2023 - Research.com Chemistry in Norway Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Chemistry in Norway Leader Award
His research on Organic chemistry frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Coke. While working on this project, Anders Holmen studies both Catalysis and Photochemistry. Borrowing concepts from Organic chemistry, Anders Holmen weaves in ideas under Photochemistry. His study ties his expertise on Carbon nanofiber together with the subject of Chemical engineering. His Carbon nanofiber study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Chemical engineering. His Fischer–Tropsch process research extends to the thematically linked field of Selectivity. His research on Fischer–Tropsch process frequently links to adjacent areas such as Selectivity. In his research, Anders Holmen undertakes multidisciplinary study on Cobalt and Cobalt oxide. Anders Holmen performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Cobalt oxide and Cobalt via his papers.
His Organic chemistry study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Metal. Anders Holmen performs multidisciplinary study on Catalysis and Chemisorption in his works. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Chemical engineering and Metallurgy. Anders Holmen integrates Metallurgy and Chemical engineering in his research. His study ties his expertise on Cobalt together with the subject of Inorganic chemistry. His Selectivity study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Fischer–Tropsch process. His study brings together the fields of Selectivity and Fischer–Tropsch process. Anders Holmen performs integrative study on Methane and Syngas. Anders Holmen conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Syngas and Partial oxidation through his works.
In his articles, Anders Holmen combines various disciplines, including Catalysis and In situ. Anders Holmen connects In situ with Catalysis in his study. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Organic chemistry and Combinatorial chemistry. While working in this field, he studies both Combinatorial chemistry and Organic chemistry. As part of his studies on Inorganic chemistry, he often connects relevant areas like Cobalt oxide. Cobalt oxide and Inorganic chemistry are commonly linked in his work. Metal and Metallurgy are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. In his works, Anders Holmen conducts interdisciplinary research on Metallurgy and Metal. His research on Chemical engineering frequently links to adjacent areas such as X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
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A review of catalytic partial oxidation of methane to synthesis gas with emphasis on reaction mechanisms over transition metal catalysts
Bjørn Christian Enger;Rune Lødeng;Anders Holmen.
Applied Catalysis A-general (2008)
On the origin of the cobalt particle size effects in Fischer-Tropsch catalysis.
J. P. den Breejen;P. B. Radstake;G. L. Bezemer;J. H. Bitter.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
Deactivation of cobalt based Fischer―Tropsch catalysts: A review
Nikolaos E. Tsakoumis;Magnus Rønning;Øyvind Borg;Erling Rytter;Erling Rytter.
Catalysis Today (2010)
Direct conversion of methane to fuels and chemicals
Catalysis Today (2009)
Fischer–Tropsch synthesis over γ-alumina-supported cobalt catalysts: Effect of support variables
Øyvind Borg;Sigrid Eri;Edd A. Blekkan;Sølvi Storsæter;Sølvi Storsæter.
Journal of Catalysis (2007)
Synthesis of carbon nanofibers: effects of Ni crystal size during methane decomposition
De Chen;Kjersti O. Christensen;Ester Ochoa-Fernández;Zhixin Yu.
Journal of Catalysis (2005)
Effect of supports and Ni crystal size on carbon formation and sintering during steam methane reforming
K.O. Christensen;D. Chen;R. Lødeng;A. Holmen.
Applied Catalysis A-general (2006)
Carbon Nanomaterials in Catalysis: Proton Affinity, Chemical and Electronic Properties, and their Catalytic Consequences
Jun Zhu;Anders Holmen;De Chen.
The effect of crystal size of SAPO-34 on the selectivity and deactivation of the MTO reaction
De Chen;Kjell Moljord;Terje Fuglerud;Anders Holmen.
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials (1999)
Fischer–Tropsch synthesis: Cobalt particle size and support effects on intrinsic activity and product distribution
Øyvind Borg;Pascal D.C. Dietzel;Aud I. Spjelkavik;Erik Z. Tveten.
Journal of Catalysis (2008)
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