6th International FEZA Conference

Poster programme

A. Novel Materials
- A1. Innovative approaches
- A2. Hierarchically structured Materials
- A3. Zeolites and related Materials
- A4. MOFs and PCPs

B. Understanding Properties
- B1. Characterization I (Spectroscopy)
- B2. Characterization II
- B3. Theory / Modelling / Simulation

C. Sustainable Solutions
- C1. Energy Conversion and Storage
- C2. Methanol Conversion
- C3. Hydrocarbon Conversions
- C4. Redox Catalysis
- C5. Adsorption and Separation
- C6. (Bio)Medical Applications
- C7. Biomass-Related Catalysis
- C8. Emission Control


 

Poster session I
Tuesday, 9 September from 16:30 - 18:00:

A. Novel Materials
- A1. Innovative approaches
- A2. Hierarchically structured Materials
- A3. Zeolites and related Materials

C. Sustainable Solutions
- C1. Energy Conversion and Storage
- C2. Methanol Conversion
- C3. Hydrocarbon Conversions
- C4. Redox Catalysis

 

Poster session II
Wednesday, 10 September from 16:30 - 18:00:

A. Novel Materials
- A4. MOFs and PCPs

B. Understanding Properties
- B1. Characterization I (Spectroscopy)
- B2. Characterization II
- B3. Theory / Modelling / Simulation

C. Sustainable Solutions
- C5. Adsorption and Separation
- C6. (Bio)Medical Applications
- C7. Biomass-Related Catalysis
- C8. Emission Control


 

Topic

A. Novel Materials

P A1.02 Preparation of new nanoporous hybrid metallophosphates-aminocid materials
M. Hasnaoui, N. Chouat, S. Benchabane, M. Sassi, A. Bengueddach, Oran University/DZ; A. Cornia, University of Modena/I
P A1.03 Ab initio molecular modelling of the dealumination mechanisms of relevant zeolite frameworks
M.C. Silaghi, E. Petracovschi, T. Kerber, C. Chizallet, IFP Energies nouvelles, Solaize/F; J. Sauer, Humboldt University Berlin/D; P. Raybaud, IFP Energies nouvelles, Solaize/F
P A1.04 Mesoporous and graphitic carbons by high temperature reactive extraction of carbides
J. Gläsel, M. Hilgart, G. Zhang, B.J.M. Etzold, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P A1.05 Comparison of post-grafting surface modification and "ship-in-bottle" method in mesopores
K. Sato, H. Yoshitake, Yokohama National University/J
P A1.07 Carbide-derived carbons with core-shell pore structure
T. Ariyanto, J. Gläsel, A. Kern, B.J.M. Etzold, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P A1.08 Synthesis of small pore silicoaluminophosphates with controlled Si distribution by using supramolecular self-assembled OSDAs
M. Moliner, R. Martinez-Franco, A. Cantin, A. Corma, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P A1.09 UpsaliteTM: a template-free micro- and mesoporous amorphous magnesium carbonate
S. Frykstrand, J. Forsgren, A. Mihranyan, M. Strømme, Uppsala University/S
P A1.10 Functionalised silver-zeolites for polymer composite fabrication
S. Belkhair, M. Kinninmonth, L. Fisher, C. Liauw, J. Verran, L. Tosheva, Manchester Metropolitan University/UK
P A1.11 Carbon monoliths obtained from porous concrete as a template
M. Taubert, J. Beckmann, J. Zimmermann, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg/D; A. Lange, D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D; O. Klepel, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg/D
P A1.12 Towards a new strategy for the tailored design of hybrid microporous materials
M.E. Potter, D. Xuereb, University of Southampton/UK; C.W. Jones, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA/USA; A. Levy, Honeywell LLC, Morristown, NJ/USA; R. Raja, University of Southampton/UK
P A1.13 The first synthesis of a new microporous zeolitic silicoborate (ITQ-52) using aminophosphonium as OSDA
R. Simancas, J. L. Jordá, F. Rey, A. Corma, A. Cantín, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E; I. Peral, C. Popescu, ALBA Light Source, Barcelona/E
P A1.14 New nanocomposite ferroelectric and multiferroic materials based on the porous glasses
T. Antropova, O. Pshenko, I. Drozdova, M. Arsent'ev, Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg/RUS; E. Rysiakiewicz-Pasek, A. Cizman, Wroclaw University of Technology/PL
P A1.15 High surface area alpha-alumina through condensation-enhanced self-assembly of sol-gel mesophases
L. Lopez Perez, H.J. Heeres, I. Melian-Cabrera, University of Groningen/NL
P A1.16 Pore size control of soft-templated mesoporous carbons
K. Kishimoto, S. Tanaka, Y. Miyake, Kansai University, Osaka/J
P A1.17 Fine pore tuning of sugar-derived ordered porous carbons
S. Kubo, Y. Ohko, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba/J; R.J. White, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies e.V., Potsdam/D; M-M. Titirici, Queen Mary University of London/UK
P A1.18 Synthesis, structure and properties of new ferroelectric composites on the base of nanoporous silica glasses
E. Rysiakiewicz-Pasek, A. Cizman, Wroclaw University of Technology/PL; I. Drozdova, I. Polyakova, T. Antropova, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg/RUS
P A1.19 Incorporation of metal nanoparticles and complexes in mesoporous frameworks via sol-gel coordination chemistry
N. Linares, E. Serrano, University of Alicante/E; J.R. Berenguer, University of La Rioja, Logroño/E; J. Garcia-Martinez, University of Alicante/E
P A1.20 Chemical durability investigation of phase-separated Na2O-B2O3-SiO2-Fe2O3 glasses suitable for new porous matrixes
M. Konon, I. Anfimova, T. Kostyreva, T. Antropova, Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry RAS, St. Petersburg/RUS
P A1.21 Sucrose as a porogeneous agent in synthesis of mesoporous aluminosilicates
E. Janiszewska, S. Kowalak, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan/PL
P A1.22 Unusual coordination state of cobalt ions in zeolites modified by aluminum chloride
M.I. Shilina, G.Y. Vasilevsky, T.N. Rostovshchikova, Lomonosov Moscow State University/RUS; V.Y. Murzin, NRC "Kurchatov Institute", Moscow/RUS
P A1.23 Mesoporous polymer monoliths received by hard templating
R. Ellinghaus, J. Schaaf, B. Smarsly, Universität Giessen/D
P A1.24 Silver and sulfadiazine-loaded nanostructured silica materials
Á. Szegedi, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest/H; M. Popova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia/BG; K. Yoncheva, Faculty of Pharmacy, Sofia/BG; J. Makk, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest/H; J. Mihály, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest/H; P. Shestakova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia/BG
P A1.25 MCM-36 pillaring with V2O5 and their application to C3-ODH
J. Hidalgo-Carrillo, R. Bulánek, P. Cicmanec, University of Pardubice/CZ; M. Kubu, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, v.v.i., Prague/CZ
P A1.26 A general strategy for the synthesis of micelle-templated mesoporous metal carbonates and metal oxides
B. Eckhardt, E. Ortel, D. Bernsmeier, P. Strasser, TU Berlin/D; U. Vainio, Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron, Hamburg/D; J. Polte, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin/D; F. Emmerling, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung, Berlin/D; R. Kraehnert, TU Berlin/D
P A1.27 Preparation of high surface area metal oxides for catalytic applications
M. Klapproth, A. Thomas, TU Berlin/D; T. Otremba, BasCat, Berlin/D; F. Rosowski, BasCat, Berlin/D and BASF SE, Berlin/D
P A1.28 New insights into the synthesis of Sn-beta catalyst
S. Tolborg, TU of Denmark, Lyngby/DK; A. Katerinopoulou, Haldor Topsøe A/S, Lyngby/DK; D. Falcone, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA/USA; E. Taarning, Haldor Topsøe A/S, Lyngby/DK; P. Fristrup, TU of Denmark, Lyngby/DK; M.S. Holm, Haldor Topsøe A/S, Lyngby/DK
P A1.29 Porous architectures of transparent conducting oxides
K. Peters, K. Fominykh, P. Zehetmaier, D. Fattakhova-Rohlfing, Universität München/D
Cancelled by the author

P A1.30 Fluidized-bed assisted synthesis of luminescent mesoporous materials
M.C. Ortega-Liebana, J.L. Hueso, J. Santamaria, University of Zaragoza/E
P A1.31 Synthesis of ruthenium containing SBA-12-type mesoporous materials
A. Feliczak-Guzik, I. Nowak, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan/PL
P A1.32 Hybrid organic-inorganic mesoporous silica materials modified with amino groups
A. Wawrzynczak, M. Gorzynska, I. Nowak, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan/PL
P A1.33 Preparation and characterization of highly siliceous ultramarine analogs
A. Jankowska, A. Zalewska, S. Kowalak, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan/PL
P A1.34 Rice husk ash as silica source for porous materials - purification and direct transformation into MFI-type zeolite and MCM-41/MCM-48
H.A. Alyosef, S. Czihal, H. Uhlig, Universität Leipzig/D; J. Welscher, A. Inayat, W. Schwieger, Universität of Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; W.-D. Einicke, R. Gläser, D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D
P A1.35 Synthsis and characteristic of novel layered silicate SSA-1
S. Takahashi, M. Miyamoto, S. Uemiya, Gifu University/J; T. Ikeda, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Sendai/J; Y. Oumi, Gifu University/J
P A1.36 Nanostructure-related magnetic properties of mesoporous cobalt oxide and cobalt ferrite
S. Haffer, Universität Paderborn/D; T. Walther, R. Köferstein, S.G. Ebbinghaus, Universität Halle-Wittenberg/D; R. Marschall, Universität Giessen/D; M. Tiemann, Universität Paderborn/D
P A1.37 Nanoporous hybrid materials for enzyme immobilization
Z. Zhou, M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P A1.38 Lipase encapsulation in zeolite-coated highly porous arrays with a gradient porosity
V.R.R. Marthala, S. Reuss, Z. Zhou, W. Schwieger, M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P A1.39 Synthesis of the composite material ZSM-5/MCM-48 and application for esterification of carbohydrates
R. Hamacha, F. Sebih, B. Boukoussa, S. Bellahouel, A. Derdour, A. Bengueddach, University of Oran/DZ; V. Rolland, University of Montpellier/F
P A1.40 Immobilization of zeolite powder in monodispersed polymer gels
C. Buttersack, R. Glaeser, J. Hofmann, M. Lange, Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie e.V., Leipzig/D; V. Alm, U. Jahnz, M. Schlieker, GeniaLab GmbH, Braunschweig/D
P A1.41 Preparation of zeolite X coatings on glass
M. Tatlier, C. Atalay-Oral, Istanbul Technical University/TR
P A1.42 Investigation of interactions in zeolite composites
C. Atalay-Oral, S. Bora, M. Tatlier, Istanbul Technical University/TR
P A1.43 Support effect on the catalytic performance of trimetallic NiMoW catalysts prepared with citric acid in HDS of dibenzothiophenes
J. Mendoza-Nieto, J.C. Morales-Ortuño, F. Robles-Mendez, T. Klimova, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mexico City/MEX
P A1.44 Synthesis of helical and supplementary chirally-doped PMOs materials
R.A. García-Muñoz, V. Morales, M. Linares, B. Rico-Oller, Rey Juan Carlos University, Móstoles/E
P A1.45 NiMo catalysts supported on titania-modified SBA-15 and SBA-16 for deep HDS
J. Morales Ortuño, T. Klimova, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City/MEX
P A1.46 Dual-source titania thin films templated by biogenic nanocrystals
A. Ivanova, Universität München/D; L. Movsesyan, TU Darmstadt/D; P. Ganter, Universität München/D; M. Fravventura, Delft University of Technology/NL; J. Rathousky, Academy of Science, Prague/CZ; D. Fattakhova-Rohlfing, T. Bein, Universität München/D
P A1.47 Twin Polymerization a versatile tool for generating porous SnO2/SiO2 oxides and tin nanoparticles in a carbon / silica matrix
C. Leonhardt, S. Brumm, M. Mehring, TU Chemnitz/D
P A1.48 Microporous carbon and mesoporous silicon oxide synthesized by twin polymerization
P. Kitschke, A. Seifert, S. Spange, TU Chemnitz/D; A. A. Auer, Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Energiekonversion, Mülheim/D; M. Mehring, TU Chemnitz/D
P A1.49 Templating of sub-nanometer thick titania nanosheets by random-graft copolymers
C. Jo, Y. Seo, Institute for Basic Science (IBS), Daejeon/ROK; H. S. Shin, R. Ryoo, Institute for Basic Science (IBS) and Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon/ROK
P A1.50 Mesoporous MFI zeolite nanosponge supporting cobalt nanoparticles as a Fischer-Tropsch catalyst
J.-C. Kim, S. Lee, Institute for Basic Science (IBS) and Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon/ROK; K. Cho, Institute for Basic Science (IBS), Daejeon/ROK; R. Ryoo, Institute for Basic Science (IBS) and Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon/ROK
P A2.01 One-step synthesized hierarchically structured SiO2 spheres for pre-combustion applications
M.W. Hahn, M. Steib, A. Berger, A. Jentys, J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching/D
P A2.02 "Porganics I": peptide-based catalysis meets macro- / mesoporous monolithic silica
M. von der Lehr, S.M.M. Schuler, P.R. Schreiner, B.M. Smarsly, Universität Gießen/D
P A2.03 "Porganics II": continuous flow Diels-Alder reactions with a MacMillan-type catalyst immobilized on monolithic silica supports
M. von der Lehr, S.M.M. Schuler, P.R. Schreiner, B.M. Smarsly, Universität Gießen/D
P A2.04 2,6-di-tert-butylpyridine sorption approach to quantify the external acidity in hierarchical zeolites
K. Góra-Marek, K. Tarach, Jagiellonian University Kraków/PL
P A2.05 Hierarchical zeolites as hosts for ship-in-bottle catalysts
R. Fowler, H. Gies, W. Grünert, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
P A2.06 Mesopore generation within zeolite crystallites by controlling decationization of X zeolite
H. Kim, S. Lee, M. Choi, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Deajeon/ROK
P A2.07 Analytical silica monoliths with submicron macropores: current limitations to a direct morphology-column efficiency scaling
K. Hormann, U. Tallarek, Universität Marburg/D
P A2.08 Pseudomorphic transformation of porous glasses with cetyltrimethylammoniumhydroxide (CTAOH) - potential and limitations
H. Uhlig, C. Küster, B. Reinhardt, H.A. Alyosef, A. Lange, Universität Leipzig/D; A. Inayat, W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; W.-D. Einicke, R. Gläser, D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D
P A2.09 Control of the textural and catalytic properties of hierarchical ZSM-5 zeolites by changing the Si/Al molar ratio
D.P. Serrano, IMDEA Energy Institute and Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid/E; J. Aguado, J.M. Escola, A. Peral, Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid/E; L. Villalba, PID Eng & Tech, Madrid/E
P A2.10 Impact of desilication on the catalytic performance of zeolite TNU-9
K. Tarach, K. Brylewska, J. Tekla, K. Góra-Marek, Jagiellonian University in Krakow/PL; J. Martínez Triguero, F. Rey, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P A2.11 Deposition of zeolite nanoparticles onto highly porous silica monolith
M. Gackowski, K. Szczepanowicz, E. Bielanska, P. Warszynski, M. Derewinski, Polish Academy of Science, Kraków/PL
P A2.12 Coating of open-celled ceramic foams with silicoaluminophosphates by direct crystallization
C. Bauer, F. Scheffler, M. Schwidder, Universität Magdeburg/D
P A2.14 Tunable acidity behavior and pore size distribution of mesopore USY zeolites via different modification methods
B. Shen, S. Mi, D. Guo, Z. Qin, S. Ren, Q. Guo, China University of Petroleum, Beijing/CHN
Cancelled by the author

