Journal Articles

  1. K. Wu, L de Martín, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Pattern formation in pulsed gas-solid fluidized beds – The role of granular solid mechanics,
    Chem. Eng. J., 2017.
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  3. S. Meoto, N. Kent, M. M. Nigra, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Mesostructure of Mesoporous Silica/Anodic Alumina Hierarchical Membranes Tuned with Ethanol,
    Langmuir, 2017.
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  5. S. Meoto, N. Kent, M. M. Nigra, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Effect of stirring rate on the morphology of FDU-12 mesoporous silica particles,
    Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2017, 249, 61-66.
    [Link]

     

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  7. G. Ye, Y. Sun, X. Zhou, K. Zhu, J. Zhou, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Method for generating pore networks in porous particles of arbitrary shape, and its application to catalytic hydrogenation of benzene,
    Chem. Eng. J., 2017.
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  9. G. Ye, X. Zhou, J. Zhou, W. Yuan, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Influence of Catalyst Pore Network Structure on the Hysteresis of Multiphase Reactions,
    AICHE Journal, 2017, 63, 78-86.
    [Link]

     

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  11. S.M. Rao, E. Saraci, R. Glaser, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Surface barriers as dominant mechanism to transport limitations in hierarchically structured catalysts {Application to the zeolite-catalyzed alkylation of benzene with ethylene},
    Chem. Eng. J., 2017.
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  1. G. Ye, X. Zhou, M.-O. Coppens, and W. Yuan,
    Probing pore blocking effects on multiphase reactions within porous catalyst particles using a discrete model,
    AIChE Journal, 2016, 62, 451-460.
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  3. P. Trogadas, M. Nigra, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Nature-inspired optimization of hierarchical porous media for catalytic and separation processes,
    New J. Chem., 2016, 40, 4016-4026.
    [Link]

     

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  5. P. Trogadas, V. Ramani, P. Strasser, T.F. Fuller, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Hierarchically structured nanomaterials for electrochemical energy conversion,
    Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2016, 55, 78-86.
    [Link]

     

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  7. A.S. Perera and M.-O. Coppens,
    Titano-silicates: Highlights on development, evolution and application in oxidative catalysis,
    Catalysis, 2016, 28, 119-143.
    [Link]

     

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  9. M.M. Lynch, J. Liu, M. Nigra, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Chaperonin-Inspired pH Protection by Mesoporous Silica SBA-15 on Myoglobin and Lysozyme,
    Langmuir, 2016, 32, 9604-9610.
    [Link]

     

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  11. K. Wu, L. de Martín, L. Mazzei, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Pattern formation in fluidized beds as a tool for model validation: a two-fluid model based study,
    Powder Technology, 2016, 295, 35-42.
    [Link]

     

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  13. L.D. Brown, T.P. Neville, R. Jervis, T.J. Mason, P.R. Shearing, and D. JL. Brett,
    The effect of felt compression on the performance and pressure drop of all-vanadium redox flow batteries,
    Journal of Energy Storage, 2016, 8, 91-98.
    [Link]

     

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  15. R. Jervis, L.D. Brown, T.P. Neville, J. Millichamp, D.P. Finegan, T. MM. Heenan, D. JL. Brett, and P.R. Shearing,
    Design of a miniature flow cell for in situ x-ray imaging of redox flow batteries,
    Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 2016, 49, 434002-434011.
    [Link]

     

     

  1. E. Wu, M.-O. Coppens, and S. Garde,
    Role of Arginine in Mediating Protein-Carbon Nanotube Interactions,
    Langmuir, 2015, 31, 1683–1692.
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  3. G. Ye, X. Duan, K. Zhu, X. Zhou, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Optimizing spatial pore-size and porosity distributions of adsorbents for enhanced adsorption and desorption performance,
    Chemical Engineering Science, 2015, 132 108-117.
    [Link]

     

