and P. G. Jessop, “CO2-switchable drying agents”, Green Chem. (2016) 18, 208-213. 128. J. R. Vanderveen, R. I. Canales, Y. Quan, C. Chalifoux, M. A. Stadtherr, J. F. Brennecke and P. G. Jessop, “Non-random two-liquid modelling of switchable-hydrophilicity solvent systems: N,N-dimethylcyclohexanamine, water, and toluene”, Fluid Phase Equilibria, (2016) 409, 150-156.
127. M. T. C. Ang, L. Phan, A. K. Alshamrani, J. R. Harjani, R. Wang, G. Schatte, N. J. Mosey and P. G. Jessop, “Contrasting Reactivity of CS2 with Cyclic Amidines versus Acyclic Amidines”, Eur. J. Org. Chem. (2015) 7334-7343. 126. J. Vanderveen, L. Patiny, C. Chalifoux, M. J. Jessop, P. G. Jessop, “A Virtual Screening Approach to Identifying the Greenest Compound for a Task: Application to Switchable-Hydrophilicity Solvents”, Green Chem. (2015) 17, 5182-5188. 125. R. Lee, P. G. Jessop, P. Champagne, “CO2 pressure-induced coagulation of microalgae”, Philosophical Trans. Royal Society: A (2015), 373, 20150016; DOI: 10.1098/rsta.2015.0016. 124. H.-D. Wang, P. Jessop, J. Bouchard, P. Champagne, M. Cunningham, “Cellulose Nanocrystals with CO2-Switchable Aggregation and Redispersion Properties”, Cellulose (2015) 22, 3105-3116. 123. A. Darabi, P. Jessop, M. Cunningham, “One-Pot Synthesis of Poly((Diethylamino)ethyl Methacrylate-co-Styrene)-b-Poly(Methyl Methacrylate-co-Styrene) Nanoparticles via Nitroxide-Mediated Polymerization”, Macromolecules (2015) 48, 1952-1958. 122. P. G. Jessop, F. Ahmadpour, M. A. Buczynski, T. J. Burns, N. B. Green II, R. Korwin, D. Long, S. K. Massad, J. B. Manley, N. Omidbakhsh, R. Pearl, S. Pereira, R. A. Predale, P. G. Sliva, H. VanderBilt, S. Weller, M. H. Wolf, “Opportunities for Greener Alternatives in Chemical Formulations”, Green Chem. (2015), 17, 2664-2678. 121. A. Darabi, A. Shirin-Abadi, P. G. Jessop, M. F. Cunningham, “Nitroxide-Mediated Polymerization of 2-(Diethyl) aminoethyl methacrylate (DEAEMA) in Water”, Macromolecules (2015), 48, 72-80. 120. P. G. Jessop, “Switchable Solvents as Media for Synthesis and Separations”, Aldrichimica Acta (2015) 48(1), 18-21. 119. A. Shirin-Abadi, A. Darabi, P. Jessop, M. Cunningham, “Preparation of Redispersible Polymer Latexes using Cationic Stabilizers based on 2-Dimethylaminoethyl Methacrylate Hydrochloride and 2,2′-Azobis[2-(2-imidazolin-2-yl)propane]dihydrochloride”, Polymer (2015) 60, 1-8. 118. J. Durelle, J. R. Vanderveen, Y. Quan, C. Chalifoux, J. E. Kostin, P. G. Jessop, “Extending the Range of Switchable-Hydrophilicity Solvents”, PhysChemChemPhys (2015) 17, 5308-5313. 117. A. Paudel, M. J. Jessop, S. H. Stubbins, P. Champagne, and P. G. Jessop, “Extraction of Lipids from Microalgae using CO2-expanded Methanol and Liquid CO2”, Bioresource Technology (2015) 184, 286-290. 116. B. P. Mudraboyina, D. Fu, and P. G. Jessop, “Supercritical Fluid Rectification of Lignin Microwave-Pyrolysis Oil”, Green Chem. (2015) 17, 169-172.
