Posterprogramm

in unsortierter Reihenfolge. Die Posternummern werden Mitte Januar vergeben.

P 001 Enhancing solubility of carbamazepine via adsorption in mesoporous silica materials
C. Kohr, M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D
P 002 Fabrication of mesoporous magnetic nanocomposites for enzyme immobilization
Z. Zhou, S.Y. Liu, H.X. Bao, V. Lobaz, R.N. Klupp Taylor, M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D
P 003 Application of modified porous silica supports for immobilization of oxydases
X. Kostrov, R. Marthala, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D; D. Enke, N. Anders, Universität Leipzig/D; M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D
P 004 Preparation of mesoporous KIT-6/CsTaWO6 composites via hard-templating for photocatalytic applications
R. Marschall, Universität Gießen/D
P 005 From macropores to mesopores: three-dimensional morphology of hierarchical porous solids by advanced electron microscopy
D. Stoeckel, Universität Giessen/D; C. Kübel, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie - KIT/D; U. Tallarek, Universität Marburg/D; B.M. Smarsly, Universität Giessen/D
P 006 Coherent analysis of disordered mesoporous adsorbents using small angle x-ray scattering and physisorption experiments
D. Stoeckel, Universität Giessen/D; D. Wallacher, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB)/D; G. A. Zickler, Montanuniversität Leoben/A; U. Tallarek, Universität Marburg/D; B.M. Smarsly, Universität Giessen/D
P 007 "Porganics I": peptide-based catalysis meets macro- / mesoporous monolithic silica
M. von der Lehr, S.M.M. Schuler, P.R. Schreiner, B.M. Smarsly, Universität Giessen/D
P 008 "Porganics II": continuous flow Diels-Alder reactions with a MacMillan-type catalyst immobilized on monolithic silica supports
M. von der Lehr, S.M.M. Schuler, P.R. Schreiner, B.M. Smarsly, Universität Giessen/D
P 009 Phenyl-modified silica monoliths with simultaneously improved selectivity and morphology
R. Meinusch, Universität Giessen/D; K. Hormann, Universität Marburg/D; R. Hakim, Air LIQUIDE Forschung & Entwicklung, Frankfurt am Main/D; U. Tallarek, Universität Marburg/D; B.M. Smarsly, Universität Giessen/D
P 010 Influence of the surface energy of porous glass on the crystallization behaviour of encapsulated polymorphic pharmaceuticals
N. Sonnenberger, M. Beiner, Universität Halle-Wittenberg und Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoffmechanik IWM, Halle/D
P 011 Investigation of nanostructures of mesoporous materials using SAXS
B. Arlt, Anton Paar Germany GmbH, Ostfildern/D
P 012 Dye functionalized mesoporous silica hybrids
M. Börgardts, T.J.J Müller, Universität Düsselorf/D
P 013 Hollow capsules based on periodic mesoporous organosilica - soft templating: a new synthesis strategy
T. Simon, M. Fröba, Universität Hamburg/D
P 014 Solid core/mesoporous shell silica spheres: variation of size and shell-thickness
A. Juhl, B. Ufer, M. Fröba, Universität Hamburg/D
P 015 Mesoporous silica nanoparticles with a pH-sensitive stimulus-response system for controlled drug delivery
H. Fullriede, Universität Hannover/D; N. Timpe, TU Braunschweig/D; L. Borchers, S. Grade, M. Stiesch, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover/D; H. Menzel, TU Braunschweig/D; P. Behrens, Universität Hannover/D
P 016 Modifications of Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas (PMOs)
D. Schaffner, W.R. Thiel, TU Kaiserslautern/D
P 017 Supported bimetallic catalyst by reactive deposition in supercritical carbon dioxide
P. With, M. Marx, S. Dietrich, D. Krötschel, M. Kapsrick, C. Carrozza, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
P 018 Study of two different impregnation methods for the synthesis of salt/SBA-15-composites
S. Gebhardt, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
P 019 Synthesis, characterization and modification of mesocellular foams for the immobilization of the monooxygenase P450 BM3
K. Thiele, Universität Leipzig/D; S. Biemann, Universität Düsseldorf/D; W.-D. Einicke, Universität Leipzig/D; V. Urlacher, Universität Düsseldorf/D; R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