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  1. S. Meoto and M.-O. Coppens,
    Anodic alumina-templated synthesis of mesostructured silica membranes – current status and challenges,
    J. Mater. Chem. A, 2014, 2, 5640-5654.
    [Link]
    Anodic alumina-templated synthesis
  2. D. A. Newsome, S. Gunawan, G. Baron, J. Denayer, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Adsorption of CO2 and N2 in Na-ZSM-5 –Effects of Na+ and Al content studied by Grand Canonical Monte Carlo simulations and experiments,
    Adsorption, 2014,  20, 157-171.
    [Link]

     

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  1. J. Marquis and M.-O. Coppens,
    Achieving ultra-high platinum utilization via optimization of PEM fuel cell cathode catalyst layer microstructure,
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 2013, 102, 151-162.
    [Link]

     

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  1. S. M. Rao and M.-O. Coppens, 
    Predicting Mixture Diffusion in Zeolites: Capturing Strong Correlations with a Simplified Theory and Examining the Role of Adsorption Thermodynamics,
    J. Phys. Chem. C, 2012, 116, 26816-26821.
    [Link]
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  2. M.-O. Coppens, 
    A nature-inspired approach to reactor and catalysis engineering,
    Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering, 2012, 1, 1-9.
    [Link]
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  3. B. Hadi, R. van Ommen and M.-O. Coppens,
    Enhanced particle mixing in pulsed fluidized beds, and the effect of internals,
    Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2012, 51, 1713-1720.
    [Link]
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  4. S. M. Rao and M.-O. Coppens,
    Increasing Robustness against Deactivation of Nanoporous Catalysts by Introducing an Optimized Hierarchical Pore Network - Application to Hydrodemetalation,
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 2012, 83, 66-76. (Special Issue for MACKIE)
    [Link]
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  5. A.J. Dammers and M.-O. Coppens, 
    Knudsen Diffusion in Finite-Size Channels from a First-Passage Point of View,
    Soft Materials, 2012, 10, 369-386.
    [Link]
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  1. L.-C. Sang, A. Vinu, and M.-O. Coppens,
    General Description of the Adsorption of Proteins at Their Iso-electric Point in Nanoporous Materials,
    Langmuir, 2011, 27, 13828-13837.
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  3. A. G. Denkova, P. H. H. Bomans, M.-O. Coppens, N. A. J. M. Sommerdijk, and E. Mendes,
    Complex morphologies of self-assembled block copolymer micelles in binary solvent mixtures: the role of solvent-solvent correlations,
    Soft Matter, 2011, 7, 6622-6628.
    [Link]
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  5. L.-C. Sang, A. Vinu, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Ordered mesoporous carbon with tunable, unusually large pore size and well-controlled particle morphology,
    J. Mater. Chem., 2011, 21, 7410-7417.
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  7. L.-C. Sang and M.-O. Coppens,
    Effects of surface curvature and surface chemistry on the structure and function of proteins adsorbed in nanopores,
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2011, 13, 6689-6698. (Invited)
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  9. J.R. van Ommen, S. Sasic, J. van der Schaaf, S. Gheorghiu, F. Johnsson, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Time-series analysis of pressure fluctuations in gas-solid fluidized beds -- a review,
    Int. J. Mult. Flow., 2011, 37, 403-428.
    [Link]

     

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  1. S.M. Rao and M.-O. Coppens,
    Mitigating deactivation effects through rational design of hierarchically structured catalysts -- Application to hydrodemetalation,
    Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2010, 49, 11087-11097. (Special Issue for ISCRE 21).
    [Link]

     

  2. F. Marras, J. Wang, M.-O. Coppens, and J.N.H. Reek,
    Ordered mesoporous materials as solid supports for rhodium-diphosphine catalysts with remarkable hydroformylation activity,
    Chem. Comm., 2010, 46, 6587-6589.
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  3. S. Kjelstrup, M.-O. Coppens, J. Pharoah, and P. Pfeifer
    Nature-inspired energy and material efficient design of a polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell,
    Energy and Fuels, 2010, 24, 5097-5108. (ASAP article, cited in New Scientist , Green Car Congress and several other forums on the Web)
    [Link]

     

