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    1. Lin, LW; Kou, Y; Zou, M; Yan, Z
      An amorphous approach to the structure of a Pt-Fe/gamma-Al2O3 catalyst characterized by XAFS

      PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS
    2. Breheret, A; Lambeaux, C; Menage, S; Fontecave, M; Dallemer, F; Fache, E; Pierre, JL; Chautemps, P; Averbusch-Pouchot, MT
      Activation of cyclohexylhydroperoxide by diiron complexes: a new route forselective peroxide decomposition

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE II FASCICULE C-CHIMIE
    3. Antony, R; Tembe, GL; Ravindanathan, M; Ram, RN
      Synthesis and catalytic activity of Fe(III) anchored to a polystyrene-Schiff base support

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR CATALYSIS A-CHEMICAL
    4. Pal, B; Hata, T; Goto, K; Nogami, G
      Photocatalytic degradation of o-cresol sensitized by iron-titania binary photocatalysts

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR CATALYSIS A-CHEMICAL
    5. Roy, SC; Prasad, HL; Dutta, P; Bhattacharya, A; Singh, B; Kumar, S; Maharaj, S; Kaushik, VK; Pillai, SM; Ravindranathan, M
      Conversion of syn-gas to lower alkenes over Fe-TiO2-ZnO-K2O catalyst system

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    6. Li, SZ; O'Brien, RJ; Meitzner, GD; Hamdeh, H; Davis, BH; Iglesia, E
      Structural analysis of unpromoted Fe-based Fischer-Tropsch catalysts usingX-ray absorption spectroscopy

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    7. Ji, YY; Xiang, HW; Yang, JL; Xu, YY; Li, YW; Zhong, B
      Effect of reaction conditions on the product distribution during Fischer-Tropsch synthesis over an industrial Fe-Mn catalyst

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    8. Hwang, JS; Jun, KW; Lee, KW
      Deactivation and regeneration of Fe-K/alumina catalyst in CO2 hydrogenation

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    9. Ordonez, S; Sastre, H; Diez, FV
      Hydrodechlorination of tetrachloroethylene over modified red mud: deactivation studies and kinetics

      APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL
    10. Ordonez, S; Sastre, H; Diez, FV
      Characterisation and deactivation studies of sulfided red mud used as catalyst for the hydrodechlorination of tetrachloroethylene

      APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL
    11. Kanner, J; Lapidot, T
      The stomach as a bioreactor: Dietary lipid peroxidation in the gastric fluid and the effects of plant-derived antioxidants

      FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    12. Riedel, T; Schaub, G; Jun, KW; Lee, KW
      Kinetics of CO2 hydrogenation on a K-promoted Fe catalyst

      INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH
    13. Sudsakorn, K; Goodwin, JG; Jothimurugesan, K; Adeyiga, AA
      Preparation of attrition-resistant spray-dried Fe Fischer-Tropsch catalysts using precipitated SiO2

      INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH
    14. Kodama, T; Funatoh, A; Shimizu, K; Kitayama, Y
      Kinetics of metal oxide-catalyzed CO2 gasification of coal in a fluidized-bed reactor for solar thermochemical process

      ENERGY & FUELS
    15. Chao, KJ; Wei, AC
      Characterization of heterogeneous catalysts by X-ray absorption spectroscopy

      JOURNAL OF ELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY AND RELATED PHENOMENA
    16. Ordonez, S; Sastre, H; Diez, FV
      Catalytic hydrodechlorination of tetrachloroethylene over red mud

      JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
    17. Stievano, L; Calogero, S; Psaro, R; Wagner, FE
      Advances in the application of Mossbauer spectroscopy with less-common isotopes for the characterisation of bimetallic supported nanoparticles: 193IrMossbauer spectroscopy

      COMMENTS ON INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    18. Suo, ZH; Kou, Y; Wang, HL
      Influence of reduction conditions on structure of Fe/TiO2 catalyst for hydrogenation of carbon dioxide

      CHINESE JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS
    19. Ermakova, MA; Ermakov, DY; Chuvilin, AL; Kuvshinov, GG
      Decomposition of methane over iron catalysts at the range of moderate temperatures: The influence of structure of the catalytic systems and the reaction conditions on the yield of carbon and morphology of carbon filaments

      JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS
    20. Walker, CC; McDonough, TJ; Dinus, RJ; Eriksson, KEL
      Selectivity and efficiency of biomimetic catalysts in a model system for pulp bleaching

      HOLZFORSCHUNG
    21. Nowicki, L; Ledakowicz, S; Bukur, DB
      Hydrocarbon selectivity model for the slurry phase Fischer-Tropsch synthesis on precipitated iron catalysts

      CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE
    22. Wuhn, M; Joseph, Y; Bagus, PS; Niklewski, A; Puttner, R; Reiss, S; Weiss, W; Martins, M; Kaindl, G; Woll, C
      The electronic structure and orientation of styrene adsorbed on FeO(111) and Fe3O4(111) - A spectroscopic investigation

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    23. Holme, B; Tafto, J
      Mechanism of transformation from Fe(3-x)A1(x)O(4) to porous Fe by exposureto H-2 gas

      PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE A-PHYSICS OF CONDENSED MATTER STRUCTURE DEFECTS ANDMECHANICAL PROPERTIES
    24. Xiong, YL; Cadus, LE; Daza, L; Bertrand, P; Ladriere, J; Ruiz, P; Delmon, B
      Solid-state reactivity of iron molybdate artificially contaminated by antimony ions and its relation with catalytic activity in the selective oxidation of isobutene to methacrolein

      TOPICS IN CATALYSIS
    25. Brown, ASC; Hargreaves, JSJ; Rijniersce, B
      The effects of sulfation on the activity of Fe2O3 catalysts for methane oxidation

      TOPICS IN CATALYSIS
    26. Baker, ASJ; Brown, ASC; Edwards, MA; Hargreaves, JSJ; Kiely, CJ; Meagher, A; Pankhurst, QA
      A structural study of haematite samples prepared from sulfated goethite precursors: the generation of axial mesoporous voids

      JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY
    27. Jiang, M; Koizumi, N; Yamada, M
      Characterization of potassium-promoted iron-manganese catalysts by insitu diffuse reflectance FTIR using NO, CO and CO+H-2 as probes

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    28. Yan, SR; Jun, KW; Hong, JS; Choi, MJ; Lee, KW
      Promotion effect of Fe-Cu catalyst for the hydrogenation of CO2 and application to slurry reactor

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    29. Ivanov, K; Mitov, I; Krustev, S
      Selective oxidation of methanol on Fe-Mo-W catalysts

      JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS
    30. Jothimurugesan, K; Goodwin, JG; Gangwal, SK; Spivey, JJ
      Development of Fe Fischer-Tropsch catalysts for slurry bubble column reactors

      CATALYSIS TODAY
    31. Murakami, K; Arai, M; Shirai, M
      Hydrogasification of Loy Yang brown coal by ion-exchanged nickel species

      ENERGY & FUELS
    32. Nam, SS; Kishan, G; Lee, MW; Choi, MJ; Lee, KW
      Effect of lanthanum loading in Fe-K/La-Al2O3 catalysts for CO2 hydrogenation to hydrocarbons

      APPLIED ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY
    33. Guthrie, RD
      Thermolysis of organic compounds under H-2 (D-2)

      JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL AND APPLIED PYROLYSIS
    34. Stanczyk, K
      Tendencies and perspectives of studies on carbon chemistry.

      PRZEMYSL CHEMICZNY
    35. Duma, V; Honicke, D
      Gas phase epoxidation of propene by nitrous oxide over silica-supported iron oxide catalysts

      JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS
    36. Kaneko, T; Tazawa, K; Okuyama, N; Tamura, M; Shimasaki, K
      Effect of highly dispersed iron catalyst on direct liquefaction of coal

      FUEL
    37. Costas, M; Chen, K; Que, L
      Biomimetic nonheme iron catalysts for alkane hydroxylation

      COORDINATION CHEMISTRY REVIEWS
    38. Niemantsverdriet, JW; Delgass, WN
      In situ Mossbauer spectroscopy in catalysis

