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Education
3/1978 - 7/1981 B.S. - Chemistry, Shanxi University, China
9/1981- 6/1985 Ph.D. – Chemistry, Ohio University, USA

Professional Experiences

7/2009 - Present    Dean, Power Environmental Energy Research Institute (PEER)
7/1999 - 7/2009  Director,  PEER Center, California Institute of Technology
1/1998 - 7/1999 Adjunct Professor, Cornell University
7/1988 - 7/1999 Sr. Staff Research Scientist, Molecular Modeling Team Leader;  Chevron Petroleum Technology Company, La Habra, CA;
2/1997 - Present Adjunct Professor, 
7/1987 - 7/1988 Postdoc, Harvard University, USA
7/1985- 7/1986 Postdoc, State University of New York, Buffalo, USA

Other Professional Appointments

  • Adjunct Professor, Beijing University (2008-present)
  • Oversea Science Advisory Board for Chinese Oversea International Office
  • Board Member of Invited Expert Committee for All-China Federation of Returned Overseas
  • Member of Oversea Scientific Advisory Board, CNPC Key Laboratory of Petroleum Geology
  • Adjunct Professor, Geochemistry Institute of Chinese Academy of Science (2000-present)

Corporation Consultation for Following Companies

Chevron(USA), Petrobras (Brazil), Shell, Total (France), British Petroleum (England), BHP Petroleum (Australia), Woodside Petroleum (Australia),  Exxon (USA), Devon Petroleum (USA), China Petroleum Corporation (Taiwan),  China National Petroleum Company (China), Conocophillips (USA), Saudi Aramco (Saudi Arabia), and ENI-Agip (Italy).

Research Interests

Tang's major research interests are applying molecular modeling and experimental simulation techniques for many energy related areas. He has pioneered the molecular modeling technique to many field of organic geochemistry, surface chemistry, reaction kinetics, and other petroleum chemistry fields. Dr. Tang feels that the major technical barrier of molecular modeling for fossil fuel energy is lack of integration between theory and experiments. So his research group has a strong integration of modeling and experimental efforts. The main research focuses are: (1) Unconventional resources exploration and production optimization, (2) enhance/improve oil/gas production, (3) low temperature C-H activation to improve energy efficiency for petrochemical process, (4) novel concept of isotope geochemistry, (5) molecular design of oil field chemicals for both stimulation and enhanced oil recovery,  and (6) heavy oil upgrading and production optimization

Tang’s new method gas isotope modeling is now widely used in all major oil companies to determine origin of gases, gas accumulation, maturity, age of gas formation and migration.

Publications

(Note: refers the paper is corresponding author)

1. X Xia, GS Ellis, Q Ma, Y Tang, " Compositional and stable carbon isotopic fractionation during non-autocatalytic thermochemical sulfate reduction by gaseous hydrocarbons", Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
Volume 139, 15 August 2014, Pages 472–486

2. L Gao, A Schimmelmann, Y Tang, M Mastalerz, "Isotope rollover in shale gas observed in laboratory pyrolysis experiments: Insight to the role of water in thermogenesis of mature gas", Organic Geochemistry
Volume 68, March 2014, Pages 95–106

3. X Xia, GS Ellis, Q Ma, Y Tang, " Compositional and stable carbon isotopic fractionation during non-autocatalytic thermochemical sulfate reduction by gaseous hydrocarbons", Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
Volume 139, 15 August 2014, Pages 472–486,

4. G. Chen, S Kang, Q Ma, W Chen, Y Tang, " Chemical and thermal stability of N-heterocyclic ionic liquids in catalytic C–H activation reactions", Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, 2014, June

5. Wenjie Xia, Z Du, Q Cui, H Dong, F Wang, P He, YC Tang, "Biosurfactant produced by novel Pseudomonas sp. WJ6 with biodegradation of n-alkanes and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons", Journal of Hazardous Materials
Volume 276, 15 July 2014, Pages 489–498

