Posterprogramm

Themen

1. Acid-Base Catalysis

A 1.01 Structure-activity relationship of Ce1-xZrxO2 catalysts for the gas-phase synthesis of dimethyl carbonate
Y. Murat, S. Kaluza, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen/D; M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
A 1.02 Coke formation and deactivation rate of zeolite catalysts in the methanol to olefins reaction
S. Müller, M. Vishnuvarthan, M. Sanchez-Sanchez, J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching b. München/D
A 1.03 The influence of P-modification of zeolites HZSM-5 and HZSM-22 on the propene vields from n-octane cracking
F. Bager, S. Ernst, TU Kaiserslautern/D
A 1.04 On non-thermal microwave effects - on the acid-catalysed hydrolysis of carbohydrates
M. Dierks, M.D. Kaufman Rechulski, F. Schüth, R. Rinaldi, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
A 1.05 Reliable quantification of acidic sites on solid surfaces
F. Hemmann, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin/D; C. Jaeger, BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin/D; E. Kemnitz, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin/D
A 1.06 Cyclic carbonates from carbon dioxide and alcohols:
a density functional theory study on the reaction mechanism

W. Offermans, RWTH Aachen/D; C. Gürtler, Bayer MaterialScience AG, Leverkusen/D; M. North, University of York/UK; W. Leitner, T.E. Müller, RWTH Aachen/D
A 1.07 Activation of halogenated methanes at Lewis-acidic aluminum fluoride surfaces
A. Siwek, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin/D
A 1.08 Catalytic conversion of 2-propanol as a sensitive tool for understanding the intrinsic acid-basic properties of N-doped carbon nanotubes
K.D. Friedel Ortega, B. Frank, R. Arrigo, A. Trunschke, R. Schlögl, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
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2. Catalyst Preparation

A 2.01 Catalysis R&D using high-throughput / high-output laboratory automation
E. Wu, Chemspeed Technologies AG, Augst/CH
A 2.02 Co-feed and semi-batch co-precipitation for the synthesis of Cu/ZrO2 catalysts
K. Tölle, K. Kähler, J. Schittkowski, M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
A 2.03 Sol-gel immobilised rhodium, palladium and manganese catalysts: catalyst efficiency, applications and recycling
I. Volovych, M. Schwarze, TU Berlin/D, /*; J. Blum, Hebrew University of Jerusalem/IL; R. Schomäcker, TU Berlin/D
A 2.04 Nanoporous and highly active silicon carbide supported
CeO2-catalysts for the methane oxidation reaction

C. Hoffmann, M. Benusch, T. Biemelt, M.R. Lohe, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
A 2.05 Microwave-assisted ionic liquid-induced synthesis of nanoscale catalysts
M.T. Keßler, M.K. Hentschel, C. Heinrichs, S. Roitsch, M.H.G. Prechtl, Universität zu Köln/D
A 2.06 Parametric study on the synthesis of nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes from ethlyenediamine over a cobalt-based catalyst
K. Xie, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; C. Seidler, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg/D; W. Xia, M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
A 2.07 Syntheseoptimierung eines Nickelaluminiumkatalysators für das trockene Reformieren von Methan
D. Teichmann, M. Schenker, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg/D; D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D; T. Hahn, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg/D
A 2.08 Synthesis of covalently immobilised bis(indenyl)-titanocenes and their use for the heterogeneous hydrosilylation of imines
H. Gruber-Wölfler, G.J. Lichtenegger, TU Graz/A; E. Polo, University of Ferrara/I; J.G. Khinast, TU Graz/A
A 2.09 Hierarchical zeolites for gasoline synthesis
S. Pitter, T.N. Otto, M. Zimmermann, F. Meseck, J. Sauer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D
A 2.10 Parallel synthesis of supported catalysts for the methanation of carbon dioxide
O. Thomys, K. Köhler, TU München, Garching b. München/D
A 2.11 Effect of catalyst support on the catalytic activity in the preparation of supported metal (Pt, Pd, Ag and Ru) catalysts
R. Parapat, M. Schwarze, R. Schomäcker, TU Berlin/D
A 2.12 Preparation of carbon supported Pt-Cu nanoalloys. Role of the pre-treatment parameters
I. Sinev, F. Yanik, W. Grünert, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
A 2.13 Preparation of Zn aluminates with high BET surface areas
A. Brasch, S. Fibikar, J. Rauscher, D. Howe, D. Worch, Sasol Germany GmbH, Brunsbüttel/D; H.-J. Wölk, Sasol Germany GmbH, Hamburg/D
A 2.14 Synthesis and reactivity of MoVOx in M1-structure with designed pore size distribution
J. Noack, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG und BasCat - UniCat BASF Joint Lab, TU Berlin/D; T. Lunkenbein, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D; R. Naumann d'Alnoncourt, F. Rosowski, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG und BasCat - UniCat BASF Joint Lab, TU Berlin/D; R. Schlögl, A. Trunschke, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
A 2.15 Ultra High Purity Alumina - UHPA - a new type of catalyst support
A. Malyschew, Sasol Germany GmbH, Hamburg/D; M. Chamberlin, Sasol North America, Houston, TX/USA; U. Antons, K. Ehrenberg, D. Worch, U. Böhmer, Sasol Germany GmbH, Brunsbüttel/D; K. Diblitz, C. Grove, Sasol Germany GmbH, Hamburg/D
A 2.16 Continuous fuel cell catalyst preparation in a tubular reactor with directly heated heating-up section
H. Grimm, U. Kunz, TU Clausthal, Clausthal-Zellerfeld/D
A 2.17 Nanoparticulate model catalysts for the direct synthesis of dimethyl ether
M. Gentzen, D. Doronkin, J.-D. Grunwaldt, J. Sauer, S. Behrens, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D
A 2.18 Applying catalyst into micro channels via inkjet printing and magnetron sputtering
M. Siebert, A.K. Mogalicherla, R. Dittmeyer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D
A 2.19 Studying the role of support surface modification in the case of CNT-supported cobalt Fischer-Tropsch catalysts
T. Eschemann, K.P. de Jong, W.S. Lamme, R.L. Manchester, Utrecht University/NL
A 2.20 Continuous synthesis of core-shell mesoporous silica spheres in a gas-liquid segmented flow tubular
S. Mezzavilla, J. Knossalla, F. Schüth, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
A 2.21 Synthesis of MOR-type zeolites and their characterisation by disproportionation of ethylbenzene
K. El Guendouz, S. Ernst, TU Kaiserslautern/D
A 2.22 Recent progress in the single-step synthesis of dimethyl ether from CO-rich synthesis gas
R. Ahmad, U. Arnold, J.-D. Grunwaldt, J. Sauer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D
A 2.23 CO oxidation over supported macroscopic Au
S. Immohr, M. Felderhoff, F. Schüth, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
A 2.24 Supercritial fluid extraction of copper and palladium
from supported metal catalysts

M. Marx, A. Wesner, C. Davis, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
A 2.25 Tunable and rigid: 3,3' bipyrazole ligands derived from highly dynamic 1,3,4,6-tetracarbonyls & their application in Pd(II)-catalysis
G. Storch, S. Stockinger, M.J. Spallek, O. Trapp, Universität Heidelberg/D
A 2.26 Magnetic amphiphilic mushroom-type Janus particles: a new paradigm in biomass processing
E. Passas-Lagos, F. Schüth, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
A 2.27 Supported Pt-Au-catalyst by supercritical fluid reactive deposition
P. With, D. Krötschel, C. Carrozza, M. Marx, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
A 2.28 Synthesis of metal-containing microcapsules for catalytic application
N. Dolya, A. Horechyy, M. Stamm, Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V./D
A 2.29 Cobalt-catalysed hydrocyanation of alkenes, mechanistic studies and developments
A. Cavalieri, TU Eindhoven/NL; D. Vogt, University of Edinburgh/UK
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3. Conversion of Bio-Resources

