Robert Keller
Robert Keller
Institute for Chemical Process Engineering, RWTH Aachen University
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Beyond the catalyst: How electrode and reactor design determine the product spectrum during electrochemical CO2 reduction
JB Vennekoetter, R Sengpiel, M Wessling
Chemical Engineering Journal 364, 89-101, 2019
Hybrid membrane with TiO2 based bio-catalytic nanoparticle suspension system for the degradation of bisphenol-A
J Hou, G Dong, B Luu, RG Sengpiel, Y Ye, M Wessling, V Chen
Bioresource technology 169, 475-483, 2014
From beech wood to itaconic acid: case study on biorefinery process integration
L Regestein, T Klement, P Grande, D Kreyenschulte, B Heyman, ...
Biotechnology for biofuels 11 (1), 1-11, 2018
3D-printed conductive static mixers enable all-vanadium redox flow battery using slurry electrodes
K Percin, A Rommerskirchen, R Sengpiel, Y Gendel, M Wessling
Journal of Power Sources 379, 228-233, 2018
Combining Experiment and Theory To Unravel the Mechanism of Two-Electron Oxygen Reduction at a Selective and Active Co-catalyst
VJ Bukas, HW Kim, R Sengpiel, K Knudsen, J Voss, BD McCloskey, ...
ACS Catalysis 8 (12), 11940-11951, 2018
Closing the cycle: Phosphorus removal and recovery from diluted effluents using acid resistive membranes
O Nir, R Sengpiel, M Wessling
Chemical Engineering Journal 346, 640-648, 2018
The electrolyte matters: Stable systems for high rate electrochemical CO2 reduction
JB Vennekötter, T Scheuermann, R Sengpiel, M Wessling
Journal of CO2 Utilization 32, 202-213, 2019
Metallized hollow fiber membranes for electrochemical fouling control
D Bell, R Sengpiel, M Wessling
Journal of Membrane Science 594, 117397, 2020
Hydrotropic solutions enable homogeneous Fenton treatment of lignin
RG Keller, D Di Marino, M Blindert, M Wessling
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 59 (10), 4229-4238, 2020
An electro-Fenton process coupled with nanofiltration for enhanced conversion of cellobiose to glucose
RG Keller, J Weyand, JB Vennekoetter, J Kamp, M Wessling
Catalysis Today, 2020
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