115. A. Darabi, A. R. Shirin-Abadi, J. Pinaud, P. G. Jessop, and M. F. Cunningham, “Nitroxide-mediated surfactant-free emulsion copolymerization of methyl methacrylate and styrene using poly (2-(diethyl) aminoethyl methacrylate-costyrene) as a stimuli-responsive macroalkoxyamine”, Polymer Chem. (2014) 5, 6163-6170. 114. J. Durelle, J. R. Vanderveen, P. G. Jessop, “Modelling the Behaviour of Switchable-Hydrophilicity Solvents”, PhysChemChemPhys (2014) 16, 5270-5275. 113. S. Farag, D. Fu, P. G. Jessop, J. Chaouki, “A Detailed Compositional Analysis and Structural Investigation of a Bio-oil from Microwave Pyrolysis of Kraft Lignin”, J. Anal. Appl. Pyrolysis (2014) 109, 249-257. 112. M. F. Cunningham, P. G. Jessop “CO2-Switchable Materials”, Green Materials, (2014) 2, 53. 111. X. Su, P. G. Jessop, M. F. Cunningham “Switchable Surfactants at the Polystyrene-Water Interface: Effect of Molecular Structure”, Green Materials, (2014) 2, 69-81. 110. D. Fu, S. Farag, J. Chaouki, P. G. Jessop, “Extraction of phenols from lignin microwave-pyrolysis oil using a switchable hydrophilicity solvent”, Bioresource Tech., (2014) 154, 101-108. 109. J. R. Vanderveen, J. Durelle, P. G. Jessop, “Design and Evaluation of Switchable-Hydrophilicity Solvents”, Green Chem., (2014) 16, 1187-1197. 108. E. Ceschia, J. R. Harjani, C. Liang, Z. Ghoshouni, T. Andrea, R. S. Brown, and P. G. Jessop “Switchable Anionic Surfactants for the Remediation of Oil-Contaminated Sand by Soil Washing”, RSC Advances, (2014) 4, 4638-4645. 107. X. Su, M. Cunningham, P. G. Jessop, “Use of a Switchable Hydrophobic Associative Polymer to Create an Aqueous Solution of CO2-Switchable Viscosity”, Polymer Chem. (2014) 5, 940-944.
106. X. Su, C. Fowler, C. O’Neill, J. Pinaud, E. Kowal, P. Jessop, M. Cunningham, “Emulsion Polymerization using Switchable Surfactants: A Route Towards Water Redispersable Latexes”, Macromol. Symp. (2013) 333, 93-101. 105. M. A. Affan, P. G. Jessop, M. A. Salam, S. N. B. A. Halim, E. R. T. Tiekink, “2 (Benzothiazol-2-yliminomethyl)-6-methoxyphenol – a new monoclinic polymorph”, Acta Cryst. E (2013) 69, o1273. 104. A. R. Boyd, P. G. Jessop, J. M. Dust, E. Buncel, “Switchable polarity solvent (SPS) systems: probing solvatoswitching with a spiropyran (SP) – merocyanine (MC) photoswitch”, Organic & Biomolecular Chem. (2013) 11, 6047-6055. 103. S. Jahangiri, S. Mercer, P. Jessop, G. Peslherbe, “Computational Investigation of the Hydration of Alkyl Diammonium Chlorides and their Effect on THF/Water Phase Separation”, J. Phys. Chem. B (2013) 117, 8010-8017. 102. P. M. Mathias, K. Afshar, F. Zheng, M. D. Bearden, C. J. Freeman, T. Andrea, P. K. Koech, I. Kutnyakov, A. Zwoster, A. R. Smith, P. G. Jessop, O. G. Nik, and D. J. Heldebrant “Improving the Regeneration of CO2-Binding Organic Liquids with a Polarity Change”, Energy Env. Sci. (2013) 6, 2233-2242. 101. K. Huynh, K. Napolitano, R. Wang, P. G. Jessop, and B. R. Davis, “Indirect hydrolysis of sodium borohydride: Isolation and crystallographic characterization of methanolysis and hydrolysis by-products”, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, (2013) 38, 5775-5782. 100. X. Su, M. F. Cunningham, and P. G. Jessop, “Switchable Viscosity Triggered by CO2 using Smart Worm-like Micelles in Water”, Chem. Commun. (2013) 49, 2655-2657. 99. X. Su, T. Robert, S. M. Mercer, C. Humphries, M. F. Cunningham and P. G. Jessop, “A Conventional Surfactant Becomes CO2-Responsive with “Switchable Water”: Destabilization and Re-stabilization of Anionic Latexes and Emulsions Triggered by CO2”, Chem Eur. J. (2013) 19, 5595-5601. 98. J. Jiang, Y. He, L. Wan, Z. Cui, Z. Cui and P. G. Jessop, “Synthesis of CdS nanoparticles in switchable surfactant reverse micelles”, Chem. Commun. (2013) 49, 1912-1914. 97. C. O’Neill, C. Fowler, P. G. Jessop, and M. F. Cunningham “Redispersing Aggregated Latexes Made with Switchable Surfactants”, Green Materials (2013), 1, 27-35. 96. C.-S. Chen, Y. Y. Lau, S. M. Mercer, T. Robert, J. H. Horton and P. G. Jessop “The Effect of Switchable Water Additives on Clay Settling”, ChemSusChem (2013) 6, 132-140.