P A2.15 Improving the pore accessibility of high-silica zeolites by surfactant assisted desilication
T. Biemelt, F. Schmidt, C. Selzer, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P A2.16 Fenton-type catalytic activity of hierarchical FeZSM-5 zeolite
V. Rac, V. Rakic, University of Belgrade, Zemun/SRB; D. Stosic, A. Auroux, IRCELYON CNRS, Villeurbanne/F
P A2.17 Engineering single site heterogeneous organocatalysts for sustainable transformations
S.H. Newland, D.J. Xuereb, University of Southampton/UK; E. Gianotti, L. Marchese, University of Turin/I; R. Rios, University of Southampton/UK; A. Levy, Honeywell LLC, Morristown, NJ/USA; R. Raja, University of Southampton/UK
P A2.19 Hierarchical zeolite FeZSM-5 for catalytic total oxidation of macromolecules
K.A. Sashkina, N.A. Rudina, E.V. Parkhomchuk, Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk/RUS
P A2.20 Hierarchically porous monoliths prepared through nanocasting
A.J. Grano, F.M. Sayler, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL/USA; M. Lindén, University of Ulm/D; M.G. Bakker, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL/USA; J.H. Smått, Åbo Akademi University, Turku/FIN
P A2.21 Creating active sites and mesopores in zeolites derived from layered precursors
T. De Baerdemaeker, KU Leuven/B; H. Gies, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; B. Yilmaz, BASF Corporation, Iselin, NJ/USA; U. Müller, M. Feyen, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D; D. De Vos, KU Leuven/B
P A2.22 Application of hierarchically ordered macro-mesoporous silica as an advanced support of TiO2 photocatalyst
T. Kamegawa, Y. Ishiguro, T. Ando, H. Yamashita, Osaka University/J
P A2.23 Hierarchical BEA, MTW, MFI and MOR zeolites prepared using gemini type surfactants: synthesis, structural and catalytic properties
O.V. Shvets, K.M. Konysheva, M.M. Kurmach, National Academy of Science of Ukraine, Kyiv/UA; M.V. Shamzhy, M.V. Opanasenko, J. Cejka, Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic, Prague/CZ
P A2.24 Towards understanding of the mechanism of zeolites recrystallization into micro/mesoporous materials
I.A. Kasyanov, A.A. Maerle, I.I. Ivanova, Lomonosov Moscow State University/RUS
P A2.25 Paracrystalline theory applied to temporal SAXS profiles: development of meso-scale order in the synthesis of hierarchical MFI nanosheets
M. Goesten, Delft University of Technology/NL; X. Zhu, G. Filonkenko, N. Kosinov, E. Hensen, Eindhoven University of Technology/NL; F. Kapteijn, J. Gascon, Delft University of Technology/NL
Cancelled by the author

P A2.26 Further evidences of the intracrystalline mesoporosity of surfactant templated zeolites
A. Grau-Atienza, J. Garcia-Martinez, University of Alicante/E; E. Li, X. Zou, Rive Technology Inc, Monmouth Junction, NJ/USA; K.A. Cychosz, M. Thommes, Quantachrome Instruments, Boynton Beach, FL/USA; N. Linares, University of Alicante/E
P A2.27 Hierarchical zeolites: a commercial reality
A. Grau-Atienza, J. Garcia-Martinez, University of Alicante/E; E. Li, Rive Technology Inc, Monmouth Junction, NJ/USA; J. Valla, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT/USA; N. Linares, University of Alicante/E
P A2.28 Towards hierarchically structured macroporous materials with controlled pore orientation
B. Reinhardt, H. Uhlig, C. Küster, S. Wagner, J. Herwig, D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D
P A2.29 Transport characterization of mesoporous zeolites
D. Mehlhorn, P. Zeigermann, A. Shakhov, J. Kärger, R. Valiullin, Universität Leipzig/D
P A2.30 Multimodal zeolite based catalysts with a hierarchically interconnected three level micro-meso-macro pore structure
B.L. Su, X.Y. Li, University of Namur/B; L.H. Chen, Wuhan University of Technology/CHN
P A2.31 Development of hierarchical micro/mesoporous ZSM-5 using ionic liquids
A. Sachse, M. Oberson de Souza, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre/BR
P A2.32 Starch templating of hierarchically porous mordenite
S. Ren, C. Gong, Q. Guo, B. Shen, China University of Petroleum, Beijing/CHN
P A2.33 Influence of the organosilane nature and concentration on the formation of hierarchical FAU-type zeolite nanosheets
G. Rioland, S. Albrecht, L. Josien, L. Vidal, T.J. Daou, Université de Haute Alsace, Mulhouse/F
P A2.34 Novel MFI-Type zeolite with intracrystalline macropore system
A. Machoke, A. Beltran, A. Inayat, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; N. Kruse, R. Güttel, TU Clausthal/D; E. Spiecker, W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P A2.35 Synthesis and characterization of Boron-containing MFI-type zeolites with a hierarchical nanosheet assembly
V.R.R. Marthala, L. Urmoneit, A. Machoke, W. Schwieger, M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P A2.36 Desilicated mesoporous MCM-22 for methane dehydroaromatization
S. Hernández Morejudo, University of Oslo/N; C. Kjølseth, Protia AS, Oslo/N; S. Svelle, University of Oslo/N
P A2.37 Tailored hierarchical zeolites for gasoline synthesis
T.N. Otto, M. Zimmermann, B. Powietzka, C. Kuhn, D. Dinjus, S. Pitter, J. Sauer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/D
P A3.02 Study of the ion exchange of zeolites A (LTA), X (FAU) and composite LTA/FAU with cadmium
K. Menad, A. Faddag, Mostaganem University/DZ; M.A. Hassnaoui, A. Bengueddach, Oran University/DZ
P A3.03 The effect of tetrapropylammonium cation on alkaline treatment of structure-directing agent containing ZSM-5 zeolite
Y. Wei, K. de Jong, H. Torres Galvis, P. de Jongh, Utrecht University/NL; M. Bonati, D. Law, G. Sunley, BP Chemicals Limited, Hull/UK
P A3.04 Preparation, characterization and application of large pore size sulfonic-functionalized SBA-15 sphere contained zeolite
Y. Kang, Sinopec, Beijing/CHN
P A3.05 Growth of ZSM-5 zeolite film on stainless steel using metakaolin as a precursor
A. Kovo, Federal University of Technology, Minna/NGR
P A3.07 Compact binderless zeolite molded bodies - manufacturing and characterization
K. Schumann, B. Unger, A. Brandt, Chemiewerk Bad Köstritz GmbH/D; G. Fischer, H. Richter, Fraunhofer IKTS, Hermsdorf/D; J. Jänchen, TU Wildau/D
P A3.08 Preparation of A-type zeolite nanotube by ZnO nanorod assisting method
J. Jiang, Y. Feng, M. Zhang, Sinopec, Beijing/CHN
Cancelled by the author

P A3.09 Synthesis of purely silica MFI-type nanosheets
I. Kabalan, T.J. Daou, B. Lebeau, Université de Haute Alsace, Mulhouse/F; M.B. Fadlallah, J. Toufaily, B. Koubaissy, Lebanese University, Hadath/RL
P A3.10 Synthesis and characterization of nanocomposite polypyrrole/H-beta zeolites
K. Yu, N. Kumar, Åbo Akademi University, Turku/FIN; J. Roine, Turku University/FIN; M. Pesonen, A. Ivaska, Åbo Akademi University, Turku/FIN
P A3.11 Synthesis of zeolite from multilayer food packing and sugar cane bagasse ash for CO2 adsorption
P. Almeida, M. Moisés, C.T. Silva, A.W. Rinaldi, E. Radovanovic, J. Meneguin, S.L. Fávaro, E.M. Girotto, P.A. Arroyo, R.E. Bazan, State University of Maringá/BR
P A3.12 Pillared H-[Al]-RUB-18: a novel acid solid
F.S. de Oliveira Ramos, H. de Oliveira Pastore, University of Campinas/BR
P A3.13 A study on the application of desilicated zeolite beta in the benzylation of benzene using a full factorial design
A. Werner, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P A3.14 Incorporation of Ti into novel nanoporous silica HUS-6 and its catalytic activity for epoxidation of alkene
M. Fukuda, N. Tsunoji, Hiroshima University/J; K. Yoshida, Y. Sasaki, Japan Fine Ceramic Center, Nagoya/J; T. Ikeda, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Sendai/J; Y. Ide, National Institute of Materials Science, Tsukuba/J; M. Sadakane, T. Sano, Hiroshima University/J
P A3.15 Synthesis and characteristics of novel layered silicate HUS-7 using BTMAOH and its unique and selective phenol adsorption behavior
N. Tsunoji, Hiroshima University/J; T. Ikeda, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Sendai/J; M. Sadakane, T. Sano, Hiroshima University/J
P A3.16 Synthesis and characteristics of high-silica AEI zeolite through hydrothermal conversion of FAU zeolite using TEPOH as SDA
T. Maruo, T. Sonoda, N. Yamanaka, M. Sadakane, T. Sano, Hiroshima University/J
P A3.17 Deposition of poly(vinylamine) on SBA-15 surface by two different synthesis paths
A. Wach, P. Kustrowski, M. Drozdek, B. Dudek, Jagiellonian University, Krakow/PL
P A3.18 Continuous flow synthesis of microporous aluminophosphate AlPO4-5
Z. Liu, T. Wakihara, T. Okubo, The University of Tokyo/J; D. Nishioka, K. Oshima, T. Takewaki, Mitsubishi Chemical Group, Yokohama/J
P A3.19 Ionothermal synthesis and crystal structures of two new metal diphosphonates with in situ generated templates
S.Y. Li, L. Liu, J.X. Dong, Taiyuan University of Technology/CHN
Cancelled by the author

P A3.20 Preparation of IEZ-MCM-22 zeolite under the control of interlayer silylation conditions
B. Zhang, Z. Wang, H. Sun, W. Yang, Shanghai Research Institute of Petrochemical Technology/CHN; P. Wu, East China Normal University, Shanghai/CHN
P A3.21 Synthesis strategy for mesoporous apatite nanoparticles
C. von Schirnding, Universität München/D
P A3.23 Crystal structures of ion exchanged ETS-4
L. Tsvetanova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia/BG; S. Ferdov, University of Minho, Guimarães/P; B. Shivachev, R. Nikolova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia/BG
P A3.25 Leaching and antimicrobial properties of silver nanoparticles loaded onto natural zeolite clinoptilolite by ion exchange and wet impregnation
R. Missengue, G. Madzivire, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town/ZA; N.M. Musyoka, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Cape Town/ZA; O. Babajide, O. Fatoba, M. Tuffin, L.F. Petrik, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town/ZA
Cancelled by the author

P A3.26 Role of oxidation in ions-migration and acidity tuning of cerium exchanged Y zeolite in calcination process
J. Li, B. Shen, S. Ren, Q. Guo, China University of Petroleum, Beijing/CHN
P A3.27 Helicoidal self-assembly of (1R,2S)-ephedrine within nanoporous aluminophosphates: transfer of chirality to spatial distribution of dopants
L. Gómez-Hortigüela, T. Álvaro-Muñoz, J. Pérez-Pariente, CSIC, Madrid/E
P A3.28 Investigations on the morphological properties of zeolite ZSM-5 synthesized by template-free method
T. Fakin, V. Kaucic, A. Ristic, National Institute of Chemistry Slovenia, Ljubljana/SLO
P A3.29 Stability study of organic structure directing agents employed in synthesis of zeolites
J. Simancas, R. Simancas, F. Rey, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P A3.32 Synthesis of MCM-22 zeolite using piperidine as template
Z. Wang, Y. Zhang, Y. Luo, B. Zhang, H. Sun, W. Yang, Sinopec, Shanghai/CHN; Y. Tang, Fudan University, Shanghai/CHN
P A3.33 Influence of basicity in the synthesis of zeolite beta
E.D. Silva, I.H. Cruz, Federal University of São Carlos/BR; Y.L. Lam, Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro/BR; D. Cardoso, Federal University of São Carlos/BR
P A3.34 Expanded concept of zeolite structures integrating the 3D and 2D forms - update and a new zeolite paradigm perspective
W. Roth, B. Gil, B. Marszalek, Jagiellonian University, Krakow/PL
P A3.36 Controlling the ADoR process
P.S. Wheatley, Y. Tian, R.E. Morris, The University of St Andrews/UK; P. Chlubna, J. Cejka, Academy of Sciences, Prague/CZ
P A3.37 SAPO-35 crystal size reduction promoted by using glucosamine as a synthesis additive
I. Pinilla-Herrero, C. Márquez-Álvarez, E. Sastre, CSIC, Madrid/E
P A3.38 Static in-situ synthesis and characterization of zeolite SSZ-16 (AFX)
P. Hrabanek, A. Zikanova, M. Kocirik, H. Dragounova, O. Prokopova, L. Brabec, I. Jirka, J. Drahokoupil, Academy of Sciences, Prague/CZ; V. Fila, M. Lhotka, B. Bernauer, Institute of Chemical Technology Prague/CZ; J. Lang, Charles University Prague/CZ
P A3.39 Synthesis of beta zeolites in the presence of seeds
B. Barbov, Yu. Kalvachev, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia/BG
P A3.40 Seed synthesis of mordenite type zeolite from organic template free initial gel
T. Todorova, Yu. Kalvachev, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia/BG; V. Valtchev, Université de Caen/F
P A3.41 Influence of ligands in the micelle-templated synthesis of mesoporous ZnO via carbonate route
R. Schmack, B. Eckhardt, R. Kraehnert, TU Berlin/D
P A3.42 New insights on the mechanism of the intrazeolite conversions
A. Palcic, A. Vicente, C. Fernandez, C. Clet, V. Valtchev, Université de Caen/F; M. Jaber, S. Casale, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris/F; J. Bronic, Ruder Boskovic Institute, Zagreb/HR
P A3.43 Preparation of three-dimensional Co-AlPO by opening a layered cobalt-phosphate structure
M. Zaarour, ENSICAEN, Caen/F; J. Marten, Universität München/D; B. Mihailova, Universität Hamburg/D; K. Karaghiosoff, Universität München/D; S. Mintova, ENSICAEN, Caen/F
P A3.44 Alkaline cations as framework determining species in zeolite transformations
L. Van Tendeloo, A. Vandekerkhove, KU Leuven/B; M. Kurttepeli, Universiteit Antwerpen/B; E. Breynaert, E. Gobechiya, KU Leuven/B; S. Bals, G. Van Tendeloo, Universiteit Antwerpen/B; J. Martens, C.E.A. Kirschhock, KU Leuven/B
P A3.45 Impact of reagents used for synthesis gel preparation on distribution of Al atoms in the framework of ZSM-5 zeolite
V. Pashkova, P. Klein, J. Dedecek, Z. Sobalik, B. Wichterlova, Institute of Chemical Technology Prague, Prague/CZ
Cancelled by the author

