Goutam Deo
Goutam Deo
Professor of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
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Reactivity of supported vanadium oxide catalysts: The partial oxidation of methanol
G Deo, IE Wachs
Journal of catalysis 146 (2), 323-334, 1994
Predicting molecular structures of surface metal oxide species on oxide supports under ambient conditions
G Deo, IE Wachs
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 95 (15), 5889-5895, 1991
Vapor− liquid phase coexistence, critical properties, and surface tension of confined alkanes
SK Singh, A Sinha, G Deo, JK Singh
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 113 (17), 7170-7180, 2009
Supported vanadium oxide catalysts: molecular structural characterization and reactivity properties
G Deo, IE Wachs, J Haber
Critical Reviews in Surface Chemistry 4, 141-141, 1994
Reactivity of V2O5catalysts for the selective catalytic reduction of NO by NH3: Influence of vanadia loading, H2O, and SO2
MD Amiridis, IE Wachs, G Deo, JM Jehng
Journal of Catalysis 161 (1), 247-253, 1996
Selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3over supported vanadia catalysts
IE Wachs, G Deo, BM Weckhuysen, A Andreini, MA Vuurman, M de Boer, ...
Journal of Catalysis 161 (1), 211-221, 1996
In situ IR, Raman, and UV-Vis DRS spectroscopy of supported vanadium oxide catalysts during methanol oxidation
LJ Burcham, G Deo, X Gao, IE Wachs
Topics in Catalysis 11, 85-100, 2000
Characterization of titania silicalites
G Deo, AM Turek, IE Wachs, DRC Huybrechts, PA Jacobs
Zeolites 13 (5), 365-373, 1993
Effect of additives on the structure and reactivity of the surface vanadium oxide phase in V2O5/TiO2 catalysts
G Deo, IE Wachs
Journal of catalysis 146 (2), 335-345, 1994
Effect of water vapor on the molecular structures of supported vanadium oxide catalysts at elevated temperatures
JM Jehng, G Deo, BM Weckhuysen, IE Wachs
Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 110 (1), 41-54, 1996
Nature of the vanadia–ceria interface in V5+/CeO2 catalysts and its relevance for the solid-state reaction toward CeVO4 and catalytic properties
MV Martınez-Huerta, JM Coronado, M Fernández-Garcıa, A Iglesias-Juez, ...
Journal of Catalysis 225 (1), 240-248, 2004
Fundamental studies of butane oxidation over model-supported vanadium oxide catalysts: Molecular structure-reactivity relationships
IE Wachs, JM Jehng, G Deo, BM Weckhuysen, VV Guliants, JB Benziger, ...
Journal of catalysis 170 (1), 75-88, 1997
Interaction of polycrystalline silver with oxygen, water, carbon dioxide, ethylene, and methanol: in situ Raman and catalytic studies
CB Wang, G Deo, IE Wachs
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 103 (27), 5645-5656, 1999
Physical and chemical characterization of surface vanadium oxide supported on titania: influence of the titania phase (anatase, rutile, brookite and B)
G Deo, AM Turek, IE Wachs, T Machej, J Haber, N Das, H Eckert, AM Hirt
Applied Catalysis A: General 91 (1), 27-42, 1992
Oxidative dehydrogenation of propane over supported chromia catalysts: influence of oxide supports and chromia loading
M Cherian, MS Rao, AM Hirt, IE Wachs, G Deo
Journal of Catalysis 211 (2), 482-495, 2002
Surface oxide-support interaction (SOSI) for surface redox sites
G Deo, IE Wachs
Journal of Catalysis;(USA) 129 (1), 1991
Oxidative dehydrogenation of propane on V2O5/Al2O3 and V2O5/TiO2 catalysts: understanding the effect of support by parameter estimation
K Routray, K Reddy, G Deo
Applied Catalysis A: General 265 (1), 103-113, 2004
Combined Raman and IR study of MO x–V 2 O 5/Al 2 O 3 (MO x= MoO 3, WO 3, NiO, CoO) catalysts under dehydrated conditions
MA Vuurman, DJ Stufkens, A Oskam, G Deo, IE Wachs
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 92 (17), 3259-3265, 1996
Redox properties of niobium oxide catalysts
IE Wachs, JM Jehng, G Deo, H Hu, N Arora
Catalysis Today 28 (1-2), 199-205, 1996
The formation of titanium oxide monolayer coatings on silica surfaces
S Srinivasan, AK Datye, M Hampden-Smith, IE Wachs, G Deo, JM Jehng, ...
Journal of Catalysis 131 (1), 260-275, 1991
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