95. J. Pinaud, E. Kowal, P. Jessop, M. Cunningham, “2-(Diethyl)aminoethyl methacrylate as a CO2-switchable co-monomer for the preparation of readily coagulated and redispersed polymer latexes”, ACS Macro Lett. (2012) 1, 1103-1107. 94. P. G. Jessop, “Are you ready for a green wave”, Canadian Chemical News (2012) February, p. 7. 93. T. Robert, S. M. Mercer, T. J. Clark, B. E. Mariampillai, P. Champagne, M. F. Cunningham, and P. G. Jessop “Nitrogen-Containing Polymers as Potent Ionogens for Aqueous Solutions of Switchable Ionic Strength: Application to Separation of Organic Liquids and Clay Particles from Water”, Green Chem. (2012), 14, 3053-3062. 92. H-B Wang, P. G. Jessop, and G. Liu “Support-Free Porous Polyamine Particles for CO2 Capture”, ACS Macro Lett. (2012), 1, 944-948. 91. A. Holland, D. Wechsler, A. Patel, B. M. Molloy, A. R. Boyd and P. G. Jessop “Separation of Bitumen from Oil Sands using a Switchable Hydrophilicity Solvent”, Can. J. Chem. (2012) 90, 805-810. 90. A. R. Boyd, P. Champagne, P. J. McGinn, K. M. MacDougall, J. E. Melanson, and P. G. Jessop “Switchable Hydrophilicity Solvents for Lipid Extraction from Microalgae for Biofuel Production”, Bioresource Technology (2012) 118, 628-632. 89. S. M. Mercer, T. Robert, D. V. Dixon, and P. G. Jessop “Recycling of a Homogeneous Hydroformylation Catalyst using Switchable Water”, Catal. Sci. Technol. (2012) 2, 1315-1318. 88. L. M. Scott, T. Robert, J. R. Harjani, and P. G. Jessop “Designing the Head Group of CO2-Triggered Switchable Surfactants”, RSC Advances (2012) 2, 4925-4931. 87. A. Carrier, D. Dean, V. R. Little, J. Vandersleen, B. Davis and P. G. Jessop “Towards an Organic Thermally Regenerative Fuel Cell for Truck Engines”, Energy & Env. Sci. (2012) 5, 7111-7123. 86. C. I. Fowler, P. G. Jessop and M. F. Cunningham, “Aryl Amidine and Tertiary Amine Switchable Surfactants and Their Application in the Emulsion Polymerization of Methyl Methacrylate”, Macromolecules (2012) 45, 2955-2962. 85. P. G. Jessop, D. A. Jessop, D. Fu and L. Phan, “Solvatochromic Parameters for Solvents of Interest in Green Chemistry”, Green Chem. (2012) 14, 1245-1259. 84. S. M. Mercer, T. Robert, D. V. Dixon, C.-S. Chen, Z. Ghoshouni, J. R. Harjani, S. Jahangiri, G. H. Peslherbe and P. G. Jessop “Design, Synthesis, and Solution Behaviour of Small Polyamines as Switchable Water Additives”, Green Chem. (2012) 14, 832-839. 83. P. G. Jessop, S. M. Mercer, and D. J. Heldebrant “CO2-Triggered Switchable Solvents, Surfactants, and Other Materials”, Energy & Env. Sci. (2012) 5, 7240-7253. 82. X. Su, P. G. Jessop, and M. F. Cunningham “Surfactant-Free Polymerization Forming Switchable Latexes That Can Be Aggregated and Redispersed by CO2 Removal and then Re-addition”, Macromolecules (2012) 45, 666-670. 81. C. Liang, J. R. Harjani, T. Robert, E. Rogel, D. Kuehne, C. Ovalles, V. Sampath, and P. G. Jessop “Use of CO2-Triggered Switchable Surfactants for the Stabilization of Heavy Crude Oil-in-Water Emulsions”, Energy & Fuels (2012) 26, 488-494. 80. T. Arthur, J. Harjani, P. G. Jessop, and P. V. Hodson “Effects-Driven Chemical Design: The Acute Toxicity of Switchable Surfactants to Rainbow Trout can be Predicted from Octanol-Water Partition Coefficients”, Green Chem. (2012) 14, 357-362. 79. S. Mercer, J. Andraos, and P. G. Jessop “Choosing the Greenest Synthesis: A Multivariate Metric Green Chemistry Exercise”, J. Chem. Educ. (2012) 89, 215-220.