A 3.02 Understanding the isomerizing alkoxycarbonylation of plant oils
P. Roesle, J.T. Christl, F. Stempfle, Universität Konstanz/D; L. Caporaso, University of Salerno/I; S. Mecking, Universität Konstanz/D
A 3.03 DFT study of adipic acid formation catalysed by a Pd complex
L. Zhao, A. Genest, A*Star, Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore/SGP; N. Rösch, TU München, Garching b. München/D
A 3.04 Biogas use: impact of CO2-admixture on the performance of VOx /SBA-15 catalysts in the selective oxidation of CH4 to HCHO
P. Wallis, V.N. Kalevaru, E. Schönborn, S. Wohlrab, A. Martin, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
A 3.05 Upscaling the mechanocatalytic depolymerisation of lignocellulose
M.D. Kaufman Rechulski, R. Rinaldi, F. Schüth, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
A 3.06 Enzymatic saccharification of pulps obtained by catalytic fractionation of poplarwood
P. Ferrini, R. Rinaldi, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
A 3.07 An effective strategy for improved gasoline and light olefin production by catalytic cracking of plant oil under FCC conditions
X.H. Vu, R. Eckelt, M.-M. Pohl, U. Armbruster, A. Martin, Universität Rostock/D
A 3.08 The influence of inorganic salts on the stability of Ru/C in the hydrogenation of glucose and sugar feeds derived from cellulose
J. Hilgert, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D; D. Murzin, Åbo Akademi University, Turku/FIN; R. Rinaldi, F. Schüth, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
A 3.09 Base promoted hydrogenolysis of lignin model compounds and organosolv lignin over NiAu catalysts
H. Konnerth, Universität zu Köln und National University of Singapore/D; J. Zhang, National University of Singapore/SGP; M.H.G. Prechtl, Universität zu Köln/D; N. Yan, National University of Singapore/SGP
A 3.10 Efficient and inexpensive catalysts systems for the synthesis of carbonates of fatty acid esters with CO2
M. Polyakov, A. Köckritz, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; B. Schäffner, D. Kruse, Evonik Industries AG, Marl/D; A. Martin, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
A 3.11 The effect of support on bimetallic Ni-Co catalysts for phenol hydrodeoxygenation
T.M. Huynh, U. Armbruster, U. Bentrup, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; B.M.Q. Phan, D.A. Nguyen, Vietnam Petroleum Institute, Hanoi/VN; A. Martin, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
A 3.12 High-yield synthesis of p-cymene by catalytic transfer dehydrogenation of limonene in the presence of Raney® Ni
S. Das, R. Rinaldi, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
A 3.13 Lab-scale DTG process with modified H-ZSM-5 catalysts
M. Zimmermann, T.N. Otto, E. Dinjus, S. Pitter, J. Sauer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D
A 3.14 Selective conversion of alkyl levulinates into alpha valerolactone or alkyl alpha-hydroxypentanoates by H-transfer reactions
J. Geboers, X. Wang, A.B. Carvalho, R. Rinaldi, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
A 3.15 Hydrogenation of 'mechanocatalytic' lignin with Raney Ni
G. Calvaruso, M.D. Kaufman Rechulski, R. Rinaldi, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
A 3.16 Influence of support and other parameters on the hydrogenolysis of glycerol to 1,3-propanediol on Re-modified catalysts
J. Kraft, TU Darmstadt/D; G. Paim Valença, UNICAMP, Campinas/BR; P. Claus, TU Darmstadt/D
A 3.17 Investigating the heterogeneously catalysed isomerisation and amination of isosorbide using the "Borrowing-Hydrogen" method
R. Pfützenreuter, M. Rose, RWTH Aachen/D
A 3.18 Renewable adipic acid from levulinic acid
M. Janssen, P. Wenmakers, B. Engendahl, M. Castelijns, N. Sereinig, R. Parton, J. de Vries, DSM ChemTech Center, Geleen/NL
A 3.19 Influence of CO2 Co-feed on hydrocracking of ethyl laurate using bifunctional micro-/mesoporous composite materials
M. Anders, O. Busse, W. Reschetilowski, TU Dresden/D
A 3.20 Effect of ZrO2 morphology and novel doughnut shaped high surface area supports for hydrodeoxygenation of stearic acid with Ni/ZrO2
S. Foraita, E. Baráth, C. Zhao, J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching b. München/D
A 3.21 Alkylation of guaiacol and phenols by solid acid catalysts
H. Estevez Rivera, R. Rinaldi, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
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4. Electrochemistry

A 4.01 Fuel cell catalysts getting in shape-atomic-scale structure and catalysis of octahedral alloy nanoparticles
L. Gan, C. Cui, TU Berlin/D; M. Heggen, Forschungszentrum Jülich/D; P. Strasser, TU Berlin/D
A 4.02 Electrochemical Oxygen Evolution Reaction (OER) employing IrO2 and Ir/TiOx catalysts with micelle-controlled pore structure
M. Bernicke, D. Bernsmeier, T. Reier, E. Ortel, R. Kraehnert, TU Berlin/D
A 4.03 Modified carbon materials as electro catalysts in all-vanadium-redox-flow batteries
S. Schimpf, S. Rümmler, M. Bron, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg/D
A 4.04 Electrochemical reduction of CO2 on gas diffusion electrodes
D. Kopljar, A. Inan, E. Klemm, Universität Stuttgart/D; P. Vindayer, EPFL Lausanne/CH; D. Dietrich, R. Scholz, mikroglas chemtech GmbH, Mainz/D; H. Winterbauer, Plinke GmbH, Bad Homburg/D; N. Wagner, DLR, Stuttgart/D
A 4.05 Electrochemical degradation of Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes(MWCNTs) in acidic media
Y. Yi, E. Willinge, R. Schlögl, J. Tornow, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
A 4.06 Carbon-titania composites supported Pt catalysts as long-term stable and active fuel cell cathode materials
C. Gebauer, Universität Ulm/D; M. Wassner, N. Hüsing, Universität Salzburg/A; R.J. Behm, Universität Ulm/D
A 4.07 Online mass spectrometric detection of products during photoelectrocatalytic oxidation of small organic molecules on metal oxide catalysts
R. Reichert, C. Zambrzycki, Z. Jusys, R.J. Behm, Universität Ulm/D
A 4.08 Catalysis to understand silicon based battery anode degradation
J.J. Velasco Velez, S. Cap, B. Davaasuren, R. Schlögl, J. Tornow, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
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5. Emission Reduction

