Iris ten Have

Iris ten Have
Room - David de Wied, 4th floor study area

Due to depletion of fossil fuel reserves, there is an increasing interest in production technologies that offer an alternative. The synthesis of synthetic fuels from syngas (CO/H2 mixtures), also known as the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis, is a complex process, which is conducted with e.g. Co-based catalysts. To obtain fundamental insights in these processes, new methods are being developed, which enable us to observe the catalyst ‘live’ (operando), under industrially relevant conditions, and ‘up close’ (at the best spatial resolution possible).

Awards and Scientific Honors

2021 NIOK Lecture Award for the best presentation at the 22nd Netherlands Catalysis and Chemistry Conference


ten Have, I C; Valle, E; Gallo, A; Snider, J L; Duyar, M S; Jaramillo, T F

Development of Molybdenum Phosphide Catalysts for Higher Alcohol Synthesis from Syngas by Exploiting Support and Promoter Effects Journal Article

In: Energy Technology, vol. 7, no. 5, 2019.

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Oord, R; Have, I C Ten; Arends, J M; Hendriks, F C; Schmidt, J; Lezcano-Gonzalez, I; Weckhuysen, B M

Enhanced activity of desilicated Cu-SSZ-13 for the selective catalytic reduction of NOx and its comparison with steamed Cu-SSZ-13 Journal Article

In: Catalysis Science and Technology, vol. 7, no. 17, pp. 3851-3862, 2017.

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