78. M. Mihara, M. Cunningham, and P. G. Jessop “Redispersible Polymer Colloids using Carbon Dioxide as an External Stimulus”, Macromolecules (2011) 44, 3688-3693.

77. C. I. Fowler, C. Muchemu, R. E. Miller, L. Phan, M. F. Cunningham, and P. G. Jessop “Emulsion Polymerization of Styrene and Methyl Methacrylate using Cationic Switchable Surfactants”, Macromolecules (2011) 44, 2501-2509.

76. J. R. Harjani, C. Liang, P. G. Jessop, “A Synthesis of Acetamidines”, J. Org. Chem. (2011) 76, 1683-1691.

75. P. G. Jessop, L. Kozycz, Z. Ghoshouni Rahami, D. Schoenmakers, A. R. Boyd, D. Wechsler, and A. M. Holland, “Tertiary Amine Solvents having Switchable Hydrophilicity”, Green Chem. (2011) 13, 619-623.

74. P. G. Jessop, “Searching for Green Solvents”, Green Chem. (2011) 13, 1391-1398. A Highly-Cited Paper according to Web of Science.

73. D. Dean, B. Davis, P. G. Jessop, “The effect of temperature, catalyst and sterics on the rate of N-heterocycle dehydrogenation for hydrogen storage”, New J. Chem. (2011) 35, 417-422.

72. J. Wang, X. Su, P. G. Jessop, Y. Feng, “CO2 Switchable Solvents, Solutes and Surfactants: State of the Art”, Progress in Chemistry (2010) 22, 2099-2105. 71. Y.-S. Uh, A. Boyd, V. R. Little, P G. Jessop, K. D. Hesp, J. Cipot-Wechsler, M. Stradiotto, R. McDonald, “Rhodium Phosphino-enolate Complexes as Chemo- and Regioselective Catalysts for the Hydroformylation of Styrenes”, J. Organomet. Chem. (2010) 695, 1869-1872. 70. S. M. Mercer, P G. Jessop, “Switchable Water: Aqueous Solutions of Switchable Ionic Strength”, ChemSusChem (2010) 3, 467-470. 69. P. G. Jessop, L. Phan, A. Carrier, S. Robinson, C. J. Dürr and J. R. Harjani, “A Solvent having Switchable Hydrophilicity”, Green Chem. (2010) 12, 809-814. 68. D. J. Heldebrant, P. K. Koech, T. Ang, C. Liang, J. E. Rainbolt, C. R. Yonker, and P. G. Jessop, “Reversible Zwitterionic Liquids, The Reaction of Alkanol Guanidines, Alkanol Amidines, and Diamines With CO2”, Green Chem. (2010) 12, 713-721. 67. D. Wechsler, B. Davis, P. G. Jessop, “The Dehydrogenation of Combined Organic and Inorganic Hydrogen Storage Carriers”, Can. J. Chem. (2010) 88, 548-555. 66. P. G. Jessop, “Reactions with a Reverse Gear”, Nature Chemistry (2009) 1, 350-351. 65. D. J. Heldebrant, C. R. Yonker, P. G. Jessop, L. Phan, “CO2-Binding Organic Liquids (CO2BOLs) for Post-Combustion CO2 Capture”, Energy Procedia (2009) 1, 1187-1195. 64. E. A. Mitchell, P. G. Jessop, and M. C. Baird, “A Kinetics Study of the Oxidative Addition of Bromobenzene to Pd(PCy3)2 (Cy = cyclohexyl) in a Non-polar Medium; the Influence on Rates of added PCy3 and Bromide Ion”, Organometallics (2009) 28, 6732-6738. 63. D. M. Norton, E. A. Mitchell, N. R. Botros, P. G. Jessop, and M. C. Baird, “A Superior Precursor for Palladium(0)-based Cross-Coupling and Other Catalytic Reactions”, J. Org. Chem. (2009) 74, 6674-6680. 62. A. D. Getty, C. Tai, J. C. Linehan, P. G. Jessop, M. M. Olmstead and A. L. Rheingold, “Hydrogenation of Carbon Dioxide Catalyzed by Ruthenium Trimethylphosphine Complexes: A Mechanistic Investigation Using High-Pressure NMR Spectroscopy”, Organometallics (2009) 28, 5466-5477. 