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Krijn P. de Jong (1954) obtained his MSc in chemistry (1978) and PhD degree in catalysis (1982), both degrees cum laude and at Utrecht University. In 1987 he obtained an MSc in chemical engineering from Twente University. From 1982-1997 he was with Shell Research working on catalyst synthesis, heavy oil conversion, environmental processes, zeolite catalysis and synthesis gas production and conversion. In 1997 he was appointed as full professor of inorganic chemistry and catalysis at Utrecht University. His current research interests are catalyst synthesis and assembly, hydrocarbon conversions over zeolites, solid catalysts for fine chemicals manufacture, conversion of synthesis gas and hydrogen storage.

From 2012-2015 he was Scientific Director of the Debye Institute for Nanomaterials Science of Utrecht University, Vice-Head of the Department of Chemistry and member of the board of the Debye Institute. He is a member of the Technology Advisory Council (TAC) of BP.

He obtained the Unilever Chemistry Award in 1977, the Shell Patent Award in 1987 and  in1991. He was the recipient of the international Award for Excellence in Natural Gas Conversion in 2013. In 2017 he has been awarded with the EFCATS François Gault Lectureship and the Eminent Visitor Award of South Africa at the CATSA Conference.

 

 

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2018

 

283.      Weber, J. Lennart; Dugulan, Iulian; de Jongh, Petra E.; de Jong, K.P,  ChemCatChem 10 (2018) 1107-1112, “Bifunctional Catalysis for the Conversion of Synthesis Gas to Olefins and Aromatics”.

 

282.      van Deelen T.W., Su H., Sommerdijk N.A.J.M., de Jong K.P., Chemical Communications 54 (2018) 2530-2533, “Assembly and activation of supported cobalt nanocrystal catalysts for the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis”.

 

2017

 

281.      Sun X., Olivos-Suarez A.I., Meijerink M., van Deelen T., Ould-Chikh S., Zecevic J., de Jong K.P., Kapteijn F., Gascon J., Nature Communications, Vol. 8 (2017), “Manufacture of highly loaded silica-supported cobalt Fischer-Tropsch catalysts from a metal organic framework”.

 

280.      van den Reijen J. E., Kanungo S., Welling T.A.J., Versluijs-Helder M., Nijhuis T.A., de Jong K.P., de Jongh P.E., Journal of Catalysis 356 (2017), 65-74, “Preparation and particle size effects of Ag/alpha-Al2O3 catalysts for ethylene epoxidation”.

 

279.      Hernandez Mejia C., den Otter J.H., Weber J.L., de Jong K.P., Applied Catalysis A-General, 548 (2017), 143-149, “Crystalline niobia with tailored porosity as support for cobalt catalysts for the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis”.

 

278.      Oschatz M., Krause S., Krans, N.A., Hernandez Mejia C., Kaskel S., de Jong K.P., Chemical Communications, Vol. 53, Issue 73 (2017), 10204-10207, “Influence of precursor porosity on sodium and sulfur promoted iron/carbon Fischer-Tropsch catalysts derived from metal-organic frameworks”.

 

277.      Plessers E., van den Reijen J.E., de Jongh P.E., de Jong K.P., Roeffaers M.B.J., Chemcatchem, Vol. 9, Issue 24 (2017), 4562-4569, “Origin and Abatement of Heterogeneity at the Support Granule Scale of Silver on Silica Catalysts”.

 

276.      Masoud N., L. Delannoy, H.L. Schaink, A.M.J. van der Eerden, J.W. de Rijk, T.A.G. Silva, D. Banerjee, J.D. Meeldijk, K.P. de Jong, C. Louis, P.E. de Jongh, ACS Catal., (2017), 7, 5594–5603, “Superior Stability of Au/SiO2 Compared to Au/TiO2 Catalysts for the Selective Hydrogenation of Butadiene”.

 

275.      Liu B., M.M. van Schooneveld, Y. Cui, J. Miyawaki, Y. Harada, T.O. Eschemann, K.P. de Jong, M.U. Delgado-Jaime, F.M.F. de Groot, J. Phys. Chem. C, Vol. 121, Issue 32 (2017), 17450-17456,  “In-Situ 2p3d Resonant Inelastic X-ray Scattering Tracking Cobalt Nanoparticle Reduction”.

 

274.      Casavola, M., J. Xie, J.D. Meeldijk, N.A. Krans, A.E. Goryachev, J.P. Hofmann, A.I. Dugulan, K.P. de Jong, ACS Catal. Vol. 7, (2017), 5121-5128, “Promoted Iron Nanocrystals Obtained via Ligand Exchange as Active and Selective Catalysts for Synthesis Gas Conversion”.

 

273.      Masoud N., L. Delannoy, C. Calers, J.-J. Gallet, F. Bournel, K.P. de Jong, C. Louis, P.E. de Jongh, ChemCatChem, Vol. 9, Issue 12, (2017), 2418-2425, “Silica-Supported Au–Ag Catalysts for the Selective Hydrogenation of Butadiene”.

 

272.      Jong de K.P., J. Zecevic, Nature Materials, Vol. 16, Issue 1 (2017), 7-8, “Porous catalysts: The platinum rush” (News and Views).

 

2016

 

271.      Bramwell P.L., Gao J., de Waal B., de Jong K.P., Klein Gebbink R.J.M., de Jongh P.E., Journal of Catalysis 344 (2016), 129-135, “A transition-metal-free hydrogenation catalyst: Pore-confined sodium alanate for the hydrogenation of alkynes and alkenes”.

 

270.      Oschatz M., J.P. Hofmann, T.W. van Deelen, W.S. Lamme, N.A. Krans, E.J.M. Hensen, K.P. de Jong, ChemCatChem, Vol. 9, Issue 4 (2016), 620-628, “Effects of the functionalization of the ordered mesoporous carbon support surface on iron catalysts for the Fischer–Tropsch synthesis of Lower Olefins”.

 

269.      Oschatz M., N.A. Krans, J. Xie, K.P. de Jong, Journal of Energy Chemistry, 25, (2016), 985–993 “Systematic variation of the sodium/sulfur promoter content on carbon-supported iron catalysts for the Fischer-Tropsch to olefins reaction”.

 

268.      Oschatz M,  T.W. van Deelen, J.L. Weber, W.S. Lamme, G. Wang, B. Goderis, O. Verkinderen, A.I. Dugulanc, K.P. de Jong, Catal. Sci. Technol., 6, (2016), 8464-8473, “Effects of calcination and activation conditions on ordered mesoporous carbon supported iron catalysts for production of lower olefins from synthesis gas”.

                       

267.      Zecevic J., J. Hermannsdörfer, T. Schuh, K.P. de Jong, N. de Jonge, Small (2016), 1-8, “Anisotropic Shape Changes of Silica Nanoparticles Induced in Liquid with Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy”.

 

266.      Bramwell P.L., J. Gao, B. de Waal, K.P. de Jong, R.J.M. Klein Gebbink, P.E. de Jongh, Journal of Catalysis 344 (2016) 129–135 “A transition-metal-free hydrogenation catalyst: Pore-confined sodium alanate for the hydrogenation of alkynes and alkenes”.

 

265.      Berg van den R., G. Prieto, G. Korpershoek, L. I. van der Wal, A. J. van Bunningen, S. Lægsgaard-Jørgensen, P. E. de Jongh, K. P. de Jong,           Nature Communications 7 (2016) 1-7, “Structure sensitivity of Cu and CuZn catalysts relevant to industrial methanol synthesis”.

 

264.      Oschatz, M., W.S. Lamme, J. Xie, A. Iulian Dugulan, K.P. de Jong, ChemCatChem Vol. 8, Issue 17 (2016), 2846 – 2852, "Ordered Mesoporous Materials as Supports for Stable Iron Catalysts in the Fischer–Tropsch Synthesis of Lower Olefins".

 

263.      Wang, G.,  R. van den Berg, C. de Mello Donega, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh

            Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 192, (2016), 199–207, “Silica-supported Cu2O nanoparticles with tunable size for sustainablehydrogen generation”.

 

262.      Otter, J.H. den, H. Yoshida, C. Ledesma, D. Chen, K.P. de Jong, Journal of Catalysis 340 (2016) 270–275, “On the superior activity and selectivity of PtCo/Nb2O5 Fischer Tropsch catalysts”.

 

261.      Berg van den R., J. Zecevic, J. Sehested, S. Helveg, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Catalysis Today 272, (2016), 87–93 “Impact of the synthesis route of supported copper catalysts on the performance in the methanol synthesis reaction”.

 

260.      Xie, J., H. M. Torres Galvis, A.C.J. Koeken, A. Kirilin, A.I. Dugulan, M. Ruitenbeek, K.P. de Jong, ACS Catal., 6, (2016), 4017−4024, “Size and Promoter Effects on Stability of Carbon-Nanofiber-Supported Iron-Based Fischer−Tropsch Catalysts”.

