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Combined NMR and Theoretical Investigation of Alkylation Reactions on Solid Acids
Grant Number R826122
RFA: Technology for a Sustainable Environment (1997)

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Journal Article (5)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Journal Article Fu H, Song W, Haw JF. Polycyclic aromatics formation in HSAPO-34 during methanol-to-olefin catalysis: ex situ characterization after cryogenic grinding. Catalysis Letters 2001, Volume: 76, Number: 1-2, Page: 89-94. R826122 (Final)
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Journal Article Haw JF, Xu T. NMR studies of solid acidity. In: Eley DD, Haag WO, Gates BC, Knozinger H, eds. Advances in Catalysis. Volume 42. San Diego: Academic Press, 1998;115-180. R826122 (Final)
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Journal Article Haw JF, Zhang J, Shimizu K, Venkatraman TN, Luigi D.-P, Song W, Barich DH, Nicholas JB. NMR and theoretical study of acidity probes on sulfated zirconia catalysts. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2000;122(50):12561-12570. R826122 (Final)
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Journal Article Song WG, Nicholas JB, Sassi A, Haw JF. Synthesis of the heptamethylbenzenium cation in zeolite-beta: in situ NMR and theory. Catalysis Letters 2002;81(1-2):49-53 R826122 (Final)
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Journal Article Zhang JH, Nicholas JB, Haw JF. NMR and theoretical study of acid sites formed by adsorption of SO3 onto oxide surfaces. Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 2000;39(18):3302-+ R826122 (Final)
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