61. D. J. Heldebrant, C. R. Yonker, P. G. Jessop, L. Phan, “Reversible Uptake of COS, CS2 and SO2: Ionic liquids with O-alkylxanthate, O-alkylthiocarbonyl and O-alkylsulfite Anions”, Chem. Eur. J. (2009) 15, 7619-7627. 60. L. Phan, P. G. Jessop, “Switching the Hydrophilicity of a Solute”, Green Chem. (2009) 307-308. 59. L. Phan, H. Brown, J. White, T. Peterson, A. Hodgson and P. G. Jessop, “Soybean Oil Extraction and Separation using Switchable or Expanded Solvents”, Green Chem. (2009) 53-59. 58. D. Wechsler, Y. Cui, D. Dean, B. Davis, P. G. Jessop, “Production of H2 from Combined Endothermic and Exothermic Hydrogen Carriers”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2008) 130, 17195-17203. 57. B. J. Flowers, R. Gautreau-Service, P. G. Jessop, “ Hydroxycarboxylic Acids from Simple Ketones by Carboxylation and Asymmetric Hydrogenation”, Adv. Synth. Catal. (2008) 350, 2947-2958. 56. D. J. Heldebrant, C. R. Yonker, P. G. Jessop, L. Phan, “Organic Liquid CO2 Capture Agents With High Gravimetric CO2 Capacity”, Energy & Env. Sci. (2008) 1, 487-493. 55. Y. Cui, S. Kwok, A. Bucholtz, B. Davis, R. A. Whitney, P. G. Jessop, “The effect of substitution on the utility of piperidines and octahydroindoles for reversible hydrogen storage”, New J. Chem. (2008) 32, 1027-1037. 54. L. Phan, D. Chiu, D. J. Heldebrant, H. Huttenhower, E. John, X. Li, P Pollet, R. Wang, C. A. Eckert, C. L. Liotta, P. G. Jessop, “Switchable Solvents Consisting of Amidine/Alcohol or Guanidine/Alcohol Mixtures”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. (2008) 47, 539-545. 53. L. Phan, J. R. Andreatta, L. K. Horvey, C. F. Edie, A.-L. Luco, A. Mirchandi, D. J. Darensbourg, P. G. Jessop, “Switchable-Polarity Solvents Prepared from a Single Liquid Component”, J. Org. Chem. (2008) 73, 127-132. 52. P. G. Jessop and B. Subramaniam, “Gas-Expanded Liquids”, Chem. Rev. (2007) 107, 2666-2694. A Highly-Cited Paper according to Web of Science. 51. D. Vinci, M. Donaldson, J. P. Hallett, E. A. John, P. Pollett, C. A. Thomas, P. G. Jessop, C. A. Eckert, C. L. Liotta, “Piperylene Sulfone: A Labile and Recyclable DMSO Substitute” Chem. Commun. (2007) 1427-1429. 50. Y. Liu, P. G. Jessop, M. Cunningham, C. A. Eckert, C. L. Liotta, “Switchable Surfactants” Science (2006) 313, 958-960. This paper was highlighted by New Scientist, Chemical and Engineering News, Technology Review, Science News, ICIS, Chemistry World, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Financial Times Deutschland, New York Times, Toronto Star, Zürcher Oberländer, Edmonton Journal and Regina Leader-Post. A Highly-Cited Paper according to Web of Science. 49. D. J. Heldebrant, H. N. Witt, S. M. Walsh, T. Ellis, J. Rauscher, P. G. Jessop, “Liquid Polymers as Solvents for Catalytic Reductions” Green Chem. (2006) 8, 807-815. 48. P. G. Jessop, “Homogeneous Catalysis using Supercritical Fluids: Recent Trends and Systems Studied” J. Supercrit. Fluids (2006) 38, 211-231. 47. P. G. Jessop, D. J. Heldebrant, X. Li, C. A. Eckert and C. L. Liotta, “Reversible Nonpolar-to-Polar Solvent” Nature (2005) 436, 1102. This paper was highlighted by Chemical & Engineering News, Science News, Chemistry World, Process Engineering, Canadian Chemical News, and United Press International. 