His scientific interests lie mostly in Inorganic chemistry, Zeolite, Catalysis, Molecular sieve and Organic chemistry. His Inorganic chemistry research includes themes of Aluminosilicate, Faujasite, Molecule and Sodium. Peter A. Jacobs has researched Zeolite in several fields, including Hydrogen, Selectivity and Isomerization.
His research in Catalysis intersects with topics in Azide, Ionic bonding and Stereochemistry. Peter A. Jacobs combines subjects such as Crystallography, Crystal structure and Infrared spectroscopy with his study of Molecular sieve. His Organic chemistry research focuses on Physical chemistry and how it relates to Catalytic test, Characterization, Xylene and Thermogravimetric analysis.
Inorganic chemistry, Zeolite, Catalysis, Molecular sieve and Hydrogen are his primary areas of study. His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Adsorption, Carbon monoxide, Oxygen, Ion and Faujasite. His Zeolite study combines topics in areas such as Iron pentacarbonyl, Stereochemistry, Aluminium, Metal and Isomerization.
As part of one scientific family, Peter A. Jacobs deals mainly with the area of Catalysis, narrowing it down to issues related to the Photochemistry, and often Polymer chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Molecular sieve brings together such families of science as Crystallization, Magic angle, Crystal structure, Fluid catalytic cracking and Infrared spectroscopy. Peter A. Jacobs interconnects Thermal desorption, Phase and Chemisorption in the investigation of issues within Hydrogen.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Zeolite, Cyclohexane and Photochemistry. He has included themes like Electron paramagnetic resonance and Crystal structure in his Catalysis study. His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydrocarbon and Adsorption.
Peter A. Jacobs interconnects Supramolecular chemistry, Nanotechnology, Transition metal dioxygen complex, Pore system and Selectivity in the investigation of issues within Zeolite. His Cyclohexane research incorporates themes from Reaction rate and Cyclohexanol. His Photochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Oxygen, Diimine and Polymer chemistry, Double bond.
His primary scientific interests are in Catalysis, Zeolite, Cyclohexane, Cobalt and Organic chemistry. His Heterogeneous catalysis and Selectivity study, which is part of a larger body of work in Catalysis, is frequently linked to Cytochrome, bridging the gap between disciplines. While working in this field, Peter A. Jacobs studies both Zeolite and Kinetic isotope effect.
Peter A. Jacobs combines subjects such as Membrane reactor, Autoxidation and ZSM-5, Molecular sieve with his study of Cyclohexane. His study on Cyclohexanol is often connected to Pervaporation as part of broader study in Organic chemistry. Transition metal dioxygen complex is a subfield of Inorganic chemistry that Peter A. Jacobs investigates.
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Isomerization and hydrocracking of C9 through C16 n-alkanes on Pt/HZSM-5 zeolite
Jens Weitkamp;Peter A. Jacobs;Johan A. Martens.
Applied Catalysis (1983)
FRAMEWORK HYDROXYL-GROUPS OF H-ZSM-5 ZEOLITES
Peter A. Jacobs;Roland Von Ballmoos.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1982)
An efficient mimic of cytochrome P-450 from a zeolite-encaged iron complex in a polymer membrane.
Rudy F. Parton;Ivo F. J. Vankelecom;Mark J. A. Casselman;Cvetana P. Bezoukhanova.
Properties of the end members in the Pentasil-family of zeolites: characterization as adsorbents
Peter A. Jacobs;Hermann K. Beyer;Joszef Valyon.
Crystallization mechanism of zeolite beta from (TEA)2O, Na2O and K2O containing aluminosilicate gels.
Joaquin Perez-Pariente;Johan A. Martens;Peter A. Jacobs.
Applied Catalysis (1987)
Acid Zeolites: An Attempt to Develop Unifying Concepts (P. H. Emmett Award Address, 1981)
Peter A. Jacobs;K. U. Leuven.
Catalysis Reviews-science and Engineering (1982)
Estimation of the void structure and pore dimensions of molecular sieve zeolites using the hydroconversion of n-decane
Johan A. Martens;Mia Tielen;Peter A. Jacobs;Jens Weitkamp.
Evidence for the nature of true Lewis sites in faujasite-type zeolites
P. A. Jacobs;H. K. Beyer.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1979)
An attempt to rationalize stretching frequencies of lattice hydroxyl groups in hydrogen-zeolites
Peter A. Jacobs;Wilfried J. Mortier.
Evidence for X-ray-amorphous zeolites
Peter A. Jacobs;Eric G. Derouane;Jens Weitkamp.
Journal of The Chemical Society, Chemical Communications (1981)
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