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Roland Dittmeyer
Roland Dittmeyer
Professor für Mikroverfahrenstechnik, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei kit.edu
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Membrane reactors for hydrogenation and dehydrogenation processes based on supported palladium
R Dittmeyer, V Höllein, K Daub
Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 173 (1-2), 135-184, 2001
6442001
Future challenges in heterogeneous catalysis: understanding catalysts under dynamic reaction conditions
KF Kalz, R Kraehnert, M Dvoyashkin, R Dittmeyer, R Gläser, U Krewer, ...
ChemCatChem 9 (1), 17-29, 2017
3772017
Winnacker-Küchler Chemische Technik: Prozesse und Produkte. Ernährung, Gesundheit, Konsumgüter
R Dittmeyer
Wiley-VCH, 2005
167*2005
Preparation and characterization of composite palladium membranes on sinter-metal supports with a ceramic barrier against intermetallic diffusion
Y Huang, R Dittmeyer
Journal of Membrane Science 282 (1-2), 296-310, 2006
1572006
Preparation of thin palladium membranes on a porous support with rough surface
Y Huang, R Dittmeyer
Journal of Membrane Science 302 (1-2), 160-170, 2007
1492007
A review of catalytic membrane layers for gas/liquid reactions
R Dittmeyer, K Svajda, M Reif
Topics in catalysis 29, 3-27, 2004
1302004
Catalytic modification of conventional SOFC anodes with a view to reducing their activity for direct internal reforming of natural gas
M Boder, R Dittmeyer
Journal of Power Sources 155 (1), 13-22, 2006
1212006
Studies on the use of catalytic membranes for reduction of nitrate in drinking water
K Daub, G Emig, MJ Chollier, M Callant, R Dittmeyer
Chemical Engineering Science 54 (10), 1577-1582, 1999
1211999
Methane steam reforming operation and thermal stability of new porous metal supported tubular palladium composite membranes
B Dittmar, A Behrens, N Schödel, M Rüttinger, T Franco, G Straczewski, ...
International journal of hydrogen energy 38 (21), 8759-8771, 2013
1192013
Catalytic dehydrogenation of hydrocarbons in palladium composite membrane reactors
P Quicker, V Höllein, R Dittmeyer
Catalysis today 56 (1-3), 21-34, 2000
1172000
A review of catalyst performance and novel reaction engineering concepts in direct synthesis of hydrogen peroxide
R Dittmeyer, JD Grunwaldt, A Pashkova
Catalysis Today 248, 149-159, 2015
1162015
Inorganic microporous membranes for H2 and CO2 separation—Review of experimental and modeling progress
H Li, K Haas-Santo, U Schygulla, R Dittmeyer
Chemical Engineering Science 127, 401-417, 2015
1082015
Shining light on CO 2: from materials discovery to photocatalyst, photoreactor and process engineering
Y Dong, P Duchesne, A Mohan, KK Ghuman, P Kant, L Hurtado, U Ulmer, ...
Chemical Society Reviews 49 (16), 5648-5663, 2020
982020
Mathematical simulation of catalytic dehydrogenation of ethylbenzene to styrene in a composite palladium membrane reactor
C Hermann, P Quicker, R Dittmeyer
Journal of Membrane Science 136 (1-2), 161-172, 1997
881997
Porous, catalytically active ceramic membranes for gas–liquid reactions: a comparison between catalytic diffuser and forced through flow concept
M Reif, R Dittmeyer
Catalysis Today 82 (1-4), 3-14, 2003
852003
Revealing the structure and mechanism of palladium during direct synthesis of hydrogen peroxide in continuous flow using operando spectroscopy
M Selinsek, BJ Deschner, DE Doronkin, TL Sheppard, JD Grunwaldt, ...
Acs Catalysis 8 (3), 2546-2557, 2018
772018
Factors controlling the performance of catalytic dehydrogenation of ethylbenzene in palladium composite membrane reactors
R Dittmeyer, V Höllein, P Quicker, G Emig, G Hausinger, F Schmidt
Chemical engineering science 54 (10), 1431-1439, 1999
751999
Simultaneous heat and mass transfer and chemical reaction
R Dittmeyer, G Emig
Handbook of Heterogeneous Catalysis: Online, 1727-1784, 2008
742008
Tubular inorganic catalytic membrane reactors: advantages and performance in multiphase hydrogenation reactions
G Genti, R Dittmeyer, S Perathoner, M Reif
Catal. Today 79, 139, 2003
732003
Crowd oil not crude oil
R Dittmeyer, M Klumpp, P Kant, G Ozin
Nature Communications 10 (1), 1818, 2019
722019
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