Institut de Chimie de Lyon

2010

Kinetic of adsorption and of photocatalytic degradation of phenylalanine effect of pH and light intensity. L. Elsellami, F. Vocanson, F. Dappozze, E. Puzenat, O. Paisse, A. Houas, C. Guillard Applied Catalysis A - General 2010, 380, 142

Kinetics and initial photocatalytic pathway of tryptophan, important constituent of microorganisms. L. Elsellami, F. Vocanson, F. Dappozze, R. Baudot, G. Febvay, A. Houas, C. Guillard Applied Catalysis B - Environmental 2010, 94, 192

Photocatalytic degradation of boscalid in aqueous titanium dioxide suspension: Identification of intermediates and degradation pathways. L. Lagunas-Allue, M.-T. Martinez-Soria, J. Sanz-Asensio, A. Salvador, C. Ferronato, J.-M. Chovelon Applied Catalysis B - Environmental 2010, 98, 122

Mass Transfer of Carbaryl from Pure Water to Salt Aqueous Solution: Result Comparison Between Sea and Lab-Made Water. J. Saab, R. Abou Naccoul, J. Stephan, C. Goutaudier, R. Ouaini, I. Mokbel, N. Ouaini, J. Jose 2010, Water Air and Soil Pollution. 209, 241

Development and validation of an analytical method by LC-MS/MS for the quantification of estrogens in sewage sludge. V. Gabet-Giraud, C. Miège, B. Herbreteau, G. Hernandez-Raquet, M. Coquery Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2010, 396, 1841

Recent Trends in Monitoring of European Water Framework Directive Priority Substances Using Micro-Sensors : A 2007-2009 Review. P. Namour, M. Lepot, N. Jaffrezic-Renault Sensors 2010, 10, 7947

Sensors for measuring biodegradable and total organic matter in water. P. Namour, N. Jaffrezic-Renault Trac-Trends in Analytical Chemistry 2010, 29, 848

Development and validation of an analytical method by LC-MS/MS for the quantification of estrogens in sewage sludge. V. Gabet-Giraud, C. Miège, B. Herbreteau, G. Hernandez-Raquet, M. Coquery Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2010, 396, 1841

Properties of polymer/clay interphase in nanoparticles synthesised through in-situ polymerisation processes, J. Faucheu, C. Gauthier, L. Chazeau, J.-Y. cavaillé, V. Mellon, E. Bourgeat-Lami, Polymer, 51:20, 4462-4471, 2010.

Miniemulsion polymerization for synthesis of structured clay/polymer nanocomposites: Short review and recent advances, J. Faucheu, C. Gauthier, L. Chazeau, J.-Y. Cavaillé, V. Mellon, E. Bourgeat Lami, Polymer, 51:1, 6-17, 2010

New ethyl cellulose/acrylic hybrid latexes and coatings via miniemulsion polymerization. R. Chen, F. Chu,C. Gauthier, L. Chazeau, I. Chaduc, E. Bourgeat-Lami, M. Lansalot, J. Polym. Sci.:PtA Polym. Chem., 48: 11, 2329-2339, 2010.

Mediatory Role of Tin in the Catalytic Performance of Tailored Platinum-Tin Alloy Surfaces for Carbon Monoxide Oxidation. C. Dupont, Y. Jugnet, F. Delbecq, and D. Loffreda, J. Catal. 2010, 273, 211-220. 

Adsorption and vibrations of a-b unsaturated aldehydes on Pt(111) and Pt-Sn alloy (111) surfaces. III. Adsorption energy vs adsorption strength J. Haubrich, D. Loffreda, F. Delbecq, P. Sautet, Y. Jugnet, C. Becker, K. Wandelt J. Phys. Chem. C 2010, 114, 1073-1084. 

Oxidation of methane and ethylene in water at ambient conditions, A. B. Sorokin, E. V. Kudrik, L. X. Alvarez, P. Afanasiev, J. M. M.Millet, D. Bouchu, Catalysis Today, 157, 149-154 (2010)

High-valent diiron species generated from N-bridged diiron phthalocyanine and H2O2, P. Afanasiev, E. V. Kudrik, J. M. M. Millet, D. Bouchu, A. B.Sorokin, Dalton Transactions, 40, 701-710 (2010)

Alumina as a Simultaneous Support and Cocatalyst: Cationic Hafnium Complex evidenced by Experimental and DFT analyses. Marco Delgado, Catherine C. Santini, Françoise Delbecq, Raphaël Wischert, Boris Le Guennic, Géraldine Tosin, R. Spitz, Jean-Marie Basset, and Philippe SautetJ. Phys. Chem. C 114, 19024-19034 (2010)

Controlled Interactions between Anhydrous Keggin type Heteropolyacids and Silica Support: Preparation and Characterization of well Defined Silica Supported Polyoxometalate Species. E. Grinenval; X. Rozanska; A. Baudouin; E. Berrier; F. Delbecq; P. Sautet; J.-M. Basset; F. Lefebvre, J. Phys. Chem. C 114, 18516 (2010)

Revisiting the structure of methyltrioxorhenium chemisorbed on aluminaR. Wischert, C. Copéret, F. Delbecq, P. SautetChemCatChem 2, 812-815 (2010)

Synthesis and characterization of novel radiopaque poly(allyl amine) nanoparticles. Mawad, Damia; Lauto, Antonio; Penciu, Alexandra; Mehier, Henri; Fenet, Bernard; Fessi, Hatem; Chevalier, Yves. Nanotechnology (2010), 21(33), 335603/1-335603/8

How do Physical-Chemical Parameters Influence the Catalytic Hydrogenation of 1,3-Cyclohexadiene in Ionic Liquids ? Campbell, Paul S.; Podgorsek, Ajda; Gutel, Thibaut; Santini, Catherine C.; Padua, Agilio A. H.; Costa Gomes, Margarida F.; Bayard, Francois; Fenet, Bernard; Chauvin, Yves. Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2010), 114(24), 8156-8165.

A novel stabilization model for ruthenium nanoparticles in imidazolium ionic liquids: in situ spectroscopic and labelling evidence. Campbell, Paul S.; Santini, Catherine C.; Bouchu, Denis; Fenet, Bernard; Philippot, Karine; Chaudret, Bruno; Padua, Agilio A. H.; Chauvin, Yves. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2010), 12(16), 4217-4223.

Synthesis and characterisation of ionic liquids based on 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium chloride and MCl4, M = Hf and Zr; Campbell, Paul S.; Santini, Catherine C.; Bouchu, Denis; Fenet, Bernard; Rycerz, Leszek; Chauvin, Yves; Gaune-Escard, Marcelle; Bessada, Catherine; Rollet, Anne-Laure. Dalton Transactions (2010), 39(5), 1379-1388.

A New Approach for Understanding the Mechanism of Butadiene and Butenol Reactions with Pd(TPPTS)(3) Catalyst in Water, E. Kuntz, J. M. Basset, D. Bouchu, G. Godard,F. Lefebvre, N. Legagneux, C. Lucas, D. Michelet, Organometallics, 29, 523-526 (2010)

 

 

 

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