Thomas Turek
Thomas Turek
Professor of Chemical Process Engineering, Clausthal University of Technology
Verified email at icvt.tu-clausthal.de
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Monoliths as multiphase reactors: a review
S Roy, T Bauer, M Al‐Dahhan, P Lehner, T Turek
AIChE journal 50 (11), 2918-2938, 2004
2382004
Heterogeneous catalysis and solid catalysts
O Deutschmann, H Knözinger, K Kochloefl, T Turek
Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, 2000
2292000
The catalytic hydrogenolysis of esters to alcohols
T Turek, DL Trimm, NW Cant
Catalysis Reviews—Science and Engineering 36 (4), 645-683, 1994
2061994
Reactors for Fischer‐Tropsch Synthesis
R Guettel, U Kunz, T Turek
Chemical Engineering & Technology: Industrial Chemistry‐Plant Equipment …, 2008
1962008
Chlor-alkali electrolysis with oxygen depolarized cathodes: history, present status and future prospects
I Moussallem, J Jörissen, U Kunz, S Pinnow, T Turek
Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 38 (9), 1177-1194, 2008
1932008
Simultaneous catalytic removal of NO and N2O using Fe–MFI
M Kögel, R Mönnig, W Schwieger, A Tissler, T Turek
Journal of Catalysis 182 (2), 470-478, 1999
1791999
Comparison of different reactor types for low temperature Fischer–Tropsch synthesis: a simulation study
R Guettel, T Turek
Chemical Engineering Science 64 (5), 955-964, 2009
1702009
Preparation of a highly active Fe-ZSM-5 catalyst through solid-state ion exchange for the catalytic decomposition of N2O
M Rauscher, K Kesore, R Mönnig, W Schwieger, A Tissler, T Turek
Applied Catalysis A: General 184 (2), 249-256, 1999
1301999
Monolithic polymer/carrier materials: Versatile composites for fine chemical synthesis
U Kunz, A Kirschning, HL Wen, W Solodenko, R Cecilia, CO Kappe, ...
Catalysis today 105 (3-4), 318-324, 2005
942005
Simultaneous catalytic reduction of NO and N2O using Fe-MFI prepared by solid-state ion exchange
M Kögel, VH Sandoval, W Schwieger, A Tissler, T Turek
Catalysis letters 51 (1-2), 23-25, 1998
871998
Kinetic analysis of selective catalytic NOx reduction (SCR) in a catalytic filter
G Schaub, D Unruh, J Wang, T Turek
Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification 42 (5), 365-371, 2003
842003
Fischer–Tropsch synthesis in milli-structured fixed-bed reactors: Experimental study and scale-up considerations
J Knochen, R Güttel, C Knobloch, T Turek
Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification 49 (9), 958-964, 2010
822010
Materials, system designs and modelling approaches in techno-economic assessment of all-vanadium redox flow batteries–A review
C Minke, T Turek
Journal of Power Sources 376, 66-81, 2018
792018
Zinc-air batteries: Prospects and challenges for future improvement
K Harting, U Kunz, T Turek
Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie 226 (2), 151-166, 2012
772012
The effect of NOx on the catalytic decomposition of nitrous oxide over Fe-MFI zeolites
M Kögel, BM Abu-Zied, M Schwefer, T Turek
Catalysis Communications 2 (9), 273-276, 2001
672001
Gas-phase hydrogenolysis of dimethyl maleate to 1, 4-butanediol and γ-butyrolactone over copper/zinc oxide catalysts
JH Schlander, T Turek
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 38 (4), 1264-1270, 1999
651999
Possibilities of process intensification using microwaves applied to catalytic microreactors
R Cecilia, U Kunz, T Turek
Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification 46 (9), 870-881, 2007
612007
Microwave assisted synthesis of surfactant stabilized platinum/carbon nanotube electrocatalysts for direct methanol fuel cell applications
M Sakthivel, A Schlange, U Kunz, T Turek
Journal of Power Sources 195 (20), 7083-7089, 2010
592010
Intrinsic kinetics of nitric oxide reduction by ammonia on a vanadia-titania catalyst
HG Lintz, T Turek
Applied Catalysis A: General 85 (1), 13-25, 1992
541992
Assessment of micro-structured fixed-bed reactors for highly exothermic gas-phase reactions
R Guettel, T Turek
Chemical Engineering Science 65 (5), 1644-1654, 2010
532010
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