6. Q You, Y Tang, C Dai, M Zhao, F Zhao, " A Study on the Morphology of a Dispersed Particle Gel Used as a Profile Control Agent for Improved Oil Recovery", Journal of Chemistry
Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 150256, 9 pages

7. Xinyu Xia and Yongchun Tang “Isotope fractionation of methane during natural gas flow with coupled diffusion and adsorption/desorption”
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta , 77 (2012), 489–503

8. Xinyu Zia, James Chen and Yongchun Tang " Isotopic reversals with respect to maturity trends due to mixing of primary and secondary products in source rocks (2012), Volume 339, 15 February 2013, Pages 205–212 Chemical Geology

9. Hui Tian, Xianming Xiao, Ronald W.T. Wilkins, Yongchun Tang "An experimental comparison of gas generation from three oil fractions: Implications for the chemical and stable carbon isotopic signatures of oil cracking gas", Organic Geochemistry 46 (2012) 96–112

10. Alon Amrani , Andrei Deev, Alex L. Sessions, Yongchun Tang, Jess F. Adkins, Ronald J. Hill, J. Michael Moldowan, Zhibin Wei "The sulfur-isotopic compositions of benzothiophenes and dibenzothiophenes as a proxy for thermochemical sulfate reduction" Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Volume 84, 1 May 2012, Pages 152–164

11.  Hui Tian, Xiao Xianming, Ron Wilkins and Yongchun Tang  "An experimental comparison of gas generation from three oil fractions: Implications for the chemical and stable carbon isotopic signatures of oil cracking gas" Orgniac Geochemistry, 2012

12. Yunyan Ni, Qisheng Ma, Geoffrey S. Ellis, Jinxing Dai, Barry Katz,Shuichang Zhang, Yongchun Tang “Fundamental studies on kinetic isotope effect (KIE) of hydrogen isotope fractionation in natural gas systems”, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75 (2011) 2696–2707

13. Quanyou LIU, Tongwei ZHANG, ,Zhijun JIN, Shengfei QIN, Yongchun Tang, and Wenhui LIU, “Kinetic Model of Gaseous Alkanes Formed from Coal in a Confined System and Its Application to Gas Filling History in Kuqa Depression, Tarim Basin, Northwest China”, Geologica Sinica, Volume 85, Issue 4, pages 911–922, August 2011

14. Stefan Iglauer, Yongfu Wu, Patrick Shuler, William A. Goddard, and Yongchun Tang “Dilute iota- and kappa-Carrageenan solutions with high viscosities in high salinity brines”, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering; Volume 75, Issues 3-4, January 2011, Pages 304-311

15. Stefan Iglauer, Yongfu Wu, Patrick Shuler , Yongchun Tang “New surfactant classes for enhanced oil recovery and their tertiary oil recovery potential, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 71 (2010) 23–29

16. Giri J, Diallo MS, Goddard WA, Dalleska NF, Yongchun Tang “Partitioning of Poly(amidoamine) Dendrimers between n-Octanol and Water” ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY    Volume: 43 Issue: 13 Pages: 5123-5129 , 2009 

17. Iglauer, S., Wu, Y., Shuler, PJ, Yongchun Tang  “Alkyl Polyglycoside Surfactant-Alcohol Cosolvent Formulations for Improved Oil Recovery”, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 339 (2009) 48-59

18. Yunyan Ni, Jingxin Dai, XS Yang, Yongchun Tang, Yongbin Jin, JY Chen; “Kinetic modeling of post-mature gas generation: constraints from high-pressure thermal-cracking of n-C24”
Geochimica et Cosmochima Acta, Volume 73, Issue 13, A940, Published: 2009

19. Yongfu Wu, Kang-Shi Wang, Zhimeng Hu, Baojun Bai, Patrick Shuler, Yongchun Tang: “A New Method for Fast Screening of Long-Term Thermal Stability of Water Soluble Polymers for Reservoir Conformance Control “, paper SPE 124257

20. Yongbin Jin, Xianmin Xia, Yongchun Tang, Hui Tian  “Influence of water on yields and isotopic fractionations of gas hydrocarbons generated from oil cracking” GEOCHEMICAL JOURNAL    Volume: 43, Pages: 247-255, 2009 

