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Leonard L. Ingram Jr.

Professor Emeritus

Phone: 662-325-3102  Email: lli1@msstate.edu

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Leonard L. Ingram Jr.

2016
Ingram Jr., L.L., H.M. Barnes, R. Shmulsky, D. Jeremic. 2016. Preparation of calibration standards for the analysis of pentachlorophenol in treated wood by X-ray fluorescence. Proceedings of the International Research Group on Wood Protection, IRG/WP 16-20591.


2014
Sukhbaatar, B., E.M. Hassan, M.G. Kim, P.H. Steele, L.L. Ingram Jr. 2014. Optimization of hot-compressed water pretreatment of bagasse and characterization of extracted hemicelluloses. Carbohydrate Polymers 101:196-202. Download


2012
Pittman, C., D. Mohan, A. Eseyin, Q. Li, L.L. Ingram Jr., E.M. Hassan, B.K. Mitchell, H. Guo, P.H. Steele. 2012. Characterization of bio-oils produced from fast pyrolysis of corn stalks in an auger reactor. Energy and Fuels 26:3816-3825. Download


2011
Peng, Y, S.Q. Shi, L.L. Ingram Jr. 2011. Chemical emissions from adhesive-bonded wood products at elevated temperatures. Wood Science and Technology 45:627-644. Download


2010
Bhattacharya, P., E.B. Hassan, P.H. Steele, J. Cooper, L.L. Ingram Jr. 2010. Effect of acid catalysts and accelerated aging on the reaction of methanol with hydroxy-acetaldehyde in bio-oil. Bioresources 5(2):908-919. Download


2009
Bhattacharya, P., L.L. Ingram Jr., E.M. Hassan. P.H. Steele. 2009. Effect of acid catalysts on the reaction of methanol and other alcohols with hydroxyacetaldehyde in bio-oil. American Chemical Society Division of Fuel Chemistry 54(2):628-630.


2009
Bhattacharya, P., P.H. Steele, E.B.M. Hassan, B. Mitchell, L. Ingram, C.U. Pittman Jr. 2009. Wood/plastic copyrolysis in an auger reactor: Chemical and physical analysis of the products. Fuel 88(2009):1251-12960. Download


2009
Hassan, E.M., F. Yu, L.L. Ingram Jr., P.H. Steele. 2009. The potential use of whole-tree biomass for bio-oil fuels. Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects 31(20):1829-1839. Download


2009
Hassan, E.M., P.H. Steele, L.L. Ingram Jr. 2009. Characterization of fast pyrolysis bio-oils produced from pretreated pine wood. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 154:182-192. Download


2009
Sukhbaatar, B., P.H. Steele, L.L. Ingram Jr., M.G. Kim. 2009. An exploratory study on the removal of acetic and formic acids from bio-oil. Bioresources 4(4):1319-1329. Download


2009
Tripathi, M.M., E.M. Hassan, F.Y. Yueh, J.P. Singh, P.H. Steele, L.L. Ingram Jr. 2009. Reflection-absorption based near infrared spectroscopy for predicting water content in bio-oil. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 136(1):20-25. Download


2008
Bhattacharya, P., P.H. Steele, L.L. Ingram Jr., C.U. Pittman Jr. 2008. Development of fuel and value-added chemicals from pyrolysis of wood/waste plastic mixture. American Chemical Society Division of Fuel Chemicals 53(1):340-342.


2008
Ingram Jr., L.L., D. Mohan, M. Bricka, P.H. Steele, D. Strobel, D. Crocker, B. Mitchell, J. Mohammad, K. Cantrell, C.U. Pittman Jr. 2008. Pyrolysis of Wood and Bark in an Auger Reactor: Physical Properties and Chemical Analysis of the Produced Bio-oils. Energy & Fuels 22:614-625. Download


2008
Mitchell, B.K., L.L. Ingram, Jr., J. Soria, P.H. Steele, D.A. Strobel. 2008. Chemical and physical characteristics of bio-oils from pine and oak feedstocks. Proceedings of Woody Biomass Utilization: Challenges and Opportunities, Forest Product Society 7223: 33-38.


2007
Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas, L.L. Ingram Jr. 2007. Laboratory and outdoor water repellency and dimensional stability studies of southern pine sapwood treated with a waterborne water repellent made from resin acids. Holzforschung 61:317-322. Download


2006
Thompson, A., J. Cooper, L.L. Ingram Jr. 2006. Distribution of terpenes in heartwood and sapwood of loblolly pine. Forest Products Journal 56(7/8):46-48. Download


2006
Thompson, A., L.L. Ingram, Jr. 2006. Variation of terpenes in sapwood and heartwood of loblolly pine: Impact on VOC emissions from drying lumber samples. Forest Products Journal 56(9):80-83. Download


2005
Ingram, Jr., L.L., K. Tarlton. 2005. Effect of physical properties of pentachlorophenol and creosote components on vaporization from treated wood: Review of prior data. Forest Products Journal 55(6):86-89. Download


2002
Strom, B.L., R.A. Goyer, L.L. Ingram, Jr., G.D.L. Boyd, L.H. Lott. 2002. Oleoresin characteristic of progeny of loblolly pines that escaped attack by southern pine beetle. Forest Ecology and Management 158:169-178. Download


2001
Conners, T.E., L.L. Ingram, Jr., W. Su, H. Yan, S. Banerjee, A.T. Dalton, M.C. Templeton, and S.V. Diehl. 2001. Seasonal variation of southern terpenes. Forest Products Journal 51(6):94-98.


2001
Kim, M.G., C.U. Pittman, Jr., D.D. Nicholas, T.P. Schultz, L.L. Ingram, Jr., F.R. Kabir, L. Wang, L. Wasson. 2001. Wood made decontaminable of chemical warfare agents after sunlight weathering or abrasion. Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology 21(3): 263-283. Download


2001
Nicholas, D.D., M.G. Kim, C.U. Pittman, Jr., T.P. Schultz, L.L. Ingram, Jr., F.R. Kabir, L. Wasson, L. Wang, M. Ivankoe. 2001. Polyurethane resins-treated wood pallets which are decontaminable of chemical warfare agents. Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology 21(3):285-298. Download


2000
Criss, D.L., T.H. Fisher, L.L. Ingram, Jr., D.J. Beard, T.P. Schultz. 2000. A room-temperature ß-0-4 to a-0-4 rearrangement. In: Lignin: Historical, Biological and Materials Perspective. American Chemical Society. Pp. 465-470.


2000
Ingram, L.L Jr., M.C. Templeton, G.W. McGraw, R.W. Hemingway. 2000. Knot, heartwood, and sapwood extractives related to VOCs from drying southern pine lumber. Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology 20(4):415-439.


2000
Ingram, L.L. Jr., R. Shmulsky, A.T. Dalton, F.W. Taylor, M.C. Templeton. 2000. The measurement of volatile organic emissions from drying southern pine lumber in a laboratory-scale kiln. Forest Products Journal 50(4):91-94.


2000
Shmulsky, R., L.L. Ingram, Jr. 2000. Empirical prediction of VOC emission from drying southern pine lumber. Forest Products J. 50(6):61-63.


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