P 020 Synthesis of novel meso/macroporous glass-ceramics via phase separation and selective leaching
A. Barascu, P. Henatsch, M. Herbon, D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D
P 021 Structure and stability of organosilane coupling agents anchored on silica materials
S. Czihal, N. Anders, S. Wassersleben, F. Bauer, W.-D. Einicke, R. Gläser, D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D
P 022 Synthesis of silica monoliths with hierarchical pore structure by sintering and selective leaching
B. Reinhardt, H. Uhlig, J. Herwig, S. Wagner, D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D
P 023 Inverse silicon carbide replica of porous glasses
C. Hoffmann, TU Dresden/D; B. Reinhardt, D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D; S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P 024 Matrix metalloproteinase responsive mesoporous silica nanocarriers for site-specific drug release in lung tumors
C. Argyo, Universität München/D; D.A. Bölükbas, O. Eikelberg, S. Meiners, S. van Rijt, Universität München/D und Helmholtz Zentrum München/D; T. Bein, Universität München/D
P 025 Tuning the porosity and morphology of mesoporous silica nanoparticles
A. Schmidt, M. Lichtnecker, C. Argyo, C. von Schirnding, K. Bader, T. Bein, Universität München/D
P 026 Synthesis strategy for amorphous mesoporous apatite nanoparticles
C. von Schirnding, Universität München/D
P 027 Modified porous glass beads as stationary phase of a preparative separation process for volatile anaesthetic gases
T. Munkelt, C. Hamel, Universität Magdeburg/D; C. Küster, C. Chmelik, D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D; A. Seidel-Morgenstern, Universität Magdeburg/D
P 028 Photocatalytic degradation of the drug Diclofenac and of dichlorphenol with mesoporous TiO2 thin films
G. Dodekatos, A. Meyer, M. Wark, Universität Oldenburg/D
P 029 Synthesis and characterization of cubic mesoporous silica with small pore diameter
C.F. Seidler, Universität Oldenburg/D; R. Marschall, Universität Giessen/D; M. Wark, Universität Oldenburg/D
P 030 Determination of the free energy of formation of silicic acid species at standard conditions
J. Tamahrajah, D. Rosenkranz, A. Brehm, T. Klüner, C. Lasar, Universität Oldenburg/D
P 031 Influence of ligands in the micelle-templated synthesis of mesoporous ZnO via carbonate route
R. Schmack, B. Eckhardt, R. Kraehnert, TU Berlin/D
P 032 Virtual prototyping and optimization of catalyst pore-systems by a combined synthetic, analytical and computational approach
V. Novák, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague/CZ; E. Ortel, TU Berlin/D; B. Winter, B. Butz, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D; B. Paul, TU Berlin/D; M. Marek, P. Kocí, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague/CZ; E. Spiecker, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D; R. Kraehnert, TU Berlin/D
P 033 IrO2 and Ir/TiOx catalysts with micelle-controlled pore structure for electro-chemical oxygen evolution (OER)
M. Bernicke, D. Bernsmeier, E. Ortel, R. Kraehnert, TU Berlin/D
P 034 Synthesis strategies for a rational design of micelle-templated mesoporous catalytic coatings
E. Ortel, D. Bernsmeier, B. Paul, R. Kraehnert, TU Berlin/D
P 035 Preparation of high surface area metal oxides for catalytic applications
M. Klapproth, A. Thomas, T. Otremba, TU Berlin/D; F. Rosowski, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D und TU Berlin/D
P 036 Novel functionalized materials for CO2 capture
Y. Martynova, E. Ball, A. Jentys, J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching/D
P 037 A mechanistic study of amine impregnated sorbents for post combustion applications
M.W. Hahn, M. Steib, A. Jentys, J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching/D
P 038 Multifunctional mesoporous silica nanoparticles for targeting of leukaemia stem cells
M. Beck, Universität Ulm/D; T. Mandal, Universitätsklinikum Ulm/D; L. Bergman, Universität Ulm/D; C. Buske, Universitätsklinikum Ulm/D; M. Lindén, Universität Ulm/D