21.  Yongchun Tang, Geoff Ellis, Tongwei Zhang “Experimental and theoretical determination of the kinetics of thermochemical sulfate reduction”  GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA   Volume: 73   Issue: 13    A1312  Published: 2009

22. J. Giri, M. S. Diallo, W. A. Goddard, III, M. F. Dalleska, X. Fang, and Y. Tang, “Partitioning of Poly(amidoamine) Dendrimers between n-Octanol and Water”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 2009, 43, 5123-5129

23. Qisheng Ma, Sheng Wu, and Yongchun Tang, “Formation and abundance of doubly-substituted methane isotopologues (13CH3D) in natural gas system”. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2008, 72, 5446-5456

24. Sheng Wu, Andrei Deev, Mark Haught and Yongchun Tang,” Hollow waveguide quantum cascade laser spectrometer as an online microliter sensor for gas chromatography“ Journal of Chromatography A, Volume 1188, Issue 2, 25 April 2008, Pages 327-330

25. Etuan Zhang E, Ron Hill. Barry J. Katz, and Yongchun Tang; “Modeling of gas generation from the Cameo coal zone in the Piceance Basin Colorado”; AAPG BULLETIN   92 (8) 1077-1106   (2008)

26. Qisheng Ma, Geoffrey S. Ellis, Alon Amrani, Tongwei Zhang, Yongchun Tang; “Theoretical study on the reactivity of sulfate species with hydrocarbons” Geochimica at Cosmochimica Acta, 72 4565-4576 (2008)

27. Tongwei Zhang, Alon Amrani, Geoffrey S. Ellis, Qisheng Ma, Yongchun Tang, “Experimental investigation on thermochemical sulfate reduction by H2S initiation" Geochimica at Cosmochimica Acta, 72 (14), 3518-3530 (2008)

28. Wu, YF; Shuler, PJ; Blanco, M, Tang YC ; “An experimental study of wetting behavior and surfactant EOR in carbonates with model compounds” SPE JOURNAL 13 (1)   26-34   (2008)

29. Kelemen S.R., Walters C.C., Kwiatek P.J., Afeworki M., Sansone M., Freund H., Pottorf R.J., Machel H.G., Zhang T., Ellis G.S., Tang YC. and Peters K.E; “Distinguishing Solid Bitumens Formed by Thermochemical Sulfate Reduction and Thermal Chemical Alteration”; ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY 39 (8) 1137-1143 (2008)

30. Alon Amrani, Tongwei Zhang , Geoffery, S. Ellis, Qisheng Ma and Yongchun Tang; “The role of labile sulfur compounds in thermal sulfate reduction” Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta; Volume 72, Issue 12, 15 June 2008, Pages 2960–2972

31. Tian H, Xiao XM, Wilkins RWT, Tang YC; “New insights into the volume and pressure changes during the thermal cracking of oil to gas in reservoirs: Implications for the in-situ accumulation of gas cracked from oils” AAPG BULLETIN Vol.: 92 Iss. 2 pg.: 181-200 FEB 2008  

32. Alon Amrani, Qisheng Ma, Ward Said Ahmad, Zeev Aizenshtat Tang YC; “Sulfur isotope fractionation during incorporation of sulfur nucleophiles into organic compounds" Chem. Commun., 2008, 1356-1358

33. Tongwei Zhang, Geoffery, S. Ellis, Clifford C. Walters, Simon R. Kelemen, Kenny Wang, YC. Tang; “Geochemical signatures of thermochemical sulfate reduction in controlled hydrous pyrolysis experiments.” Org. Geochem. (2008). 39(3), 308-328

34. Geoffery, S. Ellis, Tongwei  Zhang, Qisheng Ma and Yongchun Tang "Kinetics and mechanism of hydrocarbon oxidation by thermochemical sulfate reduction." ( 2007 ) 23rd International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry. European Association of Organic Geochemists, Torquay, United Kingdom, 299-300.

