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Journal Article (25)

2009
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Rinaldi, R.; Schüth, F. Acid Hydrolysis of Cellulose as the Entry Point into Biorefinery Schemes. ChemSusChem 2009, 2, 1096–1107.
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Weidenthaler, C.; Pommerin, A.; Felderhoff, M.; Sun, W.; Wolverton, C.; Bogdanović, B.; Schüth, F. Complex Rare-Earth Aluminum Hydrides: Mechanochemical Preparation, Crystal Structure and Potential for Hydrogen Storage. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2009, 131, 16735–16743.
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Schaack, B. B.; Schrader, W.; Corma, A.; Schüth, F. Nucleation of ITQ-21 Studied by ESI-MS. Chemistry of Materials 2009, 21, 4448–4453.
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Schaack, B. B.; Schrader, W.; Schüth, F. Structural Insight into Germanium-Containing Silicate Species by Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry (ESI-MS) and ESI-MS/MS. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2009, 113, 11240–11246.
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Schaack, B. B.; Schrader, W.; Schüth, F. How are Heteroelements (Ga and Ge) Incorporated in Silicate Oligomers? Chemistry – A European Journal 2009, 15, 5920–5925.
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Pawelke, R. H.; Felderhoff, M.; Weidenthaler, C.; Bogdanović, B.; Schüth, F. Mechanochemical Synthesis of Ternary Potassium Transition Metal Chlorides. Zeitschrift für anorganische und allgemeine Chemie 2009, 635, 265–270.
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Benitez, M. J.; Petracic, O.; Tüysüz, H.; Schüth, F.; Zabel, H. Decoupling of Magnetic Core and Shell Contributions in Antiferromagnetic Co3O4 Nanostructures. EPL 2009, 88.
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Bogdanović, B.; Felderhoff, M.; Pommerin, A.; Schüth, F.; Spielkamp, N.; Stark, A. Cycling Properties of Sc- and Ce-Doped NaAlH₄ Hydrogen Storage Materials Prepared by the One-Step Direct Synthesis Method. Journal of Alloys and Compounds 2009, 471, 383–386.
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Branton, P.; Lu, A.-H.; Schüth, F. The Effect of Carbon Pore Structure on the Adsorption of Cigarette Smoke Vapour Phase Compounds. Carbon 2009, 47, 1005–1011.
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Eberle, U.; Felderhoff, M.; Schüth, F. Chemical and Physical Solutions for Hydrogen Storage. Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 2009, 48, 6608–6630.
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Lignier, P.; Comotti, M.; Schüth, F.; Rousset, J.-L.; Caps, V. Effect of the Titania Morphology on the Au/TiO₂-Catalyzed Aerobic Epoxidation of Stilbene. Catalysis Today 2009, 141, 355–360.
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Llamas-Galilea, J.; Gobin, O. C.; Schüth, F. Comparison of Single- and Multiobjective Design of Experiment in Combinatorial Chemistry for the Selective Dehydrogenation of Propane. Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry 2009, 11, 907–913.
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Onfroy, T.; Li, W.-C.; Schüth, F.; Knözinger, H. Surface Chemistry of Carbon-Templated Mesoporous Aluminas. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2009, 11, 3671–3679.
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Palkovits, R.; Antonietti, M.; Kuhn, P.; Thomas, A.; Schüth, F. Solid Catalysts for the Selective Low-Temperature Oxidation of Methane to Methanol. Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 2009, 48, 6909–6912.
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Palkovits, R.; Arlt, D.; Stepowska, H.; Schüth, F. Reversible Immobilization of a Molecular Catalyst and Challenges of Catalyst Characterization. Chemistry-A European Journal 2009, 15, 9183–9190.
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Palkovits, R.; Schmidt, W.; Ilhan, Y.; Erdem-Senatalar, A.; Schüth, F. Crosslinked TS-1 as Stable Catalyst for the Beckmann Rearrangement of Cyclohexanone Oxime. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 2009, 117, 228–232.
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Rinaldi, R.; Schüth, F. Design of Solid Catalysts for the Conversion of Biomass. Energy & Environmental Science 2009, 2, 610–626.
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Schüth, F. Challenges in Hydrogen Storage. European Physical Journal-Special Topics 2009, 176, 155–166.
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Streukens, G.; Schüth, F. Catalytic Hydrogenations of Tolane and Stilbene with Ti- and Ce-Doped Complex Metal Hydrides. Journal of Alloys and Compounds 2009, 474, 57–60.
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Strunk, J.; Kähler, K.; Xia, X.; Comotti, M.; Schüth, F.; Reinecke, T.; Muhler, M. Au/ZnO as Catalyst for Methanol Synthesis: The Role of Oxygen Vacancies. Applied Catalysis A - General 2009, 359, 121–128.
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