P 039 Mesoporous silica nanoparticles as bright PET contrast agents with long half-lives
L. Miller, Universität Ulm/D; B. Baur, G. Winter, S. Reske, Universitätsklinik Ulm/D; M. Lindén, Universität Ulm/D
P 040 Evaluation of the cellular uptake of mesoporous silica nanoparticles from nanoparticle-based films
O. Wiltschka, D. Böcking, Universität Ulm/D; C. Sahlgren, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven/NL; M. Linden, Universität Ulm/D
P 041 Hollow mesoporous silica spheres as 19F-MRI imaging agents
A. Pochert], [F. Pascher, I. Vernikouskaya, Universität Ulm/D; D. Stiller, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KG, Biberach/D; V. Rasche, M. Lindén, Universität Ulm/D
P 042 Large hollow mesoporous spheres for sulphur incorporation
A. Pochert], [S. Ziller, M. Lindén, Universität Ulm/D
P 043 Syntheses of microporous carbon and mesoporous metal oxides by twin polymerization - experiment and theory
P. Kitschke, A. Seifert, S. Spange, M. Mehring, TU Chemnitz/D; A.A. Auer, Max-Planck-Institut für Chemische Energiekonversion, Mühlheim an der Ruhr/D
P 044 Tin oxide nanoparticles and porous SnO2/SiO2 hybrid materials by twin polymerization starting from tin(IV) alkoxides
C. Leonhardt, S. Brumm, M. Mehring, A. Seifert, S. Spange, T. Rüffer, D. Schaarschmidt, H. Lang, N. Jöhrmann, M. Hietschold, F. Simon, TU Chemnitz/D
P 045 Characterisation of porous, silver nanoparticle-doped zirconia membranes by image analysis
C. Lüder, Leibniz Universität Hannover/D
P 046 Synthesis of highly ordered macroporous indium oxide films for photonic applications
S. Amrehn, M. Schneider, K. Huber, M. Tiemann, T. Wagner, Universität Paderborn/D
P 047 Centimeter-sized hierarchically porous metal oxide monoliths as resistive gas sensors
D. Klaus, C. Weinberger, D. Klawinski, Universität Paderborn/D; J.-H. Smått, Åbo Akademi University/FIN; M. Tiemann, T. Wagner, Universität Paderborn/D
P 048 Temperature dependent CO sensing properties of nanoporous Co3O4: identification of different reaction mechanisms
S. Vetter, S. Haffer, M. Tiemann, T. Wagner, Universität Paderborn/D
P 049 Mesoporous cobalt spinels with structure-related magnetic properties
S. Haffer, C. Lüder, Universität Paderborn/D; R. Köferstein, T. Walther, S.G. Ebbinghaus, Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle/D; M. Tiemann, Universität Paderborn/D
P 050 Synthesis of mesoporous alumina through photo cross-linked hydrogels
C. Weinberger, S. Haffer, W. Birnbaum, V. Schill, D. Kuckling, M. Tiemann, Universität Paderborn/D
P 051 Ordered mesoporous carbon with enhanced surface polarity for adsorption of Cu2+ from aqueous solution
C. Weinberger, S. Haffer, T. Wagner, M. Tiemann, Universität Paderborn/D
P 052 Hierarchical carbon monoliths obtained from porous concrete as a template
M. Taubert, J. Beckmann, J. Zimmermann, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Senftenberg/D; A. Lange, D. Enke, Universität Leipzig/D; O. Klepel, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Senftenberg/D
P 053 Carbide-derived carbon aerogels with ultrahigh porosity prepared from polycarbosilane precursors
M. Oschatz, W. Nickel, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P 054 Carbon materials with hierarchical pore structure as versatile electrode materials in lithium-sulphur batteries and EDLCs
M. Oschatz, W. Nickel, L. Borchardt, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P 055 Solid-state NMR studies on adsorption of electrolyte ions in carbon materials with well-defined porosity
M. Oschatz, L. Borchardt, S. Paasch, E. Brunner, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P 056 Wood as biotemplate for hierarchically CDC structures
M. Adam, M. Oschatz, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P 057 Hierarchically structured carbons as carriers for composite materials for thermochemical energy storage
M. Rogaczewski, F. Brieler, M. Fröba, Universität Hamburg/D
P 058 Carbon aluminium composites for future battery applications
P. Kallenberger, B. Ufer, M. Fröba, Universität Hamburg/D
