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Welcome to the 
Sustainable Catalytic Materials for Renewable Chemicals Lab

Chemical reactions lie at the heart of processes, transforming molecules from raw materials to valuable products and energy. To make these reactions more efficient and sustainable, we develop a variety of catalysts, reaction concepts and intensified processes. For this purpose, we develop and routinely employ materials across length scales (from nano to macro) in conjunction with advanced experimental and characterisation techniques.

What We Do

Production of Acrylic Acid from Bio-Derived Lactic acid over a Defect-Rich Molybdenum Phosphosulfide
Sustainable Production of Styrene from Catalytic Recycling of Polystyrene over Potassium Promoted Fe
Catalytic Cracking of Yeast Borne Single Cell Oil for the Production of Small-Chain Olefins over PtS
Production of renewable aromatics from jatropha oil over multifunctional ZnCo/ZSM-5 catalysts
Low-temperature selective  production of propylene from non-oxidative dehydrogenation of propane  ov
Renewable Aromatics from Tree-Borne Oils over Zeolite Catalyst Promoted by Transition Metals
Low-Temperature Nonoxidative  Dehydrogenation of Propane over Sn-promoted Mo-Y Zeolite: Catalytic  p
Synthesis of sub-nanometric Cu2O catalysts for Pd-free C–C coupling reactions
Advantages and limitations of  catalytic oxidation with hydrogen peroxide: from bulk chemicals to la
Role of pyridinic-nitrogen on base catalyzed Knoevenagel condensation over pristine CNx1701319-toc-0
Integration of  Zeolite@Metal–Organic Framework: A Composite Catalyst for Isopropyl  Alcohol Convers
Fe-decorated hierarchical  molybdenum carbide for direct conversion of CO2 into ethylene: Tailoring
Synthesis of AgWCNx  nanocomposite for one-step conversion of Cyclohexene to Adipic Acid and  its me
​MoO3 Nanoclusters Decorated on TiO2 Nanorods for Oxidative dehydrogenation of ethane to ethylene
Zeolite-Y Encapsulated Copper  (II) and Cobalt (II) Species as Hybrid Nano-catalysts: Structural and
A Comprehensive Review on the  Synthesis Techniques of Porous Materials for Gas Separation and  Cata
Highly selective transfer hydrogenation of α,β-unsaturated carbonyl compounds using Cu based nanocat
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