      TOPICS IN CATALYSIS
    39. Cubeiro, ML; Morales, H; Goldwasser, MR; Perez-Zurita, MJ; Gonzalez-Jimenez, F; de Caribay, U
      Hydrogenation of carbon oxides over Fe/Al2O3 catalysts

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    40. Schulz, H; Claeys, M
      Kinetic modelling of Fischer-Tropsch product distributions

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    41. Riedel, T; Claeys, M; Schulz, H; Schaub, G; Nam, SS; Jun, KW; Choi, MJ; Kishan, G; Lee, KW
      Comparative study of Fischer-Tropsch synthesis with H-2/CO and H-2/CO2 syngas using Fe- and Co-based catalysts

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    42. Guczi, L; Kiricsi, I
      Zeolite supported mono- and bimetallic systems: structure and performance as CO hydrogenation catalysts

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    43. Waugh, KC
      Prediction of global reaction kinetics by solution of the Arrhenius parameterised component elementary reactions: microkinetic analysis

      CATALYSIS TODAY
    44. Kou, YA; Wang, HL; Zhang, H; Yang, XY
      Amorphous features of working catalysts

      CATALYSIS TODAY
    45. Lin, LW; Liang, DB; Wang, QX; Cai, GY
      Research and development of catalytic processes for petroleum and natural gas conversions in the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics

      CATALYSIS TODAY
    46. Yoneyama, Y; Song, CS
      A new method for preparing highly active unsupported Mo sulfide. Catalyticactivity for hydrogenolysis of 4-(1-naphthylmethyl)bibenzyl

      CATALYSIS TODAY
    47. Yamauchi, A; Aoki, H; Zhuang', QL; Ohtsuka, Y
      CO2 gasification of petroleum coke with metal hydroxide catalysts

      SEKIYU GAKKAISHI-JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE
    48. Yan, SR; Jun, KW; Hong, JS; Lee, SB; Choi, MJ; Lee, KW
      Slurry-phase CO2 hydrogenation to hydrocarbons over a precipitated Fe-Cu-Al/K catalyst: Investigation of reaction conditions

      KOREAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    49. Neri, G; Visco, AM; Galvagno, S; Donato, A; Panzalorto, M
      Au iron oxide catalysts: temperature programmed reduction and X-ray diffraction characterization

      THERMOCHIMICA ACTA
    50. Joseph, Y; Kuhrs, C; Ranke, W; Weiss, W
      Adsorption of water on Fe3O4(111) studied by photoelectron and thermal desorption spectroscopy

      SURFACE SCIENCE
    51. Walker, CC; Dinus, RJ; McDonough, TJ; Eriksson, KEL
      Use of an improved chemiluminescence assay for non-intrusive measurement of hydroxyl radicals in a biomimetic pulp bleaching model system

      HOLZFORSCHUNG
    52. XU Q; HE DH; FUJIWARA M; TANAKA M; SOUMA Y; YAMANAKA H
      HYDROGENATION OF CARBON-DIOXIDE OVER FE-CU-NA ZEOLITE COMPOSITE CATALYSTS - NA MIGRATION VIA SOLID-SOLID REACTION AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE CATALYTIC ACTIVITY/

      Journal of molecular catalysis. A, Chemical
    53. SCHUCHARDT U; PEREIRA R; RUFO M
      IRON(III) AND COPPER(II) CATALYZED CYCLOHEXANE OXIDATION BY MOLECULAR-OXYGEN IN THE PRESENCE OF TERT-BUTYL HYDROPEROXIDE

      Journal of molecular catalysis. A, Chemical
    54. Kishan, G; Lee, MW; Nam, SS; Choi, MJ; Lee, KW
      The catalytic conversion of CO2 to hydrocarbons over Fe-K supported on Al2O3-MgO mixed oxides

      CATALYSIS LETTERS
    55. FIGUEIREDO RT; GRANADOS ML; FIERRO JLG; VIGAS L; DELAPISCINA PR; HOMS N
      PREPARATION OF ALUMINA-SUPPORTED CUCO CATALYSTS FROM CYANIDE COMPLEXES AND THEIR PERFORMANCE IN CO HYDROGENATION