259.      Berg van den R., C.F. Elkjaer, C.J. Gommes, I. Chorkendorff, J. Sehested, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, S. Helveg, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 138, (2016), 3433−3442, “Revealing the Formation of Copper Nanoparticles from a Homogeneous Solid Precursor by Electron Microscopy”.

258.      Xie, J., J. Yang, A.I. Dugulan, A. Holmen, D. Chen, K.P. de Jong, M.J. Louwerse, ACS Catal. 6, (2016), 3147-3157, “Size and Promoter Effects in Supported Iron Fischer–Tropsch Catalysts: Insights from Experiment and Theory”.

257.      Jong, K.P. de, Science 351 (2016), 1030-1031 “Surprised by selectivity”.

256.      Haasterecht, T. van, M. Swart, K.P. de Jong, J.H. Bitter, Journal of Energy Chemistry 25 (2016) 289-296, “Effect of initial nickel particle size on stability of nickel catalysts for aqueous phase reforming”.

 

255.      Armstrong, R.C., C. Wolfram, K.P. de Jong, R. Gross, N. S. Lewis, B. Boardman, A.J. Ragauskas, K. Ehrhardt-Martinez, G. Crabtree, M.V. Ramana, Nature Energy 1 (2016) 1-8, “The frontiers of energy”.

254.      Otter, J.H. den, S.R. Nijveld, K.P. de Jong, ACS Catalysis 6 (2016) 1616-1623, “Synergistic Promotion of Co/SiO2 Fischer-Tropsch Catalysts by Niobia and Platinum”.

253.      Oliveira, R.L., T. Nijholt, M. Shakeri, P.E. de Jongh, R.J.M. Klein Gebbink, K.P. de Jong, Catalysis Science and Technology, 6, (2016), 5124-5133, "Encapsulation of chiral Fe(salen) in mesoporous silica structures for use as catalysts to produce optically active sulfoxides".

 

252.      Eschemann, T.O., J. Oenema, K.P. de Jong, Catalysis Today 261 (2016), 60-66 “Effects of noble metal promotion for Co/TiO2Fischer-Tropsch catalysts”.

 

2015

251.      Zecevic, J., G. Vanbutsele, K.P. de Jong, J.A. Martens, Nature 528 (2015), 245-254, “Nanoscale intimacy in bifunctional catalysts for selective conversion of hydrocarbons”.

 

250.     Wei, Y., T.E. Parmentier, K.P. de Jong, J. Zecevic, Chem. Soc. Rev. 44, (2015), 7234-7264 “Tailoring and visualizing the pore architecture of hierarchical zeolites”.

 

249.      Wei, Y., P.E. de Jongh, M.L.M. Bonati, D.J. Law, G.J. Sunley, K.P. de Jong, Applied Catalysis A: General 504, (2015), 211–219, “Enhanced catalytic performance of zeolite ZSM-5 for conversion of methanol to dimethyl ether by combining alkaline treatment and partial activation”.

248.     van den Berg, R., Zecevic, J. Sehested, S. Helveg, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Catal. Today 2015 “Impact of the synthesis route of supported copper catalysts on the performance in the methanol synthesis reaction”.

 

247.     Gommes, C.J., G. Prieto, J. Zecevic, M. Vanhalle, B. Goderis, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 54 (2015), 11804 –11808, “Mesoscale Characterization of Nanoparticles Distribution Using X-ray Scattering”.

246.     Casavola, M., J. Hermannsdörfer, N. de Jonge, A. Iulian Dugulan, K.P. de Jong, Adv. Funct. Mater. 25, (2015), 5309–5319, “Fabrication of Fischer–Tropsch Catalysts by Deposition of Iron Nanocrystals on Carbon Nanotubes”.

 

245.     Eschemann, T.O., W.S. Lamme, R.L. Manchester, T.E. Parmentier, A. Cognigni, M. Ronning, K.P. de Jong, Journal of Catalysis 328, (2015) 130-138, “Effect of support surface treatment on the synthesis, structure, and performance of Co/CNT Fischer–Tropsch catalysts”.

 

244.     Munnik, P., P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Chemical Reviews 115, (2015), 6687−6718, “Recent Developments in the Synthesis of Supported Catalysts”.

 

243.     Berg van den R., T.E. Parmentier, C.F. Elkjær, C.J. Gommes, J. Sehested, S. Helveg, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, ACS Catalysis 5 (7), (2015), 4439-4448

           “Support Functionalization To Retard Ostwald Ripening in Copper Methanol Synthesis Catalysts”.

 

242.      Eschemann, T.O., K. P. de Jong, ACS Catalysis 5 (2015), 3181−3188 “Deactivation Behavior of Co/TiO2 Catalysts during Fischer−Tropsch Synthesis”.

 

241.      Oliveira, R.L., W. He, R.J.M. Klein Gebbink, K.P. de Jong, Catal. Sci. Technol., 5, (2015), 1919-1928, “Palladium nanoparticles confined in thiolfunctionalized ordered mesoporous silica for more stable Heck and Suzuki catalysts”.

 

240.      Oliveira R.L., M. Shakeri, J.D. Meeldijk, K. P. de Jong, P. E. de Jongh Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 201 (2015) 234–239 “Mapping nanocavities in plugged SBA-15 with confined silver nanostructures”.

2014

239.      Oliveira R.L., J.B.F.Hooijmans, P.E. de Jongh, R.J. M. Klein Gebbink, K.P. de Jong ChemCatChem 6 (2014), 3223-3230, “Stabilization of Palladium Catalysts for the Heck Reaction by Support Functionalization and Solvent Selection”.

 

238.      Shakeri, M., L. Roiban, V. Yazerski, G. Prieto, R. J. M. Klein Gebbink, P. E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, ACS Catalysis 4 (2014), 3791-3796 “Engineering and Sizing Nanoreactors To Confine Metal Complexes for Enhanced Catalytic Performance”.

 

237.      Munnik P., N.A. Krans, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, ACS Catalysis 4 (2014) 3219-3226, “ Effects of Drying Conditions on the Synthesis of Co/SiO2 and Co/

Al2O3 Fischer−Tropsch Catalysts”.

 

236.      Haasterecht van T., C.C.I. Ludding, K.P. de Jong, J.H. Bitter, Journal of Catalysis 319 (2014) 27-35, “Toward stable nickel catalysts for aqueous phase reforming of biomass-derived feedstock under reducing and alkaline conditions”.

 

235.      Munnik P., M.E.Z. Velthoen, P.E. de Jongh. K.P. de Jong, C.J. Gommes, Angewandte Chemie International 53 (2014), 9493-9497, “Nanoparticle Growth in Supported Nickel Catalysts during Methanation Reaction - Larger is Better”.

 

234.      Silva da, A.L.M. da, J.P. den Breejen, L.V. Mattos, J.H. Bitter, K.P. de Jong, F.B.Noronha, Journal of Catalysis 318 (2014) 67–74 “Cobalt particle size effects on catalytic performance for ethanol steam reforming – Smaller is better”.

 

233.      Otter, J.H. den, and K.P. de Jong, Top. Catal. 57 (2014) 445-450, “Highly Selective and Active Niobia-Supported Cobalt Catalysts for Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis”.

 

232.      Eschemann, T.O., J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Catal. Today 228 (2014), 89-95, “Effects of loading and synthesis method of titania-supported cobalt catalysts for Fischer–Tropsch synthesis”.

231 a. S.A.W. Hollak, K.P. de Jong, D.S. van Es, ChemCatChem 2014, 6, 2648 – 2655, “Catalytic Deoxygenation of Fatty Acids: Elucidation of the Inhibition Process”.

 

231.      Gao, J., P. Ngene, M. Herrich, W. Xia, O. Gutfleisch, M. Muhler, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Int. J. Hydr. Ener. 39 (2014), 10175-10183, “Interface effects in NaAlH4/carbon nanocomposites for hydrogen storage”.

 

230.      Munnik, P., P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 136 (2014), 7333-7340 “Control and Impact of the Nanoscale Distribution of Supported Cobalt Particles Used in Fischer−Tropsch Catalysis”.

 

229.      Au, Y.S., M. Klein Obbink, S. Sirinivasan, P.C.M.M. Magusin, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Adv. Funct. Mater 24 (2014), 3604-3611, “The Size Dependence of Hydrogen Mobility and Sorption Kinetics for Carbon-Supported MgH 2 Particles”.

 

228.      Prieto, G., M. Shakeri, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, ACS Nano 8 (2014), 2522-2531, “Quantitative Relationship between Support Porosity and the Stability of Pore-Confined Metal Nanoparticles Studied on CuZnO/SiO2 Methanol Synthesis Catalysts”.

