Regina Palkovits
Regina Palkovits
Professor of Heterogeneous Catalysis & Chemical Technology, RWTH Aachen University
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Hydrogenolysis goes bio: from carbohydrates and sugar alcohols to platform chemicals
AM Ruppert, K Weinberg, R Palkovits
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51 (11), 2564-2601, 2012
7342012
Depolymerization of cellulose using solid catalysts in ionic liquids
R Rinaldi, R Palkovits, F Schüth
Angewandte Chemie 120 (42), 8167-8170, 2008
6232008
Solid catalysts for the selective low‐temperature oxidation of methane to methanol
R Palkovits, M Antonietti, P Kuhn, A Thomas, F Schüth
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 48 (37), 6909-6912, 2009
5152009
Development of heterogeneous catalysts for the conversion of levulinic acid to γ‐valerolactone
WRH Wright, R Palkovits
ChemSusChem 5 (9), 1657-1667, 2012
4482012
Alternative monomers based on lignocellulose and their use for polymer production
I Delidovich, PJC Hausoul, L Deng, R Pfützenreuter, M Rose, ...
Chemical reviews 116 (3), 1540-1599, 2016
4452016
Ammonia as a possible element in an energy infrastructure: catalysts for ammonia decomposition
F Schüth, R Palkovits, R Schlögl, DS Su
Energy & Environmental Science 5 (4), 6278-6289, 2012
4212012
Isosorbide as a renewable platform chemical for versatile applications—quo vadis?
M Rose, R Palkovits
ChemSusChem 5 (1), 167-176, 2012
3482012
Hydrogenolysis of cellulose combining mineral acids and hydrogenation catalysts
R Palkovits, K Tajvidi, J Procelewska, R Rinaldi, A Ruppert
Green Chemistry 12 (6), 972-978, 2010
2722010
Exploring the ruthenium catalysed synthesis of γ-valerolactone in alcohols and utilisation of mild solvent-free reaction conditions
MG Al-Shaal, WRH Wright, R Palkovits
Green Chemistry 14 (5), 1260-1263, 2012
2682012
Heteropoly acids as efficient acid catalysts in the one-step conversion of cellulose to sugar alcohols
R Palkovits, K Tajvidi, AM Ruppert, J Procelewska
Chemical Communications 47 (1), 576-578, 2011
2452011
Cellulose and hemicellulose valorisation: an integrated challenge of catalysis and reaction engineering
I Delidovich, K Leonhard, R Palkovits
Energy & Environmental Science 7 (9), 2803-2830, 2014
2252014
Which controls the depolymerization of cellulose in ionic liquids: the solid acid catalyst or cellulose?
R Rinaldi, N Meine, J vom Stein, R Palkovits, F Schüth
ChemSusChem: Chemistry & Sustainability Energy & Materials 3 (2), 266-276, 2010
2252010
Hierarchically structured monolithic silicalite-1 consisting of crystallized nanoparticles and its performance in the Beckmann rearrangement of cyclohexanone oxime
WC Li, AH Lu, R Palkovits, W Schmidt, B Spliethoff, F Schüth
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (36), 12595-12600, 2005
1772005
Synthesis and characterization of transparent luminescent ZnS: Mn/PMMA nanocomposites
H Althues, R Palkovits, A Rumplecker, P Simon, W Sigle, M Bredol, ...
Chemistry of materials 18 (4), 1068-1072, 2006
1732006
Catalytic Isomerization of Biomass‐Derived Aldoses: A Review
I Delidovich, R Palkovits
ChemSusChem 9 (6), 547, 2016
1682016
Cellulose‐Based Sustainable Polymers: State of the Art and Future Trends
M Rose, R Palkovits
Macromolecular rapid communications 32 (17), 1299-1311, 2011
1592011
Pentenoic acid pathways for cellulosic biofuels
R Palkovits
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 49 (26), 4336-4338, 2010
1582010
Selective aerobic oxidation of HMF to 2, 5‐diformylfuran on covalent triazine frameworks‐supported Ru catalysts
J Artz, S Mallmann, R Palkovits
ChemSusChem 8 (4), 672-679, 2015
1472015
Copper based catalysts for the selective ammonia oxidation into nitrogen and water vapour—recent trends and open challenges
M Jabłońska, R Palkovits
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 181, 332-351, 2016
1292016
Polymerization of w/o microemulsions for the preparation of transparent SiO2/PMMA nanocomposites
R Palkovits, H Althues, A Rumplecker, B Tesche, A Dreier, U Holle, G Fink, ...
Langmuir 21 (13), 6048-6053, 2005
1242005
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