46. C. D. Ablan, D. Sheppard, E. J. Beckman, M. M. Olmstead, and P. G. Jessop, “Solubility of Several Analogues of Triphenylphosphine in Carbon Dioxide” Green Chem., (2005) 7, 590 – 594. 45. D. J. Heldebrant, P. G. Jessop, C. A. Thomas, C. A. Eckert, C. L. Liotta, “The Reaction of 1,8-Diazabicyclo-[5.4.0]-undec-7-ene (DBU) with Carbon Dioxide” J. Org. Chem. (2005) 70, 5335-5338. 44. M. D. Baumann, A. J. Daugulis, P. G. Jessop, “Application of Phosphonium Ionic Liquids to Multi-Phase Biocatalysis” Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. (2005) 67, 131-137. 43. P. G. Jessop, “Recent Advances in the Homogeneous Hydrogenation of Carbon Dioxide” Prepr. Pap.-Am. Chem. Soc., Div. Fuel Chem. (2004) 49, (1) 1-2. http://www.anl.gov/PCS/acsfuel/preprint%20archive/Files/49_1_Anaheim_03-04_0795.pdf 42. P. G. Jessop, F. Joó, C.-C. Tai, “Recent Advances in the Homogeneous Hydrogenation of Carbon Dioxide” Coord. Chem. Rev. (2004) 248, 2425-2442. 41. C. D. Ablan, J. P. Hallett, K. N. West, R. S. Jones, C. A. Eckert, C. L. Liotta, P. G. Jessop “Use and Recovery of a Homogeneous Catalyst with Carbon Dioxide as a Solubility Switch” Chem. Commun. (2003) 2972-2973. 40. C.-C. Tai, T. Chang, B. Roller, P. G. Jessop, “High Pressure Combinatorial Screening of Homogeneous Catalysts: Hydrogenation of Carbon Dioxide” Inorg. Chem. (2003), 42, 7340-7341. This paper was highlighted by Chemical & Engineering News. 39. D. J. Heldebrant, P. G. Jessop, “Liquid Poly(Ethylene Glycol) and Supercritical Carbon Dioxide: A Benign Biphasic Solvent System for Recycling of Homogeneous Catalysts” J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2003) 125, 5600-5601. This paper was highlighted by Nature and Chemical & Engineering News. 38. P. G. Jessop, R. Stanley, R. A. Brown, C. A. Eckert, C. L. Liotta, T. T. Ngo, P. Pollet “Neoteric solvents for asymmetric hydrogenation: supercritical fluids, ionic liquids, and expanded ionic liquids” Green Chem. (2003), 5, 123-128. 37. P. G. Jessop, “Homogeneous Catalysis and Catalyst Recovery using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide and Ionic Liquids” J. Synth. Org. Chem. (2003), 61, 484-488. 36. P. Munshi, D. J. Heldebrant, E. P. McKoon, Patrick A. Kelly, C.-C. Tai, P. G. Jessop, “Formanilide and Carbanilide from Aniline and Carbon Dioxide” Tetrahedron Letters (2003) 44, 2725-2727. 35. C.-C. Tai, M. J. Huck, E. P. McKoon, T. Woo, P. G. Jessop, “Low Temperature Synthesis of Tetraalkylureas from Secondary Amines and Carbon Dioxide” J. Org. Chem., (2002) 67, 9070-9072. 34. P. Munshi, A. D. Main, J. Linehan, C.-C. Tai, P. G. Jessop, “Hydrogenation of carbon dioxide catalysed by ruthenium trimethylphosphine complexes: the accelerating effect of certain alcohols and amines,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., (2002) 124, 7963-7971. 33. D. F. Parsons, B. I. Boone, P. G. Jessop, S. C. Tucker, “Electrostriction effects on competing transition states in supercritical fluoroform,” J. Supercrit. Fluids, (2002) 24, 173-181. 