 

227.      Lemonidou A.A., E.S. Vasiliadou, T.M. Eggenhuisen, P. Munnik, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Appl. Cat. B 145 (2014), 108-119, “Synthesis and performance of highly dispersed Cu/SiO2catalysts for thehydrogenolysis of glycerolE".

 

226.      Davis S.E., A.D. Benavidez, R.W. Gosselink, J.H. Bitter, K.P. de Jong, A.K. Datye and R.J. Davis., Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 388-389 (2014), 123-132, “Kinetics and mechanism of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural oxidation and their implications for catalyst development”.

225.      Prieto G., S. Beijer, M.L. Smith, M. He, Y. Au, Z. Wang, D.A. Bruce, K.P. de Jong, J.J. Spivey and P.E. de Jongh, Angew. Chem. Int. (2014), 6397-6401, “Design and Synthesis of Copper-Cobalt Catalysts for the Selective Conversion of Synthesis Gas to Ethanol and Higher Alcohols”.

224.      Haasterecht, T. van, T.W. van Deelen, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, Catal. Sci. Technol. 4 (2014) 2353-2366, “Transformations of polyols to organic acids and hydrogen in aqueous alkaline media”.

2013

223.      Yang, Y.Y., T.M. Eggenhuisen, M. Wolters, A Agiral, H. Frei, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, G. Mul, ChemCatChem 5 (2013), 550-556, “Effects of Support, Particle Size, and Process Parameters on Co3O4 Catalyzed H2O Oxidation Mediated by the [Ru(bpy)3]2+ Persulfate System”.

 

222.      Prieto, G., J. Zecevic, H. Friedrich, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Nature Materials 12 (2013), 34-39, “Towards stable catalysts by controlling collective properties of supported metal nanoparticles”.

221.      Stellwagen, D.R., F. van der Klis, D.S. van Es, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, ChemSusChem 6 (2013) 1668-1672, “Functionalized Carbon Nanofibers as Solid-Acid Catalysts for Transesterification”.

220.      Gosselink, R.W., S.A.W. Hollak, S.W. Chang, J. van Haveren, K.P. de Jong, J.H. Bitter and D.S. van Es, ChemSusChem 6 (2013) 1576-1594, “Reaction Pathways for the Deoxygenation of Vegetable Oils and Related Model Compounds”.

219.      Frey, A.M., T. van Haasterecht, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, ChemCatChem 5 (2013) 3621-3628, “Calcium Oxide Supported on Monoclinic Zirconia as a Highly Active Solid Base Catalyst”.

218.      Au, Y.S., M. Ponthieu, M. van Zwienen, C. Zlotea, F. Cuevas, K.P. de Jong and Petra E. de Jongh, J. Mat. Chem. A, 1 (2013), 9983-9991, “Synthesis of Mg2Cu nanoparticles on carbon supports with enhanced hydrogen sorption kinetics”. 

217.      Shakeri, M., R.J.M. Klein Gebbink, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 52 (2013) 10854-10857, “Tailoring the Window Sizes to Control the Local Concentration and Activity of (salen)Co Catalysts in Plugged Nanochannels of SBA-15 Materials”.

216.      Torres Galvis, H.M., and K.P. de Jong, ACS Catalysis 3 (2013) 2130-2149, “Catalysts for Production of Lower Olefins from Synthesis Gas: A Review”.

215.      Zecevic, J., K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, Curr. Opin. Solid State Mat. 17 (2013) 115-125, “Progress in electron tomography to assess the 3D nanostructure of catalysts”.

214.      Prieto, G., K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, Catal. Today 215 (2013) 142-151, “Towards ‘greener’ catalyst manufacture: Reduction of wastewater from the preparation of Cu/ZnO/Al2O3 methanol synthesis catalysts”.

213.      Torres Galvis, H.M., A.C.J. Koeken, J.H. Bitter, T. Davidian, M. Ruitenbeek, A.I. Dugulan and K.P. de Jong, Catal. Today 215 (2013) 95-102, “Effect of precursor on the catalytic performance of supported iron catalysts for the Fischer–Tropsch synthesis of lower olefins”.

212.      Haasterecht, T. van, C.C.I. Ludding, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, J. Energy Chem. 22 (2013) 257-269, “Stability and activity of carbon nanofiber-supported catalysts in the aqueous phase reforming of ethylene glycol”.

212 a.   Meis, N.A.H., A.M. Frey, J.H. Bitter, K.P. de Jong, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., (2013), 52 (36), 12812–12818, “Carbon Nanofiber-Supported K2CO3 as an Efficient Low-Temperature Regenerable CO2 Sorbent for Post-Combustion Capture”.

211.      Prieto, G., J.D. Meeldijk, K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, J. Catal. 303 (2013) 31-40, “Interplay between pore size and nanoparticle spatial distribution: Consequences for the stability of CuZn/SiO2 methanol synthesis catalysis”.

210.      Eggenhuisen, T.M., H. Friedrich, F. Nudelman, J. Zecevic, N.A.J.M. Sommerdijk, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Mater. 25 (2013) 890-896, “Controlling the distribution of supported nanoparticles by aqueous synthesis”.

209.      Frey, A.M., J. Yang, C. Feche, N. Essayem, D.R. Stellwagen, F. Figueras, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, J. Catal. 305 (2013) 1-6, “Influence of base strength on the catalytic performance of nano-sized alkaline earth metal oxides supported on carbon nanofibers".

208.      Zecevic, J., A.M.J. van der Eerden, H. Friedrich, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, ACS Nano 7 (2013) 3698-3705, “Heterogeneities of the Nanostructure of Platinum/Zeolite Y Catalysts Revealed by Electron Tomography”.

207.      Torres Galvis, H.M., A.C.J. Koeken, J.H. Bitter, T. Davidian, M. Ruitenbeek, A.I. Dugulan and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 303 (2013) 22-30, “Effects of sodium and sulfur on catalytic performance of supported iron catalysts for the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis of lower olefins”.

206.      Yang, C-C, T.M. Eggenhuisen, M. Wolters, A. Agiral, H. Frei, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong and G. Mul, ChemCatChem5 (2013) 550-556, “Effects of support, particle size and process parameters on Co3O4 catalyzed H2O oxidation mediated by the [Ru(bpy)3]²+ persulfate system”.

205.      Zecevic, J., and K.P. de Jong, ChemCatChem 5 (2013) 417-418, “Architecture at the Nanoscale-Self-Pillared Zeolite Nanosheets”.

204.      Alvarez,M.G., A.M. Frey, J.H. Bitter, A.M. Segarra, K.P. de Jong and F. Medina, Appl. Cat. B. Env.134-135 (2013) 231-237, “On the role of the activaton procedure of supported hydrotalcites for base catalyzed reactions: Glycerol to glycerol carbonate and self-condensation of actone”.

203.      Shakeri, M., R.J.M. Klein Gebbink, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, Microp. Mesop. Mat. 170 (2013) 340-345, “Control and assessment of plugging of mesopores in SBA-15 material”.

202.      Eggenhuisen, T.M., P. Munnik, H. Talsma, P.E. de Jongh  and  K.P. de Jong,

            J. Catal. 297 (2013) 306-313, “Freeze-drying for controlled nanoparticle distribution in Co/SiO2 Fischer-Tropsch catalysts”.

201.      Prieto, G., J. Zecevic, H. Friedrich, K.P. de Jong, and P.E. de Jongh, Nature Mater. 12 (2013) 34-39, “Controlling collective properties of supported metal nanoparticles for stable catalysts”.

200.      Frey, A.M., S.K. Karmee, K.P. de Jong, J.H. Bitter and U. Hanefeld, ChemCatChem 5 (2013) 594-600, “Supported La2O3 and MgO Nanoparticles as Solid Base Catalysts for Aldol Reactions While Suppressing Dehydration at Room Temperature”.

2012

199.      Hollak, A.W., J.H. Bitter, J.van Haveren, K.P. de Jong and D.S. van Es, RSC Adv. 2(2012)9387-9391, “Selective deoxygenation of stearic acid via anhydride pathway”.

198.      Zecevic, J. A.M.J. van der Eerden, H. Friedrich, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, Microp. Mesop. Mater. 164 (2012) 99-103, “H2PtCl6-derived Pt nanoparticles on USY zeolite: A qualitative and quantitative electron tomography study”.

197.      Eggenhuisen, T.M., G. Prieto, H. Talsma; K. P. de Jong, and P. E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem C, 116 (2012) 23383-23393, “Entrance Size Analysis of Silica Materials with Cagelike Pore Structure by Thermoporometry”.

196.      Torres Galvis, H.M., J.H. Bitter, T. Davidian, M. Ruitenbeek, A.I. Dugulan and K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 134 (2012) 16207-16215, “Iron Particle Size Effects for Direct Production of Lower Olefins from Synthesis Gas”.

