2022 - Research.com Chemistry in Norway Leader Award
Unni Olsbye spends much of her time researching Catalysis, Methanol, Zeolite, Organic chemistry and Hydrocarbon. Unni Olsbye regularly ties together related areas like Photochemistry in her Catalysis studies. The Methanol study combines topics in areas such as Composition, Extraction, Medicinal chemistry, Partial oxidation and Selectivity.
Unni Olsbye has researched Zeolite in several fields, including Inorganic chemistry, Microporous material, Olefin fiber and Adsorption. The concepts of her Hydrocarbon study are interwoven with issues in Benzene and Reaction mechanism. Her ZSM-5 study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Coke and BET theory.
Unni Olsbye spends much of her time researching Catalysis, Methanol, Inorganic chemistry, Zeolite and Organic chemistry. Her Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Photochemistry and Hydrocarbon. Her Methanol study incorporates themes from Benzene, Propene, Coke, Alkene and Reaction mechanism.
She combines subjects such as Reaction intermediate and Physical chemistry with her study of Reaction mechanism. Her research in Inorganic chemistry intersects with topics in Dehydrogenation, Adsorption, Metal-organic framework, Methane and Syngas. The study incorporates disciplines such as Microporous material, Brønsted–Lowry acid–base theory, Olefin fiber and Mesoporous material in addition to Zeolite.
Her primary areas of study are Catalysis, Methanol, Zeolite, Metal-organic framework and Inorganic chemistry. Her research investigates the connection between Catalysis and topics such as X-ray absorption spectroscopy that intersect with issues in Physical chemistry. Her studies deal with areas such as Yield, Formate, Mesoporous material, Methane and Calcination as well as Methanol.
The Zeolite study which covers Microporous material that intersects with SSZ-13. Her Metal-organic framework research integrates issues from Combinatorial chemistry, Platinum, Bipyridine and Polymer chemistry. Her Inorganic chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stoichiometry and Adsorption.
Her main research concerns Catalysis, Methanol, Organic chemistry, Metal-organic framework and Zeolite. While the research belongs to areas of Catalysis, Unni Olsbye spends her time largely on the problem of Nanoparticle, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Chemical reaction. In her work, Copper, Inorganic chemistry, Stoichiometry, Counterion and Mordenite is strongly intertwined with Methane, which is a subfield of Methanol.
Her Anaerobic oxidation of methane, Syngas and Selectivity study in the realm of Organic chemistry connects with subjects such as Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance and Thesaurus. Unni Olsbye has included themes like Combinatorial chemistry, Hydrogen and Acid catalysis in her Metal-organic framework study. Her work in Zeolite addresses issues such as Physisorption, which are connected to fields such as Porosity.
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Conversion of Methanol to Hydrocarbons: How Zeolite Cavity and Pore Size Controls Product Selectivity
Unni Olsbye;Stian Svelle;Morten Bjørgen;Pablo Beato.
Angewandte Chemie (2012)
Synthesis and Stability of Tagged UiO-66 Zr-MOFs
Mathivathani Kandiah;Merete Hellner Nilsen;Sandro Usseglio;Søren Jakobsen.
Chemistry of Materials (2010)
Conversion of methanol to hydrocarbons over zeolite H-ZSM-5 : On the origin of the olefinic species
Morten Bjørgen;Stian Svelle;Finn Joensen;Jesper Nerlov.
Journal of Catalysis (2007)
The Inconsistency in Adsorption Properties and Powder XRD Data of MOF-5 Is Rationalized by Framework Interpenetration and the Presence of Organic and Inorganic Species in the Nanocavities
Jasmina Hafizovic;Morten Bjørgen;Unni Olsbye;Pascal D. C. Dietzel.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2007)
Conversion of methanol into hydrocarbons over zeolite H-ZSM-5: ethene formation is mechanistically separated from the formation of higher alkenes.
Stian Svelle;Finn Joensen;Jesper Nerlov;Unni Olsbye.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Defect Engineering: Tuning the Porosity and Composition of the Metal–Organic Framework UiO-66 via Modulated Synthesis
Greig C. Shearer;Sachin Chavan;Silvia Bordiga;Stian Svelle.
Chemistry of Materials (2016)
Methanol to gasoline over zeolite H-ZSM-5: Improved catalyst performance by treatment with NaOH
Morten Bjørgen;Finn Joensen;Martin Spangsberg Holm;Unni Olsbye.
Applied Catalysis A-general (2008)
Tuned to Perfection: Ironing Out the Defects in Metal–Organic Framework UiO-66
Greig C. Shearer;Sachin Chavan;Jayashree Ethiraj;Jenny G. Vitillo.
Chemistry of Materials (2014)
Product shape selectivity dominates the Methanol-to-Olefins (MTO) reaction over H-SAPO-34 catalysts
Bart P.C. Hereijgers;Bart P.C. Hereijgers;Francesca Bleken;Merete H. Nilsen;Stian Svelle.
Journal of Catalysis (2009)
Post-synthetic modification of the metal–organic framework compound UiO-66
Mathivathani Kandiah;Sandro Usseglio;Stian Svelle;Unni Olsbye.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2010)
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