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Friederici, L.* et al.: Comprehensive chemical description of pyrolysis chars from low-density polyethylene by thermal analysis hyphenated to different mass spectrometric approaches. Energy Fuels, DOI: 10.1021/acs.energyfuels.1c01994 (2021)
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Martens, P.* et al.: Emissions of gases and volatile organic compounds from residential heating: A comparison of brown coal briquettes and logwood combustion. Energy Fuels 35, 14010-14022 (2021)
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Rüger, C.P.* ; Neumann, A.* ; Chacón-Patiño, M.L.* ; Rodgers, R.P.* & Zimmermann, R.: Investigation of island/single-core- And archipelago/multicore-enriched asphaltenes and their solubility fractions by thermal analysis coupled with high-resolution Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry. Energy Fuels 35, 3808-3824 (2021)
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Neumann, A.* et al.: Investigation of aging processes in bitumen at the molecular level with high-resolution fourier-transform ion cyclotron mass spectrometry and two-dimensional gas chromatography mass spectrometry. Energy Fuels 34, 10641-10654 (2020)
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Grimmer, C.* et al.: Description of steam cracker fouling and coking residues by thermal analysis-photoionization mass spectrometry. Energy Fuels 33, 11592-11602 (2019)
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Käfer, U. et al.: Detailed chemical characterization of bunker fuels by high-resolution time-of-flight mass spectrometry hyphenated to GC×GC and thermal analysis. Energy Fuels 33, 10745-10755 (2019)
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Handle, F.* et al.: Tracking aging of bitumen and its saturate, aromatic, resin, and asphaltene fractions using high-field fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry. Energy Fuels 31, 4771-4779 (2017)
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Jennerwein, M. ; Eschner, M.S.* ; Wilharm, T.* ; Zimmermann, R. & Gröger, T.M.: Proof of concept of high-temperature comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography time-of-flight mass spectrometry for two-dimensional simulated distillation of crude oils. Energy Fuels 31, 11651-11659 (2017)
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Rüger, C.P.* ; Neumann, A.* ; Sklorz, M. ; Schwemer, T.* & Zimmermann, R.: Thermal analysis coupled to ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry with collision induced dissociation for complex petroleum samples: Heavy oil composition and asphaltene precipitation effects. Energy Fuels 31, 13144-13158 (2017)
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Rüger, C.P.* et al.: Combination of different thermal analysis methods coupled to mass spectrometry for the analysis of asphaltenes and their parent crude oils: Comprehensive characterization of the molecular pyrolysis pattern. Energy Fuels 32, 2699-2711 (2017)
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Hertzog, J.* ; Carré, V.* ; le Brech, Y.* ; Dufour, A.* & Aubriet, F.*: Toward controlled ionization conditions for ESI-FT-ICR-MS analysis of bio-oils from lignocellulosic material. Energy Fuels 30, 5729-5739 (2016)
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Jia, L.* et al.: Online analysis of biomass pyrolysis tar by photoionization mass spectrometry. Energy Fuels 30, 1555-1563 (2016)
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Jia, L.* et al.: Fast pyrolysis in a microfluidized bed reactor: Effect of biomass properties and operating conditions on volatiles composition as analyzed by online single photoionization mass spectrometry. Energy Fuels 29, 7364-7374 (2015)
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Lau, K.* ; Junk, R.* ; Klingbeil, S.* ; Schümann, U.* & Streibel, T.: Analysis of internal common rail injector deposits via thermodesorption photon ionization time of flight mass spectrometry. Energy Fuels 29, 5625-5632 (2015)
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Reda, A. et al.: Analysis of gas-phase carbonyl compounds in emissions from modern wood combustion appliances: Influence of wood type and combustion appliance. Energy Fuels 29, 3897-3907 (2015)
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Smit, E.* et al.: Investigating the trace polar species present in diesel using high-resolution mass spectrometry and selective ionization techniques. Energy Fuels 29, 5554-5562 (2015)
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Jennerwein, M. ; Eschner, M.* ; Gröger, T.M. ; Wilharm, T.* & Zimmermann, R.: Complete group-type quantification of petroleum middle distillates based on comprehensive two-dimensional Gas Chromatography Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry (GCxGC-TOFMS) and visual basic scripting. Energy Fuels 28, 5670-5681 (2014)
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Elsasser, M. et al.: Dynamic changes of the aerosol composition and concentration during different burning phases of wood combustion. Energy Fuels 27, 4959-4968 (2013)
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Orasche, J. et al.: Comparison of emissions from wood combustion. Part 2: Impact of combustion conditions on emission factors and characteristics of particle-bound organic species and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH)-related toxicological potential. Energy Fuels 27, 1482-1491 (2013)
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Fendt, A. et al.: On-line process analysis of biomass flash pyrolysis gases enabled by soft photoionization mass spectrometry. Energy Fuels 26, 701-711 (2012)