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  1. 2010
    Journal Article
    Demir-Cakan, R.; Makowski, P.; Antonietti, M.; Goettmann, F.; Titirici, M. M.: Hydrothermal synthesis of imidazole functionalized carbon spheres and their application in catalysis. Catalysis Today 150 (1-2 Sp. Iss.), pp. 115 - 118 (2010)
  2. 2009
    Journal Article
    Carrignon, C.; Makowski, P.; Antonietti, M.; Goettmann, F.: Chloride ion pairs as catalysts for the alkylation of aldehydes and ketones with C-H acidic compounds. Tetrahedron Letters 50 (34), pp. 4833 - 4837 (2009)
  3. Journal Article
    Makowski, P.; Rothe, R.; Thomas, A.; Niederberger , M.; Goettmann, F.: Chlorine borrowing: an efficient method for an easier use of alcohols as alkylation agents. Green Chemistry 11 (1), pp. 34 - 37 (2009)
  4. Journal Article
    Makowski, P.; Thomas, A.; Kuhn, P.; Goettmann, F.: Organic materials for hydrogen storage applications: from physisorption on organic solids to chemisorption in organic molecules. Energy & Environmental Science 2 (5), pp. 480 - 490 (2009)
  5. Journal Article
    Yao, W. T.; Makowski, P.; Giordano, C.; Goettmann, F.: Synthesis of Early-Transition-Metal Carbide and Nitride Nanoparticles through the Urea Route and Their Use as Alkylation Catalysts. Chemistry – A European Journal 15 (44), pp. 11999 - 12004 (2009)
  6. 2008
    Journal Article
    Makowski, P.; Weber, J.; Thomas, A.; Goettmann, F.: A mesoporous poly(benzimidazole) network as a purely organic heterogeneous catalyst for the Knoevenagel condensation. Catalysis Communications 10 (2), pp. 243 - 247 (2008)
  7. Journal Article
    Fischer, A.; Makowski, P.; Müller, J. O.; Antonietti, M.; Thomas, A.; Goettmann, F.: High-surface-area TiO₂ and TiN as catalysts for the C-C coupling of alcohols and ketones. ChemSusChem 1 (5), pp. 444 - 449 (2008)
  8. Journal Article
    Makowski, P.; Demir-Cakan, R.; Antonietti, M.; Goettmann, F.; Titirici, M. M.: Selective partial hydrogenation of hydroxy aromatic derivatives with palladium nanoparticles supported on hydrophilic carbon. Chemical Communications (8), pp. 999 - 1001 (2008)
 
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