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    56. ANDO H; XU Q; FUJIWARA M; MATSUMURA Y; TANAKA M; SOUMA Y
      HYDROCARBON SYNTHESIS FROM CO2 OVER FE-CU CATALYSTS

      Catalysis today
    57. PARK YK; PARK KC; IHM SK
      HYDROCARBON SYNTHESIS THROUGH CO2 HYDROGENATION OVER CUZNOZRO2 ZEOLITE HYBRID CATALYSTS/

      Catalysis today
    58. VANDERKRAAN AM
      FISCHER-TROPSCH, HYDROTREATING AND SUPERCLAUS CATALYSTS

      Hyperfine interactions
    59. MILLET JMM
      FEPO CATALYSTS FOR THE SELECTIVE OXIDATIVE DEHYDROGENATION OF ISOBUTYRIC ACID INTO METHACRYLIC-ACID

      Catalysis reviews. Science and engineering
    60. Chernavskii, PA; Pankina, GV; Lunin, VV
      Temperature-programmed reduction of Fe2O3/Al2O3 and Pt/Fe2O3/Al2O3 catalysts

      ZHURNAL FIZICHESKOI KHIMII
    61. RANKE W; WEISS W
      PHOTOEMISSION OF ETHYLBENZENE ADSORBED ON PT(111) AND ON EPITAXIAL-FILMS OF FEO(111) AND FE3O4(111) - ELECTRONIC-STRUCTURE AND ISOSTERIC HEATS OF ADSORPTION

      Surface science
    62. ZSCHERPEL D; RANKE W; WEISS W; SCHLOGL R
      ENERGETICS AND KINETICS OF ETHYLBENZENE ADSORPTION ON EPITAXIAL FEO(111) AND FE3O4(111) FILMS STUDIED BY THERMAL-DESORPTION AND PHOTOELECTRON-SPECTROSCOPY

      The Journal of chemical physics
    63. SUZUKI T; IWASAKI J; TANKA K; OKAZAKI N; FUNAKI M; YAMADA T
      INFLUENCE OF CALCIUM ON THE CATALYTIC BEHAVIOR OF NICKEL IN LOW-TEMPERATURE HYDROGASIFICATION OF WOOD CHAR

      Fuel
    64. RODRIGUEZREINOSO F
      THE ROLE OF CARBON MATERIALS IN HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS

      Carbon
    65. MAKSIMOV YV; TSODIKOV MV; PEREDERII MA; SUZDALEV IP; NEKHAEV AI; POPOV VT; BUKHTENKO OV
      STUDY OF IRON-CONTAINING CARBON-SUPPORTED CATALYSTS FOR OXIDATIVE DECOMPOSITION OF HYDROGEN-SULFIDE - THE ACTIVITY-STRUCTURE RELATIONSHIP

      Russian chemical bulletin
    66. FASTRUP B
      ON THE INTERACTION OF N-2 AND H-2 WITH RU CATALYST SURFACES

      Catalysis letters
    67. RANJIT KT; VISWANATHAN B
      SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND PHOTOCATALYTIC PROPERTIES OF IRON-DOPED TIO2 CATALYSTS

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology. A, Chemistry
    68. PEREZ G; DESTEFANIS A; TOMLINSON AAG
      PILLARED LAYERED STRUCTURES VS ZEOLITES AS SORBENTS AND CATALYSTS .3.COMPARISON BETWEEN SOME ALUMINA-PILCS IN ETHYLBENZENE CONVERSIONS TO DIETHYLBENZENE AND TO STYRENE

      Journal of materials chemistry
    69. SAKATA Y; UDDIN MA; MUTO A; IMAOKA M
      CARBON-SUPPORTED WELL-DISPERSED CU-ZNO CATALYSTS PREPARED FROM SAWDUST IMPREGNATED WITH [CU(NO3)(2), ZN(NO3)(2)] SOLUTION - CATALYTIC ACTIVITY IN CO2 HYDROGENATION TO METHANOL

      Microporous materials
    70. GORMLEY RJ; ZAROCHAK MF; DEFFENBAUGH PW; RAO KRPM
      EFFECT OF INITIAL WAX MEDIUM ON THE FISCHER-TROPSCH SLURRY REACTION