35. Jang YH , Blanco M, Creek J, Tang YC, Goddard WA "Wax inhibition by comb-like polymers: Support of the incorporation-perturbation mechanism from molecular dynamics simulations" JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 111 (46): 13173-13179 NOV 22 2007

36. Wang QH, Fang XD, Bai BJ, Tang YC "Engineering bacteria for production of rhamnolipid as an agent for enhanced oil recovery" BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING 98 (4): 842-853 NOV 1 2007

37. Tang YC, Ellis GS, Ma QS; “Use of carbon and hydrogen stable isotopic composition to quantitatively assess natural gas generation” GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA 71 (15): A1001-A1001 Suppl. S AUG 2007

38. Alon Amrani, Jeffery W.Turner, Qisheng Ma, Tang YC, Patrick G.Hatcher "Formation of sulfur and nitrogen cross-linked macromolecules under aqueous conditions" GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA 71 (2007): 4141-4160

39. Yun Hee Jang, Mario Blanco, Jefferson Creek, Yougchun Tang, William A. Goddard III

40. "Wax Inhibition by Comb-Like Polymers: Support of the Incorporation-Perturbation Mechanism from Molecular Dynamics Simulations"  J. Phys. Chem. B 111 (46): 13173-13179 (2007)

41. Tongwei Zhang, Geoffrey S. Ellis, Kang-shi Wang, Clifford C. Walters, Yongchun Tang, “Effect of hydrocarbon type on thermochemical sulfate reduction”
Organnic Geochmistry 38 (2007) 897-910

42. Z Li, J Cheng, M Haught and Y Tang,  Direct methane conversion to methanol by ionic liquid-dissolved platinum catalysts   Chem. Commun, 2006, 4617 - 4619
(This paper is also appeared in science) http://www.rsc.org/Publishing/ChemScience/Volume/2006/12/from_methane_to_methanol.asp

43. Zhang AH, Ma QS, Wang KS, Liu XC, Shuler P, Tang YC , “Naphthenic acid removal from crude oil through catalytic decarboxylation on magnesium oxide”, APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL 303 (1): 103-109 APR 18 2006

44.  Ma QS, Chakraborty D, Faglioni F, Muller RP, Goddard WA, Harris T, Campbell C, Tang YC, “Alkylation of phenol: A mechanistic view”, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A 110 (6): 2246-2252 FEB 16 2006

45. Tang YC, Huang YS, Ellis GS, Wang Y, Kralert PG, Gillaizeau B, Ma QS, Hwang R, “A kinetic model for thermally induced hydrogen and carbon isotope fractionation of individual n-alkanes in crude oil”, GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA 69 (18): 4505-4520 SEP 15 2005

46.  Xiao XM, Zeng QH, Tian H, Wilkins RWT, Tang YC, “Origin and accumulation model of the AK-1 natural gas pool from the Tarim Basin, China”, ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY 36 (9): 1285-1298 2005

47. Tang Y, Schoell M. “A new genetic scheme for natural gas formation and isotopic evidence for oil cracking, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta”, Volume 69, Issue 10, Supplement 1 , 15 May 2005, Pages 501-550

48. Tang Y, Ellis G, Zhang TW “Effect of aqueous chemistry on the thermal stability of hydrocarbons in petroleum reservoirs Source”  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta [0016-7037] vol:69 iss:10 pg:A559 -A559, 2005

49. Jang SS, Lin ST, Maiti PK, Blanco M, Goddard WA, Shuler P, Tang YC “Molecular dynamics study of a surfactant-mediated decane-water interface: Effect of molecular architecture of alkyl benzene sulfonate”  JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 108 (32): 12130-12140 AUG 12 2004

50. Wang KS, Wu CH, Creek JL, Shuler PJ, Tang YC “Evaluation of effects of selected wax inhibitors on wax appearance and disappearance temperatures” PETROLEUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 21 (3-4): 359-368 2003