  4. A.G. Denkova, E. Mendes, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Non-equilibrium dynamics of block copolymer micelles in solution: Recent insights and open questions,
    Soft Matter, 2010, 6, 2351-2357. Invited Highlight Paper. (cover, top 10 most accessed, May 2010).
    [Link]

     

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  5. G. Wang and M.-O. Coppens,
    Rational design of hierarchically structured porous catalysts for autothermal reforming of methane,
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 2010, 65, 2344-2351.
    [Link]

     

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  6. O. Saengsawang, A. Schüring, T. Remsungnen, S. Hannongbua, D.A. Newsome, A.J. Dammers, M.-O. Coppens, and S. Fritzsche,
    Diffusion of n-pentane in the zeolite ZK5 studied by high-temperature configuration-space exploration,
    Chem. Phys., 2010, 368, 121-125.
    [Link]

     

    OS-AS-TR-SH-DAN-AJD-MOC-SF-ChemPhys
  1. J. Kärger, J. Caro, P. Cool, M.-O. Coppens, D. Jones, F. Kapteijn, D. Rodriguez-Reinoso, M. Stöcker, D. Theodorou, E. Vansant, and J. Weitkamp,
    The benefit of microscopic diffusion measurement for the characterization of nanoporous materials,
    Chem. Eng. Tech., 2009, 32, 1494-1511.
    [Link]

     

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  3. A.G. Denkova, E. Mendes, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Rheology of worm-like micelles composed of tri-block copolymer in the limit of slow dynamics,
    J. Rheology, 2009, 53, 1087-1100.
    [Link]
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  5. X. Liu, D. Newsome, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Dynamic Monte Carlo simulations of binary self-diffusion in ZSM-5,
    Microp. Mesop. Mater., 2009, 125, 149-159. Special Issue in honor of Prof. J. Kärger
    [Link]

     

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  7. J.R. van Ommen, J. Nijenhuis, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Reshaping the structure of fluidized beds,
    Chem. Eng. Prog., 2009, July, 49-57.
    [Link]

     

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  9. R. Pitchumani, J.J. Heiszwolf, A. Schmidt-Ott, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Continuous synthesis by spray drying of remarkably stable mesoporous silica and aluminosilica catalysts, using industrial raw materials,
    Microp. Mesop. Mater., 2009, 120, 39-46.
    [Link]

     

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  11. J. Wang, W. Yue, W. Zhou, and M.-O. Coppens,
    TUD-C: a tunable, hierarchically structured mesoporous zeolite composite,
    Microp. Mesop. Mater., 2009, 120, 19-28.
    [Link]

     

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  13. R. Pitchumani, A. Schmidt-Ott, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Statistics-aided optimal design of the continuous aerosol-based synthesis of nanostructured silica supports,
    J. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2009, 9, 598-611. Special issue, invited.
    [Link]

     

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  15. A.G. Denkova, E. Mendes, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Kinetics and mechanism of sphere-to-rod transition of tri-block copolymer micelles in aqueous solutions,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 2009, 113(4), 989-996.
    [Link]

     

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  17. A. Akhavan, J.R. van Ommen, J. Nijenhuis, X.S. Wang, M.-O. Coppens, and M. Rhodes,
    Improved drying in a pulsation-assisted fluidized bed,
    Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2009, 48, 302-309. Special Issue in honor of Prof. L.S. Fan
    [Link]

     

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  1. J. Wang, J.C. Groen, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Formation mechanism of scaffolded mesoporous silica with a controlled pore size,
    J. Phys. Chem. C, 2008, 112, 19336-19345.
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  3. K. Malek and M.-O. Coppens,
    Reply to Comment on `Diffusion of water and sodium counter-ions in nanopores of ß-lactoglobulin crystal: a molecular dynamics study',
    Nanotechnology, 2008, 19, 438002.
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  4. G. Wang, C.R. Kleijn, and M.-O. Coppens,
    A tailored strategy for PDE-based design of hierarchically structured porous catalysts,
    Int. J. Multiscale Comp. Engng, 2008, 6, 179-190.
    [Link]

     