A 5.01 Modellierung der katalysierten CO-Oxidation an Eisenoxid
C. Breyer, S. Kureti, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D
A 5.02 Manganese oxide catalysts to reduce the emission of small scale stoves
R. Bindig, S. Butt, Biomasseforschungszentrum gGmbH, Leipzig/D; D. Dvoracek, D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D; I. Hartmann, Biomasseforschungszentrum gGmbH, Leipzig/D; F. Werner, Specht Modulare Ofensysteme GmbH & Co. KG, Hatzfeld/D
A 5.03 Mobile lithium species in zirconia-based catalysts and their role in catalytic soot and CO oxidation
T. Emmerich, K. Kähler, M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
A 5.04 Studies on Ce-Zr-O catalysts and their application for one-pot syntheses of diethyl carbonate from ethanol and CO2
I. Prymak, V.N. Kalevaru, P. Kollmorgen, S. Wohlrab, A. Martin, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
A 5.05 Combined catalysts: an innovative route to improve catalyst performance in the selective catalytic reduction of NO by NH3
M. Salazar, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; R. Becker, Sachtleben Pigment GmbH, Krefeld/D; W. Grünert, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
A 5.06 Perovskite type catalysts in exhaust gas treatment
O. Keser, M. Lucas, P. Claus, TU Darmstadt/D
A 5.07 Decomposition of N2O by ruthenium catalysts: effect of the support
J. Zheng, K. Köhler, TU München, Garching b. München/D
A 5.08 Synthesis of oxymethylene ethers from dimethoxymethane and trioxane: activity and long-term stability of catalysts
L. Lautenschütz, U. Arnold, J. Sauer, E. Dinjus, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D
A 5.09 Kinetic measurements of the hydrogenation of carbon dioxide to methane
F. Koschany, D. Melzer, O. Hinrichsen, TU München, Garching b. München/D
A 5.10 Simulation of the influence of ageing and precious metal loading on the conversion behavior of three-way catalysts
S. Frommater, M. Ullmann, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D; M. Dorsch, J. Neumann, BMW Group, München/D; C. Hasse, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D
A 5.11 Selective catalytic reduction system for small to medium diesel engines rated 0.5 to 4.5 megawatts
D. Reichert, I. Piluri, P. Reinert, M. Ziesmann, Johnson Matthey Catalysts (Germany) GmbH, Redwitz an der Rodach/D
A 5.12 Active Fe2O3, Co3O4 and NiO supports enhance the palladium catalysed methane combustion
D. Seeburg, D.-L. Hoang, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; R. Kraehnert, TU Berlin/D; S. Wohlrab, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
A 5.13 Influence of STOICHIOMETRY on catalytic activity of LaxSryMnzO3+d
S. Koszyk, K. Wätzig, M. Jahn, A. Michaelis, Fraunhofer IKTS, Dresden/D
A 5.14 Untersuchungen zur katalysierten Rußoxidation in ottomotorischem Abgas
M. Nitzer-Noski, S. Kureti, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D
A 5.15 Evaluation of oxygen storage models for three-way catalysts using transient and stationary simulations
M. Ullmann, D.Q. Phan, S. Kureti, C. Hasse, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D
A 5.16 Effect of oxidation state of Pd on the CO oxidation activity of TWC model catalysts under stoichiometric conditions
D.Q. Phan, S. Kureti, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D
A 5.17 Aktivitäts/Selektivitäts-Verhalten hochtemperaturstabiler SCR-Katalysatoren
S. Füger, A. Pacher, S. Kureti, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D
A 5.18 Hydrothermal stability of Pd/gamma-Al2O3 catalysts in CO oxidation
M. Revilla Nebreda, S. Kureti, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D
A 5.19 Influencing factors of catalytic and microwave activity in exhaust treatment
M. Präger, T. Krech, R. Krippendorf, JENOPTIK Katasorb GmbH, Jena/D; P. Scholz, B. Ondruschka, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena/D
A 5.20 Rapid ageing of V2O5-WO3/TiO2-SCR- and Pt/Al2O3 DOC-catalysts
R. Eschrich, D. Worch, Universität Leipzig/D; J. Schröder, F. Hartmann, F. Müller-Langer, M. Nelles, Deutsches BiomasseForschungsZentrum gGmbH, Leipzig/D; J. Böhm, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
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6. Hydrogen Generation / Synthesis Gas

A 6.01 Coking and oxidative regeneration of Ni-based catalysts applied in the high-temperature CO2 reforming of CH4
H. Düdder, K. Kähler, M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; S. Kühl, K. Mette, M. Behrens, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
A 6.02 Alkali-modified Co-Cu catalysts for the hydrogenation of carbon monoxide to short-chain alcohols
J. Anton, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen/D; C. Froese, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; R. Kleinschmidt, K. Büker, ThyssenKrupp Uhde GmbH, Dortmund/D; T. Quandt, Evonik Industries AG, Marl/D; H. Ruland, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; S. Kaluza, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen/D; M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
A 6.03 Partial oxidation of ethanol over Ni and Co based cordierite monolith catalyst
E. Kraleva, H. Ehrich, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; M. Boltze, new enerday GmbH, Neubrandenburg/D
A 6.04 Effect of nitrogen doping on the reducibility and catalytic selectivity of supported iron nanoparticles for CO2 hydrogenation
L. Chew, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; P. Kangvansura, Kasetsart University, Bangkok/T; H. Ruland, W. Xia, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; A. Worayingyong, Kasetsart University, Bangok/T; M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
A 6.05 Screening of rhodium based catalysts for the partial oxidation of propane in microchannels
R. Zapf, G. Kolb, S. Neuberg, A. Ziogas, Fraunhofer ICT-IMM, Mainz/D
A 6.06 Copper modified layered cesium titanates for photocatalytic H2 production
M. Wark, M. Pilarski, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg/D; R. Marschall, Justus Liebig Universität Gießen/D
A 6.07 Low temperature route to ATiO3 (A = Ca, Sr, Ba) perovskite nanoparticles for photocatalytic hydrogen formation
M. Wark, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg/D; T. Alammar, I. Hamm, A.V. Mudring, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
A 6.08 Preparation and characterisation of cobaltoxides as catalysts for electrochemical water splitting
N. Weidler, B. Kaiser, J. Ursul, W. Jaegermann, TU Darmstadt/D
A 6.09 CO2 methanation on iron based catalysts
J. Kirchner, S. Kureti, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D
A 6.10 Enhanced hydrogen generation from multicomponent aerogels loaded with laser ablated metallic nanoparticles (Rh, Pt, Ir)
R.O. da Silva, Universität Rostock/D; M. Karnahl, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; S. Skruszewicz, Universität Rostock/D; F.J. Heiligtag, ETH Zürich/CH; S. Wohlrab, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
A 6.11 Increase in intrinsic activity of Cu/SBA-15 methanol steam reforming catalysts after redox pretreatment
G. Koch, T. Ressler, TU Berlin/D
A 6.12 Effect of silica support and active particle size on dry reforming of methane with nickel manganese catalysts
P. Littlewood, X. Xie, A. Thomas, R. Schomäcker, TU Berlin/D
A 6.13 Dry reforming - from understanding the elementary steps to better catalysts
Y. Lou, A. Jentys, J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching b. München/D
A 6.14 Investigation of CeO2-doping on gamma-Al2O3-supported Pt catalysts for partial oxidation of ethanol to syngas
P. Almeroth, D. Männel, M. Jahn, Fraunhofer IKTS, Dresden/D; W. Reschetilowski, TU Dresden/D
A 6.15 Influences of different active metals on the catalytic reforming behavior of model tar compounds in gasification product gas
C. Hamel, C. Unger, S. Kaluza, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen/D
A 6.16 Redox dynamics of a LDH-derived Ni-catalyst - impact on coking behavior in the dry reforming of methane at high temperatures
K. Mette, S. Kühl, A. Tarasov, R. Schlögl, M. Behrens, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D; H. Düdder, K. Kähler, M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
A 6.17 Carbon deposition on ZrO2-supported Ni-catalysts for dry reforming of methane
J. Titus, B. Stolze, Universität Leipzig/D; A. Milanov, E. Schwab, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D; S. Schunk, hte GmbH, Heidelberg/D; R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
A 6.18 Molten salt altered platinum alumina catalysts for strongly enhanced performance in methanol steam reforming and water-gas shift reaction
M. Kusche, F. Agel, P. Wasserscheid, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
A 6.19 Modified carbon nitrides for the photocatalytic hydrogen evolution from water
D. Richter, K. Striegler, H. Zaake-Hertling, E. Hey-Hawkins, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
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7. In Situ Characterisation / New Methods

A 7.01 Heterogeneous catalysis in a hollow-core photonic crystal fiber microreactor
A.M. Cubillas, MPI für die Physik des Lichts, Erlangen/D; M. Schmidt, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; T.G. Euser, MPI für die Physik des Lichts, Erlangen/D; N. Taccardi, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; S. Unterkofler, P.S.J. Russell, MPI für die Physik des Lichts, Erlangen/D; P. Wasserscheid, B.J.M. Etzold, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
A 7.02 Investigation of gas adsorption and desorption on zirconia using DRIFT spectroscopy
M. Glorius, C. Breitkopf, TU Dresden/D
A 7.03 Simultaneous operando ATR-IR monitoring of chiral catalytic surface and liquid phase during asymmetric catalysed hydrogenations
F. Meemken, K. Hungerbühler, A. Baiker, ETH Zürich/CH
A 7.04 Role and evolution of nanoparticle structure/chemical state during NO oxidation over size-selected Pt/Al2 O3 catalysts under operando conditions
E. Lira, L. Merte, F. Behafarid, L.K. Ono, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL/USA; L. Zhang, Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York, NY/USA; B. Roldan Cuenya, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
A 7.05 Strong metal support interaction studied on Pd/ZnO and Pd/FeOx
P. Kast, M. Friedrich, M. Behrens, R. Schlögl, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
A 7.06 CO2 hydrogenation on supported Rh/Ni catalysts: an operando DRIFTS/MS study
P. Rajagopalan, U. Bentrup, A. Brückner, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
A 7.07 High energy resolution X-ray absorption and emission: new techniques to push the limits in hard X-ray catalysis research
M. Bauer, Universität Paderborn/D
A 7.08 In-situ studies of CO2 electrochemical
reduction on platinum with broadband sum-frequency generation