51. Hill RJ, Tang YC, Kaplan IR “Insights into oil cracking based on laboratory experiments”  ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY 34 (12): 1651-1672 2003

52. Wang KS, Wu CH, Creek JL, Shuler PJ, Tang YC “Title: Evaluation of effects of selected wax inhibitors on paraffin deposition”  PETROLEUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 21 (3-4): 369-379 2003

53. Wang KS, Wu CH, Creek JL, Shuler PJ, Tang YC “Title: Evaluation of effects of selected wax inhibitors on paraffin deposition”  PETROLEUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 21 (3-4): 369-379 2003

54. Yun Hee Jang, Xiao Yan Chang, Mario Blanco, Patrick Shuler, Yongchun Tang, William A. Goddard “The MSXX Force Field for the Barium Sulfate – Water Interface” J. Phys. Chemistry, B 2002, 106, 9951-9966

55. Wu, Chien-Hou, Wang, K.-S., Creek, J., Carlson, R. M., Cheung, S., Shuler, P. J., Tang, Y. Measurement of wax deposition in paraffin solutions,  AIChE, 48, 2107-2110 (2002)

56. Lorant F, Behar F, Goddard WA, Tang Y.  “Ab initio investigation of ethane dissociation using generalized transition state theory”, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A, 105: (33) 7896-7904 AUG 23 2001

57. Zhou Y., Cagin T., Yamaguchi E, Hu A., Tang Y. Goddard WA “ Structural and dynamic properties of hexadecane lubricantsunder shear flow in a confined geometry”, Edited by Woods Halley, ACS Symposium Series, Solid-Liquid Interface Theory, Page 158-177, 2001

58. Lorant F, Behar F, Vandenbroucke M, McKinney DE, Tang Y “Methane generation from methylated aromatics: Kinetic study and carbon isotope modeling”,  ENERGY & FUELS 14: (6) 1143-1155 NOV-DEC 2000

59. Sun Q, Tang Y, Gavalas GR, “Methane pyrolysis in a hot filament reactor” ENERGY & FUELS, 14: (2) 490-494 MAR-APR 2000

60. Zhou YH, Jiang SY, Cagin T, Yamaguchi ES, Frazier R, Ho A, Tang Y, Goddard WA, “Application of the self-assembled monolayer (SAM) model to dithiophosphate and dithiocarbamate engine wear inhibitors” JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A 104: (11) 2508-2524 MAR 23 2000

61. Tang Y, Perry JK, Jenden PD, Schoell M   “Mathematical modeling of stable carbon isotope ratios in natural gases” GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA  64: (15) 2673-2687 AUG 2000

62. Colussi AJ, Hoffmann MR, Tang Y “Conformational Disorder Binds n-Alkanes into Surface Monolayers above the Normal Freezing Pint” LANGMUIR 2000, 16 (12) 5213-5217

63. K. S. Wang, P. Resch, K. Dun, P. Shuler, Y. Tang, B. E. Koel, T.F. Yen  Scanning force microscopy study of etch pits formed during dissolution of a Barite (001) surface in CDTA and EDTA solution, Langmuir, 2000, 16, 649-655

64. Colussi AJ, Hoffmann MR, Tang Y Dynamic inhibition of constrained crystallization by mesoscopic morphology modifiers” LANGMUIR 16: (6) 2405-2408 MAR 21 2000

65. K. S. Wang, P. Resch, K. Dun, P. Shuler, Y. Tang, B. E. Koel, T.F. Yen Dissolution of the barite (001) surface by the chelating agent DTPA as studied with non-contact atomic force microscopy, Colloids, and Surfaces, 160 (1999), 217-227

66. Goddard WA, Zhou Y, Cagin T, Yamaguchi ES, Ho A, Tang Y, Design of new wear inhibitors based on self-assembled monolayer model and effects of wear inhibitors on confined nanoscale rheology. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 218: 61-PETR , Part 2 AUG 22 1999