195.      Jong, K.P. de, in: "Catalysis - From Principles to Applications” (Chapter 20), M. Beller, A. Renken, R.A. van Santen (Eds.), Wiley-VCH Weinheim (2012), p. 420-430, ISBN-13: 978-3-527-32349-4. “Preparation of Supported Catalysts”.

194.      Gosselink, R.W., R. van den Berg, W. Xia, M. Muhler, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, Carbon 50 (2012) 4424-4431, “Gas Phase Oxidation as a Tool to Introduce Oxygen Containing Groups on Metal-Loaded Carbon Nanofibers”.

193.      Koeken, A.C. J., H.M. Torres Galvis, T. Davidian, M. Ruitenbeek, K.P. de Jong, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 51 (2012) 7190-7193, "Suppression of Carbon Deposition in the Iron-Catalyzed Production of Lower Olefins from Synthesis Gas”.

192.      Gao, J., P. Ngene, I. Lindemann, O. Gutfleisch, K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, J. Mat. Chem. 22 (2012) 13209-13215, “Enhanced reversibility of H2 sorption in nanoconfined complex metal hydrides by alkali metal addition”.

191.      Zecevic, J., C.J. Gommes, H. Friedrich, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 51 (2012) 4213-4217, “Mesoporosity of Zeolite Y: Quantitative Three-Dimensional Study by Image Analysis of Electron Tomograms”.

190.      Eggenhuisen, T.M., J. Zecevic, H. Talsma, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem. C 116 (2012) 7480−7490, “Quantitative Assessment of Pore Blockage in Supported Catalysts: Comparing Differential Scanning Calorimetry and Physisorption”.

189.      Torres, H.M., J.H. Bitter, C.B. Khare, M. Ruitenbeek, A. Iulian Dugulan and K.P. de Jong, Science 335 (2012) 835-838, “Supported Iron Nanoparticles as Catalysts for Sustainable Production of Lower Olefins”.

2011

188.      Frey, A.M., J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, ChemCatChem. 3 (2011) 1193-1199, "Lanthanum Oxide Supported on Carbon Nanofibers as Solid Base Catalysts".

187.      Breejen, J.P. den, A.M. Frey, J. Yang, A. Holmen, M.M. van Schooneveld, F.M.F. de Groot, O. Stephan, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Top. Catal. 54 (2011) 768-777, “A highly active and selective manganese oxide promoted cobalt-on-silica Fischer-Tropsch catalyst”.

186.      Ngene, P., R. van den Berg, M.H.W. Verkuijlen, K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, Energy Environ. Sci. 4 (2011) 4108-4115, “Reversibility of the hydrogen desorption form NaBH4 by confinement in nanoporous carbon”.

185.      Hereijgers, B.P.C., T.M. Eggenhuisen, K.P. de Jong, H. Talsma, A.M.J. van der Eerden, A.M. Beale and B.M. Weckhuysen, J. Phys. Chem. C 115 (2011)15545-15554, “Understanding the promotion effect of lanthanum oxide on gold-based catalysts in the partial oxidation of methanol by in situ XAFS  and DSC studies”.

184.      Munnik, P., M. Wolters, A. Gabrielson, S.D. Pollington, G. Headdock, J.H. Bitter, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, J. Phys. Chem. C 115 (2011) 14698-14706, “Copper nitrate redispersion to arrive at highly active silica-supported copper catalysts”.

183.      Luigjes, B., S.M.C. Woudenberg, R. de Groot, J.D. Meeldijk, H.M. Torres Galvis, K.P. de Jong, A.P. Philipse and B.H. Erné, J. Phys. Chem. C 115 (2011)14598-14605, “Diverging geometric and magnetic size distributions of iron oxide nanocrystals”.

182.      Friedrich, H, S. Guo, P.E. de Jongh, X. Pan, X. Bao and K.P. de Jong, ChemSusChem, 4 (2011) 957-963, “A quantitative electron tomography study of ruthenium particles on the interior and exterior surfaces of carbon nanotubes”.

181.      Laak, A.N.C. van, L. Zhang, A.N. Parvulescu, P.C.A. Bruijnincx, B.M. Weckhuysen, K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, Catal. Today 168 (2011) 48-56, “Alkaline treatment of template containing zeolites: Introducing mesoporosity while preserving acidity”.

180.      Da Silva, A.L.M., L.V.  Mattos, J.P. den Breejen, J.H. Bitter, K.P. de Jong and F.B. Noronha, Cat. Today 164 (2011) 262-267, “Oxidative steam reforming of ethanol over carbon nanofiber supported Co catalysts”.

179.      Wolters, M., P. Munnik, J.H. Bitter, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, J. Phys. Chem. C 115 (2011) 3332-3339, “How NO affects nickel and cobalt nitrates at low temperatures to arrive at highly dispersed silica-supported nickel and cobalt catalysts”.

178.      Baldé, C.P., O. Leynaud, P. Barnes, E. Peláez-Jiménez, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, Chem. Comm. 47 (2011) 2143-2145, “Towards a structure-performance relationship for hydrogen storage in Ti-doped NaAlH4 nanoparticles”.

177.      Wolters, M., L.J.W. van Grotel, T.M. Eggenhuisen, J.R.A. Sietsma, K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, Catal. Today 163 (2011) 27-32, “Combining confinement and NO calcination to arrive at highly dispersed supported nickel and cobalt oxide catalysts with a tunable particle size”.

2010

176.      Jong, K.P. de, J. Zecevic, H. Friedrich, P.E. de Jongh, M. Bulut, S. van Donk, R. Kenmogne, A. Finiels, V. Hulea and F. Fajula, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 49 (2010) 10074-10078, “Zeolite Y Crystals with Trimodal Pososity as Ideal Hydrocracking Catalysts”.

175.      Eggenhuisen, T.M., J.P. den Breejen, D.-J. Verdoes, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132 (2010) 18318-18325, “Fundamentals of Melt Infiltration for the Preparation of Supported Metal Catalysts. The Case of Co/SiO2 for Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis”.

174.      Zhang, L., A.N.C. van Laak, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Chapter 9 in "Zeolites and Catalysis", Eds. Cejka, Corma, Zones, Wiley (2010) ISBN: 978-3-527-32514-6, “Textural Characterization of Mesoporous Zeolites”.

173.      Meis, N.N.A.H., J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 49 (2010) 8086-8093, “On the influence and role of alkali metals on supported and unsupported activated hydrotalcites for CO2 sorption”.

172.      Laak, A.N.C. van, S.L. Sagala, J. Zecevic, H. Friedrich, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 276 (2010) 170-180, “Mesoporous mordenites obtained by sequential acid and alkaline treatments – Catalysts for cumene production with enhanced accessibility”.

171.      Gommes, C.J., H. Friedrich, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, Acta Materialia 58 (2010) 770-780, “2-Point correlation function of nanostructured materials via the grey-tone correlation function of electron tomograms: A three-dimensional structural analysis of ordered mesoporous silica”.

170.      Ngene, P., P. Adelhelm, A.M. Beale, K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem. C 114 (2010) 6163-6168, “LiBH4/SBA-15 Nanocomposites Prepared by Melt Infiltration under Hydrogen Pressure: Synthesis and Hydrogen Sorption Properties”.

169.      Laak, A.N.C. van, R.W. Gosselink, S.L. Sagala, J.D. Meeldijk, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, Appl. Catal. A: Gen. 382 (2010) 65-72, “Alkaline treatment on commercially available aluminum rich mordenite”.

168.      Wolters, M., H. Daly, A. Goguet, F.C. Meunier, C. Hardacre, J.H. Bitter, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, J. Phys. Chem. C 114 (2010) 7839-7845, “DRIFTS/MS/Isotopic Labeling Study on the NO-Moderated Decomposition of a Silica-Supported Nickel Nitrate Catalyst Precursor”.

167.      Adelhelm, P., J. Gao, M.H.W. Verkuijlen, C. Rongeat, M. Herrich, P.J.M. van Bentum, O. Gutfleisch, A.P.M. Kentgens, K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, Chem. Mater. 22 (2010) 2233-2238, “Comprehensive study of melt infiltration for the synthesis of NaAlH4/C nanocomposites”.

166.      Espinosa-Alonso, L., K.P. de Jong and B.M. Weckhuysen, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 12 (2010) 97-107, “A UV-Vis micro-spectroscopic study to rationalize the influence of Cl- (aq) on the formation of different Pd macro-distributions on gamma-Al2O3 catalyst bodies”.

165.      Meis, N.N.A.H., J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 49 (2010) 1229-1235, “Support and Size Effects of Activated Hydrotalcites for Precombustion CO2 Capture”. 