B. Braunschweig, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
A 7.09 Role of V and P in PV2Mo10 supported on silica SBA-15 during oxidation of propene with gas phase oxygen
R. Zubrzycki, T. Ressler, TU Berlin/D
A 7.10 The role of NO2 in fast NH3-SCR of NOx: a combined in situ FTIR and EPR spectroscopic study
R. Perez Velez, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; I. Ellmers, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; U. Bentrup, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; W. Grünert, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; A. Brückner, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
A 7.11 The active species in iron cross coupling reactions by X-ray absorption spectroscopy
R. Schoch, M. Bauer, Universität Paderborn/D; W. Desens, T. Werner, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
A 7.12 Structural and functional characterisation of supported vanadium oxide catalysts under propene and propane oxidising conditions
J. Scholz, T. Ressler, TU Berlin/D
A 7.13 Impact of co-components on the formation of active supported Pd catalysts during gas phase acetoxylation - new insights by operando XAS
J. Radnik, J. Rabeah, V.N. Kalevaru, A. Martin, A. Brückner, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; S. Gatla, ESRF, Grenoble/F; V. Briois, Synchrotron Soleil, Gif-sur-Yvette/F
A 7.14 Catalytic performance of (Mo,V) oxide nitrides with Mo5O14 structure in selective propene oxidation
S. Kühn, D. Weber, M. Lerch, T. Ressler, TU Berlin/D
A 7.15 Nafion degradation in direct LOHC fuel cell
M. Friedrich, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D; K. Gärtner, P. Wasserscheid, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; R. Schlögl, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
A 7.16 CO oxidation as analytical tool to reveal active catalyst states
M. Friedrich, M. Behrens, R. Schlögl, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
A 7.17 Microstructure investigation on supported transition metal oxide catalysts for room temperature reduction of NO2 in car cabin air filters
J.C. Tseng, C. Weidenthaler, W. Schmidt, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D; U. Sager, S. Suhartiningsih, F. Schmidt, Universität Duisburg-Essen/D
A 7.18 Surface investigations of intermetallic InPd under methanol steam reforming conditions
M. Neumann, MPI für Chemische Physik fester Stoffe, Dresden/D; W. Reschetilowski, TU Dresden/D; A. Knop-Gericke, D. Teschner, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D; P. Wochner, MPI für Intelligente Systeme, Stuttgart/D; M. Armbrüster, MPI für Chemische Physik fester Stoffe, Dresden/D
A 7.19 Comparative in situ characterisation of the copper metal surface area in methanol synthesis catalysts
M. Fichtl, O. Hinrichsen, TU München, Garching b. München/D
A 7.20 Vibrational spectroscopy meets theory: new insights in the structure of dispersed vanadia and titania
D. Nitsche, C. Hess, TU Darmstadt/D
A 7.21 In-situ-Raman-Studie zur Oxidation von Methacrolein zu Methacrylsäure an Heteropolysäuren
K. Kantchev, A. Drochner, H. Vogel, TU Darmstadt/D
A 7.22 Recent advances in real time in situ FTIR monitoring of catalytic organic reactions - a literatur review
J. Allen, METTLER TOLEDO GmbH, Gießen/D
A 7.23 Operando spectroscopy of ceria supported gold catalysts
M. Lohrenscheit, C. Schilling, C. Hess, TU Darmstadt/D
A 7.24 In situ-infrared study on the ring-opening insertion of trioxane
M. Hoffmann, V. Vogt, T.E. Müller, RWTH Aachen/D
A 7.25 Investigating the effect of different promoters in doped ZnO supports on Cu/ZnO catalysts for methanol synthesis
J. Schumann, M. Eichelbaum, N. Thomas, R. Schlögl, M. Behrens, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
A 7.26 Contact-free and in-situ: multi-frequency conductivity measurements using the microwave cavity perturbation technique
M. Heenemann, C. Heine, R. Schlögl, M. Eichelbaum, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
A 7.27 In-operando spatially- and time-resolved XAS to study mechanism of the NH3-SCR over Fe-zeolites
D.E. Doronkin, M. Casapu, T. Günter, J.-D. Grunwaldt, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D
A 7.28 Sorption kinetics of aromatic/ aliphatic mixtures in mesoscale organized HZSM5 catalysts
A. Jentys, R. Kolvenbach, L.F. Gonzalez-Pena, J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching b. München/D
A 7.29 Oscillatory CO oxidation over model Pt/Al2O3 catalysts:
in situ spatially and temporally resolved XAS and IR-thermography

A. Gänzler, A. Boubnov, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D; O. Müller, Universität Wuppertal/D; H. Lichtenberg, M. Casapu, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D; R. Frahm, Universität Wuppertal/D; J.-D. Grunwaldt, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D
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8. Model Catalysts / Surface Science

A 8.01 Merging theory and experiment: simulated TPD spectra for the oxidative dehydrogenation of methanol at VO2 CeO2(111)
T. Kropp, J. Paier, J. Sauer, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin/D
A 8.03 Insights into revealing the origin of the high selectivity and catalytic activity of small Ru clusters in the methanation of CO: a gas phase approach
S.M. Lang, T.M. Bernhardt, Universität Ulm/D
A 8.04 Why are lateral interactions important? A comparative view on the mean field approach and kinetic Monte Carlo simulations
F. Hess, H. Over, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen/D
A 8.05 Kinetic Monte Carlo Modeling of the HCl oxidation on RuO2(110): how far can one get with DFT?
F. Hess, H. Over, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen/D
A 8.06 Size-dependent properties of Ru nanoclusters. A DFT study
X. Ma, A*Star, Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore/SGP; T.M. Soini, TU München, Garching b. München/D; A. Genest, A*Star, Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore/SGP; N. Rösch, TU München, Garching b. München/D
A 8.07 Highly dispersed platinum species supported on silica and alumina prepared by grafting - a model to investigate sintering phenomena
K. Chatziapostolou, M. Albert, J. Samson, J. Zheng, M. Tromp, K. Köhler, TU München, Garching b. München/D; A.I. Frenkel, Yeshiva University, New York, NY/USA; V. D'Elia, S. Ould-Chikh, KAUST Catalysis Center, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal/SAR
A 8.08 An immobilised Grubbs 2nd generation catalyst for application in on-column reaction gas chromatography
J. Gmeiner, M. Seibicke, O. Trapp, Universität Heidelberg/D
A 8.09 Immobilised Gadolinium(III)-tris[(1R,4S)-3-heptafluorobutanoyl-camphor] as catalyst for on-column Diels-Alder-reaction chromatography
S. Stockinger, O. Trapp, Universität Heidelberg/D
A 8.10 Interactions between the room-temperature ionic liquid [C2C1Im][OTf] and Pd(111), well-ordered Al2 O3, and supported Pd model catalysts studied by infrared spectroscopy
S. Schernich, D. Kostyshyn, V. Wagner, N. Taccardi, M. Laurin, P. Wasserscheid, J. Libuda, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
A 8.11 Selectivity of supported Pd-catalysts in CC couplings:
cross-coupling vs. dehalogenation, a mechanistic investigation