67. K.S. Wang, R. Resch, B. Koel, P. J. Shuler, Y. Tang, H. Chen and T.F. Yen “Study of the Dissolution of the Barium Sulfate (001) Surface with Hydrochloric Acid by Atomic Force Microscopy”, J Colloid and Interface Science, 1999, 219, 212-215

68. K. Dunn, E. Daniel, P.J. Shuler, H. J. Chen, Y. Tang and T.F. Yen "Mechanisms of Surface Precipitation and Dissolution of Barite: A Morphology Approach", J. Colloid and Interface Science, 1999, 214, 427-437

69. P. M. Michalakos, R.C. Robinson, and Y. Tang  “Catalyst Deactivation in Cracking of Hexadecane and Commercial FCC Feed, Studied by Microactivity Test-Multiple Cold Trap (MAT-MCT) Technique", Catalysis Today, 1998, 46, 13-26

70. E Goldstein, M. Haught and Y. Tang "Evaluation of Density Functional Theory in the Bond Rupture of Octane", J. Computational Chemistry, 1998, V19(2), 154-167

71. Y. Tang, P. Jenden, R. M. Carlson, and J. M. Moldowan “Molecular modeling in Petroleum Geochemistry”, 18th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, 1997, Part I, page 325

72. Y. Tang, R. M. Carlson, P. Jenden, and R.  M. Hix “Assessment of diamondoid hydrocarbon maturity parameters using computational chemistry and controlled pyrolysis experiments, 18th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, 1997, Part II, page 573

73. F. Behar, Y. Tang, and J. Liu “Comparison of rate constants for some molecular tracers generated during artificial maturation of kerogens: influence of kerogen type”, Organic Geochem. 1997, Vol. 26, 281-287

74. F. Behar, M. Vandenbroucke, Y. Tang, F. Marquis “Thermal cracking of kerogen in open and closed system: determination of kinetic parameters and stoichiometric coefficients for oil and gas generation”, Organic Geochem., 1997, Vol. 26, 321-339

75. Liu JZ, Tang Y, “Kinetics of early methane generation from Green River shale”   CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN , 43: (22) 1908-1912 NOV 1998

76. J. Liu and Y. Tang “Experimental Studies on Generation Kinetics of n-Alkanes in Petroleum” CHIN-SCI-B v42 (12): pp1020-1023 (1997 Jun)

77. J. Liu and Y. Tang “Kinetics of Petroleum Generation Determined from Multiple Cold Trap Pyrolysis-GC Chromatography”  CHIN-SCI-B  v42 (3) : pp254-258 (1997 Feb)

78. Y. Tang, E. Zhang, R. Hill, J. Liu “Modeling gas generation from coals and kerogens”, 18th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, 1997, Part I, page 343

79. E. Zhang, Y. Tang, R. Hill “Basin modeling of gas generation and isotope fractionation from Cameo coal, Pieance Basin, NW Co.” 18th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, 1997, Part I, page 345

80. M. Schoell, Y. Tang, E. Zhang, F. Picha, A. Rovenskaya, N. Nemchenko “Natural gases in giant gas accumulations in NW-Siberia: New aspects of their genesis” 18th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, 1997, Part I, page 357

81. F. Lorant, F. Behar, Y. Tang “Estimation of late generation of gas from kerogen in open and closed pyrolysis systems” 18th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, 1997, Part II, page 569

82. M. Schoell, R. Dias, R.M.K. Carlson, P.D. Jenden, Y. Tang "Carbon Isotope Systematics in Diamondoid Hydrocarbons" 18th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, 1997, Part I, page 55

83. Y. Tang, P. Jenden, R. M. Carlson, and J. M. Moldowan “Molecular modeling in Petroleum Geochemistry”, 18th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, 1997, Part I, page 325

84. M. Blanco, Y. Tang, P. Shuler and W.A. Goddard “Activated Complex Theory of Barite Scale Control Processes” Molecular Engineering, 1997, 7, 491-514

85. Y. Tang, R. M. Carlson, P. Jenden, and R.  M. Hix “Assessment of diamondoid hydrocarbon maturity parameters using computational chemistry and controlled pyrolysis experiments, 18th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, 1997, Part II, page 573

