Suzanne Verkleij

Suzanne Verkleij
Room 4th floor study area
S.P.Verkleij@uu.nl

Within this project, the influence of both zeolite and binder on the deactivation and poisoning of a single catalyst extrudate will be investigated. Multiple characterization methods will be employed to reach a sufficiently high spatiotemporal resolution and to distinguish between zeolite and the binder. IR and UV-vis micro-spectroscopy will be explored to follow the deactivation and selectivity of the extrudates. These techniques will be used to identify the species formed within extrudates in time and space.

Publications

Verkleij, S P; Whiting, G T; Esclapez, S P; Mertens, M M; Bons, A -J; Burgers, M; Weckhuysen, B M

Operando micro-spectroscopy on ZSM-5 containing extrudates during the oligomerization of 1-hexene Journal Article

Catalysis Science and Technology, 8 (8), pp. 2175-2185, 2018.

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Berkum, Van S; Biewenga, P D; Verkleij, S P; Zon, Van J B A; Boere, K W M; Pal, A; Philipse, A P; Erné, B H

Swelling enhanced remanent magnetization of hydrogels cross-linked with magnetic nanoparticles Journal Article

Langmuir, 31 (1), pp. 442-450, 2015.

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Mores, D; Stavitski, E; Verkleij, S P; Lombard, A; Cabiac, A; Rouleau, L; Patarin, J; Simon-Masseron, A; Weckhuysen, B M

Core-shell H-ZSM-5/silicalite-1 composites: Brønsted acidity and catalyst deactivation at the individual particle level Journal Article

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 13 (35), pp. 15985-15994, 2011.

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