A.S. Wirth, K. Köhler, TU München, Garching b. München/D; L. Djakovitch, IRCELYON, Villeurbanne/F
A 8.12 Preparation and characterisation of well-defined and highly dispersed nickel and palladium catalysts
F.J. Boch, O.H. Dachwald, A.S. Wirth, K. Köhler, TU München, Garching b. München/D; S.L. Goh, M.P. Högerl, V. D'Elia, KAUST Catalysis Center, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal/SAR
A 8.13 Model catalytic studies of liquid organic hydrogen carriers: dehydrogenation and decomposition of dodecahydro-N-ethylcarbazole on Pt(111)
M. Amende, C. Gleichweit, K. Werner, S. Schernich, W. Zhao, M.P.A. Lorenz, O. Höfert, C. Papp, M. Koch, P. Wasserscheid, M. Laurin, H.-P. Steinrück, J. Libuda, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
A 8.14 Vanadiumoxide und -oxidnitride als Modellkatalysatoren
für die selektive Oxidation von Propen

A. Müller, D. Weber, M. Lerch, T. Ressler, TU Berlin/D
A 8.15 Calorimetric study of propane, propene and ethylbenzene on active surface on carbon-based catalysts
S. Wrabetz, B. Frank, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D; R. Blume, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Materialien und Energie, Berlin/D; O. Khavryuchenko, University of Kiev/UA; J. Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Zhejiang/CHN; A. Trunschke, R. Schlögl, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
A 8.16 Magnetic core-shell hybrid nanocatalysts for cross-coupling on water
S. Sprott, M.B. Barton, L. Kibkalo, P. Wand, M.H.G. Prechtl, A.M. Schmidt, Universität zu Köln/D
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9. Molecular Catalysis / Biocatalysis

B 9.01 Zinc-catalysed depolymerisation of end-of-life polysiloxanes
S. Enthaler, TU Berlin/D
B 9.02 C-H activation and direct arene carboxylation with ruthenium pincer carboxylate complexes: a DFT-guided study
S. Stoychev, C. Conifer, A. Uhe, M. Hölscher, W. Leitner, RWTH Aachen/D
B 9.03 O2 activation and catalytic alcohol oxidation by Re complexes with redox-active ligands. A DFT study of mechanism
S. Dinda, A. Genest, A*Star, Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore/SGP; N. Rösch, TU München, Garching b. München/D
B 9.04 Ferrocenyl-based P,N-catalysts for the alpha-arylation of aceton and carbonyl compounds
C. Gäbler, H. Lang, TU Chemnitz/D
B 9.05 1,2-P,O-Ferrocenes in Suzuki-Miyaura C,C couplings
M. Korb, H. Lang, TU Chemnitz/D
B 9.06 Polymeric crown ether and KI as a suitable system for the conversion of epoxides to cyclic carbonates
W. Desens, T. Werner, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 9.07 In situ spectroscopic investigations iniIridium catalysts
for alkene hydroformylation

C. Kubis, W. Baumann, E. Barsch, D. Selent, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; M. Sawall, K. Neymeyr, R. Ludwig, Universität Rostock/D; D. Hess, R. Franke, Evonik Industries AG, Marl/D; A. Börner, Universität Rostock/D
B 9.08 Synthesis of oleochemical carbonates
N. Tenhumberg, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; B. Schäffner, Evonik Industries AG, Marl/D; T. Werner, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 9.09 Catalytic Wittig reactions
M. Hoffmann, T. Werner, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 9.10 Recent achievements of quantum chemical simulations: CH-functionalisation, CO-insertion, polymer-catalysis
M.P. Checinski, A. Kulesza, K. Stier, CreativeQuantum GmbH, Berlin/D
B 9.11 Shining light on water oxidation catalysis
N. Rockstroh, M. Karnahl, A.-E. Surkus, H. Junge, M. Beller, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 9.12 New dinuclear iron(III) complexes as catalysts in the synthesis of cyclic carbonates from carbon dioxide and epoxides
M.A. Fuchs, T.A. Zevaco, C. Altesleben, O. Walter, E. Dinjus, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D
B 9.13 New Co, Cr and Fe catalysts based on substituted
N,N-bis(2-pyridinecarboxamide)-1,2-benzene ligands
for epoxide/CO2 coupling reactions

M. Adolph, T.A. Zevaco, C. Altesleben, O. Walter, E. Dinjus, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D
B 9.14 Activity and stability behavior in the CO oxidation for various Au catalysts supported on different TiO2-SiO2 systems
G. Kucerova, Universität Ulm/D; T. Fröschl, J. Geserick, N. Hüsing, Paris-Lodron University, Salzburg/A; J. Strunk, M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; R.J. Behm, Universität Ulm/D
B 9.15 Cascade transformations of unsaturated alcohols catalysed by bifunctional ruthenium complexes
E. Haak, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg/D
B 9.16 C-H bond oxidation by organometallic Fe(II) complexes and its dependency on the electronic situation at the Fe center
S. Haslinger, D. Weiß, M.R. Anneser, A. Raba, M. Cokoja, W.A. Herrmann, F.E. Kühn, TU München, Garching b. München/D
B 9.17 Achmatowicz 2.0 - ring rearrangement reactions based on biocatalytic oxygen-activating systems
J. Deska, Universität zu Köln/D
B 9.18 Ni-catalysed asymmetric cycloisomerisation of dienes using TADDOL-phosphoramidites
C. Schmitz, G. Franciò, W. Leitner, RWTH Aachen/D
B 9.19 Synthesis of aliphatic a-branched aldehydes via combination of a chemocatalytic aldol condensation and an enzymatic C=C reduction
M. Biermann, Universität Bielefeld/D; W. Hummel, Universität Düsseldorf/D; H. Gröger, Universität Bielefeld/D
B 9.20 Rhodium/xantphos catalysed tandem hydroformylation/hydrogenation reactions
O. Diebolt, Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ), Tarragona/E; L. Fenton, D. Vogt, University of Edinburgh/UK
B 9.21 Naked iron & cobalt: the case of homogeneous vs. heterogeneous
A. Jacobi von Wangelin, Universität Regensburg/D
B 9.22 A palladium-catalysed methylenation of olefins using halomethylboronate reagents
T. den Hartog, J.M. Sarria Toro, P. Chen, ETH Zürich/CH
B 9.23 Ruthenium(II) pincer carboxylate complexes for C-H activation and CO2 catalysis
C. Conifer, M. Hölscher, W. Leitner, RWTH Aachen/D
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10. Photochemistry

B 10.01 Effect of Sn surface doping on the photocatalytic activity of ZnO
B. Bartlewski, F.E. Oropeza, A. Pougin, J. Strunk, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
B 10.02 Light-induced degradation of zanamivir -
a comparison of photolytic and photocatalytic reaction

M. Woche, Universität Magdeburg/D; N. Scheibe, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung, Magdeburg/D; M. Schwidder, Universität Magdeburg/D; W. von Tümpling, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung, Magdeburg/D
B 10.03 Ru dye functionalised metal nanoparticle-TiO2@SiO2 nanoassemblies for surface-plasmon-induced photocatalysis
F. Theil, A. Dellith, J. Dellith, IPHT Jena e.V./D; A. Undisz, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena/D; A. Csáki, W. Fritzsche, IPHT Jena e.V./D; M. Rettenmayr, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena/D; J. Popp, B. Dietzek, IPHT Jena e.V./D
B 10.04 Sr2KNb 5-xTaxO15 nanorod photocatalysts with tunnel structure:
Ta substitution effects and overall water splitting