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  6. S. Zschiegner, S. Russ, R. Valiullin, M.-O. Coppens, A.J. Dammers, A. Bunde, and J. Kärger,
    Normal and anomalous diffusion of non-interacting particles in linear nanopores,
    Eur. Phys. J.: Special Topics, 2008, 161, 109-120.
    [Link]

     

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  8. G. Wang and M.-O. Coppens,
    Calculation of the optimal macropore size in nanoporous catalysts and its application to DeNOx catalysis,
    Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2008, 47, 3847-3855.
    [Link]

     

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  10. D. Christensen, J. Nijenhuis, J.R. van Ommen, and M.-O. Coppens,
    The influence of distributed secondary gas injection on the performance of a bubbling fluidized bed reactor,
    Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2008, 47, 3601-3618. (Special Issue in honor of Prof. E.B. Nauman)
    [Link]

     

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  12. D. Christensen, D. Vervloet, J. Nijenhuis, B.G.M. van Wachem, J.R. van Ommen, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Insights in distributed secondary gas injection in a bubbling fluidized bed via discrete particle simulations,
    Powder Techn., 2008, 183, 454-466. (Special Issue in honor of Prof. R. Pfeffer)
    [Link]

     

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  14. S. Naumov, R. Valiullin, J. Kärger, R. Pitchumani, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Tracing pore connectivity and architecture in nanostructured silica SBA-15,
    Microp. Mesop. Mat., 2008, 110, 37-40.
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  16. K. Malek and M.-O. Coppens,
    Molecular simulations of solute transport in xylose isomerase crystals,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 2008, 112(5), 1549-1554.
    [Link]

     

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  18. A.G. Denkova, E. Mendes, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Effects of salts and ethanol on the population and morphology of triblock copolymer micelles in solution,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 2008, 112, 793-801.
    [Link]

     

     

  19. D. Christensen, J. Nijenhuis, J.R. van Ommen and M.-O. Coppens,
    Residence times in fluidized beds with secondary gas injection,
    Powder Techn., 2008, 180, 321-331.
    [Link]

     

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  20. J. Wang, J.C. Groen, W. Yue, W. Zhou, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Facile synthesis of ZSM-5 composites with hierarchical porosity,
    J. Mater. Chem., 2008, 18, 468-474.
    [Link]

     

    JW-JCG-WY-WZ-MOC-JMaterChem
  1. J. Wang, J.C. Groen, W. Yue, W. Zhou, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Single-template synthesis of zeolite ZSM-5 composites with tunable mesoporosity,
    Chem. Commun., 2007, 44, 4653-4655.
    [Link]

     

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  3. J. Wang, A. Vinu, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Synthesis and structure of silicalite-1/SBA-15 composites prepared by carbon templating and crystallization,
    J. Mater. Chem., 2007, 17, 4265-4273.
    [Link]

     

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  4. V.J. van Hijkoop, A.J. Dammers, K. Malek and M.-O. Coppens,
    Water diffusion through a membrane protein channel: a first passage time approach,
    J. Chem. Phys., 2007, 127, 085101.
    [Link]

     

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  6. E. Johannessen, G. Wang and M.-O. Coppens,
    Optimal distributor networks in porous catalyst pellets. I: Molecular diffusion,
    Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2007, 46, 4245-4256. (Invited for Festschrift for Prof. J.A. Moulijn)
    [Link]

     

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  8. J.R. van Ommen, J. Nijenhuis, C.M. van den Bleek and M.-O. Coppens,
    Four ways to introduce structure in fluidized bed reactors,
    Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2007, 62, 4236-4244. (Invited for Festschrift for Prof. J.A. Moulijn)
    [Link]

     

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  10. G. Wang, E. Johannessen, C.R. Kleijn, S.W. de Leeuw and M.-O. Coppens,
    Optimizing transport in nanostructured catalysts: A computational study.,
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 2007, 62, 5110-5116.
    [Link]

     

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  12. J. Wang and M.-O. Coppens,
    Synthesis of meso-structured silicalite-1 by combining solid phase crystallization and carbon templating,
    Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 2007, 165, 503-506.
    [Link]
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  1. M. Baca, W.J. Li. P.Du, G. Mul, J.A. Moulijn and M.-O. Coppens,
    Catalytic characterization of mesoporous Ti-silica hollow spheres,
    Cat. Lett., 2006, 109, 207-210.
    [Link]

