Argitalpenak (259) ANDRES TOMAS AGUAYO URQUIJO argitalpenak

2022

  1. A review on the valorization of CO2. Focusing on the thermodynamics and catalyst design studies of the direct synthesis of dimethyl ether

    Fuel Processing Technology, Vol. 233

  2. A techno-economic and life cycle assessment for the production of green methanol from CO2: catalyst and process bottlenecks

    Journal of Energy Chemistry, Vol. 68, pp. 255-266

  3. Activation of n-pentane while prolonging HZSM-5 catalyst lifetime during its combined reaction with methanol or dimethyl ether

    Catalysis Today, Vol. 383, pp. 320-329

  4. Alternative acid catalysts for the stable and selective direct conversion of CO2/CO mixtures into light olefins

    Fuel Processing Technology, Vol. 238

  5. Binderless ZrO2/HZSM-5 fibrillar composites by electrospinning as catalysts for the dimethyl ether-to-olefins process

    Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, Vol. 342

  6. Conditions for the Joint Conversion of CO2and Syngas in the Direct Synthesis of Light Olefins Using In2O3-ZrO2/SAPO-34 Catalyst

    Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, Vol. 61, Núm. 29, pp. 10365-10376

  7. Evaluating catalytic (gas–solid) spectroscopic cells as intrinsic kinetic reactors: Methanol-to-hydrocarbon reaction as a case study

    Chemical Engineering Journal, Vol. 450

  8. Kinetic modeling and reactor design of the direct synthesis of dimethyl ether for CO2 valorization. A review

    Fuel, Vol. 327

  9. Role of Zr loading into In2O3 catalysts for the direct conversion of CO2/CO mixtures into light olefins

    Journal of Environmental Management, Vol. 316

  10. Spectro-kinetics of the methanol to hydrocarbons reaction combining online product analysis with UV–vis and FTIR spectroscopies throughout the space time evolution

    Journal of Catalysis, Vol. 408, pp. 115-127

  11. Streamlining the estimation of kinetic parameters using periodic reaction conditions: The methanol-to-hydrocarbon reaction as a case study

    Chemical Engineering Journal, Vol. 435