164.      Gao, J., P. Adelhelm, M. Verkuijlen, C. Rongeat, M. Herrich, P.J.M. van  Bentum, O. Gutfleisch, A.P.M. Kentgens, K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem. C 114 (2010) 4675-4682, “Confinement of NaAlH4 in nanoporous carbon: impact on H2 release, reversibility, and thermodynamics”.

163.      Bitter, J.H., S. van Dommele and K.P. de Jong, Cat. Today 150 (2010) 61-66, “On the virtue of acid-base titrations for the determination of basic sites in nitrogen doped carbon nanotubes”.

162.      Breejen, J.P. den, J.R.A. Sietsma, H. Friedrich, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 270 (2010) 146-152, “Design of supported cobalt catalysts with maximum activity for the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis”.

161.      Ban, S., A.N.C. van Laak, J. Landers, A.V. Neimark, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong and T.J.H. Vlugt, J. Phys. Chem. C 114 (2010) 2056-2065, “Insight into the effect of dealumination on mordenite using experimentally validated simulations”.

2009

160.      Jong, K.P. de, in: Synthesis of Solid Catalysts (K.P. de Jong, Ed.), Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co (2009) 111-134, “Deposition Precipitation”.

159.      Jong, K.P. de, in: Synthesis of Solid Catalysts (K.P. de Jong, Ed.), Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co (2009) 3-11, “General Aspects”.

158.      Jong, K.P. de, Book edited by K.P. de Jong, Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co (2009), “Synthesis of Solid Catalysts”.

157.      Espinosa-Alonso, L., M.G. O’Brien, S.D.M. Jacques, A.M. Beale, K.P. de Jong, P. Barnes and B.M. Weckhuysen, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131 (2009) 16932-16938, “Tomographic Energy Dispersive Diffraction Imaging To Study the Genesis of Ni Nanoparticles in 3D within γ-Al2O3 Catalyst Bodies”.

156.      Vercaemst, C., M. Ide, H. Friedrich, K.P. de Jong, F. Verpoort and P. Van der Voort, J. Mater. Chem. 19 (2009) 8839-8845, “Isomeric periodic mesoporous organosilicas with controllable properties”.

155.      Zhang, L., C. Chmelik, A.N.C. van Laak, J. Kärger, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Commun. (2009) 6424-6426, “Direct assessment of molecular transport in mordenite: dominance of surface resistances”.

154.      Adelhelm, P., K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, Chem. Commun. (2009) 6261-6263, “How Intimate Contact with Nanoporous Carbon benefits the Reversible Hydrogen Desorption from NaH and NaAlH4”.

153.      Zhang, L., A.N.C. van Laak, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, Microp. Mesop. Mater. 126 (2009) 115-124, “Synthesis of Large Mordenite Crystals with Different Aspect Ratios”.

152.      Eggenhuisen, T.M., M.J. van Steenbergen, H. Talsma, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, J. Phys. Chem. C 13 (2009) 16785-16791, “Impregnation of Mesoporous Silica for Catalyst Preparation Studied with Differential Scanning Calorimetry”.

151.      Friedrich, H., C.J. Gommes, K. Overgaag, J.D. Meeldijk, W.H. Evers, B. de Nijs, M.P. Boneschansker, P.E. de Jongh, A.J. Verkleij, K.P. de Jong, A. van Blaaderen and D. Vanmaekelbergh, Nano Lett. 9 (2009) 2719-2724, “Quantitative Structural Analysis of Binary Nanocrystal Supperlattices by Electron Tomography”.

150.      Dommele, S. van, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, Top. Catal. 52 (2009) 1575-1583, “Activity of Nitrogen Containing Carbon Nanotubes in Base Catalyzed Knoevenagel Condensation”.

149.      Plomp, A.J., D.S. Su, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, J. Phys. Chem. C 113 (2009) 9865-9869, “On the Nature of Oxygen-Containing Surface Groups on Carbon Nanofibers and Their Role for Platinum Deposition – An XPS and Titration Study”.

148.      Gommes, C.J., H. Friedrich, M. Wolters, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Mater. 21 (2009) 1311-1317, “Quantitative Characterization of Pore Corrugation in Ordered Mesoporous Materials Using Image Analysis of Electron Tomograms”.

147.      Friedrich, H., P.E. de Jongh, A.J. Verkleij and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Rev. 109 (2009) 1613-1629, “Electron Tomography for Heterogeneous Catalysts and Related Nanostructured Materials”.

146.      Espinosa-Alonso, L., A.A. Lysova, P. de Peinder, K.P. de Jong, I.V. Koptyug and B.M. Weckhuysen, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131 (2009) 6525-6534, “Magnetic Resonance Imaging Studies on Catalyst Impregnation Processes: Discriminating Metal Ion Complexes within Millimeter-Sized #-AlO Catalyst Bodies”.

145.      Breejen, J.P. den, P.B. Radstake, G.L. Bezemer, J.H. Bitter, V. Frøseth, A. Holmen and K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131 (2009) 7197-7203, “On the Origin of the Cobalt Particle Size Effects in Fischer-Tropsch Catalysis”.

144.      Schröder, D., K.P. de Jong and J. Roithová,  Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 212 (2009) 2121–2128, “Gas-Phase Model Studies Relevant to the Decomposition of Transition-Metal Nitrates M(NO3)2 (M = Co, Ni) into Metal–Oxo Species”.

143.      Bogerd, R., P. Adelhelm, J.H. Meeldijk, K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, Nanotechnology 20 (2009) 204019, “The structural characterization and H2 sorption properties of carbon-supported Mg1-xNix nanocrystallites”.

142.      Bitter, J.H., and K.P. de Jong, Carbon Materials for Catalysis (2009) 157-176, “Preparation of Carbon-Supported Metal Catalysts”.

141.      Plomp, A.J., T. Schubert, U. Storr, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, Top. Catal. 52 (2009) 424-430, “Reducibility of platinum supported on nanostructured carbons”.

140.      Plomp, A.J., D.M.P. van Asten, A.M.J. van der Eerden, P. Mäki-Arvela, D.Yu. Murzin, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, J. Catal. 263 (2009) 146-154, “Catalysts based on platinum-tin and platinum-gallium in close contact for the selective hydrogenation of cinnamaldehyde”.

2008

139.      Sietsma, J.R.A., H. Friedrich, A. Broersma, M. Versluijs-Helder, A.J. van Dillen, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 260 (2008) 227-235, “How nitric oxide affects the decomposition of supported nickel nitrate to arrive a highly dispersed catalysts”.

138.      Plomp, A.J., H. Vuori, A.O.I. Krause, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 351 (2008) 9-15, “Particle size effects for carbon nanofiber supported platinum and ruthenium catalysts for the selective hydrogenation of cinnamaldehyde”.

137.      Baldé, C.P., B.P.C. Hereijgers, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 130 (2008) 6761-6765, “Sodium Alanate Nanoparticles – Linking Size to Hydrogen Storage Properties”.

136.      Espinosa Alonso, L., K.P. de Jong and B.M. Weckhuysen, J. Phys. Chem. C 112 (2008) 7201-7209, “Effect of the Nickel Precursor on the Impregnation and Drying of ?-Al2O3 Catalyst Bodies: A UV-vis and IR Microspectroscopic Study”.

135.      Sietsma, J.R.A., J.D. Meeldijk, M. Versluijs-Helder, A. Broersma, A.J. van Dillen, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Mater. 20 (2008) 2921-2931, “Ordered Mesoporous Silica to Study the Preparation of Ni/SiO2 ex Nitrate Catalysts: Impregnation, Drying, and Thermal Treatments”.

134.      Dommele, S. van, A. Romero-Izquirdo, R. Brydson, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, Carbon 46 (2008) 138-148, “Tuning nitrogen functionalities in catalytically grown nitrogen-containing carbon nanotubes”.

2007

133.      Sietsma, J.R.A., J.P. den Breejen, P.E. de Jongh, A.J. van Dillen, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 167 (2007) 55-60, “Highly Active Cobalt-on-Silica Catalysts for the Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis obtained via a Novel Calcination Procedure”.

132.      Radstake, P.B., J.P. den Breejen, G.L. Bezemer, J.H. Bitter, K.P. de Jong, V. Froseth and A. Holmen, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 167 (2007) 85-90, “On the origin of the cobalt particle size effect in the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis”.

131.      Laak, A.N.C. van, K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 170 (2007) 934-941, “Benzene Adsorption and Desorption in Mordenite”.

130.      Mehendale, N.C., J.R.A. Sietsma, K.P. de Jong, C.A. van Walree, R.J.M. Klein Gebbink and G. van Koten, Adv. Synth. Catal. 349 (2007) 2619-2630, “PCP- and SCP-Pincer Palladium Complexes Immobilized on Mesoporous Silica: Application in C-C Bond Formation Reactions”.