32. P. G. Jessop, R. A. Brown, M. Yamakawa, J. L. Xiao, T. Ikariya, M. Kitamura, S. C. Tucker, R. Noyori, “Pressure-dependent enantioselectivity in the organozinc addition to aldehydes in supercritical fluids,” J. Supercrit. Fluids, (2002) 24, 161-172. 31. P. G. Jessop, M. M. Olmstead, C. Ablan, M. Grabenauer, D. Sheppard, C. A. Eckert, C. L. Liotta, “Carbon dioxide as a solubility “switch” for the reversible dissolution of highly fluorinated complexes and reagents in organic solvents,” Inorg. Chem., (2002) 41, 3463-3468. This paper was highlighted by Today’s Chemist. 30. C.-C. Tai, J. Pitts, A. D. Main, J. Linehan, P. Munshi, P. G. Jessop, “In-situ formation of ruthenium catalysts for the homogeneous hydrogenation of carbon dioxide.” Inorg. Chem., (2002) 41, 1606-1614. 29. R. A. Brown, P. Pollet, E. McKoon, C. A. Eckert, C. L. Liotta, and P. G. Jessop “Asymmetric Hydrogenation and Catalyst Recycling using Ionic Liquid and Supercritical Carbon Dioxide,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., (2001) 123, 1254-1255. This paper was highlighted by Chemical and Engineering News. 28. C. A. Thomas, R. J. Bonilla, Y. Huang, and P. G. Jessop “Hydrogenation of Carbon Dioxide Catalysed by Ruthenium Trimethylphosphine Complexes: Effect of Gas Pressure and Additives on Rate in the Liquid Phase,” Can. J. Chem., (2001) 79, 719-724. 27. D. Wynne. M. M. Olmstead, and P. G. Jessop “Supercritical and Liquid Solvent Effects on the Enantioselectivity of Asymmetric Cyclopropanation with Tetrakis[1-[(4-tert-butylphenyl)sulfonyl]-(2S)-pyrrolidinecarboxylate]dirhodium(II).” J. Am. Chem. Soc., (2000) 122, 7638-7647. 26. R. J. Bonilla, B. R. James, and P. G. Jessop “Colloid-Catalysed Arene Hydrogenation in Aqueous/Supercritical Fluid Biphasic Media” Chem. Commun., (2000) 941-942. 25. P. G. Jessop, S. DeHaai, and D. C. Wynne “Carbon Dioxide Gas Accelerates Solventless Synthesis” Chem. Commun., (2000) 693-694. This paper was highlighted by Nature, Chemistry and Industry, and Chemical Innovations. 24. S. Poh, R. Hernandez, M. Inagaki, and P. G. Jessop “Oxidation of Phosphines by Supercritical Nitrous Oxide.” Org. Lett., (1999) 1, 583-584. 23. D. Wynne and P. G. Jessop “Cyclopropanation Enantioselectivity is Pressure Dependent in Supercritical Fluoroform.” Angew Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., (1999) 38, 1143-1144. 22. P. G. Jessop, T. Ikariya, R. Noyori, “Homogeneous Catalysis in Supercritical Fluids.” Chem. Rev., (1999) 99, 475-493. 21. P. G. Jessop, B. R. James, “Intramolecular Protonation and Other Mechanisms for Substitution Reactions of Hydrido(Thiolato)- and Di(Thiolato)-Ruthenium(II) Phosphine Complexes,” Inorg. Chim. Acta, (1998) 280, 75-86. 20. P. G. Jessop, “Homogeneously-Catalyzed Syntheses in Supercritical Fluids,” Top. Catal., (1998) 5, 95-103. 19. P. G. Jessop, G. Rastar, B. R. James, “Substitution Reaction Mechanisms of Dihydrido-Ruthenium(II) Complexes: Hydride Basicity and Molecular Hydrogen Intermediates,” Inorg. Chim. Acta, (1996) 250, 351-357. 