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    71. LI KT; YEN CS; SHYU NS
      MIXED-METAL OXIDE CATALYSTS CONTAINING IRON FOR SELECTIVE OXIDATION OF HYDROGEN-SULFIDE TO SULFUR

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    72. OHTSUKA Y; ASAMI K
      HIGHLY-ACTIVE CATALYSTS FROM INEXPENSIVE RAW-MATERIALS FOR COAL-GASIFICATION

      Catalysis today
    73. BUKUR DB; LANG XS; AKGERMAN A; FENG ZT
      EFFECT OF PROCESS CONDITIONS ON OLEFIN SELECTIVITY DURING CONVENTIONAL AND SUPERCRITICAL FISCHER-TROPSCH SYNTHESIS

      Industrial & engineering chemistry research
    74. TANG Y; CURTIS CW
      EFFECT OF WASTE TIRES AND WASTE TIRE COMPONENTS ON HYDROCRACKING AND HETEROATOM REMOVAL REACTIONS USING MODEL SYSTEMS

      Energy & fuels
    75. NAM SS; LEE SJ; KIM H; JUN KW; CHOI MJ
      CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF CARBON-DIOXIDE INTO HYDROCARBONS OVER ZINC PROMOTED IRON CATALYSTS

      Energy conversion and management
    76. VANGRUIJTHUIJSEN LMP; HOWSMON GJ; DELGASS WN; KONINGSBERGER DC; VANSANTEN RA; NIEMANTSVERDRIET JW
      STRUCTURE AND REACTIVITY OF BIMETALLIC FEIR SIO2 CATALYSTS AFTER REDUCTION AND DURING HIGH-PRESSURE CO HYDROGENATION/

      Journal of catalysis
    77. HINRICHSEN O; ROSOWSKI F; HORNUNG A; MUHLER M; ERTL G
      THE KINETICS OF AMMONIA-SYNTHESIS OVER RU-BASED CATALYSTS .1. THE DISSOCIATIVE CHEMISORPTION AND ASSOCIATIVE DESORPTION OF N-2

      Journal of catalysis
    78. RAJE A; INGA JR; DAVIS BH
      FISCHER-TROPSCH SYNTHESIS - PROCESS CONSIDERATIONS BASED ON PERFORMANCE OF IRON-BASED CATALYSTS

      Fuel
    79. MATSUHASHI H; NAKAMURA H; ARATA K; YOSHIDA R; MAEKAWA Y
      CATALYTIC ACTIVITIES OF METAL-OXIDES CONTAINING IRON FOR HYDROCRACKING COAL MODEL COMPOUNDS AND TAIHEIYO COAL

      Fuel
    80. WANG Y; OTSUKA K
      STRUCTURE OF CATALYTIC ACTIVE-SITE FOR OXIDATION OF METHANE TO METHANOL BY H-2-O-2 GAS-MIXTURE OVER IRON-CONTAINING CATALYSTS

      Journal of molecular catalysis. A, Chemical
    81. LAPIDUS AL; PETROVSKII KB; MANOVYUVENSKII VI
      CARBONYLATION OF NITRO AND AZO-COMPOUNDS IN THE PRESENCE OF IRON CARBONYL CATALYSTS

      Russian chemical bulletin
    82. CHOI PH; JUN KW; LEE SJ; CHOI MJ; LEE KW
      HYDROGENATION OF CARBON-DIOXIDE OVER ALUMINA-SUPPORTED FE-K CATALYSTS

      Catalysis letters
    83. KOWALCZYK Z
      EFFECT OF POTASSIUM ON THE HIGH-PRESSURE KINETICS OF AMMONIA-SYNTHESIS OVER FUSED IRON CATALYST

      Catalysis letters
    84. BOELLAARD E; VANDERKRAAN AM; GEUS JW
      PREPARATION, REDUCTION, AND CO CHEMISORPTION PROPERTIES OF A CYANIDE-DERIVED FE AL2O3 CATALYST/

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    85. GRABOWSKA H; MISTA W; SYPER L; WRZYSZCZ J; ZAWADZKI M
      CONTINUOUS ALKYLATION OF 5-METHOXY-1-NAPHTHOL AND 4-METHYL-1-NAPHTHOLWITH ALCOHOLS OVER AN IRON CATALYST