129.      Jongh, P.E. de, R.W.P. Wagemans, T.M. Eggenhuisen, B.S. Dauvillier, P.B. Radstake, J.D. Meeldijk, J.W. Geus and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Mater. 19 (2007) 6052-6057, “The Preparation of Carbon-Supported Magnesium Nanoparticles using Melt Infiltration”.

128.      Baldé, C.P., A.M.J. van der Eerden, H.A. Stil, F.M.F. de Groot, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, J. Alloys Comp. 446-447 (2007) 232-236, “On the local structure of Ti during in situ desorption of Ti(Obu)4 and TiCl3 doped NaAlH4”.

127.      Baldé, C.P., A.E. Mijovilovich, D.C. Koningsberger, A.M.J. van der Eerden, A.D. Smith, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, J. Phys. Chem. C 111 (2007) 11721-11725, “XAFS Study of the Al K-Edge in NaAlH4”.

126.      Friedrich, H., J.R.A. Sietsma, P.E. de Jongh, A.J. Verkleij and K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129 (2007) 10249-10254, “Measuring Location, Size, Distribution and Loading of NiO Crystallites in Individual SBA-15 Pores by Electron Tomography”.

125.      Sietsma, J.R.A., J.D. Meeldijk, J.P. den Breejen, M. Versluijs-Helder, A.J. van Dillen, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 46 (2007) 4547-4549, “The Preparation of Supported NiO and Co3O4 Nanoparticles by the Nitric Oxide Controlled Thermal Decomposition of Nitrates”.

124.      Baldé, C.P., H.A. Stil, A.M.J. van der Eerden, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter,  J. Phys. Chem. C 111 (2007) 2797-2802, “Active Ti Species in TiCl3-Doped NaAlH4 Mechanism for Catalyst Deactivation”.

2006

123.      Sietsma, J.R.A., A.J. van Dillen, P.E. de and K.P. de Jong, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 162 (2006) 95, “Application of ordered mesoporous materials as model supports to study catalyst preparation by impregnation and drying”.

122.      Bergwerff, J.A., L.G.A. van de Water, A.A. Lysova, I.V. Koptyug, T. Visser, K.P. de Jong and B.M. Weckhuysen, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 162 (2006) 175-186, “Monitoring the preparation of (Co)Mo/Al2O3 extrudates using spatially resolved spectroscopic techniques”.

121.      Bergwerff, J.A., M. Jansen, R.G. Leliveld, T. Visser, K.P. de Jong and B.M. Weckhuysen, J. Catal. 243 (2006) 292-302, “Influence of the preparation method on the hydrotreating activity of MoS2 /Al2O3 extrudates: A Raman microspectroscopy study on the genesis of the active phase”.

120.      Dommele, S. van, K.P. de Jong, A. Romero-Izquirdo and J.H. Bitter, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 162 (2006) 29-36, “Synthesis of heterogeneous base catalysts: nitrogen containing carbon nanotubes”.

119.      Dommele, S. van, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, Chem. Commun. (2006) 4859-4861, “Nitrogen-containing carbon nanotubes as solid base catalysts”.

118.      Jong, K.P. de, Oil & Gas Science and Technology – Rev. IFP 61 (2006) 527-534, “Support Materials and Characterization Tools for Nanostructured Catalysts”.

117.      Water, L.G.A. van de, G.L. Bezemer, J.A. Bergwerff, M. Versluijs-Helder, B.M. Weckhuysen and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 242 (2006) 287-298, “Spatially resolved UV-vis microspectroscopy on the preparation of alumina-supported Co Fischer-Tropsch catalysts: Linking activity to Co distribution and speciation”.

116.      Winter, F., M. Wolters, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Appl. Catal. A 307 (2006) 231-238, “A hydrotalcite-based catalyst system for the single-stage liquid-phase synthesis of MIBK”.

115.      Jong, K.P. de, L.C.A. van den Oetelaar, E.T.C. Vogt, S. Eijsbouts, A.J. Koster, H. Friedrich and P.E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem. B 110 (2006) 10209-10212, “High-Resolution Electron Tomography Study of an Industrial Ni-Mo/γ-Al2O3 Hydrotreating Catalyst”.

114.      Baldé, C.P., B.P.C. Hereijgers, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 45 (2006) 3501-3503, “Facilitated Hydrogen Storage in NaAlH4 Supported on Carbon Nanofibers”.

113.      Winter, F., X. Xia, B.P.C. Hereijgers, J.H. Bitter, A.J. van Dillen, M. Muhler and K.P. de Jong, J. Phys. Chem. B 110 (2006) 9211-9218, “On the Nature and Accessibility of the Brønsted-Base Sites in Activated Hydrotalcite Catalysts”.

112.      Bezemer, G.L., J.H. Bitter, H.P.C.E. Kuipers, H. Oosterbeek, J.E. Holewijn, X. Xu, F. Kapteijn, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 128 (2006) 3956-3964, “Cobalt Particle Size Effects in the Fischer-Tropsch Reaction Studied with Carbon Nanofiber Supported Catalysts”.

111.      Bezemer, G.L., P.B. Radstake, V. Koot, A.J. van Dillen, J.W. Geus and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 237 (2006) 291-302, “Preparation of Fischer-Tropsch cobalt catalysts supported on carbon nanofibers and silica using homogeneous deposition-precipitation”.

110.      Lee, M.K. van der, A.J. van Dillen, J.W. Geus, K.P. de Jong and J.H. Bitter, Carbon 44 (2006) 629-637, “Catalytic growth of macroscopic carbon nanofiber bodies with high bulk density and high mechanical strength”.

109.      Bezemer, G.L., P.B. Radstake, U. Falke, H. Oosterbeek, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 237 (2006) 152-161, “Investigation of promoter effects of manganese oxide on carbon nanofibers supported cobalt catalysts for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis”.

2005

108.      Wagemans, R.W.P., J.H. van Lenthe, P.E. de Jongh, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127 (2005) 16675-16680, “Hydrogen Storage in Magnesium Clusters: Quantum Chemical Study”.

107.      Gommes, C.J., K.P. de Jong, J.-P. Pirard and S. Blacher, Langmuir 21 (2005) 12378-12385, “Assessment of the 3D Localization of Metallic Nanoparticles in Pd/SiO2 Cogelled Catalysts by Electron Tomography”.

106.      Winter, F., V. Koot, A.J. van Dillen, J.W. Geus and K.P. de Jong, J. Cat. 236 (2005) 91-100, “Hydrotalcites supported on carbon nanofibers as solid base catalysts for the synthesis of MIBK”.

105.      Toebes, M.L., T.A. Nijhuis, J. Hájek, J.H. Bitter, J.A. van Dillen, D.Y. Murzin and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Eng. Sci. 60 (2005) 5682-5695, “Support effects in hydrogenation of cinnamaldehyde over carbon nanofiber-supported platinum catalysts: kenetic modeling”.

104.      Ziese, U., C.J. Gommes, S. Blacher, A.H. Janssen, A.J. Koster and K.P. de Jong, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 158 (2005) 633-638. “Quantitative morphological studies of mesoporous catalysts at nanometer scale resolution”.

103.      Jong, K.P. de, A.J. Koster, A.H. Janssen, U. Ziese, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 157 (2005) 225-242. “Electron tomography of molecular sieves”.

 

 

102.      Water, L.G.A. van de, J.A. Bergwerff, R.G. Leliveld, B.M. Weckhuysen, K.P. de Jong, J. Phys. Chem. B 109 (2005) 14513-14522. “Insights into the preparation of supported catalysts: A spatially resolved raman and UV-Vis spectroscopic study into the drying process of CoMo/γ-Al2O3 catalyst bodies”.

101.      Lee, M.K. van der, A.J. van Dillen, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127 (2005) 13573-13582. “Deposition precipitation for the preparation of carbon nanofiber supported nickel catalysis”.

100.      Groen, J.C., T. Bach, U. Ziese, A.M. Paulaime-van Donk, K.P. de Jong, J.A. Moulijn and J. Pérez-Raminez, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127 (2005) 10792-10793. “Creation of hollow zeolite architectures by controlled desilication of al-zoned ZSM-5 crystals”.

99.       Winter, F., A.J. van Dillen, K.P. de Jong, Chem. Comm. (2005) 3977-3979. “ Supported hydrotalcites as highly active solid base catalysts”.

98.       Bergwerff, J.A., L.G.A. van de Water, T. Visser, P. de Peinder, B.R.G. Leliveld, K.P. de Jong and B.M. Weckhuysen, Chem. Eur. J. 11 (2005) 4592-4601. “Spatially Resolved Raman and UV-visible-NIR Spectroscopy on the Preparation of Supported Catalyst Bodies: Controlling the Formation of H2PMo11CoO4O5- Inside Al2O3 Pellets During Impregnation”.