18. J. Xiao, S. C. A. Nefkens, P. G. Jessop, T. Ikariya, R. Noyori, “Asymmetric Hydrogenation of -Unsaturated Carboxylic Acids in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide,” Tetrahedron Lett., (1996) 37, 2813-2816. 17. P. G. Jessop, Y. Hsiao, T. Ikariya, R. Noyori, “Homogeneous Catalysis in Supercritical Fluids: Hydrogenation of Supercritical Carbon Dioxide to Formic Acid, Alkyl Formates, and Formamides,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., (1996) 118, 344-355. 16. P. G. Jessop, T. Ikariya, R. Noyori, “Homogeneous Catalysis in Supercritical Fluids,” Science, (1995) 269, 1065-1069. 15. P. G. Jessop, T. Ikariya, R. Noyori, “Homogeneous Hydrogenation of Carbon Dioxide,” Chem. Rev., (1995) 95, 259-272. 14. P. G. Jessop, Y. Hsiao, T. Ikariya, R. Noyori, “Methyl Formate Synthesis by Hydrogenation of Supercritical Carbon Dioxide in the Presence of Methanol,” J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., (1995) 707-708. 13. T. Ikariya, P. G. Jessop, R. Noyori, “Chemical Reactions in Supercritical Fluids,” J. Synth. Org. Chem., (1995) 53, 358-369. 12. P. G. Jessop, T. Ikariya, R. Noyori, “The Selectivity for Hydrogenation or Hydroformylation of Olefins by Hydridopentacarbonylmanganese(I) in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide,” Organometallics, (1995) 14, 1510-1513. 11. T. Ikariya, P. G. Jessop, M. Tokunaga, R. Noyori, “Homogeneous Hydrogenation of Carbon Dioxide with Transition Metal Complexes,” J. Synth. Org. Chem., (1994) 52, 1032-1043. 10. T. Ikariya, P. G. Jessop, R. Noyori, “Molecular Catalysis in Supercritical Fluids,” Shokubai, (1994) 36, 558-564. 9. P. G. Jessop, Y. Hsiao, T. Ikariya, R. Noyori, “Catalytic Production of Dimethylformamide from Supercritical Carbon Dioxide,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., (1994) 116, 8851-8852. 8. P. G. Jessop, T. Ikariya, R. Noyori, “Homogeneous Catalytic Hydrogenation of Supercritical Carbon Dioxide,” Nature, (1994) 368, 231-233. This paper was highlighted by Chemical and Engineering News. 7. P. G. Jessop, R. H. Morris, and H. Azizian, “The Effect of Deuteration on the Stabilities of cis-Polyacetylene and Polystyrene,” Polymer, (1994) 35, 1952-1956. 6. P. G. Jessop and R. H. Morris, “The H/D Exchange Reactions of an Iridium Dithiol Complex,” Inorg. Chem., (1993) 32, 2236-2237. 5. G. Jia, S. D. Drouin, P. G. Jessop, A. J. Lough, and R. H. Morris, “Use of the New Ligand P(CH2CH2PCy2)3 in the Synthesis of Dihydrogen Complexes of Fe(II) and Ru(II)”, Organometallics, (1993) 12, 906-916. 4. P. G. Jessop and R. H. Morris, “Reactivity of η2-Dihydrogen Complexes,” Coord. Chem. Rev., (1992) 121, 155-284. 3. P. G. Jessop, C.-L. Lee, G. Rastar, B. R. James, C. J. L. Lock, and R. Faggiani, “Hydrido Mercapto and Bis(mercapto) Derivatives of Ruthenium(II) Phosphine Complexes”, Inorg. Chem., (1992) 31, 4601-4605. 2. P. G. Jessop, S. J. Rettig, C.-L. Lee, and B. R. James, “(Hydrido)thiolato- and Thiolato-carbonylphosphine Complexes of Ruthenium(II)”, Inorg. Chem., (1991) 30, 4617-4627. 1. P. G. Jessop, S. J. Rettig, and B. R. James, “A Thiolate-Bridged Diruthenium-Disodium Complex”, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., (1991) 773-774.