P. Wang, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; R. Marschall, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen/D; M. Wark, Carl-von-Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg/D
B 10.05 Application of copper compounds for the photocatalytic hydrogen generation from water
M. Karnahl, N. Rockstroh, S.-P. Luo, H. Junge, M. Beller, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 10.06 Novel microwave-assisted synthesis of gamma-Bi2O3 and its application as visible light driven photocatalyst
M. Weber, M. Schlesinger, D. Lehmann, R.D. Rodriguez, E. Sheremet, H. Matbaechi, D. R. T. Zahn, M. Mehring, TU Chemnitz/D
B 10.07 Microwave-assisted non-aqueous synthesis of nanoscale bismuth vanadate for visible light-driven photocatalytic water purification
M. Hofmann, M. Rainer, M. Weber, M. Mehring, TU Chemnitz/D
B 10.08 Surface plasmon-assisted glycerol oxidation
G. Dodekatos, H. Tüysüz, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
B 10.09 Tin-grafted TiO2 with enhanced activity for photocatalytic H2 generation from aqueous methanol solution
S. Chu, A.E. Becerikli, B. Bartlewski, F.E. Oropeza, J. Strunk, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
B 10.10 Stepwise reductive photodeposition of copper and chromia on Ga2O3 for efficient photocatalytic water splitting
G.W. Busser, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; B.T. Mei, University of Denmark, Lyngby/DK; M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
B 10.11 Photocatalytic glycerol reforming with co-catalyst modified GaN:ZnO solid solutions
T.F. Berto, K.E. Sanwald, O.Y. Gutiérrez, J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching b. München/D
B 10.12 Optimisation of photocatalytic hydrogen evolution of sol-gel prepared carbon nitride by ex-situ Co-catalyst loading
M. Schröder, K. Fündling, J. Rieß, M. Scharl, K. Kailasam, A. Thomas, R. Schomäcker, M. Schwarze, TU Berlin/D
B 10.13 Mixed sodium tantalates with various particle sizes and morphologies for photocatalytic water splitting
T. Grewe, H. Tüysüz, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
B 10.14 N-doped TiO2 photocatalysts prepared by the sol-gel method: influence of N-source on phase transition, bandgap, and catalytic activity
S. Holze, B. Krüger, F. Scheffler, M. Schwidder, Universität Magdeburg/D
B 10.15 Photocatalytic carbonylation of diazonium salts
M. Májek, A. Jacobi von Wangelin, Universität Regensburg/D
B 10.16 Preparation and investigation of Cu- and CuxO-doped TiO2 as photocatalyst
A.E. Becerikli, G.W. Busser, J. Strunk, M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
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11. Porous Materials / Zeolites / MOFs

B 11.01 Contribution of Brønsted acid sites to the ring opening of cis-decalin on noble metal-containing zeolites Y
U. Obenaus, T. Holl, M. Dyballa, J. Weitkamp, M. Hunger, Universität Stuttgart/D
B 11.02 Ethene hydrogenation and dimerisation catalysed by a faujasite-supported rhodium complex. A DFT study
A. Govindasamy, S. Dinda, A. Genest, A*Star, Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore/SGP; N. Rösch, TU München, Garching b. München/D
B 11.03 Mechanism and interactions of amines impregnated on SBA-15 during CO2 adsorption
M.W. Hahn, M. Steib, A. Jentys, J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching b. München/D
B 11.04 Influence of the nSi/nAl-ratio in the catalytic conversion of ethene to propene and butenes on 10-membered ring zeolites
S. Follmann, C. Roth, S. Ernst, TU Kaiserslautern/D
B 11.05 Twin polymerisation for the syntheses of microporous carbon and mesoporous metal oxides - theory and experiment
P. Kitschke, C. Leonhardt, A. Seifert, S. Spange, M. Mehring, TU Chemnitz/D; A.A. Auer, MPI für chemische Energiekonversion, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
B 11.06 Hierarchical zeolites as host for ship-in-bottle catalysts
R. Fowler, H. Gies, W. Grünert, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
B 11.07 Influence of composition and templated pore structure
of mesoporous Pt/C catalysts on their performance in the
electrocatalytic HER

D. Bernsmeier, M. Bernicke, L. Chuenchom, TU Berlin/D; B. Smarsly, Justus Liebig Universität, Gießen/D; R. Kraehnert, TU Berlin/D
B 11.08 Hierarchical zeolites derived by desilication and re-assembly and their applicability in diffusion limited processes
T. Biemelt, F. Schmidt, M. Benusch, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
B 11.09 Direct oxidation of benzene to phenol over sequential post modified hierarchical zeolites
A. Shahid, S. López-Orozco, W. Schwieger, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
B 11.10 Cu on mesocellular siliceous foam-catalyst for the azide-alkyne-cycloaddition under microwave assisted conditions
J. Buchheim, B. Fänhdrich, B. Ondruschka, P. Scholz, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena/D
B 11.11 Ordered mesoporous composite materials and their electrocatalytic activities for water oxidation
X. Deng, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; T. Grewe, H. Tüysüz, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
B 11.12 UiO-type MOFs for catalyst immobilisation
M. Kaposi, M. Cokoja, A. Pöthig, F.E. Kühn, W.A. Herrmann, TU München, Garching b. München/D
B 11.13 Sulfur functionalised ordered mesoporous carbons: comparison of direct sulfur incorporation and post-synthesis sulfur modification
J.P. Schulte, F. Schüth, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
B 11.14 Selectivity control in the oxidative coupling of methane over Mn-Na2WO4-SiO2 catalysts by controlled pore-size variation
B. Eckhardt, R. Schmack, TU Berlin/D; E. Kondratenko, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; R. Kraehnert, TU Berlin/D
B 11.15 CTF-materials and their application in hydroformylation
M. Pilaski, J. Artz, R. Palkovits, RWTH Aachen/D
B 11.16 Synthesis, post-synthesis modifications and catalytic activity of zeolite MCM-22 and its derivatives in direct N2O decomposition
R. Purova, W. Schwieger, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
B 11.17 Estimation of diffusion limitations during ethylation of benzene over conventional and hierarchical composites of H-ZSM-5
E. Saraci, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
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12. Reaction Engineering

B 12.01 Hydroformylation of 1-decene in a thermomorphic multicomponent solvent system: subnetwork analysis, model reduction and parameter estimation
A. Jörke, C. Hamel, S. Triemer, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg/D; G. Kiedorf, MPI für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme, Magdeburg/D; A. Seidel-Morgenstern, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg/D
B 12.02 Kinetik der Hydroformylierung von langkettigen Olefinen in zwei temperaturgesteuerten Mehrphasen-Lösungsmittelsystemen
C. Hamel, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg/D; G. Kiedorf, MPI für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme, Magdeburg/D; J. Markert, A. Jörke, A. Seidel-Morgenstern, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg/D
B 12.03 Advances with Supported Ionic Liquid Phase (SILP) materials for gas-phase hydroformylation of technical C4 feedstock
S. Walter, M. Haumann, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; H. Hahn, R. Franke, Evonik Industries AG, Marl/D; P. Wasserscheid, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
B 12.04 Unusual dependency of butadiene telomerisation with methanol on catalyst type and substrate composition
L. Hopf, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; A. Chartoire, S.P. Nolan, University of St. Andrews/UK; M. Haumann, P. Wasserscheid, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
B 12.05 Developing a laboratory equipment for the investigation of egg-shell catalysts in the selective hydrogenation of acetylene
M. Kuhn, M. Lucas, P. Claus, TU Darmstadt/D
B 12.06 Kinetic studies on the rhodium-catalysed hydroformylation of 1-dodecene in microemulsions
T. Pogrzeba, T. Hamerla, R. Schomäcker, TU Berlin/D
B 12.07 Finite element simulation of the temkin reactor using the selective hydrogenation of acetylene as an example reaction
D. Götz, M. Kuhn, P. Claus, TU Darmstadt/D
B 12.08 Catalytic application of ceramic fibers prepared by phase inversion spinning
E. Reichelt, S. Kaiser, TU Dresden/D; M. Jahn, Fraunhofer IKTS, Dresden/D; A. Michaelis, TU Dresden/D
B 12.09 Direct conversion of ethene to propene on Ni/AlMCM-41
- study of the reaction mechanism

