1.       Glassman, I., Sawyer, R.F. and Mellor, A.M. (1964). Propellant potential of vaporized metals in temperature‑limited rocket systems. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journal, 2, 2049‑2051.


2.       Sawyer, R.F. and Glassman, I. (1967). The gas phase reactions of hydrazine with nitrogen dioxide, nitric oxide, and oxygen. Eleventh Symposium (International) on Combustion, 861‑869, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


3.       Branch, M.C. and Sawyer, R.F. (1969). Non‑equilibrium combustion and nozzle flow in propellant performance. Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 6, 1322‑1325.


4.       Starkman, E.S., Carr, R., Johnson, G., Muzio, L.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1970). Alternative fuels for control of engine emissions. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, 20, 87‑92.


5.       Sawyer, R.F. and Caretto, L.S. (1970). Air pollution sources re‑evaluated. Environmental Science and Technology, 4, 453‑455.


6.       Parikh, P.G., Sawyer, R.F., and London, A.L. (1973). Pollutants from methane fueled gas turbine combustion. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Journal of Engineering for Power, 97‑104.


7.       Matthews, R.D., Sawyer, R.F. and Schefer, R.W. (1977). Interferences in chemiluminescent measurement of NO and NO2 emissions from combustion systems. Environmental Science and Technology, 11, 12, 1092‑1096.


8.       Wang, Y.Y., Rappaport, S.M., Sawyer, R.F., Talcott, R.E. and Wei, E.T. (1978). Direct‑acting mutagens in automobile exhaust. Cancer Letters, 5, 39‑47.


9.       Smith, O.I., Westbrook, C.K. and Sawyer, R.F. (1979). Lean limit combustion in an expanding chamber. Seventeenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 1305-1313, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


10.    Arbib, H.A., Sawyer, R.F. and Weinberg, F.J. (1981). The combustion characteristics of spouted beds. Eighteenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 233-242, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


11.    Sawyer, R.F. (1981). The formation and destruction of pollutants in combustion processes. Plenary Lecture, Eighteenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 1-22, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


12.    Ohtake, K., Sawyer, R.F. and Hart, J.R. (1984). Combustion and Flow in a Two-dimensional Spouted Bed. Twentieth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 1423‑1433, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


13.    Sawyer, R.F. (1993). Reformulated gasoline for automotive emissions reduction. Twenty-Fourth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 1423-1432, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


14.    Calvert, J.G., Heywood, J.G., Sawyer, R.F., and Seinfeld, J.H. (1993). Achieving acceptable air quality: some reflections on controlling vehicle emissions. Science, 261, 37-45.


15.    Utell, M., Warren, J., and Sawyer, R.F. (1993). Public health risks from auto emissions. Annual Review of Public Health.


16.    Harley, R.A., Sawyer, R.F., and Milford, J.B. (1997). Updated photochemical modeling for Californiaís South Coast Air Basin: comparison of chemical mechanisms and motor vehicle emission inventories. Environmental Science and Technology, 31, 2829-2839.


17.    Dunn-Rankin, D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1998). Tulip flames: changes in shape of premixed flames propagating in closed tubes. Experiments in Fluids 24, 130-140.


18.    Kean, A.J., Harley, R.A., and Sawyer, R.F. (2000). A fuel-based assessment of off-road diesel engine emissions. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 50: 1929-1939.


19.    Sawyer, R.F., Harley, R.A., Cadle, S.H., Norbeck, J.M., Slott, R., and Bravo, H.A. (2000). Mobile Sources Critical Review: 1998 NARSTO Assessment. Atmospheric Environment 34, 2161-2181.


20.    Franklin, P.M., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (2000). Clearing the air: using scientific information to regulated reformulated fuels. Environmental Science and Technology, 34, 3857-3863.


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