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14. Bregante, D.T.; Tan, J.Z.; Sutrisno, A.; Flaherty, D.W.; “Heteroatom Substituted Zeolite FAU with Ultralow Al Contents for Liquid-Phase Oxidation Catalysis” In review.

13. Bregante, D.T.; Flaherty, D.W.; “Impact of Specific Interactions Among Reactive Surface Intermediates and Confined Water on Epoxidation Catalysis and Adsorption in Lewis Acid Zeolites” ACS Catalysis, In revision.


12. Hong, Y.T.; Bregante, D.T.; Lee, J.C.; Seo, Y.; Schook, L.; Flaherty, D.W.; Rogers, S.; Kong, H.; “Catalytic Microgelators for Decoupled Control of Gelation Rate and Rigidity of the Biological Gels” In review.


11. Bregante, D.T.; Johnson, A.M.; Patel, A.Y.; Ayla, E.Z.; Cordon, M.J.; Bukowski, B.C.; Greeley, J.; Gounder, R.; Flaherty, D.W.; “Cooperative Effects between Hydrophilic Pores and Solvents: Catalytic Consequences of Hydrogen Bonding on Alkene Epoxidation in Zeolites Journal of the American Chemical Society 2019, 141, 7302 – 7319. (PDF | SI)


10. Bregante, D.T.; Thornburg, N.E.; Notestein, J.M.; Flaherty, D.W.; “Consequences of Confinement for Olefin Epoxidation with Hydrogen Peroxide on Highly Dispersed Group IV and V Metal Oxide CatalystsACS Catalysis 20188, 2995-3010. (PDF | SI)

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9. Bregante, D.T.; Patel, A.Y.; Johnson, A.M.; Flaherty, D.W.; “Catalytic Thiophene Oxidation by Groups 4 and 5 Framework-Substituted Zeolites with Hydrogen Peroxide: Mechanistic and Spectroscopic Evidence for the Effects of Metal Lewis Acidity and Solvent Lewis Basicity Journal of Catalysis 2018364, 415-425. (PDF | SI)

8. Wilson, N.W.; Schroder, J.; Priyadarshini, P.; Bregante, D.T.; Kunz, S.;  Flaherty, D.W.; “Direct Synthesis of H2O2­ on PdZn Nanoparticles: The Impact of Electronic Modifications and Heterogeneity of Active Sites Journal of Catalysis 2018368, 261-274. (PDF | SI)

7. Dion, M.Z.; Wang, Y.J.; Bregante, D.T.; Chan, W.; Andersen, N.; Hilderbrand, A.; Leiske, D.; Salisbury, C.M.; “The use of a 2,2’azobis (2-amidinopropane) dihydrochloride (AAPH) stress model as an indicator of oxidation susceptibility for monoclonal antibodiesJournal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2018107, 550-558. (PDF)

6. Bregante, D.T.; Flaherty, D.W.; “Periodic Trends in Olefin Epoxidation over Group IV and V Framework Substituted Zeolite Catalysts: A Kinetic and Spectroscopic StudyJournal of the American Chemical Society 2017139, 6888-6898. (PDF | SI)

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5. Bregante, D.T.; Priyadarshini, P.; Flaherty, D.W.; “Kinetic and Spectroscopic Evidence for Reaction Pathways and Intermediates for Olefin Epoxidation on Nb in *BEAJournal of Catalysis 2017, 348, 75-89. (PDF | SI)


4. Moteki, T.; Rowley, A.T.; Bregante, D.T.; Flaherty, D.W.; “Formation Pathways toward 2- and 4-Methylbenzaldehyde via Sequential Reactions from Acetaldehyde over Hydroxyapatite CatalystsChemCatChem, 20179, 1921-1929. (PDF)



3. Dursch, T.J.; Liu, D.E.; Taylor, N.O.; Chan, S.Y.; Bregante, D.T.; Radke, C.J.; “Diffusion of Water-Soluble Sorptive Drugs in HEMA/MAA Hydrogels Journal of Controlled Release 2016, 239, 242-248. (PDF)


2. Dursch, T.J.; Liu, D.E.; Oh, Y.; Bregante, D.T.; Chan, S.Y.; Radke, C.J.; “Equilibrium water and solute uptake in silicone hydrogelsActa Biomaterialia 2015, 18, 112-117. (PDF)


Book Chapters

1. Bregante, D.T.; Wilson, N.M.;‡ Priyadarshini, P.; Flaherty, D.W.; “Production and use of H2O2 for atom-efficient functionalization of hydrocarbons and small moleculesCatalysis 2017, 29, 122-212. (PDF)