P A3.46 Drastic influence of the salt concentration on the behavior of LiCl solutions intrusion-extrusion in pure silica *BEA-type zeolite
A. Ryzhikov, I. Khay, H. Nouali, T.J. Daou, J. Patarin, Université Haut-Alsace, Mulhouse/F
P A3.47 Na-EMT-type zeolite synthesis using organic additives
V. Georgieva, V. Valtchev, S. Mintova, Université de Caen/F
P A3.48 Incorporation of methylene blue into cancrinite
S. Kowalak, M. Szyld, A. Jankowska, A. Zalewska, A. Mickiewicz University, Poznan/PL
P A3.49 The synthesis of mordenite using green chemistry principles
J. Bronic, A. Palcic, Ruder Boskovic Institute, Zagreb/HR
P A3.50 Influence of the seed crystal in the synthesis of silicalite membrane
K. Ueno, A. Kazuya, M. Miyamoto, S. Uemiya, Gifu University/J; H. Negishi, T. Ikegami, The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tsukuba/J; Y. Oumi, Gifu University/J
P A3.51 Static synthesis of snowflake shaped TON-type crystal aggregates
Y. Li, L. Liu, X. Zou, F. Gao, Stockholm University/S
P A3.52 Kinetic investigations of zeolite A synthesis by in situ ultrasonic measurement
H. Baser, W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P A3.53 Synthesis and characterization of MOR-type zeolites
K. El Guendouz, S. Ernst, TU Kaiserslautern/D
P A3.54 Bio-inspired polydopamine: a versatile and powerful platform for covalent synthesis of molecular sieve membranes
N. Wang, J. Caro, Leibniz University Hannover/D; Q. Liu, A. Huang, Ningbo Institute of Material Technology and Engineering/CHN
P A3.55 Sulfuric acid modified clinoptilolite as a solid catalyst for esterification reaction of acetic acid with n-propyl alcohol
H. Hosgun, Bursa Technical University/TR
P A3.57 A study on parameters of modification of natural zeolite with sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDDS)
M.T. Aytekin, Anadolu University, Eskisehir/TR; H.L. Hosgun, Bursa Technical University/TR
P A3.58 Synthesis of mordenite zeolites in the presence of TPOAC organosilane. Effect of the crystallization temperature
S.T.F. Grecco, M.C. Rangel, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador/BR; A. Urquieta-González, Universidade Federal de São Carlos/BR; P. Reyes, M. Oportus, Universidad de Concepción/RCH
P A3.59 Nanospecies obtained by reduction in H2 flow followed by cooling in variable atmosphere for Cu2+-Ag+-Zn2+ trimetallic system on mordenite
I. Rodriguez-Iznaga, Habana University/C; F. Chavez-Rivas, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico/MEX; V. Petranovskii, F. Castillon-Barraza, R. Machorro, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Ensenada/MEX
P A3.60 Ionothermal synthesis: tuning the framework type with ionic liquids
M.M. Azim, R. Gläser, A. Stark, Universität Leipzig/D
P A3.61 Preparation, Characterization and Application of Large Pore Size Sulfonic-functionalized SBA-15 sphere contained zeolite
Y. Kang, Beijing Research Institute of Chemical Industry, SINOPEC, Beijing/CHN
P A3.62 Intraframework migration of tetrahedral atoms in a zeolite
J. Shin, N. H. Ahn, POSTECH, Pohang/ROK; M. A. Camblor, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid/E; C. M. Zicovich-Wilson, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, Cuernavaca (MOR)/MEX; S. B. Hong, POSTECH, Pohang/ROK
P A3.63 Removal of phosphate ions from aqueous solution by using modified diatomaceous earth
A.A. Hanna, M.A. Sherief, R.M.M. Aboelenin, National Research Centre, Cairo/ET
P A3.64 Utilization of preliminary mechanochemical treatment for preparation of heteroatom-rich zeolites and mesoporous silica materials
T. Iida, T. Okubo, T. Wakihara, The University of Tokyo/J
P A3.65 Further applications of the ADORable process
D. Firth, M. Navarro, S. Morris, P. Wheatley, R.E. Morris, University of St Andrews/UK
P A3.66 Degermanation of zeolites
M. Navarro-Rojas, D. Firth, S. Morris, P. Wheatley, R.E. Morris, University of St Andrews/UK
P A3.68 Synthesis and characterization of nanosized ZSM-5 from kaolin at low temperature
S. Yunusa, A.S. Ahmed, M. Yusuf, J.F. Iyun, M. Dauda, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria/NGR; A.S. Anwar, National Research Institute for Chemical Technology, Zaria/NGR
P A3.69 Synthesis of microporous silica having a certain periodicity through a non-covalent imprinting approach
K. Muraoka, W. Chaikittisilp, T. Okubo, University of Tokyo/J
P A3.70 Synthesis and characterisation of mesostructured oxides
V. Zholobenko, A. Mieyeville, Keele University, Staffordshire/UK
P A3.71 Thermal stability study of prepared zeolite Y catalyst
N. Salahudeen, A.S. Ahmed, S.M. Waziri, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria/NGR; A.H. Al-Muhtaseb, Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat/OM; B.Y. Jibril, Sultan Qaboos Universty, Muscat/OM; M. Dauda, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria/NGR
P A3.72 Pillaring of bentonite clay with Al/Co mixed pillars
F. Bertella, S.B.C. Pergher, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Natal/BR
P A3.73 Synthesis of TON zeolites with a 1,3-dialkylimidazolium cation
C.W. Lopes, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Natal/BR; M.L. Mignoni, Universidade Regional Integrada - Erechim, Erechim/BR; S.B.C. Pergher, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Natal/BR
P A3.74 Effect of carbonization/activation temperature on the properties of activated carbons
S.B. Lima, M.C. Rangel, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador/BR; M.A. Fraga, R. Santos, Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia, Rio de Janeiro/BR; S.R. Francés, J.S. Albero, A.S. Escribano, Universidad de Alicante/E
P A3.75 Effect of ageing time and basicity on zeolite A particle size
J. A. Araujo, R. E. Bazan, Federal University of São Carlos/BR; D. Carrijo, W. Grava, Cenpes-Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro/BR; D. Cardoso, Federal University of São Carlos/BR
P A3.76 Hybrid mesoporous MCM-41 type modified with methacrylate polymer: characterization and catalytic evaluation
J. Araujo, D. Cardoso, Federal University of São Carlos/BR
P A3.77 Synthesis and structure of the 11-ring zeolite EMM-17
K.G. Strohmaier, S.C. Weston, A.W. Burton, H.B Vroman, B. Peterson, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company, Annandale, NJ/USA; M.D. Shannon, University of Liverpool/UK
P A4.01 Effect of ozone treatment in fuel gas adsorption of porous transition metal hexacynides
M.L. Ríos-Gómez, J. Balmaseda, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City/MEX; E. Reguera, Centro de Investigación en Ciencia Aplicada y Tecnología Avanzada - Legaria, Mexico City/MEX
P A4.02 Selective oxidation of methanol to formaldehyde over molybdenum oxide supported on nanohydroxyapatite catalysts
A. Said, M. Abd El-Wahab, A. Alian, Assiut University/ET
Cancelled by the author

P A4.03 Porphyrin-based polymers with improved oxygen selectivity for air separation applications
W.N.H. Tang, D. Danaci, R. Singh, P.A. Webley, The University of Melbourne/AUS
P A4.04 Energetic applications of bio-MOFs: from an atomic point of view
I. Erucar Findikci, S. Keskin, Koc University, Istanbul/TR
P A4.05 MOFs as multivalent materials: size control and surface functionalization by monovalent capping ligands
R. Mejia Ariza, T. Rijnaarts, R.J.M. Egberink, W. van Roosmalen, P. Jonkheijm, J. Huskens, University of Twente, Enschede/NL
P A4.06 Preparation of graphite oxide/metal-organic framework (MIL-101) and adsorptive denitrogenation of model fuels with the composite
I. Ahmed, S.H. Jhung, Kyungpook National University, Daegu/ROK
P A4.07 Application of metal-organic framework in adsorptive removal of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) from water
B. Jung, S.H. Jhung, Kyungpook National University, Daegu/ROK
P A4.08 Immobilization of a chiral salen catalyst, a grafting versus an encapsulation approach
T. Bogaerts, V. Van Speybroeck, P. Van Der Voort, Ghent University/B
P A4.09 Preparation of organotin(IV)-copper(I) cyanide coordination polymers and their activity as heterogeneous catalysts for oxidative coupling of 2-aminophenol to 2-amino-phenoxazine-3-one
M. Hassanein, S. El-Khalafy, S. Etaiw, A. Badr El-din, Tanta University/ET
Cancelled by the author

P A4.10 Organometallic catalysts confined inside MOF nanospace
J. Bonnefoy, J. Canivet, E.A. Quadrelli, D. Farrusseng, Université Lyon 1, Villeurbanne/F
P A4.11 Adsorption behavior of BTEX mixtures in metal-organic frameworks
F. Lahoz-Martin, A. Martin-Calvo, S. Calero, University Pablo de Olavide, Seville/E
P A4.12 Electroactive covalent organic frameworks for organic photovoltaics
M. Calik, D. Medina, F. Auras, V. Werner, M. Dogru, P. Knochel, T. Bein, Universität München/D
P A4.13 Chemiluminescence of an anthracene-based UiO-68 and the influence of different linker functionalization on water stability
E. Mühlbauer, S. Wuttke, B. Rühle, F. Hinterholzinger, Universität München/D; P. Roy, A. Godt, Universität Bielefeld/D; T. Bein, Universität München/D
P A4.14 Uptake of lipid bilayer-coated MOF nanoparticles by cancer cells
S. Wuttke, S. Braig, T. Preiss, J. Sicklinger, C. Bellomo, J. Rädler, A. Vollmar, T. Bein, Universität München/D
P A4.15 Structural flexibility of a copper-based metal organic framework: adsorption of C4-hydrocarbons and in situ XRD
M. Lange, Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie e.V., Leipzig/D; M. Kobalz, J. Bergmann, D. Lässig, J. Lincke, Universität Leipzig/D; J. Möllmer, A. Möller, J. Hofmann, Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie e.V., Leipzig/D; H. Krautscheid, Universität Leipzig/D; R. Staudt, Hochschule Offenburg/D; R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
P A4.16 Adsorption and diffusion in MOF Co2(dhtp): the interplay of open metal sites and small paraffins and olefins
C. Chmelik, Universität Leipzig/D; P.D.C. Dietzel, University of Bergen/N; A. Mundstock, J. Caro, Universität Hannover/D
P A4.17 Advantages and perspectives of MOFs as catalysts: comparison with zeolites
M. Shamzhy, M. Opanasenko, Academy of Sciences, Prague/CZ
P A4.19 Mechanochemical synthesis of polycrystalline zeolitic imidazolate frameworks
S. Tanaka, K. Kida, T. Nagaoka, Y. Miyake, Kansai University, Osaka/J
P A4.20 Seed-free, aqueous synthesis of zeolitic imidazolate framework-8 membranes
S. Tanaka, T. Shimada, K. Kida, Y. Miyake, Kansai University, Osaka/J
P A4.21 Adsorption properties of polycrystalline zeolitic imidazolate frameworks
A. Yasuyoshi, K. Kida, T. Nagaoka, T. Nishiyama, R. Konishi, S. Tanaka, Y. Miyake, Kansai University, Osaka/J
P A4.22 Exposed crystal face controlled synthesis of zeolitic imidazolate framework-8
K. Fujita, S. Tanaka, Y. Miyake, Kansai University, Osaka/J
P A4.23 Mesoporous melamin-formaldehyde resins - shape control and adsorption properties
D. Schwarz, J. Weber, Max Planck Institute for Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam/D
P A4.24 Crystal structure and properties of paddle wheel-based triazolyl-isophthalate MOFs
M. Kobalz, J. Lincke, D. Lässig, Universität Leipzig/D; M. Lange, J. Möllmer, R. Staudt, Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie e.V., Leipzig/D; R. Gläser, H. Krautscheid, Universität Leipzig/D
P A4.25 Single-site catalysts via two-step post-synthetic modification of mixed-linker MIL-53(Al)
M.A. Gotthardt, W. Kleist, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/D
P A4.26 A series of isomorphous metal-organic frameworks with rtl topology
J. Bergmann, M. Handke, H. Krautscheid, Universität Leipzig/D
P A4.27 Influence of amine additives in preparation of zinc carboxymethylphosphonate open-frameworks
K. Maeda, Y. Kurata, T. Yamazaki, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology/J
P A4.29 Synthesis, crystal structures and properties of copper MOFs based on 1,2,4-triazolyl phenylacetic acids
K. Stein, M. Kobalz, Universität Leipzig/D; M. Lange, Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie e.V., Leipzig/D; S. Henfling, Universität Leipzig/D; J. Möllmer, Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie e.V., Leipzig/D; R. Staudt, University of Applied Sciences Offenburg/D; R. Gläser, H. Krautscheid, Universität Leipzig/D
P A4.30 Using thin films for investigating the surface barriers in metal-organic frameworks
L. Heinke, Z. Gu, C. Wöll, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/D
P A4.31 Porous interpenetrated Zr-organic frameworks (PIZOFs): properties and synthesis of robust MOFs with chemically variable pore spaces
J. Lippke, P. Behrens, Universität Hannover/D; T. Preuße, A. Godt, Universität Bielefeld/D; C. Seidler, M. Wark, Universität Oldenburg/D
P A4.32 Intrinsic structural dynamic of the flexible porous coordination polymer Zn2(BPnDC)2(bpy) (SNU-9) during the gas adsorption experiments
V. Bon, I. Senkovska, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D; D. Wallacher, D.M. Többens, I. Zizak, R. Feyerherm, U. Mueller, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie/D
P A4.33 Tailoring connectivity and porosity adjustment in Zr-based MOFs
V. Bon, I. Senkovska, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P A4.34 Crystal to crystal transformation from a non-porous to porous MOF and its application in gas adsorption and C-C cross coupling reaction
R. Sen, University of Aveiro/P; D. Saha, S. Koner, Jadavpur University, Kolkata/IND; D. Mal, P. Brandao, Z. Lin, University of Aveiro/P
P A4.36 Examples of instant zeolites and MOFs
E. Breynaert, E. Verheyen, R. Yuan, J.A. Martens, C.E.A. Kirschhock, KU Leuven/B
Cancelled by the author

P A4.37 N-Doped porous materials derived from direct carbonization of zeolitic imidazolate framework for enhanced carbon dioxide uptake
Y. Xia, F. Bai, B. Chen, Y. Zhu, University of Exeter/UK
Cancelled by the author

P A4.38 Conformation-controlled breathing observed for the aliphatic Al-MOF CAU-13 ([Al(OH)(CDC)])
F. Niekiel, N. Stock, Universität zu Kiel/D
P A4.39 Single and mixed-linker Cr-MIL-101 derivative
N. Stock, M. Lammert, Universität zu Kiel/D; F. Vermoortele, D.E. De Vos, KU Leuven/B
P A4.40 DUT-49 - a new benchmark material for methane adsorption
U. Stoeck, S. Krause, V. Bon, I. Senkovska, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P A4.41 Engineering photocatalytic properties of MIL-125 to visible zone by functionalisation of organic linkers
B.L. Su, J. Delbruyere, K. Dedecker, University of Namur/B; X.Z. Fu, Z.H. Li, Fuzhuo University/CHN
P A4.42 The idiosyncrasies of M2(dhtp)
A. Mundstock, J. Caro, Universität Hannover/D; C. Chmelik, Universität Leipzig/D; U. Böhme, M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; P.D.C. Dietzel, University of Bergen/N
P A4.43 MOFs married to LDHs with enhanced gas selectivity
Y. Liu, N.Y. Wang, L. Diestel, F. Steinbach, J. Caro, University of Hannover/D
P A4.44 Flexibility of isotypic topologies: zeolites vs zifs ilustrated by GIS and LTA frameworks
A.R. Ruiz-Salvador, S. Hamad, S.R.G. Balestra, University Pablo Olavide, Seville/E; A. Gomez, Canadian Light Source Inc, Saskatoon/CDN; D.W. Lewis, University College London/UK; S. Calero, University Pablo Olavide, Seville/E
P A4.45 Green synthesis of zirconium MOFs
H. Reinsch, KU Leuven, Heverlee/B; K.-P. Lillerud, University Oslo/N; F. Vermoortele, D. De Vos, KU Leuven, Heverlee/B
P A4.46 Intrinsic flexibility of ZIF-7 studied by CO2 adsorption and Hg intrusion
M. Pera-Titus, E2P2L UMI 3464 CNRS / Solvay, Shanghai/CHN
P A4.47 Hydrogen isotope separation in metal-organic frameworks
I. Savchenko, W. Wahiduzzaman, A. Mavrantonakis, T. Heine, Jacobs University Bremen/D; H. Oh, J. Teufel, M. Hirscher, MPI for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart/D; D. Denysenko, D. Volkmer, Universität Augsburg/D
P A4.48 Hydrazone-based mixed-metal organic frameworks
D. Matoga, K. Roztocki, W. Nitek, M. Oszajca, P. Kozyra, Jagiellonian University, Kraków/PL; C. W. Bielawski, The University of Texas at Austin, TX/USA
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B. Understanding Properties