86. K. Dunn, P. Shuler, Y. Tang, T.F. Yen “Chemical Dissolution for Controlling Barium-Sulfate Scale Deposit” ABS-PAP-ACS  v214 Part 2 : pp31-PETR (1997 Sep 7) 

87. Ramachandran, B.L. Tsai, M. Blanco, H. Chen, Y. Tang and W.A. Goddard III “Atomistic Simulation of Oleic Imidazolines Bound to Ferric Clusters”, J. Phys. Chem, 1997, 101(1), 83-89

88. P. M. Michalakos, R.C. Robinson, and Y. Tang  “Catalyst Deactivation in Cracking of Hexadecane and Commercial FCC Feed, Studied by Microactivity Test-Multiple Cold Trap (MAT-MCT) Technique", 15 North American Catalysis Society, Chicago, 1997, page 29

89. SY Jiang, R. Frazier, ES Yamaguchi, M. Blanco, and S Dasgupta “THE SAM MODEL FOR WEAR INHIBITOR PERFORMANCE OF DITHIOPHOSPHATES ON IRON-OXIDE” J-PHYS-CH-B v101 (39): pp7702-7709 (1997 Sep 25) 

90. Y. Tang, P.D. Jenden; A. Nigrini; S.C. Teerman “Modeling Early Methane Generation in Coal” ENERGY & FUELS, 1996, 10(3) 659-671

91. F. Behar, Y. Tang “Comparison of Rate Constants for Some Molecular Tracers Generated During Artificial Maturation of Kerogens Influence of Kerogen Type” Energy of Fuel, 1996

92. S.Ramachandran; B.L. Tsai, M. Blanco, H. Chen, Y. Tang and W.A. Goddard III “The SAM Mechanism for Corrosion Inhibtion of Iron by Imidazolines”, Langimiur, 1996, 12(26), 6419-6428

93. S. Jiang, S. Dasgupta, M. Blanco, R. Frazier, E. S. Yamaguchi, Y. Tang, and W.A. Goddard III “Structures, Vibrations and Force Fields of Dithiophosphate Wear Inhibitors from Ab Initio Quantum Chemistry” J. Phys Chem, 1996, 100(39) 15760-15769

94. A.J. Tomic; F. Behar; M. Vandenbrouchke; Y. Tang “Artificial Maturation of Monterey Kerogen (Type II-S) in A Closed System And Comparison with Type-II Kerogen - Implications on the Fate of Sulfur” ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY, 1995, 23(7) 647-660

95. Y.Tang and P. D. Jenden “Theoretical Modeling of Carbon and Hydrogen Isotope Fractionation in Natural Gas” Organic Geochemistry, 1995, Page 1067-1096

96. R.J. Hill, Y. Tang, I.R. Kaplan, P.D. Jenden “Pressure Effect on Oil Cracking”, Energy & Fuel, 1996, 10(4), 873-882

97. Y. Tang and F. Behar "Rate Constants and Activation Energies of n Alkanes Generation from Type II Kerogen in Open and Closed Pyrolysis systems” Energy & Fuels, 1995, 9, 507

98. Y. Tang and M. Stauffer "Formation of Pristene, Pristane and Phytane - Kinetic Study by Laboratory Pyrolysis of Monterey Source Rock" Organic Geochemistry, 1995, Vol 23, No. 5, 451

99. R. J. Hill, Y. Tang, P.D. Jenden, I.R. Kaplan “The influence of Pressure, Temperature and Time of the Thermal Cracking of Oil As Simulated by Confined Pyrolysis” Abs of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 1995, 209, 62 (Geoc)

100. Y. Tang, E. Zhang “Kinetic Modeling of Thermogenic Methane Formation Through Pyrolysis Experiments” Abs of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 1995, 209, 48 (Geoc)

101. Y. Tang, E. Zhang “Kinetic Modeling of Thermogenic Methane Formation Through Pyrolysis Experiments” Abs of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 1995, 209, 48 (Geoc)

