Vladimir Haensel

Chemical Engineering Universal Oil Products Company (UOP) 
"Vladimir Haensel"

(1914 - 2002)

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Edwin R. Gilliland research assistant 1937 MIT
Vladimir Nikolayevich Ipatieff grad student 1941 Northwestern
 (Decomposition of cyclohexane at high temperatures and high pressures in the presence and absence of aluminum oxide)
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Haensel V. (1993) Transportation costs and the national debt [3] Science. 262: 163-164
Rebhan DM, Haensel V. (1988) A kinetic and mechanistic study of cyclohexene disproportionation: An example of irreversible hydrogen transfer Journal of Catalysis. 111: 397-408
Haensel V. (1988) The role of catalyst characterization in process development Preprints Symposia. 33: 546
Haensel V. (1988) Role of catalyst characterization in process development American Chemical Society, Division of Petroleum Chemistry, Preprints. 33: 546
Haensel V, Rebhan D. (1987) Studies in irreversible catalysis Reaction Kinetics and Catalysis Letters. 35: 141-151
Haensel V. (1987) News of the demise of chemical engineering is greatly exaggerated [2] Chemical and Engineering News. 65: 4-66
Aitken E, Conner WC, Haensel V. (1985) IN SITU OBSERVATIONS OF CATALYST MORPHOLOGY DURING PROPANE DECOMPOSITION. American Chemical Society, Division of Petroleum Chemistry, Preprints. 30: 555
Conner WC, Cevallos-Candau JF, Shah N, et al. (1983) Hydrogen Spillover and Surface Diffusion : spillover from a point source Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis. 17: 31-43
Haensel V. (1982) The Tuesday afternoon lecture: Catalysis: Significance in industry and relevance in chemical education Journrl of Chemical Education. 59: 96-97
Haensel V. (1980) Concerns about "meantime" Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Product Research and Development. 19: 131
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