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    Al-Naji, M.; Popova, M.; Chen, Z.; Wilde, N.; Gläser, R.: Aqueous-phase hydrogenation of levulinic acid using formic acid as a sustainable reducing agent over Pt catalysts supported on mesoporous zirconia. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 8 (1), pp. 393 - 402 (2020)
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    Al-Naji, M.; Van Aelst, J.; Liao, Y.; d'Halluin, M.; Tian, Z.; Wang, C.; Gläser, R.; Sels, B. F.: Pentanoic acid from γ-valerolactone and formic acid using bifunctional catalysis. Green Chemistry 22 (4), pp. 1171 - 1181 (2020)
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    Brandi, F.; Bäumel, M.; Molinari, V.; Shekova, I.; Lauermann, I.; Heil, T.; Antonietti, M.; Al-Naji, M.: Nickel on nitrogen-doped carbon pellets for continuous flow hydrogenation of biomass derived-compounds in water. Green Chemistry 22 (9), pp. 2755 - 2766 (2020)
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    Klemm, M.; Kröger, M.; Görsch, K.; Lange, R.; Hilpmann, G.; Lali, F.; Haase, S.; Krusche, M.; Ullrich, F.; Chen, Z. et al.; Wilde, N.; Al-Naji, M.; Gläser, R.: Experimental evaluation of a new approach for a two-stage hydrothermal biomass liquefaction process. Energies 13 (14), 3692 (2020)
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    Al-Naji, M.; Puértola, B.; Kumru, B.; Cruz, D.; Bäumel, M.; Schmidt, B. V. K. J.; Tarakina, N. V.; Pérez‐Ramírez, J.: Sustainable continuous flow valorization of γ‐valerolactone with trioxane to α‐methylene‐γ‐valerolactone over basic beta zeolite. ChemSusChem 12 (12), pp. 2628 - 2636 (2019)
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    Kumru, B.; Mendoza Mesa, J.; Antonietti, M.; Al-Naji, M.: Metal-free visible-light-induced dithiol–ene clicking via carbon nitride to valorize 4-pentenoic acid as a functional monomer. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 7 (21), pp. 17574 - 17579 (2019)
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    Chmelik, C.; Liebau, M.; Al-Naji, M.; Möllmer, J.; Enke, D.; Gläser, R.; Kärger, J.: One-Shot Measurement of Effectiveness Factors of Chemical Conversion in Porous Catalysts. ChemCatChem 10 (24), pp. 5602 - 5609 (2018)
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    Al-Naji, M.; Yepez, A.; Balu, A. M.; Romero, A. A.; Chen, Z.; Wilde, N.; Li, H.; Shih, K.; Glaeser, R.; Luqueb, R.: Insights into the selective hydrogenation of levulinic acid to gamma-valerolactone using supported mono- and bimetallic catalysts. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A 417, pp. 145 - 152 (2016)
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    Zhang, W.; Chen, Z.; Al-Naji, M.; Guo, P.; Cwik, S.; Halbherr, O.; Wang, Y.; Muhler, M.; Wilde, N.; Glaeser, R. et al.; Fischer, R. A.: Simultaneous introduction of various palladium active sites into MOF via one-pot synthesis: Pd@[Cu3-xPdx(BTC)2]n. Dalton Transactions 45 (38), pp. 14883 - 14887 (2016)
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    Al-Naji, M.; Balu, A. M.; Roibu, A.; Goepel, M.; Einicke, W.-D.; Luquec, R.; Glaeser, R.: Mechanochemical preparation of advanced catalytically active bifunctional Pd-containing nanomaterials for aqueous phase hydrogenation. Catalysis Science & Technology 5 (4), pp. 2085 - 2091 (2015)
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    Goepel, M.; Al-Naji, M.; Carozza, C. F.; With, P. C.; Gläser, R.: Hydrierreaktionen in der chemischen Technik: Effiziente Testung hydrieraktiver Edelmetall-Trägerkatalysatoren. GIT Labor-Fachzeitschrift 58 (2), pp. 44 - 46 (2014)
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    Goepel, M.; Al-Naji, M.; With, P.; Wagner, G.; Oeckler, O.; Enke, D.; Glaeser, R.: Hydrogenation of p-Nitrophenol to p-Aminophenol as a test reaction for the catalytic activity of supported Pt catalysts. Chemical Engineering and Technology 37 (3), pp. 551 - 554 (2014)
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    Goepel, M.; Al-Naji, M.; With, P.; Wagner, G.; Oeckler, O.; Enke, D.; Glaeser, R.: Hydrierung von p‐Nitrophenol zu p‐Aminophenol als Testreaktion für die katalytische Aktivität von Pt‐Trägerkatalysatoren. Chemie-Ingenieur-Technik 85 (11), pp. 1774 - 1778 (2013)
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