George W. Huber mainly investigates Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Heterogeneous catalysis, Biomass and Inorganic chemistry. His study in Catalysis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Coke, Ethylene glycol and Hydrogen. His Biomass research integrates issues from Waste management, Biofuel and Pulp and paper industry.
The concepts of his Waste management study are interwoven with issues in Water-gas shift reaction, gamma-Valerolactone, 2-Methylfuran and Supercritical fluid. The Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Platinum, Methanol and Dehydrogenation. His Aldol condensation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Green chemistry, Furan, Condensation reaction, Hexadecane and Isomerization.
George W. Huber mostly deals with Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Biomass and Pyrolysis. His research brings together the fields of Chemical engineering and Catalysis. His Inorganic chemistry study also includes
His Biomass study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Waste management, Biofuel, Pulp and paper industry and Oxygenate. His Pyrolysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Coke, Carbon and Zeolite, ZSM-5. His Hydrodeoxygenation study combines topics in areas such as Sorbitol, Methanol and Supercritical fluid.
His primary scientific interests are in Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Chemical engineering, Biomass and Hydrodeoxygenation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ethanol, Inorganic chemistry, Dehydration and Nuclear chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Inorganic chemistry brings together such families of science as Selectivity, Syngas and Transition metal.
His Pyrolysis study in the realm of Chemical engineering interacts with subjects such as Hydrogen partial pressure. His studies in Biomass integrate themes in fields like Rational design, Molecular dynamics, Solvent system, Cyclohexanol and Process engineering. His research in Hydrodeoxygenation intersects with topics in Green chemistry, Methanol, Oxygenate, Renewable fuels and Supercritical fluid.
His primary areas of investigation include Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Biomass, Chemical engineering and Hydrodeoxygenation. His Catalysis research includes elements of Yield, Electrolytic cell, Electrolysis, Formic acid and Hydroxymethyl. His Organic chemistry and Distillation, Acetone, Furfural, Ethanol and Cellulose investigations all form part of his Organic chemistry research activities.
George W. Huber focuses mostly in the field of Cellulose, narrowing it down to topics relating to Enzymatic hydrolysis and, in certain cases, Lignin and Depolymerization. In his study, Bifunctional, Oxygenate, Renewable fuels and Decarbonylation is strongly linked to Hydrogenolysis, which falls under the umbrella field of Biomass. His research integrates issues of Hydrogen production, Glucaric Acid, Faraday efficiency and Glycerol in his study of Chemical engineering.
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Synthesis of transportation fuels from biomass: chemistry, catalysts, and engineering.
George W. Huber;Sara Iborra;Avelino Corma.
Chemical Reviews (2006)
Liquid-phase catalytic processing of biomass-derived oxygenated hydrocarbons to fuels and chemicals.
Juben N. Chheda;George W. Huber;George W. Huber;James A. Dumesic.
Angewandte Chemie (2007)
Catalytic Transformation of Lignin for the Production of Chemicals and Fuels
Changzhi Li;Xiaochen Zhao;Aiqin Wang;George W. Huber.
Chemical Reviews (2015)
Production of Liquid Alkanes by Aqueous-Phase Processing of Biomass-Derived Carbohydrates
George W. Huber;Juben N. Chheda;Christopher J. Barrett;James A. Dumesic.
Synergies between Bio‐ and Oil Refineries for the Production of Fuels from Biomass
George W. Huber;Avelino Corma.
Angewandte Chemie (2007)
A review of catalytic issues and process conditions for renewable hydrogen and alkanes by aqueous-phase reforming of oxygenated hydrocarbons over supported metal catalysts
R.R. Davda;J.W. Shabaker;G.W. Huber;R.D. Cortright.
Applied Catalysis B-environmental (2005)
Renewable Chemical Commodity Feedstocks from Integrated Catalytic Processing of Pyrolysis Oils
Tushar P. Vispute;Huiyan Zhang;Huiyan Zhang;Aimaro Sanna;Aimaro Sanna;Rui Xiao.
Raney Ni-Sn Catalyst for H2 Production from Biomass-Derived Hydrocarbons
George W Huber;J. W Shabaker;J. A Dumesic.
Investigation into the shape selectivity of zeolite catalysts for biomass conversion
Jungho Jae;Geoffrey A. Tompsett;Andrew J. Foster;Karl D. Hammond.
Journal of Catalysis (2011)
An overview of aqueous-phase catalytic processes for production of hydrogen and alkanes in a biorefinery
George W. Huber;James A. Dumesic.
Catalysis Today (2006)
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