His scientific interests lie mostly in Catalysis, Adsorption, Inorganic chemistry, Activated carbon and Chemical physics. Moshe Sheintuch studied Catalysis and Glass fiber that intersect with Fiber, Nitrogen, Nitrate and Aqueous solution. His Adsorption study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Membrane, Palladium and Thermodynamics.
His research in Thermodynamics intersects with topics in Geometry, Fractal and Physical chemistry. His Inorganic chemistry research incorporates elements of Denitrification, Water treatment, Specific surface area and Electrode. His Activated carbon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Heterogeneous catalysis, Selectivity, Chemical engineering and Phenol.
His primary areas of study are Thermodynamics, Catalysis, Adsorption, Bifurcation and Control theory. Moshe Sheintuch has included themes like Mechanics, Kinetics and Kinetic energy in his Thermodynamics study. The various areas that Moshe Sheintuch examines in his Catalysis study include Inorganic chemistry, Reaction rate constant, Chemical engineering and Hydrogen.
His Adsorption study is concerned with the larger field of Physical chemistry. In his work, Nonlinear system and Reaction–diffusion system is strongly intertwined with Statistical physics, which is a subfield of Bifurcation. His studies in Activated carbon integrate themes in fields like Heterogeneous catalysis and Phenol.
Moshe Sheintuch focuses on Steam reforming, Catalysis, Hydrogen, Thermodynamics and Membrane reactor. His work carried out in the field of Steam reforming brings together such families of science as Combustion, Methanol, Mechanical engineering, Analytical chemistry and Process engineering. His Catalysis study incorporates themes from Reaction rate constant, Kinetics, Dissociation, Methane and Chemical engineering.
His research on Hydrogen frequently links to adjacent areas such as Reaction rate. His Thermodynamics research incorporates themes from Instability, Adsorption and Kinetic energy. His study focuses on the intersection of Membrane reactor and fields such as Hydrogen production with connections in the field of Waste management.
His primary scientific interests are in Steam reforming, Hydrogen, Catalysis, Membrane and Membrane reactor. The Steam reforming study combines topics in areas such as Mechanical engineering, Combustion, Waste management and Process engineering. His biological study deals with issues like Analytical chemistry, which deal with fields such as Chemical decomposition, Dimethyl ether and Permeation.
His Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Reaction rate constant, Chemical engineering, Dissociation and Thermodynamics. His research integrates issues of Nickel, Molecule, Kinetic energy, Methane and Atomic physics in his study of Reaction rate constant. As a part of the same scientific family, Moshe Sheintuch mostly works in the field of Membrane, focusing on Dehydrogenation and, on occasion, Inorganic chemistry, Adsorption, Thermal diffusivity, Membrane activity and Propene.
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Catalytic Abatement of Water Pollutants
Yurii I. Matatov-Meytal and;Moshe Sheintuch.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (1998)
A Freundlich-type multicomponent isotherm
Ch Sheindorf;M Rebhun;M Sheintuch.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (1981)
Oscillations in Catalytic Reactions
M. Sheintuch;H. A. Schmitz.
Catalysis Reviews-science and Engineering (1977)
Catalytic fibers and cloths
Yu Matatov-Meytal;M Sheintuch.
Applied Catalysis A-general (2002)
Comparison of catalytic processes with other regeneration methods of activated carbon
Moshe Sheintuch;Yurii I Matatov-Meytal.
Catalysis Today (1999)
Fuel reforming in internal combustion engines
L. Tartakovsky;M. Sheintuch.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2018)
Standing and propagating wave oscillations in the anodic dissolution of nickle
O. Lev;M. Sheintuch;L. M. Pisemen;Ch. Yarnitzkyt.
Modeling periodic and chaotic dynamics in anodic nickel dissolution
D. Haim;O. Lev;L. M. Pismen;M. Sheintuch.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1992)
Bifurcations to periodic and chaotic motions in anodic nickel dissolution
O. Lev;A. Wolffberg;M. Sheintuch;L.M. Pismen.
Chemical Engineering Science (1988)
Activated carbon cloth-supported Pd–Cu catalyst: Application for continuous water denitrification
Uri Matatov-Meytal;Moshe Sheintuch.
Catalysis Today (2005)
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