P 059 Hydrogen selective graphite based membranes
A. Schulz, F. Steinbach, J. Caro, Leibniz Universität Hannover/D
P 060 Ionothermal nitrogen-doped carbon electrocatalysts
T. Fellinger, N. Fechler, K. Elumeeva, M. Antonietti, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam/D
P 061 Preparation of nanoporous polymers from renewable resources
Q.B. Meng, J. Weber, Max-Planck-Institut für Kolloid-und Grenzflächenforschung (MPIKG), Potsdam/D
P 062 Mesoporous melamin-formaldehyde resins - shape control and adsorption properties
D. Schwarz, J. Weber, Max-Planck-Institut für Kolloid-und Grenzflächenforschung (MPIKG), Potsdam/D
P 063 From functionalised porphyrins to nanostructured materials
S. Kücken, J.P. Paraknowitsch, A. Thomas, TU Berlin/D
P 064 Donor-acceptor type conjugated microporous polymers (DA-CMPs)
H. Bildirir, T. Wenzel, TU Berlin/D; I. Osken, S. Baslilar, T. Ozturk, Istanbul Technical University/TR; A. Thomas, TU Berlin/D
P 065 Microporous polyimine network for selective CO2 capture
N. Popp, J. Senker, Universität Bayreuth/D
P 066 Nanoporous polymers for selective liquid phase adsorption of HMF
C. Detoni, R. Palkovits, M. Rose, RWTH Aachen/D
P 067 A hydrazone-based covalent organic framework for
photocatalytic hydrogen production

L. Stegbauer, Universität München/D; K. Schwinghammer, Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung, Stuttgart/D; B.V. Lotsch, Universität München and Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung, Stuttgart/D
P 068 Formation of double hydrogen-bond-patterns in mesoporous MOFs via postsynthetic modification
T. Wittmann, J. Senker, Universität Bayreuth/D
P 069 Computational studies towards the adsorption of C4 & C5 alkanes on soc-MOF(Sc)
L. Schlechte, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D; T. Düren, University of Edinburgh/UK
P 070 Tailoring of framework connectivity and porosity adjustment in Zr- and Hf-based MOFs
V. Bon, I. Senkovska, TU Dresden/D; M.S. Weiss, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie (HZB)/D; S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P 071 In situ observation of gating phenomena in the flexible PCP SNU-9 in a combined diffraction and gas adsorption experiment
V. Bon, I. Senkovska, TU Dresden/D; D. Wallacher, D.M. Többens, I. Zizak, R. Feyerherm, U. Mueller, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie (HZB)/D; S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P 072 Catalytically active coordination polymer based on a dinuclear rhodium paddle-wheel unit
G. Nickerl, U. Stoeck, S. Senkovska, TU Dresden/D; U. Burkhardt, Max Planck Institut für chemische Physik fester Stoffe, Dresden/D; S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P 073 Integration of accessible secondary metal sites into MOFs for H2S removal
G. Nickerl, TU Dresden/D; M. Leistner, Fraunhofer-Instituts für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS, Dresden/D; S. Helten, V. Bon, I. Senkovska, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P 074 DRIFTS study on the adsorption of nitric oxide in Metal Organic Frameworks at low temperatures
B. Barth, M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D
P 075 Hydrogen storage in Metal-Organic Frameworks via hydride nanoconfinement and gas sorption
S. Glante, M. Fischer, M. Hartmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D
P 076 Multicycle stability investigation of microporous aluminum isophthalate
D. Fröhlich, Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE, Freiburg/D; C. Janiak, Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf/D; S.K. Henninger, Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE, Freiburg/D
P 077 Periodic mesoporous organosilicas as adsorbents of toxic trace gases out of the ambient air
S. Martens, Universität Hamburg/D; R. Ortmann, Universität Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg/D; F. Brieler, Universität Hamburg/D; C. Pasel, Universität Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg/D; Y.J. Lee, Universität Hamburg/D; D. Bathen, Universität Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg/D; M. Fröba, Universität Hamburg/D