97.       Witjens, L.C., J.H. Bitter, A.J. van Dillen, W.M. Arnoldbik, F.H.P.M. Habraken and K.P. de Jong, J. Membr. Sci. 254 (2005) 241-248. “Improving the control of the electroless plating synthesis of Pd/Ag membranes for hydrogen separation using Rutherford backscattering”.

96.       Witjens, L.C., J.H. Bitter, A.J. van Dillen, F.M.F. de Groot, D.C. Koningsberger and K.P. de Jong, Physica Scripta T115 (2005) 278-280. “X-Ray studies of Pd/Ag membranes for hydrogen separation”.

95.       Water, L.G.A. van de, J.A. Bergwerff, T.A. Nijhuis, K.P. de Jong and B.M. Weckhuysen, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127 (2005) 5024-5025. “UV-Vis microspectroscopy: probing the initial stages of supported metal oxide catalyst preparation”.

94.       Donk, S. van, J.H. Bitter, A. Verberckmoes, M. Versluijs-Helder, A. Broersma and K.P. de Jong, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 44 (2005) 1360-1363, “Physicochemical characterization of porous materials: spatially resolved accessibility of zeolite crystals”.

93.       Bezemer, G.L., U. Falke, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Commun. (2005) 731-733. “Cobalt on carbon nanofiber catalysts: auspicious system for study of manganese promotion in Fischer-Tropsch catalysis”.

92.       Winter, F., G.L. Bezemer, C. van der Spek. J.D. Meeldijk, A.J. van Dillen, J.W. Geus and K.P. de Jong, Carbon 43 (2005) 327-332, “TEM and XPS studies to reveal the presence of cobalt and palladium particles in the inner core of carbon nanofibers”.

2004

91.       Zhang, Y., M.L. Toebes, A. van der Eerden, W.E. O’Grady, K.P. de Jong and D.C. Koningsberger, J. Phys. Chem. B 108 (2004) 18509-18519. “Metal particle size and structure of the metal-support interface of carbon-supported platinum catalysts as determined with EXAFS spectroscopy”.

90.       Wagemans, R.W.P., J.P. den Breejen, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Eng. Trans. 4 (2004) 361-366. “The role of surface composition of magnesium hydrides on their sorption characteristics”.

89.       Bergwerff, J.A., T. Visser, B.R.G. Leliveld, B.D. Rossenaar, K.P. de Jong and B.M. Weckhuysen, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 126 (2004) 14548-14556. “Envisaging the physicochemical processes during the preparation of supported catalysts: raman microscopy on the impregnation of Mo onto Al2O3 extrudates”.

88.       Toebes, M.L., M.K. van der Lee, L.M. Tang, M.H. Huis in ‘t Veld, J.H. Bitter, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, J. Phys. Chem. B 108 (2004) 11611-11619, “Preparation of Carbon Nanofiber Supported Platinum and Ruthenium Catalysts: Comparison of Ion Adsorption and Homogeneous Deposition Precipitation”.

87.       Witjens, L.C., J.H. Bitter, A.J. van Dillen, K.P. de Jong and F.M.F. de Groot, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 6 (2004) 3903-3906, “Pd L3 edge XANES investigation of the electronic and geometric structure of Pd/Ag-H membranes”.

86.       Winter, F., A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, J. Molec. Catal. A: Chem. 219 (2004) 273-281, “Single-stage liquid-phase synthesis of methyl isobutyl ketone under mild conditions”.

85.       Bezemer, G.L., A. van Laak, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 147 (2004) 259-264, “Cobalt supported on carbon nanofibers – a promising novel Fischer-Tropsch catalyst”.

84.       Toebes, M.L., Y. Zhang, J. Hájek, T.A. Nijhuis, J.H. Bitter, A.J. van Dillen, D.Y. Murzin, D.C. Koningsberger and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 226 (2004) 215-225, “Support effects in the hydrogenation of cinnamaldehyde over carbon nanofiber-supported platinum catalysts: characterization and catalysis”.

83.       O’Leary, P., N.P. Krosveld, K.P. de Jong, G. van Koten and R.J.M. Klein Gebbink, Tetrahedron Letters 45 (2004) 3177-3180, “Facile and rapid immobilization of copper(II) bis(oxazoline) catalysts on silica: application to Diels-Alder reactions, recycling, and unexpected effects on enantioselectivity”.

82.       Schimmel, H.G., G. Nijmkamp, G.J. Kearley, A. Rivera, K.P. de Jong and F.M. Mulder, Mat. Sci. Eng. B 108 (2004) 124-129, “Hydrogen adsorption in carbon nanostructures compared”.

81.       Ziese, U., K.P. de Jong and A.J. Koster, Appl. Catal. A: Gen. 260 (2004) 71-74, “Electron tomography: a tool for 3D structural probing of heterogeneous catalysts at the nanometer scale”.

80.       Toebes, M.L., J.M.P. van Heeswijk, J.H. Bitter, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Carbon 42 (2004) 307-315, “The influence of oxidation on the texture and the number of oxygen-containing surface groups of carbon nanofibers”.

79.       Janssen, A.H., H. Talsma, M.J. van Steenbergen and K.P. de Jong, Langmuir 20 (2004) 41-45, “Homogeneous Nucleation of Water in Mesoporous Zeolite Cavities”.

2003

78.       Jong, K.P. de, A.H. Janssen, P. van der Voort and A.J. Koster, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 146 (2003) 271-274, “Three-Dimensional Transmission Electron Microscopy of Disordered and Ordered Mesoporous Materials”.

77.       Schimmel, H.G., G.J. Kearley, M.G. Nijkamp, C.T. Visser, K.P. de Jong and F.M. Mulder, Chem. Eur. J. 9 (2003) 4764-4770, “Hydrogen Adsorption in Carbon Nanostructures: Comparison of Nanotubes, Fibers, and Coals”.

76.       Janssen, A.H., I. Schmidt, C.J.H. Jacobsen, A.J. Koster and K.P. de Jong, Microp. Mesop. Mat. 65 (2003) 59-75, “Exploratory study of mesopore templating with carbon during zeolite synthesis”.

75.       Janssen, A.H., C.-M. Yang, Y. Wang, F. Schuth, A.J. Koster and K.P. de Jong, J. Phys. Chem. B. 107 (2003) 10552-10556, “Localization of Small Metal (Oxide) Particles in SBA-15 Using Bright-Field Electron Tomography”.

74.       Bitter, J.H., A.A. Battiston, S. van Donk, K.P. de Jong and D.C. Koningsberger, Microp. Mesop. Mater. 64 (2003) 175-184, “Accessibility of the Fe-species in Fe/ZSM-5 prepared via FeCl3 sublimation”.

73.       Bitter, J.H., M.K. van der Lee, A.G.T. Slotboom, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Catal. Lett.89 (2003) 139-142. “Synthesis of highly loaded, highly dispersed nickel on carbon nanofibers by homogeneous deposition-precipitation”.

72.       Donk, S. van, A.H. Janssen, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Catal. Rev. 45 (2003) 297-319. “Generation, Characterization, and Impact of Mesopores in Zeolite Catalysts”.

71.       Donk, S. van, F.M.F. de Groot, O. Stéphan, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Eur. J. 9 (2003) 3106-3111. “Monitoring the location, amount and nature of carbonaceous deposits on aged Ferrierite crystals using STEM-EELS”.

70.       Dillen, A.J. van, R.J.A.M. Terörde, D.J. Lensveld, J.W. Geus and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 216 (2003) 257-264. “Synthesis of supported catalysts by impregnation and drying using aqueous chelated metal complexes”.

69.       Toebes, M.L., F.F. Prinsloo, J.H. Bitter, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 214 (2003) 78-87. “Influence of oxygen-containing surface groups on the activity and selectivity of carbon nanofiber-supported ruthenium catalysts in the hydrogenation of cinnamaldehyde”.

2002

68.       Fodor, K., J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 56 (2002) 101-109. “Investigation of vapor-phase silica deposition on MCM-41, using tetraalkoxysilanes”.

67.       Toebes, M.L., J.H. Bitter, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Catal. Today 76 (2002) 33-42. “Impact of the structure and reactivity of nickel particles on the catalytic growth of carbon nanofibers”.

66.       Janssen, A.H., A.J. Koster and K.P. de Jong, J. Phys. Chem. B 106 (2002) 11905-11909. “On the Shape of the Mesopores in Zeolite Y: A 3D-TEM Study Combined with Texture Analysis”.

65.       Roelofs, J.C.A.A., J.A. van Bokhoven, A.J. van Dillen, J.W. Geus and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Eur. J.  8 (2002) 5571-5579. “The thermal decomposition of Mg-Al hydrotalcites: Effects of interlayer anions and characteristics of the final structure”.

64.       Donk, S. van, E. Bus, A. Broersma, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 212 (2002) 86-93. “Probing the accessible sites for n-butene skeletal isomerization over aged and selective H-Ferrierite with d3-acetonitrile”.

