Items by Lukyanov, Dmitry
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Foo, R., Vazhnova, T., Lukyanov, D. B., Millington, P., Collier, J., Rajaram, R. and Golunski, S., 2015. Formation of reactive Lewis acid sites on Fe/WO3–ZrO2 catalysts for higher temperature SCR applications. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 162, pp. 174-179.
Vazhnova, T. and Lukyanov, D. B., 2013. Fourier self-deconvolution of the IR spectra as a tool for investigation of distinct functional groups in porous materials : Brønsted acid sites in zeolites. Analytical Chemistry, 85 (23), pp. 11291-11296.
Vazhnova, T., Rigby, S. P. and Lukyanov, D. B., 2013. Benzene alkylation with ethane in ethylbenzene over a PtH-MFI catalyst : Kinetic and IR investigation of the catalyst deactivation. Journal of Catalysis, 301, pp. 125-133.
Wong, K. S., Vazhnova, T., Rigby, S. P. and Lukyanov, D. B., 2013. Temperature effects in benzene alkylation with ethane into ethylbenzene over a PtH-MFI bifunctional catalyst. Applied Catalysis A General, 454, pp. 137-144.
Lukyanov, D. B., Beckett, S. J. and Vazhnova, T., 2012. Toward better understanding of the catalytic action of acidic zeolites: investigation in methane and ethane activation and transformation. ACS Catalysis, 2 (12), pp. 2596-2601.
Kolaczkowski, S., Ye, S., Yap, Y., Robinson, K. and Lukyanov, D., 2012. Transient experiments on a full-scale DOC - methodology and techniques to support modelling. Catalysis Today, 188 (1), pp. 53-61.
Ye, S., Yap, Y. H., Kolaczkowski, S. T., Robinson, K. and Lukyanov, D., 2012. Catalyst ‘light-off’ experiments on a diesel oxidation catalyst connected to a diesel engine - methodology and techniques. Chemical Engineering Research & Design, 90 (6), pp. 834-845.
Lukyanov, D. B. and Vazhnova, T., 2011. Transformation of methane over platinum supported catalysts at moderate temperature. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 342-343, pp. 1-5.
Chua, L. M., Vazhnova, T., Mays, T. J., Lukyanov, D. B. and Rigby, S. P., 2010. Deactivation of PtH-MFI bifunctional catalysts by coke formation during benzene alkylation with ethane. Journal of Catalysis, 271 (2), pp. 401-412.
Lukyanov, D. B. and Vazhnova, T., 2009. Selective and stable benzene alkylation with methane into toluene over PtH-MFI bifunctional catalyst. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 305 (1-2), pp. 95-99.
Lukyanov, D. B. and Vazhnova, T., 2008. Highly selective and stable alkylation of benzene with ethane into ethylbenzene over bifunctional PtH-MFI catalysts. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 279 (1), pp. 128-132.
Lukyanov, D. B. and Vazhnova, T., 2008. A kinetic study of benzene alkylation with ethane into ethylbenzene over bifunctional PtH-MFI catalyst. Journal of Catalysis, 257 (2), pp. 382-389.
Lukyanov, D. B. and Vazhnova, T., 2006. Active Sites in Working Bifunctional GaH-TON Aromatization Catalysts: Kinetic Evaluation. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 110 (37), pp. 18473-18480.
Lukyanov, D. B. and Vazhnova, T., 2006. Aromatization activity of gallium containing MFI and TON zeolite catalysts in n-butane conversion: Effects of gallium and reaction conditions. Applied Catalysis A General, 316 (1), pp. 61-67.
Nguyen, L. H., Vazhnova, T., Kolaczkowski, S. T. and Lukyanov, D. B., 2006. Combined experimental and kinetic modelling studies of the pathways of propane and n-butane aromatization over H-ZSM-5 catalyst. Chemical Engineering Science, 61 (17), pp. 5881-5894.
Lukyanov, D. B., Nguyen, L. H., Vazhnova, T. and Kolaczkowski, S. T., 2005. Combined experimental and kinetic modelling studies of catalyst deactivation: propene and propane aromatisation over H-ZSM-5 catalyst. In: World Congress of Chemical Engineering, 7th, 2005-07-10 - 2005-07-14, Glasgow.
Kagansky, A., Freeman, L., Lukyanov, D. and Strunnikov, A., 2004. Histone Tail-independent Chromatin Binding Activity of Recombinant Cohesin Holocomplex. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 279 (5), pp. 3382-3388.
Lukyanov, D. B. and Vazhnova, T., 2001. Dehydroisomerisation of n-butane into isobutene over Ga-containing zeolite catalysts. Special Publication - Royal Society of Chemistry, 266 (Supported Catalysts ), pp. 188-195.