     

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  3. M.-O. Coppens and A.J. Dammers,
    Effects of heterogeneity on diffusion in nanopores - From inorganic materials to protein crystals and ion channels,
    Fluid Phase Equil., 2006, 241, 308-316. (Invited for Special Issue honoring Prof. J.M. Prausnitz)
    [Link]
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  1. B. Bai, S. Gheorghiu, J.R. van Ommen, J. Nijenhuis and M.-O. Coppens,
    Characterization of the void size distribution in fluidized beds using statistics of pressure fluctuations,
    Powder Techn., 2005, 160, 81-92.
    [Link]

     

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  3. R. Pitchumani, W.J. Li and M.-O. Coppens,
    Tuning of nanostructured SBA-15 silica using phosphoric acid,
    Catal. Today, 2005, 105, 618-622.
    [Link]

     

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  5. F. Kleijn van Willigen, D. Christensen, J.R. van Ommen and M.-O. Coppens,
    Imposing dynamic structures on fluidised beds,
    Catal. Today , 2005, 105, 560-568.
    [Link]
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  7. M.-O. Coppens, S. Gheorghiu and P. Pfeifer,
    Optimal design of hierarchically structured nanoporous catalysts,
    Stud. Surf. Sci. & Catal., 2005, 156, 371-378.
    [Link]

     

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  9. R. Pitchumani, W. Li and M.-O. Coppens,
    Tuning the morphology of SBA-15 by stirring in the presence of phosphoric acid: films, cakes, fibers and bundles of threads,
    Stud. Surf. Sci. & Catal., 2005, 156, 83-88.
    [Link]

     

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  11. M.-O. Coppens,
    Scaling up and down in a nature inspired way,
    Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2005 44, 5011-5019. (Invited for Festschrift of Prof. M. Dudukovic)
    [Link]

     

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  13. K. Malek, T. Odijk and M.-O. Coppens,
    Diffusion of water and sodium counter-ions in nanopores of a ß-lactoglobuline crystal: A molecular dynamics study,
    Nanotechnology, 2005, 16, S522-S530.
    [Link]

     

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  15. M.-O. Coppens and V. Iyengar,
    Testing the consistency of the Maxwell-Stefan formulation when predicting self-diffusion in zeolites with strong adsorption sites,
    Nanotechnology, 2005, 16, S442-S448.
    [Link]

     

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  17. W.J. Li and M.-O. Coppens,
    Synthesis and characterization of stable hollow Ti-silica microspheres with a mesoporous shell,
    Chem. Mater., 2005 17, 2241-2246.
    NB: Additions and Corrections:Chem. Mater., 2005, 17, 4560.
    [Link]
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  18. W.J. Li, S.-J. Huang, S.-B. Liu, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Influence of the Al source, and synthesis of ordered Al-SBA-15 hexagonal particles with nanostairs and terraces,
    Langmuir, 2005, 21, 2078-2085.
    [Link]

     

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  1. J. Plawsky, S. Ponoth, G. Dalakos, K. Malek, M.-O. Coppens,
    Energy transport in plasma etching of nanoporous dielectric materials,
    Superlattices and Microstructures, 2004, 35, 195-204.
    [Link]

     

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  3. S. Gheorghiu and M.-O. Coppens,
    Heterogeneity explains features of 'anomalous' thermodynamics and statistics,
    PNAS, 2004, 101, 15853-15856.
    [Link]

     

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  5. K. Malek, T. Odijk and M.-O. Coppens,
    Diffusion in protein crystals - A computer simulation,
    Chem. Phys. Chem., 2004, 5, 1596-1599.
    [Link]

     

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  7. V. Iyengar and M.-O. Coppens,
    Dynamic Monte-Carlo simulations of binary self-diffusion in zeolites: Effect of strong and weak adsorption sites,
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 2004, 59, 4747-4753.
    [Link]

     

