Regina Palkovits focuses on Organic chemistry, Catalysis, Cellulose, Inorganic chemistry and Polymer. Regina Palkovits works mostly in the field of Organic chemistry, limiting it down to topics relating to Biochemical engineering and, in certain cases, Refinery, Biorefinery and Renewable resource. Her studies deal with areas such as Decomposition, Ammonia and Monosaccharide as well as Catalysis.
She has included themes like Raw material and Hydrolysis in her Cellulose study. Her work carried out in the field of Inorganic chemistry brings together such families of science as Waste management, Noble metal, Fuel cells, Methanol and Copper. Her studies in Polymer integrate themes in fields like Nanocomposite and Polymer science.
Her primary scientific interests are in Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Chemical engineering, Inorganic chemistry and Heterogeneous catalysis. Her research in Catalysis focuses on subjects like Methane, which are connected to Carbon dioxide reforming. Her work on Organic chemistry deals in particular with Cellulose, Hydrogenolysis, Levulinic acid, Green chemistry and Ruthenium.
Her work investigates the relationship between Chemical engineering and topics such as Oxygen evolution that intersect with problems in Overpotential. Her study in Inorganic chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Methanol, Selective catalytic reduction, Ammonia, Calcination and Copper. Her work on Solvent expands to the thematically related Heterogeneous catalysis.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Catalysis, Chemical engineering, Selectivity, Organic chemistry and Oxygen evolution. Regina Palkovits interconnects Inorganic chemistry and Cobalt in the investigation of issues within Catalysis. Her Chemical engineering research integrates issues from Heterogeneous catalysis, Carbon, Adsorption and Polymer.
Regina Palkovits has researched Selectivity in several fields, including Methanation, Synthetic fuel, Nuclear chemistry, Decane and Hydrotalcite. Her study in Levulinic acid, Solvent, Reductive amination, Palladium and Acetylene is carried out as part of her studies in Organic chemistry. Her Oxygen evolution study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Overpotential and Carbon nanotube.
Catalysis, Chemical engineering, Selectivity, Cobalt and Oxide are her primary areas of study. Her Catalysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Inorganic chemistry and Nuclear chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Fermentation, SSZ-13, Coke, Reactivity and Hydrocarbon in addition to Chemical engineering.
Her Selectivity research entails a greater understanding of Organic chemistry. Her Cobalt research incorporates themes from Perovskite, Transition metal and X-ray absorption spectroscopy, Absorption spectroscopy. Her Oxide research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Activation energy, Rhodium, Metal, Calcination and Coating.
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Hydrogenolysis Goes Bio: From Carbohydrates and Sugar Alcohols to Platform Chemicals
Agnieszka M. Ruppert;Kamil Weinberg;Regina Palkovits;Regina Palkovits.
Angewandte Chemie (2012)
Depolymerization of Cellulose Using Solid Catalysts in Ionic Liquids
Roberto Rinaldi;Regina Palkovits;Ferdi Schüth.
Angewandte Chemie (2008)
Solid Catalysts for the Selective Low‐Temperature Oxidation of Methane to Methanol
Regina Palkovits;Markus Antonietti;Pierre Kuhn;Arne Thomas.
Angewandte Chemie (2009)
Alternative Monomers Based on Lignocellulose and Their Use for Polymer Production.
Irina Delidovich;Peter J. C. Hausoul;Li Deng;Li Deng;Rebecca Pfützenreuter.
Chemical Reviews (2016)
Ammonia as a possible element in an energy infrastructure: catalysts for ammonia decomposition
Ferdi Schüth;Regina Palkovits;Robert Schlögl;Dang Sheng Su.
Energy and Environmental Science (2012)
Development of heterogeneous catalysts for the conversion of levulinic acid to γ-valerolactone.
William R. H. Wright;Regina Palkovits.
Isosorbide as a Renewable Platform chemical for Versatile Applications—Quo Vadis?
Marcus Rose;Regina Palkovits;Regina Palkovits.
Hydrogenolysis of cellulose combining mineral acids and hydrogenation catalysts
Regina Palkovits;Kameh Tajvidi;Joanna Procelewska;Roberto Rinaldi.
Green Chemistry (2010)
Exploring the ruthenium catalysed synthesis of γ-valerolactone in alcohols and utilisation of mild solvent-free reaction conditions
Mohammad G. Al-Shaal;William R. H. Wright;Regina Palkovits.
Green Chemistry (2012)
Heteropoly acids as efficient acid catalysts in the one-step conversion of cellulose to sugar alcohols
Regina Palkovits;Kameh Tajvidi;Agnieszka M. Ruppert;Joanna Procelewska.
Chemical Communications (2011)
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