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P 078 Investigating the interaction of H2 and CO2 with ZIF-8 and other sod-type ZIFs using dispersion-corrected DFT
M. Fischer, R.G. Bell, University College London/UK
P 079 Zr-MOF/graphite oxide composite materials
P. Zerner, Universität Hannover/D; J. Willkomm, University of Cambridge/UK; T.S. Asche, G. Wißmann, H.-C. Schwarz, P. Behrens, Universität Hannover/D
P 080 Porous interpenetrated Zr-organic frameworks (PIZOFs): Diversity of linker chemistry requires new synthetic strategies
J. Lippke, S. Lilienthal, F. Kempf, A.M. Schneider, P. Behrens, Universität Hannover/D; T. Preuße, A. Godt, Universität Bielefeld/D
P 081 Particle size control of Zr-based metal-organic frameworks by applying the modulation approach
G. Wißmann, H.-A. Schulze, J. Lippke, P. Zerner, P. Behrens, Universität Hannover/D
P 082 A novel SOD-type ZIF with an unusual framework conformation: synthesis, rietveld analysis and DFT-derived energy landscape
S. Springer, M.E. Schweinefuß, M. Wiebcke, Universität Hannover/D; I. Baburin, S. Leoni, TU Dresden/D
P 083 Supported SOD membrane with steam selectivity by a two-step repeated hydrothermal synthesis
N. Wang, Y. Liu, Universität Hannover/D; A. Huang, Ningbo Institute of Material Technology and Engineering/CHN; J. Caro, Universität Hannover/D
P 084 Distinctive features in the adsorption and diffusion characteristics of small paraffins and olefins in MOF Co2(dhtp)
C. Chmelik, Universität Leipzig/D; P.D.C. Dietzel, University of Bergen/N; A. Mundstock, J. Caro, Universität Hannover/D
P 085 Separation of linear and branched C4-hydrocarbons on a new flexible Cu-based MOF
M. Lange, Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie e.V., Leipzig/D; M. Kobalz, Universität Leipzig/D; J. Möllmer, A. Möller, J. Hofmann, R. Gläser, Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie e.V., Leipzig/D; H. Krautscheid, Universität Leipzig/D; R. Staudt, Hochschule Offenburg/D
P 086 A series of flexible triazolyl benzoate based Ag MOFs: synthesis, characterization and adsorption studies
M. Handke, H. Weber, J. Bergmann, Universität Leipzig/D; M. Lange, Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie e.V., Leipzig/D; R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D; R. Staudt, Universität Offenburg/D; H. Krautscheid, Universität Leipzig/D
P 087 A Series of isomorphous Metal-Organic Frameworks with rutile topology
J. Bergmann, M. Handke, M. Kobalz, H. Krautscheid, Universität Leipzig/D
P 088 Crystal structure and properties of paddle wheel-based triazolyl-isophthalate MOFs
M. Kobalz, J. Lincke, D. Lässig, Universität Leipzig/D; M. Lange, J. Möllmer, R. Staudt, Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie e.V., Leipzig/D; R. Gläser, H. Krautscheid, Universität Leipzig/D
P 089 Adsorption of small molecules on MOFs with exposed metal sites: a computational study
A. Mavrantonakis, T. Heine, Jacobs University Bremen/D
P 090 Quantum sieving by tuning host-guest interaction in MOFs with open metal sites
I. Savchenko, A. Mavrantonakis, T. Heine, Jacobs University Bremen/D
P 091 Rapid computational prototyping for Metal-Organic Frameworks
M. Addicoat, N. Vankova, T. Heine, Jacobs University, Bremen/D
P 092 Interaction of water with SURMOF-2: insights from experimental and simulated IR spectra
N. Vankova, T. Heine, Jacobs University Bremen/D; J. Liu, C. Wöll, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie - KIT/D
P 093 Thin films for investigating the mass transfer in MOFs
L. Heinke, Z. Gu, C. Wöll, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie - KIT, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/D
P 094 Aerobic oxidation of alcohols using Metal-Organic Frameworks STA-12 and STA-16 as catalysts
M.A. Gotthardt, Y. Murat, W. Kleist, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie - KIT/D
P 095 The new porous copper phosphonate [Cu3(PPT)(H2O)3]·11H2O
N. Hermer, N. Stock, Universität Kiel/D
