2018 - Fellow of the Combustion Institute for seminal advances in combustion diagnostics using laser spectroscopy and mass spectrometry including the quantitative detection of key reactive intermediates
2008 - German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina - Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina – Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften Chemistry
Her main research concerns Combustion, Analytical chemistry, Mass spectrometry, Premixed flame and Mole fraction. Her Combustion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biofuel, Butanol and Reaction rate. The study incorporates disciplines such as Combustor, Adiabatic flame temperature, Flame structure, Hydrocarbon and Molecular beam in addition to Analytical chemistry.
Her study in Mass spectrometry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Electron ionization, Ionization, Photoionization and Resolution. Her Mole fraction study combines topics in areas such as Gas chromatography, Cyclopentene and Acetaldehyde. Her study focuses on the intersection of Soot and fields such as Diffusion flame with connections in the field of Methane.
Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus mainly focuses on Analytical chemistry, Combustion, Mass spectrometry, Chemical vapor deposition and Mole fraction. Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus combines subjects such as Flame structure, Electron ionization, Ionization, Fluorescence and Premixed flame with her study of Analytical chemistry. Her Fluorescence research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Excited state, Atomic physics and Laser.
Her work in Combustion tackles topics such as Hydrocarbon which are related to areas like Photochemistry. Her studies in Mass spectrometry integrate themes in fields like Radical, Photoionization and Molecular beam. Her Chemical vapor deposition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Deposition, Diamond, Inorganic chemistry, Thin film and Combustion chemical vapor deposition.
Combustion, Analytical chemistry, Mass spectrometry, Soot and Dimethyl ether are her primary areas of study. The subject of her Combustion research is within the realm of Organic chemistry. Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus studies Analytical chemistry, namely Mole fraction.
Her Mass spectrometry research includes themes of Ionization, Photoionization, Adiabatic flame temperature, Gas chromatography and Acetic acid. Her work deals with themes such as Chemical reaction, Diffusion flame, Nucleation, Microscopy and Butane, which intersect with Soot. Her work investigates the relationship between Dimethyl ether and topics such as Photochemistry that intersect with problems in Decomposition.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Analytical chemistry, Mass spectrometry, Combustion, Mole fraction and Electron ionization. Her studies deal with areas such as Soot, Redox, Flame structure and Mixed oxide as well as Analytical chemistry. Her work carried out in the field of Mass spectrometry brings together such families of science as Decomposition, Heptane and Photoionization.
Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus interconnects Photoelectron photoion coincidence spectroscopy, Reaction rate constant, Methyl acetate, Radical and Biofuel in the investigation of issues within Combustion. Her Mole fraction research integrates issues from Chemical reaction, Gas composition, Pyrene, 2,5-Dimethylfuran and Atmospheric temperature range. Her Electron ionization research incorporates themes from Flame speed and Computational chemistry.
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Applied Combustion Diagnostics
Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus;Jay Barker Jeffries.
Alcohol combustion chemistry
S. Mani Sarathy;Patrick Oßwald;Nils Hansen;Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2014)
Studies of aromatic hydrocarbon formation mechanisms in flames: Progress towards closing the fuel gap
Charles S. McEnally;Lisa D. Pfefferle;Burak Atakan;Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2006)
Biofuel combustion chemistry: from ethanol to biodiesel.
Katharina Kohse‐Höinghaus;Patrick Oßwald;Terrill A. Cool;Tina Kasper.
Angewandte Chemie (2010)
Laser techniques for the quantitative detection of reactive intermediates in combustion systems
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (1994)
A comprehensive chemical kinetic combustion model for the four butanol isomers
S. Mani Sarathy;Stijn Vranckx;Kenji Yasunaga;Marco Mehl.
Combustion and Flame (2012)
Combustion at the focus: laser diagnostics and control
Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus;Robert S. Barlow;Marcus Aldén;Jürgen Wolfrum.
Symposium (International) on Combustion; 30(1), pp 89-123 (2005) (2005)
Enols are common intermediates in hydrocarbon oxidation.
Craig A. Taatjes;Craig A. Taatjes;Nils Hansen;Andrew McIlroy;James A. Miller.
Advances and challenges in laminar flame experiments and implications for combustion chemistry
Fokion N. Egolfopoulos;Nils Hansen;Yiguang Ju;Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2014)
Recent contributions of flame-sampling molecular-beam mass spectrometry to a fundamental understanding of combustion chemistry
Nils Hansen;Terrill A. Cool;Phillip R. Westmoreland;Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2009)
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