The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Homogeneous catalysis, Ruthenium and Carbon dioxide. His Catalysis research includes themes of Inorganic chemistry, Photochemistry and Formic acid. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide and Solvent.
Walter Leitner works mostly in the field of Organic chemistry, limiting it down to topics relating to Medicinal chemistry and, in certain cases, Methanesulfonic acid and Catalytic hydrogenation, as a part of the same area of interest. Walter Leitner has included themes like Raw material and Furfural in his Homogeneous catalysis study. The concepts of his Ruthenium study are interwoven with issues in Hydride, Methylation, Methanol and Amine gas treating.
His primary scientific interests are in Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Ruthenium, Ionic liquid and Homogeneous catalysis. His Catalysis research incorporates themes from Combinatorial chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Carbon dioxide and Supercritical fluid. In most of his Organic chemistry studies, his work intersects topics such as Polymer chemistry.
The Ruthenium study combines topics in areas such as Photochemistry, Hydride, Triphos and Medicinal chemistry. His study in Ionic liquid is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nanoparticle and Phase. His research in Enantioselective synthesis intersects with topics in Ligand and Stereochemistry.
Walter Leitner mostly deals with Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Combinatorial chemistry, Manganese and Ruthenium. His research integrates issues of Nanoparticle, Methanol and Polymer chemistry in his study of Catalysis. As part of the same scientific family, Walter Leitner usually focuses on Methanol, concentrating on Homogeneous catalysis and intersecting with Methylation.
His study brings together the fields of Leaching and Organic chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Reagent, Carbon monoxide, Hydride and Reducing agent as well as Combinatorial chemistry. In his research, Carbon dioxide is intimately related to Medicinal chemistry, which falls under the overarching field of Manganese.
His primary areas of study are Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Combinatorial chemistry, Manganese and Ionic liquid. His work carried out in the field of Catalysis brings together such families of science as Methanol, Phase, Formic acid, Chemical engineering and Process engineering. Walter Leitner has researched Phase in several fields, including Homogeneous catalysis and Supercritical fluid.
In his work, Hydrogenolysis is strongly intertwined with Reagent, which is a subfield of Combinatorial chemistry. His Manganese research includes elements of Hydrogen, Ligand, Medicinal chemistry and Substrate. His Ionic liquid research integrates issues from Hydrodeoxygenation, Nanoparticle and Ruthenium.
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Sustainable Conversion of Carbon Dioxide: An Integrated Review of Catalysis and Life Cycle Assessment
Jens Artz;Thomas E. Müller;Katharina Thenert;Johanna Kleinekorte.
Chemical Reviews (2018)
Worldwide innovations in the development of carbon capture technologies and the utilization of CO2
Peter Markewitz;Wilhelm Kuckshinrichs;Walter Leitner;Walter Leitner;Jochen Linssen.
Energy and Environmental Science (2012)
Carbon Dioxide as a Raw Material: The Synthesis of Formic Acid and Its Derivatives from CO2
Angewandte Chemie (1995)
Chemical synthesis using supercritical fluids
Philip G. Jessop;Walter Leitner.
Supercritical carbon dioxide as a green reaction medium for catalysis.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2002)
Chemical Technologies for Exploiting and Recycling Carbon Dioxide into the Value Chain
Martina Peters;Martina Peters;Burkhard Köhler;Wilhelm Kuckshinrichs;Walter Leitner.
The coordination chemistry of carbon dioxide and its relevance for catalysis: a critical survey
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (1996)
Selective and flexible transformation of biomass-derived platform chemicals by a multifunctional catalytic system
Frank M. A. Geilen;Barthel Engendahl;Andreas Harwardt;Wolfgang Marquardt.
Angewandte Chemie (2010)
Selective Catalytic Synthesis Using the Combination of Carbon Dioxide and Hydrogen: Catalytic Chess at the Interface of Energy and Chemistry
Jürgen Klankermayer;Sebastian Wesselbaum;Kassem Beydoun;Walter Leitner;Walter Leitner.
Angewandte Chemie (2016)
Hydrogenation of Carbon Dioxide to Methanol by Using a Homogeneous Ruthenium–Phosphine Catalyst
Sebastian Wesselbaum;Thorsten vom Stein;Jürgen Klankermayer;Walter Leitner;Walter Leitner.
Angewandte Chemie (2012)
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