L. Alvarado Perea, T. Wolff, MPI für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme, Magdeburg/D; C. Hamel, Otto von Guericke Universität, Magdeburg/D; A. Seidel-Morgenstern, MPI für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme, Magdeburg/D
B 12.10 Hydroamination of ß-myrcene with morpholine in thermomorphic multicomponent solvent (TMS) systems and transfer to miniplant-scale
A. Behr, T. Färber, A. Willstumpf, TU Dortmund/D
B 12.11 The effect of MoOX structure on the pathways of propene formation in the metathesis of ethylene and 2-butene
T. Hahn, U. Bentrup, E.V. Kondratenko, D. Linke, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 12.12 Reaction engineering for the methanation of carbon dioxide - a modeling study on reactor concepts
D. Schlereth, O. Hinrichsen, TU München, Garching b. München/D
B 12.13 Kinetische Untersuchungen eines 1% Pt/Al2O3-Katalysators zur Dehydrierung von Methylcyclohexan im Mikroreaktor
H. Kreuder, M. Cholewa, P. Pfeifer, R. Dittmeyer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D
B 12.14 Experimental investigations and CFD-modeling of the
saponification reaction in a microreactor and in a tubular reactor

V.G. Khaydarov, E.S. Borovinskaya, W. Reschetilowski, TU Dresden/D
B 12.15 Nanostructured cobalt@zeolite catalysts for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis
N. Kruse, TU Clausthal, Clausthal-Zellerfeld/D; A. Machoke, W. Schwieger, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; R. Güttel, TU Clausthal, Clausthal-Zellerfeld/D
B 12.16 Investigation on low-temperature kinetics of AdBlue©-decomposition in SCR reaction
A. Pacher, P. Keller, M. Tewes, S. Kureti, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D
B 12.17 Modeling of tubular flow reactors with different catalyst packings for the production of sorbitol
S. Haase, TU Dresden/D; F. Hackl, MicrobEnergy, Schwandorf/D; T. Bauer, R. Lange, TU Dresden/D
B 12.18 Single stage dimethyl ether synthesis from biomass derived syngas
T. Henrich, J. Abeln, J. Sauer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)/D
B 12.19 Deactivation and regeneration behaviour of zeolite catalysts at catalytic cracking of lignites
L. Riedel, J. Knothe, T. Hahn, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg/D; T. Nägler, J. Zimmermann, S. Nowak, M. Seitz, Hochschule Merseburg/D
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13. Selective Hydrogenation / Dehydrogenation

B 13.01 Continuous reaction process for producing cyclohexene by the selective hydrogenation of benzene
H. Spod, M. Lucas, P. Claus, TU Darmstadt/D
B 13.02 Gas phase hydrogenation of levulinic acid to gamma-valerolactone
J. Schütz, W. Bonrath, DSM Nutritional Products, Basel/CH; M. Castelijns, R. Guit, J.G. de Vries, DSM Innovative Synthesis, Geleen/NL
B 13.03 Ruthenium nanoparticles coated with thin films of ionic liquid - SCILL catalysed hydrogenation of toluene
M. Williams, A. Schönweiz, M. Haumann, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; N.C. Antonels, R. Meijboom, University of Johannesburg/ZA
B 13.04 Selective Hydrogenation of 1,3-butadiene - improving the selectivity to butene with a Solid Catalyst with Ionic Liquid Layer (SCILL)
T. Mangartz, L. Häcker, W. Korth, C. Kern, A. Jess, Universität Bayreuth/D
B 13.05 Heterogeneous catalyst system for the synthesis of menthol
J. Plößer, M. Lucas, P. Claus, TU Darmstadt/D
B 13.06 Surface nitrogen on carbon nanotubes influences supported Pd and Pt catalysts differently in hydrogenation reactions
P. Chen, L. Chew, W. Xia, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
B 13.07 Potential use of metal nanoparticles functionalised with hydrophilic, chiral ligands as stereoselective, heterogeneous catalysts
S. Kunz, Universität Bremen/D; M.M. Maturi, O. Ackermann, P. Schreiber, M. Ludwig, M. Tschurl, U. Heiz, TU München, Garching b. München/D
B 13.08 Ethylene diamine bisborane for metal-free and metal-catalysed chemoselective hydrogenation reactions
S. Sahler, M. Scott, C. Gedig, M.H.G. Prechtl, Universität zu Köln/D
B 13.09 Catalytic conversion of hydrogen with carbon dioxide in liquefied carbon dioxide
B. Kommoß, H. Vogel, TU Darmstadt/D
B 13.10 Catalytic conversion of sterically demanding esters into their alcohols by hydrogenation
J. Deutsch, A. Köckritz, A. Martin, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; S. Doerfelt, J. Jimenez Pinto, Miltitz Aromatics GmbH, Bitterfeld-Wolfen/D
B 13.11 Ionic liquid supported ruthenium nanoparticles as catalysts towards the partial benzene hydrogenation
P. Wand, C. Gedig, Universität zu Köln/D; J.D. Scholten, J. Dupont, University do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre/BR; M.H.G. Prechtl, Universität zu Köln/D
B 13.12 Parameters affecting the heterogeneously catalysed hydrogenation of CO2 to formic acid
C.M. Wilke, M. Lucas, P. Claus, TU Darmstadt/D
B 13.13 Ultrasound- and microwave-assisted preparation of Pd-catalysts for the selective hydrogenation of alkynes to alkenes
W. Bonrath, DSM Nutritional Products Ltd., Basel/CH; Z. Wu, E. Borretto, G. Cravotto, Università di Torino/I; J. Medlock, DSM Nutritional Products Ltd., Basel/CH
B 13.14 Mechanistic insight into the catalytic dehydrogenation of alcohols and the effect of water
J.-H. Choi, L.E. Heim, M.H.G. Prechtl, Universität zu Köln/D
B 13.15 Eisenkatalysierte CO2-Hydrierung zu Kohlenwasserstoffen in kondensierter Phase
C. Mokou, H. Vogel, TU Darmstadt/D
B 13.16 Kinetic investigation of carbon dioxide hydrogenation on different active components
C. Wilhelm, S. Ernst, TU Kaiserslautern/D
B 13.17 Selective iron-catalysed hydrogenation of alkynes in ionic liquids
T.N. Gieshoff, A. Jacobi von Wangelin, Universität Regensburg/D
B 13.18 Support and particle size effects on the hydrogenation of CO2 to methanol on oxide-supported Au catalysts
Y. Hartadi, D. Widmann, R.J. Behm, Universität Ulm/D
B 13.19 About the graphitic nature of ZnO overgrowth of Cu/ZnO/Al2O3 industrial catalyst for methanol synthesis
T. Lunkenbein, J. Schumann, M. Behrens, R. Schlögl, M. Willinger, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
B 13.20 Supported palladium nanoparticles as selective hydrogenation catalysts
T. Montsch, M. Heuchel, Y. Traa, C. Stubenrauch, E. Klemm, Universität Stuttgart/D
B 13.21 Supported Pt NPs as selective nitrobenzene hydrogenation catalysts
E.H. Boymans, D. Vogt, University of Edinburgh/UK; P.T. Witte, BASF Nederland B.V., De Meern/NL
B 13.22 Activity and selectivity studies of molydenum carbide in hydrogenation applications
V. Kolb, B.J.M Etzold, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
B 13.23 Mechanistic insights from transient changes of the water content during the selective methanation of CO over a Ru/gamma-Al2O3 catalyst
A.M. Abdel-Mageed, S. Eckle, D. Widmann, R.J. Behm, Universität Ulm/D
B 13.24 Alcohol synthesis by catalytic hydrogenation of CO over
Rh-Co/CNTs

Z. Xie, B. Frank, X. Huang, R. Schlögl, A. Trunschke, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
B 13.25 Mass-transport investigations on the hydrogenation of p-nitrophenol to p-aminophenol over supported Pt-catalysts
M. Goepel, M. Al-Naji, P. With, C. Carrozza, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
B 13.26 Immobilisation of Ru/triphos catalysts for continuous flow amide hydrogenation
M.J. Schneider, J. Coetzee, University of St. Andrews/UK; P. Wasserscheid, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; D.J. Cole-Hamilton, University of St. Andrews/UK
B 13.27 Organo-catalytic supported hydrodechlorination of chloroboranes as part of the conversion of BN and BNH-polymers back to their precursors
F. Mertens, C. Reller, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D
B 13.28 Methanol from CO2 by organo-Co-catalysis - CO2 capture and hydrogenation linked into one process step
F. Mertens, C. Reller, M. Pöge, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D
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14. Selective Oxidation / Reduction

