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Environmentally Benign Photo-Assisted Catalysis Selective Oxidation Reactions in Zeolites
Grant Number R825304
RFA: Technology for a Sustainable Environment (1996)


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Book Chapter (1)
Journal Article (5)
Patent/Patent Application (1)
Presentation (4)
Proceedings (2)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Book Chapter Panov AG, Myli KB, Xiang Y, Grassian VH, Larsen SC, Anastas PT, Heine LG, Williamson TC. Photooxidation of toluene in cation-exchanged zeolites. Chapter 17. American Chemical Society, Washington, DC. 2001/01/15/:206-216 R825304 (Final)
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Journal Article Li P, Xiang Y, Grassian VH, Larsen SC. CO adsorption as a probe of acid sites and the electric field in alkaline earth exchanged zeolite beta using FT-IR and ab initio quantum calculations. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 1999;103(24):5058-5062 R825304 (Final)
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Journal Article Myli KB, Larsen SC, Grassian VH. Selective photooxidation reactions in zeolites X, Y and ZSM-5. Catalysis Letters 1997;48(3--4):199-202 R825304 (Final)
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Journal Article Panov AG, Larsen RG, Totah NI, Larsen SC, Grassian VH. Photooxidation of toluene and p-xylene in cation-exchanged zeolites X, Y, ZSM-5, and beta: The role of zeolite physicochemical properties in product yield and selectivity. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2000;104(24):5706-5714. R825304 (Final)
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Journal Article Panov AG, Myli KB, Xiang Y, Grassian VH, Larsen SC. Photooxidation of toluene in cation-exchanged zeolites. Green Chemical Syntheses and Processes, ACS Symposium Series767. Anastas, P.T; Heine, L.G.; and Williamson, T.C. ed.; American Chemical Society 2000: 206-216. R825304 (Final)
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Journal Article Xiang Y, Larsen SC, Grassian VH. Photooxidation of 1-alkenes in zeolites: A study of the factors that influence product selectivity and formation. Journal of the American Chemical Society 1999;121(21):5063-5072 R825304 (Final)
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Patent/Patent Application Larsen S, Grassian V, Song W, Li G. Synthesis and use of nanocrystalline zeolites. U.S Patent No. 7,858,062, December 28, 2010. R825304 (Final)
R829600 (Final)
R831717 (2007)
R833891 (2010)
Presentation Myli K, Grassian VH, Larsen SC. Selective photooxidation of hydrocarbons in zeolites using visible light. Presented at the Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference, Washington, DC, 1997. R825304 (Final)
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Presentation Panov A. Selective photooxidation of toluene on zeolites. Presented at Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, 1999. R825304 (Final)
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Presentation Xiang Y, Larsen SC, Grassian VH. Photooxidation of 1-alkenes in zeolites. Poster presented at the National ACS Meeting, Boston, MA, 1998. R825304 (Final)
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Presentation Xiang Y, Panov A, Grassian VH, Larsen SC. Photooxidation of toluene and p-xylene in cation-exchanged zeolites. Poster presented at the Gordon Conference on Zeolites and Layered Materials, New Hampshire, 1999. R825304 (Final)
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Proceedings Myli KB, Larsen SC, Grassian VH. Selective photooxidation of hydrocarbons in zeolites using visible light. In: Proceedings of the Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference, June 23-25, 1997. R825304 (Final)
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Proceedings Panov AG, Myli KB, Xiang Y, Grassian VH, Larsen SC. Photooxidation of toluene in cation-exchanged zeolites. Green Chemistry Symposium Series (in press). R825304 (Final)
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