P B1.01 Characterisation of coke deposited on fluidised catalytic cracking catalysts by solid state NMR
G. Singaravel, K.T. Joseph, A.M. Katheeri, P. Ponnamkode, M. Berthod, Takreer, Abu Dhabi/UAE
P B1.02 Quantitative determination of quaternary ammonium salts in organo-zeolites by FTIR
B. Szala, T. Bajda, J. Matusik, AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków/PL
P B1.03 Effect of paramagnetic doping of Cu2+ for siliceous zeolites on sensitivity enhancement in solid-state 29Si MAS NMR measurements
S. Inagaki, I. Kawamura, Y. Kubota, A. Naito, Yokohama National University/J
P B1.04 Low-temperature alkane activation over solid acids: NMR spectroscopic evidence for carbenium chemistry
M. Haouas, University of Versailles St-Quentin/F; J. Sommer, University of Strasbourg/F; F. Taulelle, University of Versailles St-Quentin/F
P B1.06 Understanding to NMR parameters of Al atoms in dehydrated zeolite. A combined high resolution 27Al NMR and quantum chemical study
P. Klein, S. Sklenak, V. Pashkova, J. Dedecek, Academy of Sciences, Prague/CZ; L. Kobera, J. Brus, Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry of the ASCR, v. v. i., Prague/CZ
P B1.07 Effect of Ge and Al in the framework of zeolite BEC on 29Si MAS NMR spectra. A combined MAS NMR and DFT/MM study
A. Vicente, V. Valtchev, C. Fernandez, Université de Caen/F; S.R. Wittleton, S. Sklenak, Academy of Sciences, Prague/CZ
P B1.08 IR micro-imaging of mesoporous silicon as a model system for the investigation of hysteresis phenomena
A. Lauerer, P. Zeigermann, J. Lenzner, C. Chmelik, R. Valiullin, J. Kärger, Universität Leipzig/D
P B1.09 Is the Loewentein's rule broken in the gallosilicate zeolite PST-1? A combined DFT and high field 17O NMR study
A. Vicente, C. Fernandez, Université de Caen/F; K. Okhotnikov, S. Cadars, University of Orléans/F; N.H. Ahn, J. Shin, M.B. Park, S.B. Hong, POSTECH, Pohang/ROK
P B1.10 Order and disorder in zeolite-like native and heteroatom-containing layered silicates
S. Cadars, M.N. Garaga, Université d'Orléans/F; M.F. Hsieh, M. Aronson, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA/USA; M. Deschamps, D. Massiot, Université d'Orléans/F; B.F. Chmelka, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA/USA
Cancelled by the author

P B1.11 Reactivity of amino-functionalized silica MSU-H toward CO2
M. Pavani, B. Camarota, S. Fiorilli, B. Onida, Politecnico of Turin/I
P B1.12 The synthesis of zincosilicate zeolite RUB-17 (RSN) with three-membered rings
A. Palcic, G. Clet, Université de Caen/F; J. Bronic, Ruder Boskovic Institute, Zagreb/HR; V. Valtchev, Université de Caen/F
P B1.13 Elucidation of active Ni sites for ethylene oligomerization in Ni-Beta catalysts using in situ time-resolved low-temperature FTIR-CO
P. Concepción, S. Moussa, M.A. Arribas, A. Martínez, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P B1.14 Single-particle spectroscopy of alcohol-to-olefins over SAPO-34: crystal accessibility and hydrocarbons reactivity
J. Ruiz-Martinez, Q. Qian, E. Borodina, Utrecht University/NL; M. Mokhtar, A.M. Asiri, S.A. Al-Thabaiti, S.N. Basahel, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah/SAR; B.M. Weckhuysen, Utrecht University/NL
P B1.15 The interaction between NO and Cu+/ZEO or NOCu+ and zeolite framework: NOCV spin-resolved analysis of electron flows
P. Kozyra, M. Radon, J. Datka, Jagiellonian University in Krakow/PL
P B1.16 Spectroscopy characterization of CuOx-TiO2-ZrO2 catalysts prepared by one step sol-gel method
F. Morales-Anzures, P. Salinas-Hernández, J. Hernández-Ventura, Universidad del Istmo, Tehuantepec/MEX; G. Berlier, S. Coluccia, Università di Torino/I; F. Chavez-Rivas, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico City/MEX; V. Petranovskii, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Ensenada/MEX
P B1.17 In-situ NMR study of VPI-5 to AlPO4-8 transformation kinetics
M. Rangus, National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana/SLO; M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P B1.18 Framework-drug-solvent Interactions within the MIL-101 matrices: an NMR view
T. Cendak, E. Zunkovic, T. Ukmar Godec, M. Mazaj, N. Zabukovec Logar, G. Mali, National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana/SLO
P B1.19 Where are the H2-positions? - in-situ analysis of the gas adsorption behavior of metal organic frameworks
M.C. Schlegel, M. Russina, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin/D; N. Stock, Universität zu Kiel/D; H. Reinsch, KU Leuven/B
P B1.20 Adsorption of nitric oxide in the metal organic framework MIL-53(Al0.98Cr0.02) studied by electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy
M. Mendt, Universität Leipzig/D; B. Barth, M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; A. Pöppl, Universität Leipzig/D
P B1.21 In situ spectroscopic studies of supported Mo/ZSM-5 catalyst: probing active sites by methanol
A. Rogulska, A. Knapik, J. Lojewska, Jagiellonian University, Krakow/PL
P B1.22 Study of the interaction of NO molecules with Cu3(btc)2-type MOFs by Solid-State NMR
A. Khan, M. Bertmer, Universität Leipzig/D; K. Peikert, M. Fröba, Universität Hamburg/D
P B1.23 Ab initio structure determination of the interlayer expanded zeolite COE-4 by single crystal rotation electron diffraction
P. Guo, L.F. Liu, Y.F. Yun, J. Su, W. Wan, Stockholm University/S; H. Gies, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; H.Y. Zhang, F.S. Xiao, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou/CHN; X.D. Zou, Stockholm University/S
P B1.24 Solid-state NMR study of acid properties in the BP HAMS-1B (H-[B]-ZSM-5) borosilicate using adsorbed TMPO and TBPO probe molecules
P.V. Wiper, L. Mafra, University of Aveiro/P; J. Amelse, BP Amoco Chemical Company, Naperville/IL/USA
P B1.25 129Xe NMR spectroscopy for in-situ probing of catalytic reaction dynamics
M. Dvoyashkin, J. Zill, J. Matysik, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
P B1.26 Immobilization of iron-containing enzymes into mesoporous materials: an insight by EPR spectroscopy
U. Venkatesan, Z. Zhou, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; A. Pöppl, Universität Leipzig/D; M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P B1.27 In situ reaction monitoring of DeNOx SCR on zeolite ZSM-5 by means of parallel DRIFTS and IS
T. Simons, P. Chen, U. Simon, RWTH Aachen/D
P B1.28 Solid-state NMR characterisation of 17O-enriched UTL-derived zeolites
G. Bignami, V. Seymour, P. Wheatley, R. Morris, S. Ashbrook, University of St Andrews/UK
P B1.29 Structural changes in natural clinoptilolite upon dealumination and desilication
A. Dziedzicka, L. Kuterasinski, B. Sulikowski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Krakow/PL
P B1.30 Distinction of acid sites in MFI type zeolites substituted isomorphously with boron
L. Kuterasinski, K. Durczyk, A. Dziedzicka, Polish Academy of Sciences, Krakow/PL; M. Derewinski, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland,WA/USA
P B1.31 Early stage of Na-EMT nanocrystal formation studied by laser-polarized 129Xe NMR spectroscopy
M. Springuel, A. Nossov, F. Guenneau, A. Gédéon, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris/F; V. Valtchev, S. Mintova, Université de Caen/F
P B1.32 Combined experimental and computational approaches unveiling state of silver cations inside ZSM-5 cavity
T. Yumura, Kyoto Institute of Technology/J; A. Oda, H. Torigoe, Y. Kuroda, Okayama University/J; H. Kobayashi, Kyoto Institute of Technology/J
P B1.33 Isotopic Effects in the H2 / H-ZSM-5 System
N. Drenchev, K. Hadjiivanov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia/BG
P B1.34 Template action on speciation of Germanate during early stages of germanosilicate zeolite synthesis
R. Yuan, E. Verheyen, S. Van Raemdonck, J. Martens, C. Kirschhock, E. Breynaert, KU Leuven/B
P B1.35 Application of Raman spectroscopy to zeolites: an in situ and in operando characterization.
M. Signorile, F. Bonino, A. Damin, University of Turin/I; K.P. Lillerud, University of Oslo/N; S. Bordiga, University of Turin/I
P B2.02 Coherent analysis of disordered mesoporous adsorbents using small angle X-ray scattering and physisorption experiments
D. Stoeckel, Universität Giessen/D; D. Wallacher, Helmholtz Center Berlin/D; G.A. Zickler, Montan-University Leoben/A; U. Tallarek, Universität Marburg/D; B.M. Smarsly, Universität Giessen/D
P B2.03 High-Si mordenite: compressibility, P-induced amorphization and guest molecules penetration
L. Leardini, S. Quartieri, University of Messina/I; R. Arletti, University of Torino/I; G. Vezzalini, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia/I
P B2.04 Porous glass beads as model systems in gas adsorption studies: sorption mechanisms in disordered mesopore networks
C. Reichenbach, D. Klank, Quantachrome GmbH & Co. KG, Odelzhausen/D; D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D; G. Kalies, Dresden University of Applied Sciences/D
P B2.06 A new perylene dye embedded into the zeolite L: SR-XRPD structural characterization
L. Gigli, R. Arletti, University of Turin/I; J.G. Vitillo, University of Insubria, Como/I; G. Martra, University of Turin/I; G. Calzaferri, University of Bern/CH; A. Devaux, P. Belser, University of Fribourg/CH; S. Quartieri, University of Messina/I; G. Vezzalini, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia/I
P B2.07 Thermoporosimetry - underestimated tool of studying properties of mesoporous materials
D. Majda, K. Mlekodaj, M. Manko, W. Makowski, Jagiellonian University in Krakow/PL; M. Zimowska, A. Michalik-Zym, B.D. Napruszewska, E. Serwicka, Polish Academy of Science, Kraków/PL
P B2.08 Gas adsorption in microporous polymers: a thermodynamic understanding of the unusual low-pressure hysteresis
J. Jeromenok, J. Weber, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam/D
P B2.09 Chemical imaging of Brønsted acidity in zeolite-based extrudates by selective staining
G.T. Whiting, F. Meirer, B.M. Weckhuysen, Utrecht University/NL
P B2.10 Are hydroxyl nests present in acid dealuminated Y zeolites?
E. Senderov, Rive Technology, Monmouth Junction, NJ/USA; I. Halasz, PQ Corporation, Conshohocken, PA/USA; D.H. Olson, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ/USA
P B2.11 Solubility and stability of oxide catalysts in water solutions
S. Kalliola, M. Karppinen, Aalto University, Espoo/FIN; M. Lindblad, Neste Oil, Porvoo/FIN; E.-L. Rautama, Aalto University, Espoo/FIN; M. Tiitta, Neste Oil, Porvoo/FIN
P B2.12 From physical reconstruction to pore-scale transport simulations: comparison of first and second generation analytical silica monoliths
D. Hlushkou, K. Hormann, A. Höltzel, Universität Marburg/D; A. Seidel-Morgenstern, Max-Plank-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme, Magdeburg/D; U. Tallarek, Universität Marburg/D
P B2.13 Validity of the t-plot method to assess microporosity in hierarchical micro/mesoporous materials
A. Galarneau, CNRS / ENSCM, Montpellier/F; F. Villemot, ENSCM / CNRS, Montpellier/F; J. Rodriguez, UM2, Montpellier/F; F. Di Renzo, F. Fajula, CNRS / ICGM, Montpellier/F; B. Coasne, CNRS, Montpellier/F and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA/USA
P B2.14 Brønsted acid characterization in 3D and 2D zeolite
V.T. Ho, D. Karhánek, P. Nachtigall, Charles University in Prague/CZ
P B2.15 Pressure drop and heat transfer characterization of metal foams and metal fiber structures
W. Menzel, J. Meinert, S. Synowzik, Fraunhofer IFAM, Dresden/D; M. Beckmann, B. Kieback, TU Dresden/D
P B2.16 Investigation of nanostructures of mesoporous materials using SAXS
B. Arlt, Anton Paar Germany GmbH, Ostfildern/D
P B2.17 Characterization of Li+ sites of (Al)IPC-2 zeolite
R. Bulanek, M. Kolárová, University of Pardubice/CZ; H. Viet Thang, P. Nachtigall, Charles University in Prague/CZ; P. Chlubná, Academy of Science, Prague/CZ
P B2.18 Activating charge transfer flows for hydrogen interacting with Ag+, Cu+, Cd2+, Zn2+ zeolite cationic sites: ETS-NOCV analysis
P. Kozyra, J. Datka, Jagiellonian University in Krakow/PL; E. Brpclawik, Polish Academy of Sciences, Krakow/PL
P B2.19 Acid properties of 2-D zeolite MCM-56 in different structural forms
B. Gil, W. Makowski, B. Marszalek, Jagiellonian University, Kraków/PL; M. Kubu, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague/CZ
P B2.20 Stability of CPO-27 materials upon activation and rehydration
B. Barth, M. Rangus, M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P B2.21 Rationalising the role of solid-acid sites in the design of single-site heterogeneous catalysts for acid-catalysed transformations
E. Gianotti, University of Eastern Piedmont, Alessandria/I; M. Manzoli, University of Turin/I; M.E. Potter, R. Raja, University of Southampton/UK
P B2.22 Thermal stability of SAPO-34 at elevated temperatures studied by in-situ XRD
E. Pleissner, R. Hock, A. Kuhnt, M. Hinze, V.R.R. Marthala, M. Hartmann, W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P B2.23 Determination of changing thermodynamic properties of ordered mesoporous silica
M. Rueckriem, J. Adolphs, Porotec GmbH, Hofheim/D; W.-D. Einicke, D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D
P B2.24 Energetic performances of ZIF-71 using high pressure intrusion experiments
G. Ortiz, G. Chaplais, H. Nouali, C. Marichal, J. Patarin, Université de Haute Alsace, Mulhouse/F
P B2.25 Studies of properties Al-P-O-zeolites with nano-crystalline structure
W. Eckl, S. Pappert, Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal/D; S. Kulkov, A. Buzimov, ISPMS RAS, Tomsk/RUS
P B2.26 Effect of iron and gallium on the properties of MCM-41
M.C. Carmo, L.S. Costa, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador/BR; S.G. Marchetti, Universidad de La Plata/RA
P B2.27 Morphological characterization of open-cell solid foams
I. Mohammed, T. Bauer, TU Dresden/D; M. Schubert, HZDR, Dresden/D; R. Lange, TU Dresden/D
P B2.28 Influence of pore geometries on NLDFT calculated density profiles
A. Kolesnikov, J. Möllmer, Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie e.V., Leipzig/D; N. Georgi, Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik in den Naturwissenschaften, Leipzig/D; M. Rückriem, A. Schreiber, J. Adolphs, Porotec GmbH, Hofheim/Ts./D
P B2.29 A new commercial instrument for gas sorption measurements under extreme conditions
M.G. Roper, D.P. Broom, R.T. Murden, M.J. Benham, Hiden Isochema Ltd, Warrington/UK
P B2.30 Diffusion of small guest molecules in SAPO-34 crystals: single and multiple crystals measurments
J. Cousin Saint Remi, J. Denayer, Vrije Universiteit Brussel/B; J. Kärger, Universität Leipzig/D
P B3.01 Enhancement of methane adsorption in metal-organic frameworks by modification of organic linker molecules: a computational study
M. Suyetin, M. Bound, Y. Yan, M. Schröder, E. Bichoutskaia, University of Nottingham/UK
P B3.02 Using the concept of natural tilings to identify promising zeolite frameworks for adsorption-based CO2 removal
M. Fischer, Universität Bremen/D and University College London/UK; R.G. Bell, University College London/UK
P B3.03 Modeling the construction of polymeric adsorbent media: effects of counter-ions on ligand immobilization and pore structure
A. Liapis, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO/USA; E. Riccardi, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim/N; J.-C. Wang, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO/USA
P B3.04 Large-volume reconstruction of porous polymers for the simultaneous analysis of micron and submicron morphological features
T. Müllner, Universität Marburg/D; A. Zankel, TU Graz/A and Center for Electron Microscopy, Graz/A; U. Tallarek, Universität Marburg/D
P B3.05 Isomerization and disproportionation of m-xylene over medium-pore zeolites with different topologies: a theoretical investigation
Y. Byun, D. Cho, S.B. Hong, Pohang University of Science and Technology/ROK
P B3.06 How microscopic characteristics of the adsorption kinetics impact macroscale transport in packed beds: a stochastic approach
D. Hlushkou, Universität Marburg/D; F. Gritti, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN/USA; A. Daneyko, Universität Marburg/D; G. Guiochon, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN/USA; U. Tallarek, Universität Marburg/D
P B3.07 Exploring the properties of Zr-MOFs: a computational study
S. Lilienthal, J. Lippke, G. Wißmann, A. Schneider, P. Behrens, Universität Hannover/D; T. Preuße, A. Godt, Universität Bielefeld/D
P B3.08 Characterization of the surface acidity of MFI zeolite nanosheets - QM/MM approach
M. Rybicki, J. Sauer, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin/D
P B3.09 Role of local environment in catalytic reactions: ab initio molecular dynamics study
T. Bucko, Comenius University, Bratislava/SK; J. Hafner, University of Vienna/A
P B3.10 Using pair distribution function to model the disordered zeolite precursor IPC-1P
S.A. Morris, R.E. Morris, The University of St Andrews/UK; T. Lucas, J. Hriljac, Birmingham University/UK; L. Grajciar, Charles University, Prague/CZ
P B3.11 Theoretical investigation of layered zeolites with MWW topology: MCM-22P vs. MCM-56
M. Polozij, M. Rubes, P. Nachtigall, Charles University in Prague/CZ
P B3.12 Atomic structure of Ti-substituted thin films of silica on Ru(0001)
F. Fischer, J. Sauer, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin/D
P B3.13 Synthesis and modelling of HY zeolite-supported rhodium carbonyl hydride complexes
H. Aleksandrov, G. Vayssilov, University of Sofia/BG; A. Vityuk, O. Alexeev, M. Amiridis, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC/USA
P B3.14 Design of B-containing polyaromatic framework for hydrogen storage
V. Markova, P. Petkov, G. Vayssilov, University of Sofia/BG
P B3.15 Hydration and hydrolisis in dealumination and desilicaction of two-dimensional zeolites
I. Goikoetxea, J. Sauer, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin/D
P B3.16 The model of assembling zeolite-type frameworks as a packing of natural building units (NBU)
N.A. Kabanova, V.A. Blatov, Samara Center for Theoretical Materials Science/RUS; G.D. Ilyushin, Institute of Crystallography of RAS, Moscow/RUS; D.M. Proserpio, Università degli Studi di Milano/I
P B3.17 Accurate entropy calculations through normal mode optimization and anharmonicity analysis
G. Piccini, J. Sauer, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin/D
P B3.18 Understanding CO2, N2 and flue gas adsorption in amine-NaX zeolite predicted from Monte Carlo simulation
A.E.O. Lima, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Fortaleza/BR; D.C.S. Azevedo, S.M.P. Lucena, Universidade Federal do Ceara, Fortaleza/BR
P B3.19 From double-four-ring germanosilicates to new zeolites: in silico investigation
M. Trachta, ASCR, Prague/CZ; P. Nachtigall, Charles University, Prague/CZ; O. Bludský, ASCR, Prague/CZ
P B3.20 Crystallite-pore network model applied to dimethyl ether production from synthesis gas in bifunctional core/shell catalysts
W. Ding, S. Lee, P. Pfeifer, R. Dittmeyer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/D; M. Klumpp, S. Reuß, W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P B3.21 First-principle kinetic study of butene cracking on H-ZSM-5
P. Cnudde, J. Van der Mynsbrugge, K. De Wispelaere, K. Hemelsoet, V. Van Speybroeck, M. Waroquier, Ghent University, Zwijnaarde/B
P B3.23 Rapid adsorption screening of hierarchical zeolite beta by thermal response measurements
A. Werner, TU Dresden/D; M. Leistner, M. Wöllner, Fraunhofer IWS, Dresden/D; P. Bludovsky, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
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C. Sustainable Solutions

