Mark Saeys

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Laboratory For Chemical Technology Ghent University, Ghent, Vlaanderen, Belgium 
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Vrieze JED, Thybaut JW, Saeys M. (2018) Role of surface hydroxyl species in copper catalyzed hydrogenation of ketones Acs Catalysis. 8: 7539-7548
Banerjee A, Bavel APv, Kuipers HPCE, et al. (2017) CO Activation on Realistic Cobalt Surfaces: Kinetic Role of Hydrogen Acs Catalysis. 7: 5289-5293
Martens J, Bogaerts A, De Kimpe N, et al. (2016) The Chemical Route to a CO2-neutral world. Chemsuschem
Banerjee A, Navarro V, Frencken JW, et al. (2016) Shape and Size of Cobalt Nano-islands Formed Spontaneously on Cobalt Terraces during Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
Tan KF, Chang J, Borgna A, et al. (2011) Effect of boron promotion on the stability of cobalt Fischer–Tropsch catalysts Journal of Catalysis. 280: 50-59
Tan KF, Xu J, Chang J, et al. (2010) Carbon deposition on Co catalysts during Fischer-Tropsch synthesis : a computational and experimental study Journal of Catalysis. 274: 121-129
Zhuo M, Tan KF, Borgna A, et al. (2009) Density functional theory study of the co insertion mechanism for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis over co catalysts Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 113: 8357-8365
Xu J, Saeys M. (2009) First Principles Study of the Effect of Carbon and Boron on the Activity of a Ni Catalyst Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 113: 4099-4106
Xu J, Saeys M. (2007) First principles study of the coking resistance and the activity of a boron promoted Ni catalyst Chemical Engineering Science. 62: 5039-5041
Saeys M, Reyniers MF, Van Speybroeck V, et al. (2006) Ab initio group contribution method for activation energies of hydrogen abstraction reactions. Chemphyschem : a European Journal of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry. 7: 188-99
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