Full Name
CHEN LI
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Chen, L.
 
 
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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12002An efficient algorithm for automatic phase correction of NMR spectra based on entropy minimizationChen, L. ; Weng, Z. ; Goh, L. ; Garland, M. 
2Mar-2003Band centers and track finding for large two-dimensional infrared spectroscopic arraysChen, L. ; Garland, M. 
318-May-2018Black Phosphorus Carbide as a Tunable Anisotropic Plasmonic MetasurfaceHuang, Xin ; Cai, Yongqing ; Feng, Xuewei ; Tan, Wee Chong ; Hasan, Dihan Md. Nuruddin ; Chen, Li ; Chen, Nan ; Wang, Lin ; Huang, Li ; Duffin, Thorin Jake ; Nijhuis, Christian A. ; Zhang, Yong-Wei ; Lee, Chengkuo ; Ang, Kah-Wee 
425-Jan-2004Chiral fixed bed reactor for stereoselective heterogeneous catalysis: Modification, regeneration, and multiple product synthesesZhao, Y.; Gao, F.; Chen, L. ; Garland, M. 
5Mar-2003Computationally efficient curve-fitting procedure for large two-dimensional experimental infrared spectroscopic arrays using the Pearson VII modelChen, L. ; Garland, M. 
62004Massively parallel entropy based pattern recognition for system identification in catalytic binuclear elimination reactionLi, C.; Chen, L. ; Widjaja, E.; Zhang, H.; Guo, L.; Chew, W.
72004Massively parallel entropy based pattern recognition for system identification in catalytic binuclear elimination reactionLi, C.; Chen, L. ; Widjaja, E.; Zhang, H.; Quo, L.; Chew, W.
8May-2003Spectral pattern recognition of in situ FT-IR spectroscopic reaction data using minimization of entropy and spectral similarity (MESS): Application to the homogeneous rhodium catalyzed hydroformylation of isopreneChen, L. ; Chew, W.; Garland, M. 
9May-2003Spectral pattern recognition of in situ FT-IR spectroscopic reaction data using minimization of entropy and spectral similarity (MESS): Application to the homogeneous rhodium catalyzed hydroformylation of isopreneChen, L. ; Chew, W.; Garland, M. 
1031-Oct-2007Synchronicity of mononuclear and dinuclear events in homogeneous catalysis. Hydroformylation of cyclopentene using Rh 4(CO) 12 and HRe(CO) 5 as precursorsLi, C.; Chen, L. ; Garland, M.