P C1.01 Monolithic porous Li-sulfur/poly(acrylonitrile) composite materials for rechargeable batteries
M. Frey, Universität Stuttgart/D; A. Hintennach, Daimler AG, Stuttgart/D; J. Fanous, Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart/D; M.R. Buchmeiser, Universität Stuttgart/D
P C1.02 Assessment of hydration-dehydration behaviour of modified MgO as candidate for high-temperature waste heat storage
J.I. Salazar Gómez, H. Lohmann, B. Zeidler-Fandrich, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen/D; I. Meyer, J. Meyer, R. Scholz, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Sulzbach-Rosenberg/D
P C1.04 Effect of LiCl aqueous solutions on the energetic performances of silicalite-1
T.J. Daou, I. Khay, H. Nouali, A. Ryzhikov, S. Rigolet, J. Patarin, Université de Haute Alsace, Mulhouse/F
P C1.05 Nanostructured p-type ternary oxides for photoelectrochemical water splitting
I. Kondofersky, H. Dunn, Universität München/D; B. Parkinson, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY/USA; T. Bein, Universität München/D
P C1.06 Tailoring of water sorption properties of composites for thermochemical heat storage
T. Birsa Celic, A. Ristic, National Institute of Chemistry Slovenia, Ljubljana/SLO
P C1.07 Ultrafast incorporation of titanium oxide clusters in zeolite structures by low-temperature plasma for photocatalysis
M. El-Roz, L. Lakiss, V. Valtchev, F. Thibault-Starzyk, Université de Caen/F
P C1.08 Structural characterization and thermal behavior of water adsorption on silver and zinc exchanged A zeolites
F. Benaliouche, M. Guerza, Y. Zouad, N. Hidous, Y. Boucheffa, Ecole Militaire Polytechnique, Algiers/DZ
Cancelled by the author

P C1.09 Novel additives for proton conducting membranes
C. Seidler, Universität Oldenburg/D; M. Feyand, Universität zu Kiel/D; R. Marschall, Universität Giessen/D; N. Stock, Universität zu Kiel/D; M. Wark, Universität Oldenburg/D
P C1.10 MAS PFG NMR diffusometry and MAS NMR spectroscopy applied to composite fuel cell materials
D. Freude, Universität Leipzig/D; C.F. Seidler, M. Wark, Universität Oldenburg/D; J. Haase, Universität Leipzig/D
P C1.11 Determination of adsorption equilibria and mass diffusivity of zeolite13X-water pair for adsorption heat pumps
S. Sayilgan, M. Mobedi, S. Ülkü, Izmir Institute of Technology/TR
Cancelled by the author

P C1.12 Micelle-templated mesoporous Pt/C catalysts for the electrochemical hydrogen evolution reaction
D. Bernsmeier, M. Bernicke, TU Berlin/D; L. Chuenchom, B. Smarsly, Universität Giessen/D; R. Kraehnert, TU Berlin/D
P C1.13 Electron transfers in donor - acceptor system adsorbed into zeolite : kinetic and thermodynamic study
P. Col, M. Hureau, A. Moissette, Université de Lille 1, Villeneuve d'Ascq/F
P C1.14 Nanostructured materials for electrochemical lithium insertion
P. Zehetmaier, K. Fominykh, J.M. Feckl, K. Peters, D. Fattakhova-Rohlfing, Universität München/D
Cancelled by the author

P C1.15 Multicomponent aerogels (TiO2-Rh/Pt/Ir-rGO) for enhanced photocatalytic water splitting
R. da Silva, M. Karnahl, Leibniz Institute for Catalysis, Rostock/D; S. Skruszewicz, University of Rostock/D; F. Heiligtag, ETH Zürich/CH; S. Wohlrab, Leibniz Institute for Catalysis, Rostock/D
P C1.16 Valorization of CO2 into methanol by engineering of biocatalytic and photocatalytic systems
A. Galarneau, R. Cazelles, Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier/F
P C1.17 IrO2 and Ir/TiOx catalysts with micelle-controlled pore structure for electro-chemical oxygen evolution (OER)
M. Bernicke, D. Bernsmeier, E. Ortel, R. Kraehnert, TU Berlin/D
P C1.18 Ag nanoparticles supported on nanosized zeolites for photovoltaic solar cells
M. Zaarour, M. El-Roz, B. Dong, M. Alaaeddine, R. Retoux, F. Gourbilleau, B. Witulski, J.-P. Gilson, S. Mintova, Université de Caen/F
P C1.19 Ion exchange in zeolithe13X - tuning of sorptive properties for thermochemical heat storage applications
J. Venus, J.G. Eggebrecht, A. Lieb, F. Scheffler, Universität Magdeburg/D
P C1.20 Energetic performances of pure silica STF, MTT and *STO-type zeolites under high pressure water intrusion
A. Ryzhikov, I. Khay, H. Nouali, T.J. Daou, J. Patarin, Université Haut-Alsace, Mulhouse/F
P C1.21 Hydrothermal stability of adsorbents for thermal energy storage applications
F. Fischer, E. Lävemann, Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research (ZAE Bayern), Garching/D
P C1.23 Influence of pore diameter of macroporous silicon as cathode on the performance of hybrid solar cell
A. Ismail, A.T.M.S. Islam, University of Rajshahi/BD
Cancelled by the author

P C1.24 Synthesis and characterization of mixed-metal MIL-100 type MOF materials in order to improve their water sorption properties
T. Birsa Celic, N. Zabukovec Logar, National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana/SLO
Cancelled by the author

P C1.25 Ionic liquid-derived nitrogen-doped carbon electrocatalysts
T. Fellinger, N. Fechler, K. Elumeeva, M. Antonietti, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam/D
Cancelled by the author

P C1.26 Stability of zeolite and zeo-type materials under cyclic hydrothermal stress regarding heat pump applications
G.M. Munz, M. Baumgartner, H. Kummer, S.K. Henninger, Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg/D
P C1.27 Computational discovery of nanoporous materials for energy applications
M. Haranczyk, R.L. Martin, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, CA/USA; C.M. Simon, L.-C. Lin, B. Smit, University of California, Berkeley, CA/USA
Cancelled by the author

P C1.28 Modification of CaO / Ca(OH)2 for thermochemical energy storage
S. Schäfer, Universität Siegen/D; M. Haas, German Aerospace Center, Stuttgart/D; B. Görtz, Universität Siegen/D; M. Linder, German Aerospace Center, Stuttgart/D; R. Trettin, Universität Siegen/D
P C1.29 Water vapor permeable zeolite coatings for high performance adsorption applications
H. Kummer, S.K. Henninger, Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg/D
P C1.30 EnErChem: Development and Testing of a Sorption-Based Long-Term Heat Storage System for Heating of Buildings
T. Nonnen, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D; B. Mette, H. Kerskes, S. Bonk, Universität Stuttgart/D; T. Badenhop, Vaillant Group, Remscheid/D; B. Unger, K. Gleichmann, Chemiewerk Bad Köstritz GmbH/D
P C1.31 Development of Ni-Pt-Si/carbon electrocatalysts for application as anodes in direct ethanol fuel cells
H.S. Ferreira, Instituto de Tecnologia, Aracaju/BR; H. Ferreira, University Federal of Bahia, Salvador/BR; K. I. B. Eguiluz, Instituto de Tecnologia e Pesquisa, Universidade Tiradentes, Aracaju/BR; M.C. Rangel, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador/BR; L.P. Costa, G.R Salazar-Banda, Instituto de Tecnologia e Pesquisa, Universidade Tiradentes, Aracaju/BR; P. Strasser, TU Berlin/D
P C2.02 Influence of internal silanol defects in SSZ-13 on its catalytic performance in the methanol-to-olefins reaction
X. Zhu, E.J.M. Hensen, Eindhoven University of Technology/NL
P C2.03 Characterisation of aromatic and aliphatic MTO intermediates using theoretical excitation and emission spectra
K. Hemelsoet, University of Ghent, Zwijnaarde/B; Q. Qian, Utrecht University/NL; K. De Wispelaere, T. De Meyer, University of Ghent, Zwijnaarde/B; J. Ruiz-Martinez, Utrecht University/NL; M. Waroquier, University of Ghent, Zwijnaarde/B; B.M. Weckhuysen, Utrecht University/NL; V. Van Speybroeck, University of Ghent, Zwijnaarde/B
P C2.04 Synthesis of SAPO-57 and SAPO-59 with different Si contents and their catalytic properties for the methanol-to-olefin reaction
N.H. Ahn, S. Seo, Pohang University of Science and Technology/ROK; C.P. Nicholas, G.J. Lewis, UOP LLC, A Honeywell Company, Des Plaines, IL/USA; S.B. Hong, Pohang University of Science and Technology/ROK
P C2.05 Influence of cobalt incorporation in SAPO-18 in MTO process
T. Álvaro-Muñoz, P. Melero, C. Márquez-Álvarez, E. Sastre, CSIC, Madrid/E
P C2.06 Understanding the impact of binders on the methanol-to-olefin performance of hierarchical ZSM-5 zeolites
S. Mitchell, N.-L. Michels, M. Milina, J. Pérez-Ramírez, ETH Zurich/CH
P C2.07 Methanol conversion into light olefins over SAPO-18 catalysts coated with silica: the effect of modification procedure
S. Konnov, E. Knyazeva, I. Ivanova, A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis RAS, Moscow/RUS
P C2.08 Conversion of methyl mercaptan and methanol to hydrocarbons over zeolites - a comparative study
C. Cammarano, B. Coq, R. Durand, Institute Charles Gerhardt, Montpellier/F; E. Huguet, R. Cadours, Total SA, Paris/F; C. Leroi, Total SA, Lacq/F; V. Hulea, Institute Charles Gerhardt, Montpellier/F
P C2.09 SAPO intergrowth materials as catalysts for the MTO process
R.L. Smith, M.W. Anderson, M.P. Attfield, University of Manchester/UK; A. Lind, D. Akporiaye, J.H. Cavka, B. Arstad, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Oslo/N; S. Svelle, University of Oslo/N; T. Fuglerud, INEOS, Porsgrunn/N
P C2.10 A new class of ZSM-5 catalyst: synthesis and catalytic performance of ZSM-5 with the distribution of acid site in the pores controlled
T. Yokoi, H. Mochizuki, S. Namba, J.N. Kondo, T. Tatsumi, M. Yoshioka, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama/J
P C2.11 Hydrothermal stabilization of nanosized SAPO-34 for methanol to olefins
Z. Li, J. Martinez-Triguero, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E; J. Yu, Jilin University, Chanchung/CHN; A. Corma, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P C2.12 High throughput testing of slow and fast deactivating catalysts for methanol-to-hydrocarbons (MTH)
M. Kirchmann, A. Haas, C. Hauber, hte GmbH, Heidelberg/D
P C2.13 Improved stability of hybrid catalysts for direct DME synthesis by confining CuZnO in SBA-15 silica pores
A. García-Trenco, A. Martínez, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P C2.14 Mass transport and adsorption of methanol vapor in monolithic activated carbon
P. Günther, R. Stierle, P. Patzelt, U. Nieken, Universität Stuttgart/D
P C2.15 The scientific essences and innovations of zeolitic catalysts on methanol conversion to propene technology
Z.K. Xie, SINOPEC Corporation, Beijing/CHN; J.W. Teng, Z.C. Liu, C.M. Wang, Y.D. Wang, J. Zhou, SINOPEC Shanghai Research Institute of Petrochemical Technology/CHN
P C2.16 Microwave assisted growth of SAPO-34 on ß-SiC foams and its application in methanol dehydration to dimethyl ether
M.M. Elamin, O. Muraza, Z. Malibari, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran/SAR; H. Ba, J.M. Nhut, C. Pham-Huu, Université de Strasbourg/F
Cancelled by the author

P C2.17 Methanol-to-propylene over nanosized and metal-exchanged TON zeolites
O. Muraza, A.K. Jamil, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran/SAR; M. Yoshioka, T. Yokoi, Tokyo Institute of Technology/J; A.M. Al-Amer, Z.H. Yamani, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran/SAR
Cancelled by the author