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  9. S. Gheorghiu and M.-O. Coppens,
    Optimal bimodal pore networks for heterogeneous catalysis,
    A.I.Ch.E. J. , 2004, 50, 812-820.
    [Link]

     

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  11. J.R. van Ommen and M.-O. Coppens,
    Imposing dynamic structure on fluidized beds,
    NPT Procestechnologie, 2004, 11, 16-19.
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  12. J.R. van Ommen, J. van der Schaaf, J.C. Schouten, B.G.M. van Wachem, M.-O. Coppens and C.M. van den Bleek,
    Optimal placement of probes for dynamic pressure measurements in large-scale fluidized beds,
    Powder Tech., 2004, 139, 264-276.
    [Link]

     

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  1. M.-O. Coppens, J.R. van Ommen and J.C. Schouten,
    Festschrift for Professor Cor M. van den Bleek.,
    Chem. Eng. J., 2003, 96, 1.
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  2. M.-O. Coppens and J.R. van Ommen,
    Structuring chaotic fluidized beds,
    Chem. Eng. J., 2003, 96 117-124.
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  3. J. Barral, M.-O. Coppens and B.B. Mandelbrot,
    Multiperiodic multifractal martingale measures,
    J. Math. Pures et Appl., 2003, 82 1555-1589.
    [Link]

     

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  4. M.-O. Coppens and K. Malek,
    Dynamic Monte-Carlo simulations of diffusion limited reactions in rough nanopores,
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 2003, 58,4787-4795.
    [Link]

     

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  6. J.-H. Sun, Z. Shan, T. Maschmeyer and M.-O. Coppens,
    Synthesis of bimodal nano-structured mesoporous silicas with independent control of the pore size at different length scales,
    Langmuir, 2003, 19, 8395-8402.
    [Link]

     

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  8. K. Malek and M.-O. Coppens,
    Knudsen self- and Fickian diffusion in rough nanoporous media,
    J. Chem. Phys., 2003, 119, 2801-2811.
    [Link]

     

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  10. J.-H Sun and M.-O. Coppens,
    Preparation of large pore high quality MCM-48 silica by a simple post-synthesis hydrothermal treatment,
    Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 2003, 146, 157-161.
    [Link]

     

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  11. W. Dong, W. Li, K. Yu, K. Krishna, L. Song, X. Wang, Z. Wang, M.-O. Coppens, and S. Feng,
    Synthesis of silica nanotubes from kaolin clay,
    Chem. Commun., 2003, 1302-1303.
    [Link]
    WD-WL-KY-KK-LS-XW-ZW-MOC-SF-ChemCommun
  12. S. Gheorghiu, J.R. van Ommen, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Power-law distribution of pressure fluctuations in multiphase flow,
    Phys. Rev. E, 2003, 67, 041305.
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  1. C.M. van den Bleek, M.-O. Coppens, and J.C. Schouten,
    Application of chaos analysis to multiphase reactors,
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 2002, 57, 4763-4778.
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  3. J.-H Sun and M.-O. Coppens,
    A hydrothermal post-synthesis route for the preparation of high quality MCM-48 silica with a tailored pore size,
    J. Mater. Chem., 2002, 12, 3016-3020.
    [Link]

     

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  5. M.-O. Coppens,
    Nature inspired process technology
    NPT Procestechnologie , 2002, 9, 16-20.
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  6. J.-H. Sun and M.-O. Coppens,
    Alcothermal synthesis of large pore, high quality MCM-48 silica,
    Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 2002, 141, 85-92.
    [Link]

     

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  8. K. Malek and M.-O. Coppens,
    Pore roughness effects on self- and transport diffusion in nanoporous materials,
    Coll. Surf. A, 2002, 206, 335-348.
    [Link]

     

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  1. J.-H. Sun, Z. Shan, Th. Maschmeyer, J.A. Moulijn, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Synthesis of tailored bimodal mesoporous materials with independent control of the dual pore size distribution,
    Chem. Commun., 2001, 24, 2670-2671.
    [Link]

     

