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Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, ISSN 0888-5885, 04/2018, Volume 57, Issue 16, pp. 5495 - 5506
Solid acid/base catalysis in sub- and supercritical water (Sub&SCW) is a promising method to control organic reactions such as biomass conversions to chemicals... 
ELEVATED-TEMPERATURES | ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | SELF-DIFFUSION | LACTIC-ACID PRODUCTION | AQUEOUS-PHASE | ELECTRIC DOUBLE-LAYER | PHOSPHATE CATALYSTS | HOT COMPRESSED WATER | IMPROVED HYDROTHERMAL STABILITY | RUTILE 110 SURFACE | HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSTS
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Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, ISSN 0888-5885, 05/2017, Volume 56, Issue 21, pp. 6204 - 6212
The isomerization of alpha-pinene in hot compressed [GRAPHIC] water (HCW) at 250 degrees C and 7 MPa using TiO2 and W0(x)/TiO2 catalysts was investigated. In... 
TRANSFORMATION | ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | BETA-PINENE | TEMPERATURE | SUPERCRITICAL WATER | CAMPHENE | LIQUID | ZEOLITES | GAMMA-TERPINENE | FORMULATION | HYDRATION
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The Journal of Supercritical Fluids, ISSN 0896-8446, 11/2018, Volume 141, pp. 173 - 181
[Display omitted] •The acidities of TiO2, Nb2O5, and NbOX/TiO2 in supercritical water were investigated.•Langmuir-Hinshelwood model can explain the competitive... 
Metal oxides | Acidity | Water properties | Solid acid catalysis | Supercritical water | GLYCEROL | STABILITY | CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL | FORMULATION | NIOBIUM OXIDE | DENSITY | ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | DEHYDRATION
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Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, ISSN 0888-5885, 10/2017, Volume 56, Issue 42, pp. 12111 - 12118
The kinetics of aldol condensation between acetone and benzaldehyde catalyzed by Mg­(OH)2 in sub- and supercritical water at various temperatures (250–450 °C)... 
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Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, ISSN 0888-5885, 04/2015, Volume 54, Issue 14, pp. 3611 - 3617
Hydrolysis reactions of N-substituted amides in hot compressed water with ZrO2 were investigated. ZrO2 was used as a typical solid base catalyst. Through the... 
OXIDATION | ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | ACETAMIDE | ACID | NITRILES | WASTE-WATER | SUPERCRITICAL WATER | REACTANT | TIO2
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Fuel, ISSN 0016-2361, 08/2018, Volume 225, pp. 161 - 173
[Display omitted] •In-situ upgrading of heavy oil in supercritical water (SCW) in the presence of formic acid.•Study on selecting the best equation of state... 
Heavy oil upgrading | LK-Plöcker EoS | Thermodynamic simulation | Supercritical water | Isotope labeling technique | Thermodynamics | Heavy water | Computer-generated environments | Computer simulation | Hydrogen | Donations | Formic acid | Organic acids
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Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, ISSN 0888-5885, 10/2016, Volume 55, Issue 39, pp. 10243 - 10250
The catalytic effect of an SUS316 reactor surface on the hydrolysis of benzamide in sub- and supercritical water was investigated at 350–450 °C and 25–65 MPa.... 
OXIDATION | DENSITY | ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | ACETAMIDE | WALL | ACID | MECHANISM | HIGH-TEMPERATURE WATER | KINETICS | FORMULATION
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Journal of Supercritical Fluids, ISSN 0896-8446, 2013, Volume 84, pp. 36 - 42
The effects of water density on the acid-catalytic properties of TiO and WO /TiO catalysts in supercritical water at 400 C were investigated by using the... 
Glycerol dehydration | Water density | Kinetics | Solid acid | Supercritical water | SURFACE-ACIDITY | ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | FRUCTOSE | MECHANISM | DEHYDRATION | CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL | SUBCRITICAL WATER | Lewis acid | Supercritical fluids | Catalysts | Glycerols | Tungsten oxides | Catalysis | Titanium dioxide | Density
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Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, ISSN 0926-3373, 08/2018, Volume 230, pp. 91 - 101
[Display omitted] •Catalytic upgrading of Vacuum residue (VR) in supercritical water (SCW).•Applying SCW, formic acid and iron oxide in conversion of... 
Isotopic analysis | Iron oxide nanoparticles | Upgrading | Supercritical water | Heavy oil | CRACKING | METHANE ENVIRONMENT | CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL | ASPHALTENES | ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | RECOVERY | HYDROGEN | ENGINEERING, ENVIRONMENTAL | PETROLEUM RESIDUAL OIL | BITUMEN | PARTIAL OXIDATION | PYROLYSIS | CARBON-DIOXIDE
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The Journal of Supercritical Fluids, ISSN 0896-8446, 07/2016, Volume 113, pp. 158 - 165
[Display omitted] •Catalytic activity of NbOX/TiO2 less decreased than WOX/TiO2.•Medium acid strength of NbOX/TiO2 enabled dissolution of coke precursors.•High... 
Glycerol dehydration | Effect of water | Catalytic stability | Solid acid catalyst | CONVERSION | ACROLEIN | CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL | SUPPORTED TUNGSTEN | ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | MEDIA | WO3/TIO2 | DEACTIVATION | ACIDITY | TIO2
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The Journal of Supercritical Fluids, ISSN 0896-8446, 11/2018, Volume 141, p. 173
The acid catalytic properties of TiO.sub.2, Nb.sub.2O.sub.5, and NbO.sub.X/TiO.sub.2 in supercritical water at 400 [degrees]C and 25--65 MPa were investigated.... 
Adsorption | Analysis | Oxides | Catalysis
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RSC Advances, ISSN 2046-2069, 2016, Volume 6, Issue 72, pp. 67525 - 67533
We studied the formation of Ba1-xSrxZrO3 (0 <= x <= 1) nanoparticles under highly super-saturated conditions, using supercritical water. It is known that... 
PEROVSKITE-TYPE OXIDES | PHASE | METAL-OXIDE NANOPARTICLES | TEMPERATURE | POWDER DIFFRACTION | LITHIUM INSERTION REACTION | SOL-GEL | CHEMISTRY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | HYDROTHERMAL SYNTHESIS | ELECTRONIC-STRUCTURE | STRONTIUM
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Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, ISSN 0888-5885, 09/2012, Volume 51, Issue 38, pp. 12253 - 12257
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Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, ISSN 0888-5885, 05/2017, Volume 56, Issue 21, pp. 6204 - 6212
The isomerization of α-pinene in hot compressed water (HCW) at 250 °C and 7 MPa using TiO2 and WO x /TiO2 catalysts was investigated. In HCW, α-pinene mainly... 
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