P C2.18 Effects of the physicochemical characteristics of zeolites on their catalytic performance in the reaction of methanol dehydration to DME
S. Akarmazyan, University of Patras/GR; S. Karakoulia, CPERI/CERTH, Thessaloniki/GR; K. Triantafyllidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and CPERI/CERTH, Thessaloniki/GR; D. Kondarides, University of Patras/GR
P C2.19 Effect of zeolite ZSM-5 spatial distribution within catalyst bodies on the MTH selectivity and catalyst stability
P. Castano, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao/E; J. Ruiz-Martínez, Utrecht University/NL; E. Epelde, A.G. Gayubo, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao/E; B.M. Weckhuysen, G.T. Whiting, Utrecht University/NL
P C2.20 Mesoporous ITQ-22 zeolite in the methanol-to-hydrocarbons process
N. Kasian, P. Del Campo, University of Oslo/N; A. Tuel, IRCELYON, Villeurbanne/F; S. Svelle, University of Oslo/N
P C2.21 Synthesis of CON-type aluminosilicates and their catalytic performance
M. Yoshioka, T. Yokoi, T. Tatsumi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama/J
P C2.22 Double modified hexagonal mesoporous silica as an acid catalyst for selective dehydration of methanol to DME
B. Sabour, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran/IR
P C2.23 Modified mesoporous ZSM-5 catalysts for the conversion of methanol to propylene
S. Lee, K.-W. Jun, G.J. Kwak, H.-K. Park, Y.-J. Lee, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Daejon/ROK
P C3.01 Grafted and dispersed Ni particles onto SBA-15, and their methanation
B. Lu, K. Kawamoto, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Ibaraki/J
P C3.02 Revisiting carbenium chemistry on amorphous silica alumina: unraveling their milder acidity as compared to zeolites
F. Leydier, C. Chizallet, IFP Energies nouvelles, Solaize/F; D. Costa, ENSCP, Paris/F; P. Raybaud, IFP Energies nouvelles, Solaize/F
P C3.03 Hydroisomerization of long-chain paraffins over nano-sized bimetallic Pt-Pd/H-beta catalyst
F. Bauer, M. Bertmer, W.-D. Einicke, K. Ficht, Universität Leipzig/D; T. Kuchling, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D; R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
P C3.04 Comparative study of the catalytic stability of bifunctional nanoporous-based catalysts in n-heptane hydroisomerisation
F. Alotaibi, King Abdulazeez City for Science & Technology (KACST), Riyadh/SAR
P C3.05 Various CMK type carbon replicas as catalysts of oxidative dehydrogenation of ethylbenzene
P. Janus, S. Jarczewski, P. Kustrowski, B. Dudek, M. Drozdek, A. Wach, Jagiellonian University, Krakow/PL
P C3.06 Catalytic cracking performance of alkaline treated zeolite beta in the terms of acid sites properties and their accessibility
K. Tarach, K. Gora-Marek, J. Tekla, K. Brylewska, J. Datka, K. Mlekodaj, W. Makowski, Jagiellonian University in Krakow/PL; M.C. Igualada Lopez, J. Martínez Triguero, F. Rey, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P C3.07 Enhancement of activity and selectivity in acid-catalyzed reactions by dealuminated hierarchical zeolites
P. Sazama, Z. Sobalik, J. Dedecek, D. Kaucky, J. Rathousky, H. Jirglova, I. Jakubec, Academy of Sciences, Prague/CZ; J. Janoscova, University of Pardubice/CZ; V. Parvulescu, University of Bucharest/RO
P C3.08 Direct catalytic cracking of lignite
M. Seitz, Hochschule Merseburg/D; J. Welscher, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; T. Nägler, J. Zimmermann, S. Nowak, T. Stam-Creutz, W. Frank, Hochschule Merseburg/D; T. Hahn, Universität Halle-Wittenberg/D; W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P C3.09 Mass-transfer investigation on aromatics hydrogenation using platinum supported on controlled pore glass
M. Goepel, H. Kabir, C. Küster, P. Zeigermann, R. Valiullin, C. Chmelik, D. Enke, J. Kärger, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
P C3.10 Towards a new design of "ideal" bifunctional catalyst
A. Astafan, L. Pinard, Y. Pouilloux, Poitiers University/F; J. Daou, J. Patarin, Haute Alsace University, Mulhouse/F; C. Bouchy, N. Bats, IFPEN, Lyon/F
P C3.12 The alkylation of toluene with 1-decene over dealuminated zeolites Y. Influence of residual sodium content
M. Hornácek, P. Lovás, P. Hudec, K. Velebná, A. Smiesková, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava/SK
P C3.13 Phosphate modification of H-BEA for the selective acylation of 2-methoxynaphthalene
J. Hodala, G.V. Shanbhag, A.B. Halgeri, Poornaprajna Institute of Scientific Research, Bangalore/IND
Cancelled by the author

P C3.14 Ni-exchanged MCM-41and SBA-15 mesostructured materials as outstanding catalysts for ethylene oligomerization
R.D. Andrei, A. Finiels, F. Fajula, Institute Charles Gerhardt, Montpellier/F; M.I. Popa, TU of Iasi/RO; V. Hulea, Institute Charles Gerhardt, Montpellier/F
P C3.15 Methane dehydroaromatization on catalysts Mo/ZSM-5 treated in deep bed at various temperatures
K. Velebná, M. Hornácek, A. Smiesková, P. Hudec, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava/SK
P C3.16 Size control of metal nanoparticles encapsulated in zeolite single crystals and application to size-selective hydrogenation
S. Li, L. Burel, C. Aquino, A. Tuel, F. Morfin, J.L. Rousset, F. Meunier, D. Farrusseng, Université de Lyon 1/F
P C3.17 Hydroisomerization of n-hexadecane over Pt/ZSM-22: effect of silica source
S. Parmar, K.K. Pant, IIT Delhi, New Delhi/IND; M. Jhon, K. Kumar, S.M. Pai, B.L. Newalkar, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited, Greater Noida/IND
P C3.18 The ordered aluminosilicates as the components of highly active catalysts for the conversion of hydrocarbons
S.V. Lysenko, S.I. Shirokopoyas, V.A. Ostroumova, A.L. Maksimov, S.V. Baranova, S.V. Kardashev, E.A. Karakhanov, Lomonosov Moscow State Unversity/RUS
Cancelled by the author

P C3.19 Mesoporous aluminosilicates as catalysts components for production of freeze-resistant diesel fuels with a low content of polyaromatics
E.A. Karakhanov, A.L. Maksimov, S.I. Shirokopoyas, S.V. Lysenko, Lomonosov Moscow State Unversity/RUS
Cancelled by the author

P C3.20 Bifunctional metal/acid catalysts for the three step one-pot synthesis of dihydropyrimidine-2(1H)-one esters
M.J. Sabater, A. Corma, M.V. LopezPrado, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P C3.21 Metal Organic Framewors(MOFs) as heterogeneous catalysts for dehydration of aldoximes into nitriles
M.J. Climent, A. Corma, S. Iborra, A. Rapeyko, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P C3.22 Methane dehydroaromatization (MDA) over desilicated MFI-type zeolite catalysts
Y. Zhang, P. Herrmann, D. Schmidt, W. Schwieger, T. Hensler, K.-E. Wirth, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; J. Assmann, R. Bellinghausen, L. Mleczko, Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Leverkusen/D
P C3.23 Effect of titania and zirconia addition on the performance of NiMo/SBA-15 hydrodesulfurization catalysts
J. Morales Ortuño, G.A. González Martínez, T. Klimova, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City/MEX
P C3.24 A new approach to synthesis highly active solid base catalyst
M. Elbakush, D. Brown, University of Huddersfield/UK
P C3.25 Bifunctional supported catalysts for fine chemical synthesis
A. Elmekawy, D. Brown, University of Huddersfield/UK
P C3.26 Microwave induced reactions of hydrocarbons over zeolites
V. Zholobenko, A. Holmes, E. House, Keele University, Staffordshire/UK
P C3.27 Heterogeneous complexes of nickel MCM-41 with ß-diimine ligands: application in olefin oligomerization
E. Rossetto, S.B.C. Pergher, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Natal/BR; K. Bernardo-Gusmão, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre/BR
P C3.28 SBA-15 spheres as nickel catalytic precursor support for ethylene polymerization
C. Favero, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre/BR; A. Schwanke, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Natal/BR; K.B. Gusmão, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre/BR; S.B.C. Pergher, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Natal/BR
P C3.29 Dehydrogenation of butenes over copper oxide supported on alumina under anaerobic conditions: bifunctionality of the catalyst
W. Choi, S. Gong, S. Park, H. Seo, N. Kang, Y. Park, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Daejeon/ROK
P C3.30 Activity and yield to light olefins during cyclohexane transformation on acid or basic modified ZSM-5
H.R.A. Darim, K.T.G. Carvalho, E.A. Urquieta-Gonzalez, Sao Carlos Federal University/BR
P C3.31 Catalytic dehydration of ethanol on mesoporous SAPO-34
K.T.G. Carvalho, E.A. Urquieta-Gonzalez, Sao Carlos Federal University/BR
P C3.32 One-step synthesis of liquid fuels in a microchannel reactor
C. Sun, P. Pfeifer, R. Dittmeyer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/D
P C4.02 Metal-impregnated BEA zeolite catalysts for triptane synthesis: the role of the metal sites
J. Schaidle, D. Ruddy, S. Habas, M. Pan, J. Hensley, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO/USA
P C4.03 Comparative study of MCM-22 and MCM-56 modified with molybdenum - metal impact on acidic and redox properties
A. Wojtaszek-Gurdak, M. Trejda, D. Kryszak, M. Ziolek, Adam Mickiewcz University in Poznan/PL
P C4.04 Iron doped mesoporous silica as a catalyst for the direct ammoxidation of propane
K. Raabova, E. Badurova, R. Bulanek, University of Pardubice/CZ
P C4.05 MPV reduction of unsaturated carbonyl compounds over Zr-MCM-41 prepared by a grafting method
K. Taniya, A. Izumi, M. Iwamoto, A. Okemoto, Y. Ichihashi, S. Nishiyama, Kobe University/J
P C4.06 The role of basicity in methanol oxidation - relationship between basicity and redox properties of Cr containing MCM-41
M. Trejda, M. Brys, M. Ziolek, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan/PL
P C4.07 The HPPO process - a novel route to propylene oxide
F. Schmidt, H. Morell, M. Pascaly, Evonik Industries AG, Hanau-Wolfgang/D
P C4.08 Novel heterogeneous C-H oxidation catalysts for the synthesis of high-value compounds
T.N. Ran, R.M. Leithall, University of Southampton/UK; S. Maurelli, M. Chiesa, University of Turin/I; D.C. Harrowven, R. Raja, University of Southampton/UK
P C4.09 Development of stable hybrid CuZnAl/ZSM-5 catalyst for dimethyl ether synthesis from syngas
V. Ordomsky, M. Cai, A. Khodakov, Université Lille 1, Villeneuve d'Ascq/F
Cancelled by the author

P C4.10 Oxidation of bulky molecules using desilicated TS-1 zeolite
A. Grau-Atienza, A. Silvestre-Albero, E. Serrano, J. Silvestre-Albero, J. Garcia-Martinez, University of Alicante/E
Cancelled by the author

P C4.11 Synthesis strategies to improve the catalytic activity of the new Ti(III)APO-5 materials in oxidation reactions
A. Alfayate, R. Sepúlveda-San José, M. Sánchez-Sánchez, J. Pérez-Pariente, CSIC, Madrid/E
P C4.12 Bifunctional hydrogenating/acid catalysis: quantification of the intimacy criterion
N. Bathala, L. Pinard, Y. Pouilloux, Poitiers University/F
P C4.13 Elucidating the catalytic activity of Ti sites in organic oxidation reactions over crystalline and amorphous mesoporous titanosilicates
D. Serrano, Rey Juan Carlos University, Mostoles/E and IMDEA Energy Institute, Mostoles/E; R. Sanz, Rey Juan Carlos University, Mostoles/E; P. Pizarro, Rey Juan Carlos University, Mostoles/E and IMDEA Energy Institute, Mostoles/E; J. Iglesias, N. Simon, M. Lazaro, Rey Juan Carlos University, Mostoles/E; I. Moreno, Rey Juan Carlos University, Mostoles/E and IMDEA Energy Institute, Mostoles/E
P C4.14 Nanostructured cobalt@zeolite composite-catalysts for single-stage Fischer-Tropsch synthesis and product processing
N. Kruse, TU Clausthal/D; A. Machoke, W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; R. Güttel, TU Clausthal/D
P C4.15 Epoxidation of bulky organic molecules over hierarchical titanosilicates
J. Prech, P. Chlubná-Eliásová, N. Zilková, J. Cejka, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague/CZ
P C4.16 Towards uniform surface morphology of silica supported MoV mixed oxide catalysts for the selective oxidation of propane
P.K. Nielsen, B. Frank, R. Schlögl, A. Trunschke, Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin/D
P C4.17 Cu-MOF-74 material as effective catalyst for phenol-nitroarene coupling reactions under ligand-free conditions
G. Calleja, F. Martínez, R. Sanz, G. Orcajo, D. Briones, P. Leo, Rey Juan Carlos University, Móstoles/E
P C4.18 Supported palladium catalysts for CO oxidation: the interplay between support and metal
E. Kolar, L. Lukashuk, K. Föttinger, G. Rupprechter, TU Vienna/A
Cancelled by the author

P C4.19 The effect of cerium precursors and preparation methods on the structure and CO oxidation activity of CeO2-modified Co3O4
L. Lukashuk, J. Yang, K. Föttinger, U. Schubert, G. Rupprechter, TU Vienna/A
Cancelled by the author

P C4.20 Catalytic behavior of Ga or Al-containing-MCM-41 for cycloaddition of 4-nitrophenyl azide
B. Boukoussa, S. Zeghada, G. Bentabed-Ababsa, R. Hamacha, A. Bengueddach, A. Derdour, University of Oran/DZ; F. Mongin, University of Rennes/F
P C4.21 Mesoporous titanium-silicate catalysts prepared by EISA for liquid-phase selective oxidations and oxidative carboxylation
I.D. Ivanchikova, O.V. Zalomaeva, N.V. Maksimchuk, M.S. Mel'gunov, O.A. Kholdeeva, Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk/RUS
Cancelled by the author

P C4.22 Investigation of deactivation of hollow titanium silicate zeolite from the industrial cyclohexanone ammoxidation processing
C.J. Xia, Stockholm University/S
P C4.23 Solid catalyst with ionic liquid layer (SCILL) in liquid-phase alkyne hydrogenation - a sustainable alternative to Lindlar's catalyst
T. Gallert, A. Stolle, Universität Jena/D; J. Medlock, W. Bonrath, DSM Nutritional Products, Basel/CH
P C4.24 Nanoscale bismuth vanadate with high photocatalytic activity via microwave-assisted non-aqueous synthesis
M. Hofmann, M. Rainer, M. Mehring, TU Chemnitz/D
P C4.25 Low temperature oxidation of CO in Ce-MWW zeolites
B. Gil, W.J. Roth, W. Makowski, B. Marszalek, Jagiellonian University, Krakow/PL; P. Michorczyk, Cracow University of Technology/PL
P C4.26 Preferential oxidation of CO on copper-manganese oxide
Y. Teramoto, R. Maki, M. Sano, T. Suzuki, T. Miyake, Kansai University, Suita/J
P C4.27 Synthesis of acetaldehyde by dehydrogenation of ethanol
M. Ohira, M. Sano, T. Suzuki, T. Miyake, Kansai University, Suita/J
P C4.28 Cu-containing mixed oxides from layered double hydroxide precursors: catalysts for dehydration and dehydrogenation
M. Abdoullah, D. Brown, University of Huddersfield/UK
P C4.30 Catalytic properties of mesoporous titania as a support of gold catalysts for CO-PROX
H. Ferreira, University Federal of Bahia, Salvador/BR; S. Rico-Francés, Universidad de Alicante/E; H.S. Ferreira, Instituto de Tecnologia e Pesquisa, Aracaju/BR; J. Silvestre-Albero, A. Sepúlveda-Escribano, Universidad de Alicante/E; G.R Salazar-Banda, Instituto de Tecnologia e Pesquisa, Aracaju/BR; M.C. Rangel, University Federal of Bahia, Salvador/BR
P C4.31 Removal of methylene blue in aqueous effluents on carbon nanotubes-supported iron catalysts
S.M.S Borges, M.C Rangel, S.T. Olivar, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador/BR
P C5.01 Removal of anionic dyes from aqueous solutions using local activated kaolins as adsorbers
F. EL Berrichi, S. Zen, University of 8 Mai 1945, Guelma/DZ
Cancelled by the author

P C5.02 Adsorptive water removal from organic solvents in the ppmw-region
B. Burrichter, Ch. Pasel, M. Luckas, D. Bathen, Universität Duisburg-Essen/D
P C5.03 Fluorination of FAU type zeolites for enhanced hydrophobicity
D. Danaci, R. Singh, P.A. Webley, The University of Melbourne, Parkville/AUS
P C5.04 Adsorption behaviors of Cu2+, Ni2+ and In3+ on clay-poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) nanohybrid
N. Koizumi, Y. Yashiro, S. Ishimaru, Tokyo Denki University/J
P C5.05 Xerogelation and absorption of viscous liquids into clay-poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) nanocomposite
E. Kosugi, Y. Akiba, S. Ishimaru, Tokyo Denki University/J
P C5.06 Coupling of calorimetric analysis and volumetric equilibrium measurements
C. Bläker, D. Bathen, M. Luckas, C. Pasel, Universität Duisburg-Essen/D
P C5.07 Adsorption of 1-butanol onto hydrophobic microporous materials
C.P. Gao, Q. Shi, J.X. Dong, Taiyuan University of Technology/CHN
Cancelled by the author