P 096 In situ investigation of the formation of CAU-8 - [Al(OH)(O2C-C6H4-C(O)-C6H4-CO2)]
M. Krüger, Universität Kiel/D; H. Reinsch, KU Leuven/B; N. Stock, Universität Kiel/D
P 097 Sorption properties and breathing of the aliphatic Al-MOF [Al(OH)(CDC)]
T. Homburg, F. Niekiel, D. Stehl, N. Stock, Universität zu Kiel/D
P 098 Surface modified CAU-10 MOF: influence on water uptake and application as capacitive humidity sensor
A. Weiß, Universität Paderborn/D; N. Reimer, S. Leubner, N. Stock, Universität zu Kiel/D; M. Tiemann, T. Wagner, Universität Paderborn/D
P 099 Post-synthetic modification of MOF nanoparticles for use in photonic crystal sensors
O.A. von Mankowski, B.V. Lotsch, Universität München/D
P 100 MOF-based core-shell nanoparticles for biomedical applications
A. Zimpel, T. Preiss, M. Hossann, L.H. Lindner, J. Rädler, T. Bein, S. Wuttke, Universität München/D
P 101 Postsynthetic modification of an imine-based covalent organic framework with nitro functional groups
M.S. Lohse, G. Naudin, D.D. Medina, H. Hintz, S. Wuttke, T. Bein, Universität München/D
P 102 Chemiluminescence and water stability experiments in a series of UiO-68 structures
E. Mühlbauer, S. Wuttke, B. Rühle, F. Hinterholzinger, Universität München/D; P. Roy, A. Godt, Universität Bielefeld/D; T. Bein, Universität München/D
P 103 Influence of the structure of metal-organic frameworks on the catalytic hydroformylation of olefins over Rh@MOFs
T. Vu, H. Kosslick, A. Schulz, Universität Rostock/D
P 104 Direct growth of MIL-100(Fe) on a silane modified glass surface
A. Lieb, S. Ratteisen, F. Scheffler, Universität Magdeburg/D
P 105 Binder-based manufacturing of monoliths and coatings of the mesoporous coordination polymer MIL-101(Cr)
R. Franke, C. Bauer, F. Scheffler, A. Lieb, Universität Magdeburg/D
P 106 Modified MIL-101(Cr) MOFs for adsorptive energy storage
J.G. Eggebrecht, S. Proemmel, J. Willkomm, F. Scheffler, A. Lieb, Universität Magdeburg/D
P 107 X-ray spectroscopy and metal organic frameworks
R. Schoch, V. Muntean, M. Bauer, Universität Paderborn/D
P 108 Direct crystallization of silicoaluminophosphates onto the surface of open-celled ceramic foams
C. Bauer, F. Scheffler, M. Schwidder, Universität Magdeburg/D
P 109 Analysis of lattice defects in silica zeolites of the structure type MFI
I. Großkreuz, B. Marler, H. Gies, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
P 110 RUB-12: a new lithosilicate zeolite with a framework structure constructed exclusively from spiro-5 building units
B. Marler, A. Grünewald-Lüke, H. Gies, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D
P 111 Zeolite encapsulated Co3O4-nanoparticles via stepwise synthesis strategy
N. Kruse, TU Clausthal/D; A. Machoke, W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; R. Güttel, TU Clausthal/D
P 112 Surfactant assisted desilication of zeolites for the generation of accessible hierarchical pore structures
T. Biemelt, F. Schmidt, C. Selzer, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P 113 Hierarchical zeolites derived by desilication and re-assembly in the presence of cationic quarternary ammonium surfactants
T. Biemelt, F. Schmidt, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P 114 A study on the application of desilicated zeolite beta in the benzylation of benzene using a full factorial design
A. Werner, S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
P 115 Development of heat conducting zeolite/polymer composite materials for heat transformation applications
M. Hinze, F. Ranft, D. Drummer, W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D
P 116 ZSM-5 crystallization on glass beads: comparison of two synthesis routes
J. Welscher, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D; S. Nowak, M. Seitz, Hochschule Merseburg/D; W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D
P 117 BEA containing zeolite membranes prepared by an organo template free synthesis route
S. Reuß, M. Bartesch, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D; M. Mokhtar, S.A. Al-Thabaiti, S.N. Basahel, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah/SAR; W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D