102. Y. Tang, P. Shuler, H. Chen, P. D. Jenden, R.M. Carlson, M. Blanco, S. Ramachandran, B. L. Tsai, J. Perry, W.A. Goddard III “Applications of Molecular Simulations in Petroleum Upstream Technology”, 1995, Tech. Exchange Meeting (TEM), 

103. S. Dasgupta, Y. Tang, et. al. “Stabliize a Boat Cyclohexane Ring” J. Am Chem. Soc. 1995, 117, 6532.

104. Y. Tang and M. Stauffer “A New Technique for Modeling Hydrocarbon Generation” ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY, 1994, 22(3-5) 863-872

105. Y. Tang and M. Stauffer "Multiple Cold Trap Pyrolysis GC: A New Technique for Modeling Hydrocarbon Generation" J. Appl. Anal. and Applied Pyrolysis, 1994, 28, 176
106. S. C. Teerman, R. J. Hwang, Y. Tang “Geochemical Evaluation of the Liquid Hydrocarbon Potential of Marginal Source Rocks” 1994, IPA94, page 457

107. R. J. Hill, P. D. Jenden, Y. Tang, I. R. Kaplan “Influence of Pressure on Pyrolysis of Coal” Am. Chem. Soc. Symposium Series, 1994, 570, 161-193

108. Y. Tang and M. Stauffer "Compositional Modeling of Hydrocarbon Generation" Advances in organic Geochemistry, 1994, Vol. 22, 863

109. Y. Tang, M. Blanco X. Chung, W.A. Goddard "Cost Effective Scale and Corrosion Inhibitor for Oil and Gas Production" 1994, 12 29, Anual Report from Molecular Simulation Center, Caltech

110. Y. Tang, G. Gao, M. Belmer, W.A. Goddard "Glass Transition Temperature of Amprphous Polyethylene for Molecular Dynamic Simulation:" 1994,11 5, Anual Report from Molecular Simulation Center, Caltech.

111. Y. Tang, G. Gao, M. Belmer, W.A. Goddard "Glass Transition Temperature of Amprphous Polystyrene for Molecular Dynamic Simulation:" 1994, 11-7 Anual Report from Molecular Simulation Center, Caltech.

112. W.A. Goddard, M. Melmares, G. Gao, S. Dasgupta, Y. Tang, W. Hammond, R. Wissinger, D. White, P. Adriani “Applications of Atomistic Simulations to Design of Materials” Abs of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 1994, 207, 103 (Comp)

113. W.A. Goddard, K.T. Lim, M. Melmares, Y. Gao, X. Chen, Y. Tang “Simulation and Design of Materials - Applications to Polymers, Ceramics, Semiconductors, and Catalysis” Abs of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 1994, 208, 391 (Phys)

114. Y. Tang, P.D. Jenden and S. C. Teerman "Modeling of Thermogenic Methane Formation in Low Rank Coals   Published Models and Results From Laboratory Pyrolysis of lignite Proceedings of the 15th Meeting of the European Association of Organic Geochemists, edited by D. Manning, Manchester University Press, pp. 329, 1991F.

115. P. H. Wine, Y. Tang, R. P. Thorn and J. R. Wells "Kinetics of Aqueous Phase Reactions of the SO4= Radical with Potential Importance in Cloud Chemistry” J. Geophysical Research, Vol 94, 1085, 1989

116. Y. Tang, R. P. Thorn, R. L. Mauldin III and P. H. Wine "Kinetics and Spectroscopy of the 504= Radical in Aqueous Solution” J. Photochem. and Photobiology, A: Chemistry, Vol 44, 243, 1988

117. A.D. Ritchie and Y. Tang " Cation Anion Combination Reactions. 25. The Reactivity of Carbonate Ion" J. Organic Chem. Vol 18, 51, 1986

118. Y. Tang and Jared A. Butcher, Jr. "Numerical Analysis of the Impossible Kinetics in Flash Absortion Spectroscopy" J. Phys. Chem. Vol 89, 4844, 1985



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