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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Karen M Wagner
Sustainable Biofuels and Co-products Research
Biologist

Phone: (215) 233-6518 ext. 6518
Fax: (215) 233-6795
Room 3104

600 E MERMAID LN
ERRC
WYNDMOOR , PA 190388598


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Synthesis and low temperature characterization of iso-oleic ester derivatives -
Simplifying biodiesel production: the direct or 'in situ' transesterification of algal biomass -
Haas, M.J., Wagner, K. 2011. Simplifying biodiesel production: the direct or 'in situ' transesterification of algal biomass. European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology. 113,No. 10, p.1219-1229.
Substrate pretreatment can reduce the alcohol requirement during biodiesel production via in situ transesterification -
Haas, M.J., Wagner, K. 2011. Substrate pretreatment can reduce the alcohol requirement during biodiesel production via in situ transesterification. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. 88:1203-1209.
Butter as a Feedstock for Biodiesel Production -
Haas, M.J., Berry, W., Feldman, E., Kasprzyk, S., Bockian Landsburg, E., Ratigan, B., Wagner, K., Adawi, N. 2010. Butter as a Feedstock for Biodiesel Production. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 58:7680-7684.
The identification and quantification of steryl glucosides in precipitates from commercial biodiesel -
Moreau, R.A., Scott, K.M., Haas, M.J. 2008. The identification and quantification of steryl glucosides in precipitates from commercial biodiesel. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. 85:761-770.
THE GENERAL APPLICABILITY OF IN SITU TRANSESTERIFICATION FOR THE PRODUCTION OF FATTY ACID ESTERS FROM A VARIETY OF FEEDSTOCKS -
Haas, M.J., Scott, K.M., Foglia, T.A., Marmer, W.N. 2007. The general applicability of in situ transesterification for the production of fatty acid esters from a variety of feedstocks. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. 84(10):963-970.
In situ Transesterification: Process Modifications to Improve Efficiency; and Use of the Spent Meal in an Aquaculture Diet -
Haas, M.J., Barrows, F., Mcaloon, A.J., Scott, K.M. 2007. In situ Transesterification: Process Modifications to Improve Efficiency; and Use of the Spent Meal in an Aquaculture Diet [abstract]. Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Oil Chemists' Society. p. 94.
MOISTURE REMOVAL SUBSTANTIALLY IMPROVES THE EFFICIENCY OF IN SITU BIODIESEL PRODUCTION FROM SOYBEANS -
Haas, M.J., Scott, K.M. 2007. Moisture removal substantially improves the efficiency of in situ biodiesel production from soybeans. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. 84(2):197-204.
DIRECT PRODUCTION OF BIODIESEL FROM LIPID-BEARING MATERIALS, INCLUDING CANOLA -
Haas, M.J., Scott, K.M., Foglia, T.A., Marmer, W.N. 2006. Direct production of biodiesel from lipid-bearing materials, including canola. Proceedings of Technical Meeting of the International Repeseed Research Group, Canadian Grain Commission. p. 6.
BIODIESEL PRODUCTION BY THE DIRECT ALKALINE TRANSESTERIFICATION OF LIPID BEARING MATERIALS -
Haas, M.J., Scott, K.M., Foglia, T.A., Marmer, W.N. 2005. Biodiesel production by the direct alkaline transesterification of lipid bearing materials. World Congress International Society for Fat Research. p. 90-91.
DIRECT PRODUCTION OF BIODIESEL FROM LIPID-BEARING MATERIALS -
Haas, M.J., Scott, K.M., Marmer, W.N. 2005. Direct production of biodiesel from lipid-bearing materials [abstract]. Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Oil Chemists' Society. p. 60.
NEW BIODIESEL PRODUCTION METHODS: DIRECT ALKALINE TRANSESTERIFICATION OF LIPID BEARING MATERIALS -
Haas, M.J., Scott, K.M., Foglia, T.A., Marmer, W.N. 2005. New biodiesel production methods: direct alkaline transesterification of lipid bearing materials [abstract]. National Biodiesel Conference & Expo. p. 15.
ALTERNATE FEEDSTOCKS AND NEW APPROACHES TO IMPROVE THE ECONOMICS OF BIODIESEL -
Haas, M.J., Scott, K.M., Mcaloon, A.J., Foglia, T.A. 2004. Alternate feedstocks and new approaches to improve the economics of biodiesel [abstract]. Canadian Section of the American Oil Chemists' Society. p. 4.
PRODUCTION OF FATTY ACID ESTERS BY DIRECT ALKALINE TRANSESTERIFICATION: PROCESS OPTIMIZATION FOR IMPROVED ECONOMICS -
Haas, M.J., McAloon, A.J., Scott, K.M. 2004. Production of fatty acid esters by direct alkaline transesterification: process optimization for improved economics [abstract]. Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Oil Chemists' Society. p. 76.
NEW USES FOR REFINERY BYPRODUCTS: BIODIESEL FROM SOYBEAN SOAPSTOCK -
Haas, M.J., Scott, K.M., McAloon, A.J., Foglia, T.A. 2004. New uses for refinery byproducts: biodiesel from soybean soapstock [abstract]. Proceedings IV International Soybean Processing and Utilization Congress. p. 994-999.
IN SITU ALKALINE TRANSESTERIFICATION: AN EFFECTIVE METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION OF FATTY ACID ESTERS FROM VEGETABLE OILS -
Haas, M.J., Scott, K.M., Marmer, W.N., Foglia, T.A. 2004. In situ alkaline transesterification: an effective method for the production of fatty acid esters from vegetable oils. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. 81(1):83-89.
LIPID RICH COMPOSITIONS, PRODUCTION OF LIPID RICH COMPOSITIONS, PRODUCTION OF FATTY ACID ALKYL ESTERS FROM HETEROGENOUS LIPID MIXTURES -
Haas, M.J., Scott, K.M., Michalski, P.J., Runyon, S. 2005. Lipid rich compositions, production of lipid rich compositions, production of fatty acid alkyl esters from heterogenous lipid mixtures. U.S. Patent 6,855,838.
THE PRODUCTION OF FATTY ACID METHYL ESTERS FROM ACID OIL, A BYPRODUCT OF VEGETABLE OIL REFINING -
HAAS, M.J., MICHALSKI, P.J., RUNYON, S., SCOTT, K.M., NUNEZ, A. PRODUCTION OF FAME FROM ACID OIL, A BY-PRODUCT OF VEGETABLE OIL REFINING. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OIL CHEMISTS SOCIETY. 2003. V. 80. p. 97-102.
PARTIAL PURIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF LIPASE FROM GERMINATING SEEDS OF JATROPHA CURCAS L. -
ABIGOR, R.D., UADIA, P.O., FOGLIA, T.A., HAAS, M.J., SCOTT, K.M., SAVARY, B.J. PARTIAL PURIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF LIPASE FROM GERMINATING SEEDS OF JATROPHA CURCAS L.. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OIL CHEMISTS SOCIETY. 2002. v. 79. p. 1123-1126.
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