P 118 Zeolite membranes preparation: the impact of different SAPO-34 crystal sizes on the membrane properties
M. Bartesch, S. Reuß, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D; S.A. Al-Thabaiti, A.Y. Obaid, A.O. Al-Youbi, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah/SAR; W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D
P 119 Hierarchical bifunctional catalysts for single-stage synthesis of DME in microreactors - synthesis and preparation of the catalysts
S. Lee, W. Ding, P. Pfeifer, R. Dittmeyer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie - KIT, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/D; M. Klumpp, S. Reuß, W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D
P 120 Hierarchical bifunctional catalysts for single-stage synthesis of DME in microreactors - modeling and simulation of the catalysts
W. Ding, S. Lee, P. Pfeifer, R. Dittmeyer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie - KIT, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/D; M. Klumpp, S. Reuß, W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen/D
P 121 The importance of hierarchical zeolites for gasoline synthesis
T.N. Otto, M. Zimmermann, S. Pitter, J. Sauer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie - KIT, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/D
P 122 The HPPO Process - a novel route to propylene oxide
F. Schmidt, H. Morell, M. Pascaly, Evonik Industries AG, Hanau-Wolfgang/D
P 123 Heat storage by zeolites: a small scale demonstration
P. Elsner, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie - KIT/D; B. Epple, H.P. Kollmeier, S. Merkel, A. Simsek, W. Eckl, S. Pappert, J. Neutz, Fraunhofer Institut Chemische Technologie, Pfinztal/D
P 124 Model-based evaluation of adsorption heat storage for combined heat and power
S. Graf, H. Schreiber, A. Bardow, RWTH Aachen/D
P 125 Structure investigation of a sulphur containing hydroxysodalite without chromophores like sulphur radical anions
C. Günther, H. Richter, I. Voigt, Fraunhofer-Institut für Keramische Technologien und Systeme IKTS, Hermsdorf/D; A. Michaelis, TU Dresden/D; H. Tzscheutschler, R. Krause-Rehberg, Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle/D
P 126 Molecular sieving through Interlayer galleries
Y. Liu, N.Y. Wang, Z.W. Cao, J. Caro, Universität Hannover/D
P 127 Absolute acidities of two-dimensional aluminosilicates -
QM/MM approach

M. Rybicki, J. Sauer, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin/D
P 128 Probing bridging hydroxyls of two-dimensional zeolites
F.D. Fischer, J. Sauer, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin/D
P 129 Hydration and hydrolisis in dealumination and desilicaction of two-dimensional zeolites
I. Goikoetxea, J. Sauer, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin/D
P 130 Synthesis of Ca-birnessite as a potential electrocatalyst for water oxidation
R. Arndt, R. Gläser, Universität Leipzig/D
P 131 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
P 132 Selective partial oxidation of methane over Cu-MOR- Study of the impact of the zeolite matrix
S. Grundner, M. Markovits, M. Sanchez-Sanchez, TU München, Garching/D; A. van Veen, University of Warwick/UK; J.A. Lercher, TU München, Garching/D
P 133 New approaches in material development for low temperature driven thermochemical systems
T. Herzog, J. Jänchen, TH Wildau, Berlin/D; E.M. Kontogeorgopoulos, InvenSor GmbH, Berlin/D; W. Lutz, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Berlin/D
P 134 NMR study of self-diffusion of methane and carbon dioxide in ZSM-58
T. Splith, F. Stallmach, Universität Leipzig/D; B.T.L. Bleken, K.P. Lillerud, University of Oslo/N
P 135 SU-65: a flexible orientation framework isomer of the open-framework germanate ASU-16
A.K. Inge, Stockholm University/S and Universität Kiel/D; K.E. Christensen, Diamond Light Source Ltd, Didcot/UK and University of Oxford/UK; T. Willhammar, L. Samain, X. Zou, Stockholm University/S
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