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    86. MILBURN DR; CHARY KVR; DAVIS BH
      PROMOTED IRON FISCHER-TROPSCH CATALYSTS - CHARACTERIZATION BY NITROGEN SORPTION

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    87. MILBURN DR; CHARY KVR; OBRIEN RJ; DAVIS BH
      PROMOTED IRON FISCHER-TROPSCH CATALYSTS - CHARACTERIZATION BY THERMAL-ANALYSIS

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    88. PATTEKJANCZYK A; MICZKO B; MORAWSKI AW
      STUDY ON THE PREPARATION OF K-C-FE AL2O3 CATALYSTS FOR AMMONIA-SYNTHESIS AT MILD CONDITIONS FOLLOWED BY MOSSBAUER-SPECTROSCOPY/

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    89. KOWALCZYK Z; JODZIS S; SENTEK J
      STUDIES ON KINETICS OF AMMONIA-SYNTHESIS OVER RUTHENIUM CATALYST SUPPORTED ON ACTIVE-CARBON

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    90. RAJE AP; DAVIS BH
      EFFECT OF VAPOR-LIQUID-EQUILIBRIUM ON FISCHER-TROPSCH HYDROCARBON SELECTIVITY FOR A DEACTIVATING CATALYST IN A SLURRY REACTOR

      Energy & fuels
    91. BERNDT ME; ALLEN DE; SEYFRIED WE
      REDUCTION OF CO2 DURING SERPENTINIZATION OF OLIVINE AT 300-DEGREES-C AND 500 BAR

      Geology
    92. KUIPERS EW; SCHEPER C; WILSON JH; VINKENBURG IH; OOSTERBEEK H
      NON-ASF PRODUCT DISTRIBUTIONS DUE TO SECONDARY REACTIONS DURING FISCHER-TROPSCH SYNTHESIS

      Journal of catalysis
    93. SHARYPOV VI; KUZNETSOV BN; BEREGOVTSOVA NG; RESHETNIKOV OL; BARYSHNIKOV SV
      MODIFICATION OF IRON-ORE CATALYSTS FOR LIGNITE HYDROGENATION AND HYDROCRACKING OF COAL-DERIVED LIQUIDS

      Fuel
    94. LIU Z; YANG J; ZONDLO JW; STILLER AH; DADYBURJOR DB
      IN-SITU IMPREGNATED IRON-BASED CATALYSTS FOR DIRECT COAL-LIQUEFACTION

      Fuel
    95. KOVALCHUK VI; KUZNETSOV BN
      HYDROCARBON SYNTHESIS FROM CO AND H-2 ON (FE+PT) SIO2 CATALYSTS/

      Journal of molecular catalysis. A, Chemical
    96. RAO KRPM; HUGGINS FE; MAHAJAN V; HUFFMAN GP; RAO VUS; BHATT BL; BUKUR DB; DAVIS BH; OBRIEN RJ
      MOSSBAUER-SPECTROSCOPY STUDY OF IRON-BASED CATALYSTS USED IN FISCHER-TROPSCH SYNTHESIS

      Topics in catalysis
    97. CHANG YF; MCCARTY JG; ZHANG YL
      N2O DECOMPOSITION OVER [FE]-ZSM-5 AND FE-HZSM-5 ZEOLITES

      Catalysis letters
    98. KALAKKAD DS; SHROFF MD; KOHLER S; JACKSON N; DATYE AK
      ATTRITION OF PRECIPITATED IRON FISCHER-TROPSCH CATALYSTS

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    99. BUKUR DB; NOWICKI L; LANG XS
      STEADY-STATE FISCHER-TROPSCH SYNTHESIS IN FIXED-BED AND STIRRED-TANK SLURRY REACTORS

      Catalysis today
    100. KOH DJ; CHUNG JS; KIM YG
      SELECTIVE SYNTHESIS AND CHAIN GROWTH OF LINEAR HYDROCARBONS IN THE FISCHER-TROPSCH SYNTHESIS OVER ZEOLITE-ENTRAPPED COBALT CATALYSTS

      Industrial & engineering chemistry research


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