P C5.09 Origin of the adsorption selectivity of xylenes in exchanged faujasite zeolites: a combined modelling and combinatorial study
Y. Khabzini, C. Laroche, IFPEN, Solaize/F; D. Farrusseng, IRCELYON, Villeurbanne/F; J. Pérez-Pellitero, IFEPN, Solaize/F
P C5.10 Sorption of benzene, toluene and p-xylene on HDTMA-modified synthetic zeolite Na-P1
B. Szala, T. Bajda, AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków/PL
P C5.11 Adsorption structures of non-aromatic hydrocarbons on silicalite-1 using single-crystal X-ray diffraction method
S. Fujiyama, S. Seino, N. Kamiya, K. Nishi, National Defense Academy of Japan, Yokosuka/J; K. Yoza, Bruker AXS, Yokohama/J; Y. Yokomori, National Defense Academy of Japan, Yokosuka/J
P C5.12 Adsorption processes for CO2 capture from flue gas using polyaniline solid sorbent
C.T. Chou, C.H. Huang, N.C. Cheng, Y.T. Shen, National Central University, Jhong-Li/RC; H.S. Yang, Hwa-Hsia Institute of Technology, New Taipei City/RC; M.W. Yang, Taiwan Power Company, New Taipei City/RC
P C5.14 Comparative adsorption studies of different shaped monolithic 4A-type zeolites
T. Herzog, TH Wildau, Berlin/D; S. Schuldt, EckRohrKessel GmbH, Berlin/D
P C5.15 High-silica CHA membranes for CO2 separation
N. Kosinov, C. Auffret, Eindhoven University of Technology/NL; C. Gücüyener, J. Gascon, F. Kapteijn, Delft University of Technology/NL; E. Hensen, Eindhoven University of Technology/NL
P C5.16 Quantification of hydrogen bonded alkanes at reaction conditions sheds light on alkane monomolecular cracking over H-MFI
S. Kadam, H. Li, A. Vimont, Université de Caen/F; R. Wormsbecher, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD/USA; A. Travert, Université de Caen/F
P C5.17 On the performance of SO2 separation from mixtures containing CO2 and CO: zeolite screening
I. Matito-Martos, A. Martin-Calvo, University Pablo de Olavide, Seville/E; J.J. Gutiérrez-Sevillano, Delft University of Technology/NL; M. Haranczyk, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, CA/USA; M. Doblare, Abengoa Research, Seville/E; J. B. Parra, C.O. Ania, Instituto Nacional del Carbón, Oviedo/E; S. Calero, University Pablo de Olavide, Seville/E
P C5.19 Size controlled separation of dioxins by adsorption onto zeolites
M. Ben Abda, Y. Zerega, O. Schaf, Aix-Marseille Université/F
P C5.20 Separation of humic acid from water using montmorillonite/cellulose acetate membranes
C. Flood, Suranaree University of Technology, Nakhon Ratchasima/T; R. Kiattikomol, PTT Research and Technology Institute, Ayutthaya/T
P C5.21 Template-free synthesis of high surface area mesoporous ceria and its new use as a potential adsorbent for carbon dioxide capture
Y. Kamimura, M. Shimomura, A. Endo, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba/J
P C5.22 Phenyl-modified silica monoliths with simultaneously improved selectivity and morphology
R. Meinusch, Universität Giessen/D; K. Hormann, Universität Marburg/D; R. Hakim, Air LIQUIDE Forschung & Entwicklung, Frankfurt/D; U. Tallarek, Universität Marburg/D; B.M. Smarsly, Universität Giessen/D
P C5.23 Gas permeation property of high silica CHA membrane MSM-1
M. Hayashi, M. Sugita, H. Miyagi, T. Takewaki, Mitsubishi Chemical Science and Technology Reserch Center, INC., Yokohama/J
P C5.24 Desorption with increasing partial pressure: the remarkable uptake patterns of hexane isomer mixtures in zeolite MFI
T. Titze, C. Chmelik, J. Kärger, Universität Leipzig/D; J.M. van Baten, R. Krishna, University of Amsterdam/NL
P C5.26 Molecular sieve membranes: zeolite contra MOF, loser and winner
J. Caro, Leibniz University Hannover/D
P C5.27 Liquid phase adsorption of biogenic HMF on nanoporous polymers with exceptional high selectivity
C. Detoni, R. Palkovits, M. Rose, J. Artz, RWTH Aachen/D
P C5.28 Enhanced xenon capture using silver exchanged-zeolite: evidence of the role of metal nanoparticles
L. Deliere, S. Topin, J.P. Fontaine, CEA - Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives, Arpajon/F; D. Farrusseng, C. Daniel, Y. Schuurman, IRCELyon-CNRS, Villeurbanne/F; B. Coasne, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA/USA
P C5.29 Desorption controlled alkane separation with zeolite membranes
R. Dragomirova, M. Stöhr, Leibniz Institute for Catalysis, Rostock/D; U. Lubenau, DBI - Gas und Umwelttechnik GmbH, Leipzig/D; C. Hecker, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D; D. Paschek, University of Rostock/D; S. Wohlrab, Leibniz Institute for Catalysis, Rostock/D
P C5.30 Selective heating of zeolites - thermo-chromatographic pulse
M. Kraus, U. Trommler, F. Holzer, F.-D. Kopinke, U. Roland, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Leipzig/D
P C5.31 Dielectric radio-frequency heating of hydrophobic zeolites
U. Roland, U. Trommler, F. Holzer, F.-D. Kopinke, M. Kraus, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Leipzig/D
P C5.32 High-resolution water vapor adsorption isotherms on zeolites for the characterization of surface properties
A. Endo, M. Shimomura, Y. Kamimura, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tsukuba/J
P C5.33 Fe-zeolites as on-site regenerable adsorbents for removal of organic pollutants from water
A. Georgi, F.-D. Kopinke, Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research - UFZ, Leipzig/D; R. Gonzalez-Olmos, University of Girona/E
Cancelled by the author

P C5.34 Improving separation properties of a solubility selective gas permeation membrane by embedding microporous carbon and zeolite particles
V. Kramer, TU Berlin/D; H. Mushardt, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht/D; D. Hülagü, TU Berlin/D; T. Brinkmann, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht/D; M. Kraume, TU Berlin/D
P C5.35 Saturation effects during p-cresol adsorption onto MFI-type zeolites in aqueous solutions
J.-L. Paillaud, Université Haut-Alsace, Mulhouse/F; H. Pizzala, P. Boulet, B. Kuchta, R. Denoyel, O. Schäf, M. Ben Abda, Aix-Marseille Université/F
P C5.36 Cation effects on the separation of Fischer-Tropsch tail gas
J. Perez-Carbajo, P. Gómez-Álvarez, R. Bueno-Perez, P.J. Merkling, S. Calero, University Pablo de Olavide, Seville/E
P C5.37 Assessment of M-MOF-74 materials for the CO2 adsorption at post-combustion conditions
R. Sanz, F. Martínez, G. Orcajo, D. Briones, P. Leo, Rey Juan Carlos University, Móstoles/E
P C5.38 Efect of the Si/Al ratio on beta zeolite for CO2 adsorption
V. Buensuceso, ESIQIE-Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico D.F./MEX; M. Gutierrez, M. Torres, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico D.F./MEX; M.A. Valenzuela, S. Alfaro, ESIQIE-Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico D.F./MEX
P C5.39 High temperature and competitive multi-component vacuum adsorption measurements on micro-porous and meso-porous materials
V. Martis, Surface Measurement Systems, Ltd, London/UK; D.J. Burnett, Surface Measurement Systems, Ltd, Allentown, PA/USA; M. Naderi, Surface Measurement Systems, Ltd, London/UK; D. Williams, Imperial College London/UK
P C5.40 Adsorption of ionic liquids on non-ordered and ordered mesoporous silicas
M.T. Heinze, W.-D. Einicke, A. Stark, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
P C5.42 Ordered mesoporous carbon with a high content of nitrogen and oxygen for adsorption of heavy metal ions
C. Weinberger, S. Haffer, T. Wagner, M. Tiemann, Universität Paderborn/D
P C5.43 A reexamination of the CO adsorption on alkali-metal mordenites: effect of channel constriction
R. Bulanek, E. Koudelkova, University of Pardubice/CZ
P C5.44 Ion-exchanged binderless X zeolites for CO2 adsorption
D.P. Bezerra, P.A.S. Moura, F.W.M. Silva, M. Bastos-Neto, D.C.S. Azevedo, Universidade Federal do Ceara, Fortaleza/BR
P C5.45 Ammonium sorption and regeneration by Na-clinoptilolite
M. Cardoso, L. Paim, I. Tessaro, L. Féris, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre/BR
Cancelled by the author

P C5.46 Microwave swing adsorption for VOCs elimination with FAU type zeolites
H. Nigar, N. Navascues, O. De la Iglesia, J.L. Hueso, R. Mallada, J. Santamaria, University of Zaragoza/E
P C5.47 Mixed matrix membranes using nanographite, ZIF-8 and non-porous particles: experimental results for the hydrogen purification
L. Diestel, A. Schulz, J. Caro, Universität Hannover/D
P C5.48 Pressure swing adsorption instrument for screening adsorbents
A. Venero, L&C Science, Hialeah, FL/USA; J. Adolphs, POROTEC GmbH, Hofheim/Ts./D
P C5.49 Dual site isotherm model on the adsorption of Pb(II) from aqueous solution to the treated coal fly ash
W. Astuti, Semarang State University/RI; E.T. Wahyuni, A. Prasetya, I.M. Bendiyasa, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta/RI
Cancelled by the author

P C5.52 Synthetic Na-X zeolite as a potential adsorbent for mercury removal from exhaust gases
M. Wdowin, The Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków/PL; M. Macherzynski, AGH-University of Sciences and Technology, Kraków/PL; M.M. Wiatros-Motyka, University of Nottingham/UK; R. Panek, Lublin University of Technology/PL; J. Górecki, AGH-University of Sciences and Technology, Kraków/PL; W. Franus, Lublin University of Technology/PL
P C5.53 Linear and branched hydrocarbon adsorption on desilicated ZSM-5
M. Palomino, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E; K. Sadowska, Jagiellonian University, Krakow/PL; S. Valencia, F. Rey, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E; K. Gora-Marek, Jagiellonian University, Krakow/PL
P C5.54 Adsorption and diffusion of H2, CO, CH2 and CO2 in CaX zeolite: comparison of performance with NaX in H2 purification PSA units
J.A. Delgado, V.I. Águeda, M.A. Uguina, J.L. Sotelo, P. Brea, Universidad Complutense de Madrid/E; C.A. Grande, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Oslo/N
P C5.55 Adsorption-desorption process for butanol recovery from acetone-butanol-ethanol model fermentation broth using silicalite pellets
V.I. Águeda, M.A. Uguina, J.A. Delgado, J.L. Sotelo, A. García, Complutense University of Madrid/E
P C5.56 The potential of zeolite 13X for adsorption-based CO2 capture
L. Joss, M. Hefti, D. Marx, M. Mazzotti, ETH Zürich/CH
P C5.57 Structure-property relations of cation-exchanged chabazite zeolites for CO2 separations
T. Pham, University of Delaware, Newark, DE/USA; M. Hudson, C. Brown, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD/USA; R. Lobo, University of Delaware, Newark, DE/USA
Cancelled by the author

P C5.58 Preparation of RHO-filled hydrophobic silica composite membrane for CO2 separation
S. Araki, Kansai University, Osaka/J; T. Sugita, kansai University, Osaka/J; H. Yamamoto, Kansai University, Osaka/J
P C5.59 Investigation of synthetic zeolites from point of view application of them in CO2 capture
M. Wdowin, The Mineral and Energy Economy Research Institute of The Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków/PL; R. Panek, W. Franus, Lublin University of Technology/PL; P. Gara, E. Wisla-Walsh, AGH-University of Science and Technology, Kraków/PL
P C5.60 Adsorptive hydrogen storage in the metal-organic frameworks ZIF 8 and HKUST-1 in a technically reasonable working range
M. Fischer, S. Glante, M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P C5.61 CO2/CH4 sorption equilibria on MOFs
A. Kolesnikov, J. Möllmer, M. Lange, A. Möller, J. Hofmann, R. Gläser, Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie e.V., Leipzig/D; R. Staudt, University of Applied Science, Offenburg/D
P C5.64 Zeolitization of fly ash for obtaining of carbon dioxide sorbents
Y. Kalvachev, B. Barbov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia/BG; D. Sgureva, TU Sofia/BG; N. Petrova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia/BG; S. Boycheva, TU Sofia/BG
P C5.65 Remarkable performance in the adsorptive desulfurization of model fuels with Ionic liquids supported metal-organic framework
M. Khan, Kyungpook National University, Daegu/ROK; S. Jhung, Kyungpook National Univeristy, Daegu/ROK
P C5.66 Highly crystalline LSX zeolite derived from biosilica and its ability for Copper adsorption
S. Tontisirin, P. Naruemitpanichkul, King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok/T
P C5.67 The role of functionality in the CO2 uptake shown by modified MOFs.
S.M. Chavan, H. Reinsch, G.C. Shearer, U. Olsbye, S. Svelle, K. P. Lillerud, University of Oslo/N; B. Civalleri, S. Bordiga, University of Turin/I
P C5.68 Manufacturing and characterisation of carbonate based zeolite monoliths
W.Y. Hong, S.P. Perera, A.D. Burrows, University of Bath/UK
P C5.69 Effect of shaping MOFs on adsorption performance by using adsorption microcalorimetry
N. Chanut, S. Bourrelly, A.D. Wiersum, P.L. Llewellyn, Aix-Marseille Université/F; C. Serre, Université de Versailles St-Quentin-en-Yvelines/F; J.S. Chang, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Daejeon/ROK
P C5.70 Investigation of sulfur and volatile hydrocarbons adsorption on natural and modified zeolite clinoptilolite
A. Samadi-Maybodi, M. Majidi, University of Mazandaran, Babolsar/IR
P C5.71 Mordant red 19 removal from aqueous solutions using modified zeolite: Adsorption kinetics and isotherm studies
A. Samadi-Maybodi, University of Mazndaran, Babolsar/IR; M. Sehati, University of Mazandarn, Babolsar/IR
P C6.01 Novel material for medical use based on Ag-zeolite/polyvinyl chloride composite
J. Milenkovic, N. Rajic, University of Belgrade/SRB; J. Hrenovic, University of Zagreb/HR; I. Goic-Barisic, University of Split/HR
P C6.03 Ultra-small silver-EMT nanoparticles: synthesis and antibacterial properties
B. Dong, Caen University/F; S. Belkhair, Manchester Metropolitan University/UK; M. Zarrour, Université de Caen/F; L. Fisher, J. Verran, L. Tosheva, Manchester Metropolitan University/UK; S. Mintova, Université de Caen/F
P C6.04 Synthesis, characterization and functionalization of MOF nanoparticles for drug delivery
A. Zimpel, T. Preiss, M. Hossann, L.H. Lindner, J. Rädler, T. Bein, S. Wuttke, Universität München/D
P C6.05 pH-Responsive carbonic anhydrase-based valves on mesoporous silica nanoparticles for controlled drug delivery applications
C. Argyo, S. Datz, V. Weiss, M. Gattner, T. Carell, C. Bräuchle, T. Bein, Universität München/D
P C6.06 Large-pore mesoporous silica nanoparticles for chromobody delivery into cells
H.-Y. Chiu, Universität München/D; H. Leonhardt, Universität München, Planegg-Martinsried/D; T. Bein, Universität München/D
P C6.07 Large-pore silica nanoparticles for SiRNA delivery
K. Möller, K. Müller, K. Grieger, E. Wagner, T. Bein, Universität München/D
Cancelled by the author

