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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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Book Chapter (1)
Journal Article (5)
Patent/Patent Application (1)
Presentation (8)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Book Chapter Haw JF, Xu T, Eley DD, Haag WO, Gates BC, Knoezinger H. NMR studies of solid acidity. Academic Press, San Diego, CA. 1998/04/06/:115-180
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R826122 (Final)
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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
abstract available    
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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Patent/Patent Application Haw JF, Song W. Ship-in-a-bottle catalysts. 2002;(Patent appl. no. 20020183577)
abstract available    
R826122 (Final)
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Presentation Haw JF. Catalysis in zeolites: the interaction between theory and experiment. Presented at the Oak Ridge National Laboratories, November 1999.
R826122 (Final)
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Presentation Haw JF. Computational science: new advances and recent applications. Presented at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, Richland, WA, July 1999.
R826122 (Final)
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Presentation Haw JF. Fundamental studies of chemistry on solid acids. Presented at the University of Southern California, Solid Acid Catalysis (A Kimbrough Symposium), January 2000.
R826122 (Final)
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Presentation Haw JF. In situ NMR and ab initio studies of zeolite acidity. Presented at the 215th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Dallas, TX, April 1998.
R826122 (Final)
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Presentation Haw JF. In situ NMR and the mechanism of hydrocarbon synthesis on zeolites. Presented at the Catalysis Club of Chicago, Chicago, IL, November 1998.
R826122 (Final)
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Presentation Haw JF. In situ NMR of catalysis. Presented at the 218th American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, August 1999.
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Presentation Haw JF. NMR and theoretical studies of reactions on solid catalysts. Presented at the 219th American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 2000.
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Presentation Haw JF. Synthesis and NMR characterization of organic reaction centers on solid acid catalysts. Presented at the 219th American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 2000.
R826122 (Final)
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