B 14.01 Adding value from biomass using polyoxometalates as selective homogeneous catalysts
J. Albert, A. Bösmann, P. Wasserscheid, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
B 14.02 Selective room temperature reduction of CO2 with silanes over Pt nanoparticles immobilised on a polymeric monolithic support
V. Taori, R. Bandari, M.R. Buchmeiser, Universität Stuttgart/D
B 14.03 Synthesis and characterisation of bismuth tungstate-supported molybdena catalysts for the oxidative dehydrogenation of 1-butene
A. Dittmer, F. Yang, M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
B 14.04 Interaction of the acetate promoter with bimetallic PdAu catalysts for the gas phase vinyl acetate synthesis
E.K. Hanrieder, A. Jentys, J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching b. München/D
B 14.05 Liquid-phase short-chain alcohol oxidation investigated by ATR-IR spectroscopy and autoclave batch experiments
A. Lüken, D. Heeskens, W. Dong, J. Strunk, M. Muhler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
B 14.06 Properties of the oxygen surface species on the Na2WO4/Mn/SiO2 catalyst
V. Fleischer, B. Beck, R. Schomäcker, TU Berlin/D
B 14.07 Selective reductive amination of carbonyl compounds with amines using Co3O4@C-Nx catalyst
S. Pisiewicz, T. Stemmler, K. Junge, M. Beller, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 14.08 General catalytic methylation of amines with formic acid under mild reaction conditions
I. Sorribes, K. Junge, M. Beller, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 14.09 Reaction pathways in the gas phase acetoxylation of toluene over Pd-Sb/TiO2 catalyst
S. Reining, E.V. Kondratenko, N.V. Kalevaru, A. Martin, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 14.10 Selective oxidation of methane with the Periana system: increasing the catalytic activity by orders of magnitude
T. Zimmermann, M. Soorholtz, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D; R. Palkovits, RWTH Aachen/D; F. Schüth, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D
B 14.11 Vergleichende Aktivitätsstudie der Acrolein- und Methacrolein-Partialoxidation an Mo/V/W-Mischoxiden
N. Menning, TU Darmstadt/D; C. Schmitt, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D; A. Drochner, H. Vogel, TU Darmstadt/D
B 14.12 Copper-mediated bimetallic asymmetric catalysis
T. Böhnisch, S. Dechert, F. Meyer, Georg-August Universität Göttingen/D
B 14.13 VOX catalysts supported on Ti funtionalised SBA-15 in the selective oxidation of methane
E. Schönborn, G. Georgi, N.V. Kalevaru, S. Wohlrab, A. Martin, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 14.14 A combined catalyst and oxygen carrier system for the processing of tar containing gases from a wood gasification process
R. Kriegel, J. Richter, Fraunhofer IKTS, Hermsdorf/D; H. Jahnecke, Haase Enegietechnik GmbH, Neumünster/D; M. Beckmann, D. Böhning, TU Dresden/D; M. Müller, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH/D
B 14.15 Local imaging and measuring of distortions in the oxygen sub-lattice of complex mixed oxides
T. Lunkenbein, F. Girgsdies, J. Noack, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D; A. Yasuhara, Jeol Company, Tokyo/J; A. Trunschke, R. Schlögl, M. Willinger, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
B 14.16 Kinetic isotope effects and isotopic labelling during selective oxidation of propane
P. Kube, B. Frank, C. Sprung, R. Schlögl, A. Trunschke, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
B 14.17 Tuning selectivity in the selective oxidation of propane of silica supported MoV mixed oxide catalysts
P.K. Nielsen, B. Frank, R. Schlögl, A. Trunschke, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
B 14.18 On the mechanism of surface electron exchange in selective alkane oxidation catalysts
M. Eichelbaum, C. Heine, M. Hävecker, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D; F. Rosowski, BasCat UniCat BASF JointLab, TU Berlin/D; A. Trunschke, R. Schlögl, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
B 14.19 Activity of differently pretreated manganese molybdates in selective oxidation of propane
M. Jastak, A. Trunschke, R. Schlögl, Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin/D
B 14.20 Simulationsstudie über die Aktivitätshysterese
bei der Acroleinoxidation an Mo/V/W-Mischoxiden

S. Knoche, A. Drochner, N. Menning, H. Vogel, TU Darmstadt/D
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15. Catalysis for Polymer Synthesis

B 15.01 Tridentate zinc ß-Ketiminate complexes for polymerisation catalysis
C. Scheiper, S. Schulz, D. Dittrich, Universität Duisburg- Essen/D; J. Roll, Westfälische Hochschule, Recklinghausen/D
B 15.02 Approach towards sustainable green polycarbonates
J. Diebler, M. Reckers, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D; I. Peckermann, C. Gürtler, Bayer MaterialScience AG, Leverkusen/D; T. Werner, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 15.03 Novel catalytic system for the synthesis of polycarbonates utilizing carbon dioxide
C. Wulf, W. Desens, T. Werner, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 15.04 Influence of bis-urea derivatives on zinc catalysed copolymerisation of cyclohexene oxide and CO2
A. Pommeres, T. Werner, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
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16. Miscellaneous

B 16.01 Acyloin formation under hydroformylation conditions -
the development of a sustainable atom efficient tandem catalysis

K.A. Ostrowski, T.A. Faßbach, A.J. Vorholt, A. Behr, TU Dortmund/D
B 16.02 C-N-bond formation reactions with nanoscale Cu2O-catalyst in ionic liquids
M.T. Keßler, S. Robke, C. Gedig, S. Sahler, M.H.G. Prechtl, Universität zu Köln/D
B 16.03 Highly selective dimerisation and trimerisation of isobutene to linearly linked products using nickel catalysts
A. Behr, N. Rentmeister, T. Seidensticker, TU Dortmund/D; S. Peitz, D. Maschmeyer, Evonik Industries AG, Marl/D
B 16.04 A novel rhodium catalysed hydroformylation of cyclopentadiene
A. Behr, D. Levikov, TU Dortmund/D
B 16.05 Open cell metal foams in catalysis: thermo-fluid dynamics and technical optimisation
T. Horneber, C. Rauh, TU Berlin/D; A. Delgado, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
B 16.06 Investigations to improve the analysis of TAP pulse experiments - a pulse width problem
M. Galinsky, U. Sénéchal, C. Breitkopf, TU Dresden/D
B 16.07 Kinetic modeling of hexene cracking
T. von Aretin, O. Hinrichsen, TU München, Garching b. München/D
B 16.08 Influence of Ni on the active sites of MoS2/-Al2O3 and the activity for hydrogenation of phenanthrene
E. Schachtl, E. Wuttke, J. Hein, O.Y. Gutiérrez, J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching b. München/D
B 16.09 Characterisation of oxygen containing groups on carbon nanotubes by Boehm-Titration
J. Schönherr, P. Traber, P. Scholz, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena/D
B 16.10 On the origin of the high CO oxidation activity over meso-porous Au/Mg(OH)2 at low temperatures
Y. Wang, D. Widmann, F. Lehnert, Universität Ulm/D; D. Gu, F. Schüth, MPI für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr/D; R.J. Behm, Universität Ulm/D
B 16.11 Fluxionality of Xantphos-type ligands in catalytically active RuHCl(CO)(PPh3)(L) complexes
D. Pingen, D. Vogt, University of Edinburgh/UK
B 16.12 Enhancing effect of CaO on ethene and 2-butene metathesis over supported catalysts with differently structured MoOx
V. Goelden, D. Linke, E.V. Kondratenko, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V., Rostock/D
B 16.13 Understanding of hydrodenitrogenation on unsupported Ni-Mo, Ni-W and Ni-Mo-W sulfide catalysts
J. Hein, O.Y. Gutiérrez, E. Schachtl, J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching b. München/D
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