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  3. K. Malek and M.-O. Coppens,
    Effects of surface roughness on self- and transport diffusion in porous media in the Knudsen regime,
    Phys. Rev. Lett., 2001, 87, 125505.
    [Link]

     

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  5. M.-O. Coppens, J.-H. Sun, and Th. Maschmeyer,
    Synthesis of hierarchical porous silicas with a controlled pore size distribution at various length scales,
    Catal. Today, 2001, 69, 331-335.
    [Link]

     

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  7. J.-H. Sun, J.A. Moulijn, J.C. Jansen, Th. Maschmeyer, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Alcothermal synthesis under basic conditions of an SBA-15 with long-range order and stability,
    Adv. Mat., 2001, 13, 327-331.
    [Link]

     

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  9. M.-O. Coppens,
    Characterization of fractal surface roughness and its influence on diffusion and reaction,
    Coll. Surf. A , 2001, 187-188, 257-265.
    [Link]
  1. F. Keil, R. Krishna and M.-O. Coppens,
    Modeling of diffusion in zeolites,
    Invited paper for Rev. Chem. Eng., 2000, 16, 71-197.
    [Link]

     

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  3. J. R. van Ommen, J. C. Schouten, M.-O. Coppens and C. M. van den Bleek,
    Early warning of agglomeration in fluidized beds by attractor comparison,
    A.I.Ch.E. J., 2000, 46, 2183-2197.
    [Link]

     

  1. M.-O. Coppens,
    The effect of fractal surface roughness on diffusion and reaction in porous catalysts - From fundamentals to industrial applications,
    Invited paper for Catalysis Today, 1999, 53, 223-242.
    [Link]

     

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  3. J. R. van Ommen, J. C. Schouten, M.-O. Coppens and C. M. van den Bleek,
    Monitoring fluidization by dynamic pressure analysis,
    Chem. Eng. & Technology., 1999, 22, 773-775.
    [Link]

     

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  5. M.-O. Coppens, A. T. Bell and A. K. Chakraborty,
    Dynamic Monte-Carlo and mean-field study of the effect of strong adsorption sites on self-diffusion in zeolites,
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 1999, 54, 3455-3463.
    [Link]

     

  1. M.-O. Coppens,
    The effect of fractal surface roughness on diffusion and reaction in porous catalysts - From fundamentals to industrial applications,
    Invited paper for Catalysis Today, 1999, 53, 223-242.
    [Link]

     

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  3. X.-Y. Guo, Y.-W. Li, S.-Y. Chen, H.-P. Yang, and M.-O. Coppens,
    Determination of the surface fractal dimension for porous media by mercury porosimetry and capillary condensation, (in Chinese)
    Progress in Chemistry (China), 1998, 10, 97-99.
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  1. M.-O. Coppens and G. F. Froment,
    The effectiveness of mass fractal catalysts,
    Fractals, 1997, 5, 493-505.
    [Link]

     

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  1. M.-O. Coppens and G. F. Froment,
    Catalyst design accounting for the fractal surface morphology,
    Chem. Eng. J., 1996, 64, 69-76.
    [Link]

     

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  3. M.-O. Coppens and G. F. Froment,
    Fractal aspects in the catalytic reforming of naphtha,
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 1996, 51, 2283-2292.
    [Link]

     

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  1. M.-O. Coppens and G. F. Froment,
    Knudsen diffusion in porous catalysts with a fractal internal surface,
    Fractals, 1995, 3, 807-820.
    [Link]

     

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  3. M.-O. Coppens and G. F. Froment,
    Diffusion and reaction in a fractal catalyst pore - II. Diffusion and first-order reaction,
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 1995, 50, 1027-1039.
    [Link]

     

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  5. M.-O. Coppens and G. F. Froment,
    Diffusion and reaction in a fractal catalyst pore - I. Geometrical aspects,
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 1995, 50, 1013-1026.
    [Link]

     

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  1. M.-O. Coppens and G. F. Froment,
    Diffusion and reaction in a fractal catalyst pore - III. Application to the simulation of vinyl acetate production from ethylene,
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 1994, 49, 4897-4907.
    [Link]

     

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