P C6.08 Hybrid alginate-based porous materials for tissue engineering applications
S. Quraishi, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D; M. Martins, A.A. Barros, University of Minho, Guimarães/P; P. Gurikov, S.P. Raman, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D; A.R.C. Duarte, R.L. Reis, University of Minho, Taipas/P; I. Smirnova, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D
P C6.09 Nanoporous platinum coatings on electrodes for biomedical applications
K.D. Kreisköther, N. Ehlert, Universität Hannover/D; A. Warnecke, D. Werner, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover/D; P. Behrens, Universität Hannover/D
P C6.10 Enhanced drug-delivery capacities of rod-shaped SBA-15 mesoporous materials
D. Carmona, J.L. Hueso, L. Uson, V. Sebastian, F. Balas, J. Santamaria, University of Zaragoza/E
P C6.11 Polyelectrolyte coated silica core-shell nanoparticles for drug delivery
N. Varga, M. Benko, L. Janovák, I. Dékány, University of Szeged/H
P C6.12 New method for preparation of delivery systems of poorly soluble drugs supported on functionalized mesoporous MCM-41
M. Popova, Institute of Organic Chemistry with Centre of Phytochemistry, Sofia/BG; A. Szegedi, Institute of Materials and Environmental Chemistry, Budapest/H; K. Yoncheva, Faculty of Pharmacy, Sofia/BG; P. Shestakova, Institute of Organic Chemistry with Centre of Phytochemistry, Sofia/BG
P C6.13 Crystallization of nanoconfined model drugs
M. Beiner, Fraunhofer IWM, Halle/D and Universität Halle-Wittenberg/D; D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D; M. Steinhart, Universität Osnabrück/D; T. Hahn, Universität Halle-Wittenberg/D; M. Rückriem, Porotec GmbH, Hofheim/Ts./D; N. Anders, Universität Leipzig/D; G. Graubner, Universität Osnabrück/D; N. Sonnenberger, Universität Halle-Wittenberg/D
P C6.14 Ultra-small mesoporous silica nanoparticle as an efficient carrier for pH responsive releases of anti-cancer drugs
H. Zheng, C.-W. Tai, J. Su, X. Zou, F. Gao, Stockholm University/S
P C7.01 Lignin pyrolysis in the presence of oxide particles embedded onto natural clinoptilolite and ZSM-5
J. Milovanovic, N. Rajic, University of Belgrade/SRB; R.E. Stensrød, E.M. Myhrvold, R. Tschentscher, M. Stöcker, SINTEF, Oslo/N
P C7.02 Preparation of (Fe, Al)-MFI zeolite nanoparticles for DTO reaction
H. Kobayashi, M. Nakaya, K. Kanie, A. Muramatsu, Tohoku University, Sendai/J
P C7.03 Catalytic isomerization of glucose into fructose over Mg-Al hydrotalcite
I. Delidovich, R. Palkovits, RWTH Aachen/D
P C7.04 Ferrierite as an effective catalyst for skeletal isomerisation of oleic acid - pore mouth catalysis and related deactivation mechanisms
S.C.C. Wiedemann, J.A. Stewart, F. Soulimani, Utrecht University/NL; T. van Bergen-Brenkman, S. Langelaar, B. Wels, Croda Nederland BV, Gouda/NL; P. de Peinder, VibSpec, Tiel/NL; P.C.A. Bruijnincx, B.M. Weckhuysen, Utrecht University/NL
P C7.05 Durability improvement of ETH-catalyst H-ZSM-5 by combining experimental and computational methods
D. Däumer, M. Seifert, W. Reschetilowski, TU Dresden/D
P C7.06 Modified mesoporous celullar foams (MCF) for the catalytic acetalization of glycerol with acetone
V. Calvino-Casilda, CSIC, Madrid/E; K. Stawicka, M. Trejda, M. Ziolek, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan/PL; M.A. Bañares, CSIC, Madrid/E
P C7.07 Synthesis of campholenic aldehyde and trans-carveol from α-pinene oxide over Fe and H modified beta zeolite and MCM-41 mesoporous material
M. Stekorova, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague/CZ; N. Kumar, P. Mäki-Arvela, Åbo Akademi University, Turku/FIN; J. Roine, Turku University/FIN; A. Aho, Åbo Akademi University, Turku/FIN; J. Dahl, Turku University/FIN; D. Murzin, Åbo Akademi University, Turku/FIN
P C7.08 Selective ethanol conversion into butadiene over Zr containing molecular sieves doped with silver
V. Sushkevich, I. Ivanova, Lomonosov Moscow State University/RUS; E. Taarning, Haldor Topsoe A/S, Lyngby/DK
P C7.09 Metal nitrides and perovskites as heterogeneous catalysts in base-catalysed reactions
H. Kleineberg, RWTH Aachen/D; M. Eisenacher, H. Lange, H. Strutz, OXEA GmbH, Oberhausen/D; R. Palkovits, RWTH Aachen/D
P C7.10 Zeolite hierarchization: efficient tool to prevent deactivation by coking
F. Ngoye, L. Pinard, S. Laforge, Y. Pouilloux, Poitiers University/F; V. Valtchev, L. Al Lakiss, A. Qin, K. Thomas, A. Vicente, J.P. Gislon, C. Fermandez, Université de Caen/F
P C7.11 ZSM-5 zeolites as catalysts for acetalization of glycerol with acetone
J. Kowalska-Kus, A. Held, K. Nowinska, S. Kowalak, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan/PL
P C7.12 Zeolite ZSM-5 in the catalytic upgrading of oxygen-rich oils
P. Lovás, P. Hudec, A. Ház, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava/SK
P C7.13 Alkaline-assisted preparation of hierarchical tin-containing zeolites for the continuous production of bio-based chemicals
P.Y. Dapsens, B.T. Kusema, J. Jagielski, C. Mondelli, J. Pérez-Ramírez, ETH Zurich/CH
P C7.14 Generation of novel basic centers in high-silica zeolites and their application in bio-oil upgrading
T.C. Keller, E.G. Rodrigues, J. Pérez-Ramírez, ETH Zurich/CH
P C7.15 Dehydration of 1,4-pentanediol over alumina-modified sheet silicates
M.R. Mihályi, Gy. Novodárszki, J. Valyon, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest/H
P C7.16 A green route to biobased epoxides: enhanced catalytic activity of hierarchically structured TS-1 in the conversion of biodiesel with H2O2
N. Wilde, M. Pelz, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
P C7.17 Utilization of glycerol obtained from the biodiesel industry for fuel additives production
M. Popova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia/BG; A. Ristic, National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubliana/SLO; P. Shestakova, M. Dimitrov, Institute of Organic Chemistry with Centre of Phytochemistry, Sofia/BG; N. Novak Tusar, University of Nova Gorica/SLO
P C7.18 The catalytic conversion of HMF as a function of the zeolite framework
P. Lanzafame, S. Perathoner, G. Centi, University of Messina/I; A. Macario, A. Aloise, G. Giordano, University of Calabria, Rende (CS)/I
P C7.19 Mesoporous-modified zeolite Y as efficient catalyst for hydrogen production from steam reforming of bioethanol
J.F. Da Costa-Serra, M.T Navarro, F. Rey, A. Chica, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P C7.20 Sn in partially dealuminated ß zeolites as a bifunctional catalyst for biomass conversions
J. Dijkmans, M. Dusselier, K. Houthoofd, P. Magusin, E. Breynaert, M. Trekels, A. Vantomme, B. Sels, KU Leuven, Heverlee/B
P C7.21 Epoxidation of unsaturated fatty acid ester over partial crystalline TS-1
W.T. Chen, P.Y. Chao, S.C. Cheng, T.C. Tsai, University of Kaohsiung/RC
P C7.22 Production of light hydrocarbons by the cracking of soybean soapstock using nanocrystalline ZSM-5 zeolite
A.O.F. Filho, P.A.Z. Suarez, University of Brasília/BR; P.M. Lima, Federal University of São Carlos/BR
P C7.23 Inhibition of palm oil oxidation in the presence of zeolite nanoparticles
K.-H. Tan, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang/MAL; H. Awala, Université de Caen/F; R.R. Mukti, Institut Teknologi Bandung/RI; K.-L. Wong, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore/SGP; S. Mintova, Université de Caen/F; E.-P. Ng, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang/MAL
P C7.25 Peculiar behavior of MWW zeolites in aldol condensation of furfural and acetone
O.V. Kikhtyanin, D. Kubicka, Research Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Litvínov/CZ; P. Eliánová, Academy of Science, Prague/CZ
P C7.26 Enhanced Distillate-range products in Bio-ethanol dehydration process : Effect of SbxOy promoter doped on zeolites with different pore sizes
J. Kittikarnchanaporn, Center of Excellence on Petrochemical and Materials Technology (PETROMAT), Bangkok/T; S. Jitkarnka, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok/T
P C7.27 Delaminated ITQ-2 zeolite as catalyst for the synthesis of diesel fuel precursors
K.S. Arias, M.J. Climent, A. Corma, S. Iborra, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P C7.28 Effect of zeolite type in the catalytic fast pyrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass and its structural components
P. Lazaridis, K. Triantafyllidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki/GR
P C7.29 One pot synthesis of mesoporous WO3/ZrO2 as a potential catalyst for levulinic acid esterification.
R. Palkovits, W. Ciptonugroho, RWTH Aachen/D
P C7.30 Aqueous-phase processing of wet waste biomass: a comparative study on the stability of supported mono- and bimetallic catalysts
M. Al-Naji, A. Roibu, C. Zhihao, N. Wilde, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
P C7.31 The cooperative effect of Fe and H+ sites in MFI-type zeolites for the decomposition of N2O
S. López-Orozco, S. Gopalakrishnan, A. Shahid, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; A. Brückner, Leibniz Institute for Catalysis, Rostock/D; S.A. Al-Thabiti, M. Mokhtar, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah/SAR; W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P C8.01 Analysis of ZEOLITE as a prospective candidate for emission control system
K. Sivakumar, A. Santhanam, M. Natarajan, Coimbatore Institute of Technology/IND; D. Velauthapillai, University College of Bergen/N
Cancelled by the author

P C8.02 Increasing specific surface areas of crystalline deN2O catalysts via hard templating
T. Franken, R. Palkovits, RWTH Aachen/D
P C8.03 Zeolite Y modified with palladium as effective catalyst for selective catalytic oxidation of ammonia to nitrogen
K. Góra-Marek, K. Tarach, L. Chmielarz, M. Jablonska, Jagiellonian University Kraków/PL; E. Kukulska-Zajac, A. Król, Oil and Gas Institute, Kraków/PL
P C8.04 The influence of Ce, Zr, Au, Cu modifiers of SBA-15 on acidic and redox properties in methanol oxidation
P. Kaminski, M. Ziolek, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan/PL
P C8.05 Improving oxidation activity of noble-metal free 3-way catalysts
A. Schön, J.-P. Dacquin, C. Dujardin, P. Granger, Université de Lille 1, Villeneuve d'Ascq/F
P C8.06 Bimetallic AgCu-SBA-15 system - the effect of metal loading and preparation method on the surface and catalytic properties
J. Czaplinska, I. Sobczak, M. Ziolek, Adam Mickiewcz University in Poznan/PL
P C8.07 The influence of 2% Pd/ZrO2 catalyst texture on multi-phase hydrodechlorination of 1,3,5-trichlorobenzene and hexachlorobenzene
E. Lokteva, E. Golubina, I. Kutovaya, M. Tolpushova, K. Maslakov, Lomonosov Moscow State University/RUS
P C8.08 Effect of zirconium addition to Cu/HZSM-5 catalysts on gas-phase oxidation of benzene
S. Watanabe, A. Okemoto, K. Taniya, Y. Ichihashi, S. Nishiyama, Kobe University/J
P C8.09 Influence of hydrocarbons on NH3-SCR performance of Cu-zeolites
P.N.R. Vennestrøm, T.V.W. Janssens, A. Kustov, Haldor Topsøe A/S, Kgs. Lyngby/DK; A. Corma, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P C8.10 Tunable macroporous-mesoporous platinum based catalysts for nitrate/nitrite removal from water
A. Zaki, Lille Nord de France University, Villeneuve d'Ascq/F; S. Casale, Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris/F; P. Granger, J-P. Dacquin, Lille Nord de France University, Villeneuve d'Ascq/F
P C8.11 Photocatalytic degradation of the drug diclofenac and of dichlorphenol with mesoporous TiO2 thin films
M. Wark, Universität Oldenburg/D; G. Dodekatos, A. Meyer, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
P C8.12 Functionalisation of zeolite SSZ-13 as NH3-SCR catalyst
A. Shishkin, H. Kannisto, P.-A. Carlsson, H. Härelind, M. Skoglundh, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg/S
P C8.13 Influence of ammonia Co-adsorption on spin and electron transfer for Co(II) sites in zeolites: IR studies on NO activation and DFT modeling
A. Stepniewski, Institute of Catalysis PAS, Krakow/PL; K. Góra-Marek, M. Radon, Jagiellonian University, Krakow/PL; E. Broclawik, Institute of Catalysis PAS, Krakow/PL
P C8.14 Fe zeolites for NOx abatement - new insights into active sites and reaction mechanisms
I. Ellmers, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; R. Pèrez Vèlez, LIKat e.V. an der Universität Rostock/D; H. Huang, TU Kaiserslautern/D; U. Bentrup, LIKat e.V. an der Universität Rostock/D; V. Schünemann, TU Kaiserslautern/D; A. Brückner, LIKat e.V. an der Universität Rostock/D; W. Grünert, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
P C8.15 Remarkable effect of preparation procedure on the selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3 on CoSiBEA zeolites
R. Baran, T. Grzybek, AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow/PL; J.-M. Krafft, S. Dzwigaj, Sorbonne Universités, Paris/F
P C8.16 Iron-catalysts for abatement of nitrous oxide under demanding conditions
G. Sadovska, P. Sazama, Z. Sobalik, J. Dedecek, Academy of Science of the Czech Republic, Prague/CZ; J. Janoscova, University of Pardubice/CZ; J. Rathousky, A. Vondrova, Academy of Science of the Czech Republic, Prague/CZ
P C8.17 TiO2-SiO2 coated surface for the photocatalytic degradation of carbon monoxide
R. Klondon, S. Junpirom, Suranaree University of Technology, Nakhon Ratchasima/T
P C8.18 Reactivity of ammonia with Cu-zeolites active for selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides
M. Moreno-González, B. Hueso, M. Boronat, T. Blasco, A. Corma, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia/E
P C8.19 In situ encapsulation of platinum nanoparticles into different mesoporous supports and evaluation as efficient catalysts for VOCs abatement
L. Uson, J.L. Hueso, V. Sebastian, R. Arenal, M. Arruebo, S. Irusta, J. Santamaria, University of Zaragoza/E
P C8.20 Unique copper-iron relation on the mesoporous silica support generates highly efficient catalyst for VOC decomposition
M. Rangus, M. Mazaj, National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana/SLO; M. Popova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia/BG; A. Ristic, N. Novak Tusar, National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana/SLO
P C8.21 Layered double hydroxides of the hydrotalcite type in the hydrodechlorination of trichloroethylene
J. Török, J. Halász, Sz. Mészáros, Z. Kónya, P. Sipos, I. Pálinkó, University of Szeged/H
P C8.22 Selective catalytic reduction with NH3 at 373 K and oxidation of NH3 at 523 K in H2-SCR of NO in excess O2 on Pt/Nb-MCM-41
M. Tanaka, Chuo University, Tokyo/J; M. Komatsubara, A. Koga, R. Hagiwara, M. Iwamoto, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama/J
P C8.23 Cu-containing ZSM-5 zeolites: synthesis, electronic properties and DeNOx reactivity
S. Yashnik, Z. Ismagilov, Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk/RUS
P C8.24 Mechanistic insights into NH3-SCR over Fe-zeolites using operando X-ray absorption and emission spectroscopy
D.E. Doronkin, T. Günter, M. Casapu, J.-D. Grunwaldt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/D
P C8.25 Low temperature catalytic NO oxidation over microporous materials
J.A. Loiland, R.F. Lobo, University of Delaware, Newark, DE/USA
P C8.26 Activity and characterisation of solid-state ion exchanged Cu-SSZ-13 for NH3-SCR
A. Clemens, A. Shishkin, P.A. Carlsson, M. Skoglundh, H. Härelind, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg/S
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