63.       Donk, S. van, E. Bus, A. Broersma, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Appl. Catal. A 237 (2002) 149-159. "Butene skeletal isomerization over H-Ferrierite: a TEOM and in situ IR study on the role of carbonaceous deposits and the location of the Brønsted acid sites”.

62.       Jong, K.P. de, and A.J. Koster, ChemPhysChem 3 (2002) 776-780. “Three-dimensional electron microscopy of mesoporous materials. Recent strides towards spatial imaging at the nanometer scale”.

61.       Lensveld, D.J., J.G. Mesu, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 143 (2002) 647-657. “The application of well-dispersed nickel nanoparticles inside the mesopores of MCM-41 by use of a nickel citrate chelate as precursor”.

60.       Toebes, M.L., F.F. Prinsloo, J.H. Bitter, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 143 (2002) 201-208. “Synthesis and characterization of carbon nanofiber supported ruthenium catalysts”.

59.       Donk, S. van, E. Bus, A. Broersma, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 142 (2002) 573-580. "Unraveling the Nature and Location of the Active Sites for Butene Skeletal Isomerization over Aged H-Ferrierite".

58.       Janssen, A.H., P. van der Voort, A.J. Koster and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Commun. (2002) 1632-1633. “A 3D-TEM study of the shape of mesopores in SBA-15 and modified SBA-15 materials”.

57.       Voort, P. Van Der, P. I. Ravikovitch, A.V. Neimark, M. Benjelloun, E. Van Bavel, K.P. De Jong, B. M. Weckhuysen and E.F. Vansant, Stud. Surf. Sci. and Catal. 141 (2002) 45-52. “Plugged Hexagonal Mesoporous Templated Silica : a unique micro- and mesoporous material with internal silica nanocapsules”.

56.       Voort, P. Van Der, P.I. Ravikovitch, K.P. de Jong, M. Benjelloun, E. van Bavel, A.H. Janssen, A.V Neimark, P. Cool, B.M.Weckhuysen and E.F. Vansant, J. Phys. Chem. B 106 (2002) 5873-5877. “A new templated ordered structure with combined micro- and mesopores and internal silica nanocapsules”.

55.       Voort, P. Van Der, P.I. Ravikovitch, K.P. de Jong, A.V Neimark, A.H. Janssen, M. Benjelloun, E. van Bavel, P. Cool, B.M.Weckhuysen and E.F. Vansant, Chem. Commun. (2002) 1010-1011. “Plugged hexagonal templated silica: a unique micro- and mesoporous composite material with internal silica nanocapsules”.

2001

54.       Donk, S. van, A. Broersma, O.L.J. Gijzeman, J.A. van Bokhoven, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 204 (2001) 272-280. “Combined diffusion, adsorption, and reaction studies of n-hexane hydroisomerization over Pt/H-Mordenite in an oscillating microbalance”.

53.       Roelofs, J.C.A.A., D.J. Lensveld, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, J. of Catal. 203 (2001) 184-191."On the Structure of Activated Hydrotalcites as Solid Base Catalysts for Liquid-Phase Aldol Condensation”.

52.       Roelofs, J.C.A.A., A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Catal.Lett. 74 (2001) 91-94. "Condensation of citral and ketones using activated hydrotalcite catalysts".

51.       Graaf, J. de, A.J. van Dillen, K.P. de Jong and D.C. Koningsberger, J. Catal. 203 (2001) 307-321. “Preparation of Highly Dispersed Pt Particles in Zeolite Y with a Narrow Particle Size Distribution: Characterization by Hydrogen Chemisorption, TEM, EXAFS Spectroscopy, and Particle Modeling”.

50.       Janssen, A.H., A.J. Koster and K.P. de Jong, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 135 (2001) 14-O-01. “Imaging the mesopores in zeolite Y with three-dimensional transmission electron microscopy”.

49.       Donk, S. van, A. Broersma, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 135 (2001) 19-P-01. Transient uptake measurements using an oscillating microbalance: effect of acid leaching on the diffusivity of n-hexane in Pt/Mordenite”.

48.       Toebes, M.L., A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, J. Mol. Catal. A 173 (2001) 75-98. “Synthesis of supported palladium catalysts”.

47.       Lensveld, D.J., J.G. Mesu, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Microp. Mesop. Mater. 44-45 (2001) 401-407. “Synthesis and characterisation of MCM-41 supported nickel oxide catalysts”.

46.       Nijkamp, M.G., A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Appl. Phys. A 72 (2001) 619-623. “Hydrogen storage using physisorption  - materials demands”.

45.       Bokhoven, J.A. van, J.C.A.A. Roelofs, K.P. de Jong and D.C. Koningsberger, Chem. Eur. J. 7 (2001) 1258-1265. “Unique structural properties of the Mg-Al hydrotalcite solid base catalyst: An in situ study using Mg and Al K-edge XAFS during calcination and rehydration”.

44.       Donk, S. van, J.H. Bitter and K.P. de Jong, Appl. Catal. A 212 (2001) 97-116. "Deactivation of solid acid catalysts for butene skeletal isomerisation: On the beneficial and harmful effects of carbonaceous deposits".

43.       Janssen, A.H., A.J. Koster and K.P. de Jong, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 40 (2001) 1102-1104.  “Three-Dimensional Transmission Electron Microscopic Observations of Mesopores in Dealuminated Zeolite Y”.

2000

42.       Jong, K.P. de, and J.W. Geus, Catal. Rev.  - Sci. Eng. 42 (2000) 481-510, “Carbon Nanofibers - Catalytic Synthesis and Applications”.

41.       Koster, A.J., U. Ziese, A.J. Verkleij, A.H. Janssen and K.P. de Jong, J. Phys. Chem. B 104 (2000) 9368-9370. “Three-dimensional transmission electron microscopy: A novel imaging and characterization technique with nanometer scale resolution for materials science”.

40.       Roelofs, J.C.A.A., A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, Catal. Today, 60 (2000) 297-303. “Base-catalyzed condensation of citral and acetone at low temperatures using modified hydrotalcites”.

39.       Tromp, M., J.A. van Bokhoven, M.T. Garriga Oostenbrink, J.H. Bitter, K.P. de Jong and D.C. Koningsberger, J. Catal. 190 (2000) 209-214. “Influence of the generation of mesopores on the hydro-isomerization activity and selectivity of n-hexane over Pt/Mordenite”.

38.       Koster, A.J., U. Ziese, A.J. Verkleij, A.H. Janssen, J. de Graaf, J.W. Geus and K.P. de Jong, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 130 (2000) 329-334. “Development and Application of 3-Dimensional Transmission Electron Microscopy (3D-TEM) for the Characterization of Metal-Zeolite Catalyst Systems”.

37.       Jong, K.P. de, Chemisch2Weekblad 96 (2000) 18-21. “Schijnoplossingen vertroebelen CO2-discussie”.


 

1979-1999

36.       Doesburg, E.B.M., K.P. de Jong and J.H.C. van Hooff, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 123 (1999) 433-457. “Preparation of catalyst supports, zeolites and mesoporous materials”.

35.       Jong, K.P. de, Current Opinion in Solid State & Materials Science, 4 (1999) 55-62. “Synthesis of supported catalysts”.

34.       Jong, K.P. de, in “Environmental Catalysis” (F.J.J.G. Janssen and R.A. van Santen, Eds.), Imperial College Press, London (1999), p.57-85. “Catalytic processes for high-quality transportation fuels”.

33.       Jong, K.P. de, Chemisch Magazine (okt. 1998) 372-374. “Katalyse draagt bij aan schoon, efficiënt en duurzaam”.

32.       Jong, K.P. de, M.F.M. Post and A. Knoester, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 119 (1998) 119-124. “Deposition of iron from iron-carbonyl onto a working Co-based Fischer Tropsch catalyst: The serendipitious discovery of a direct probe for diffusion limitation”.

31.       Jong, K.P. de, CATTECH, 2 (1998) 87-94. “Assembly of solid catalysts”.

30.       Jong, K.P. de, H.H. Mooiweer, J.G. Buglass and P.K. Maarsen, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 111 (1997) 127-138. “Activation and deactivation of the zeolite Ferrierite for olefin conversions”.

29.       Jong, K.P. de, C.M.A.M. Mesters, D.G.R. Peferoen, P.T.M. van Brugge and C. de Groot, Chem. Eng. Sci. 51 (1996) 2053-2060. “Paraffin alkylation using zeolite catalysts in a slurry reactor. Chemical engineering principles to extend catalyst lifetime”.

28.       Lange, J.-P., K.P. de Jong, J. Ansorge and P.J.A. Tijm, in ‘Natural Gas Conversion IV’ (M. de Pontes et al., Eds.), Elsevier, Amsterdam (1997), p. 81-86. “Keys to methane conversion technologies”.

27.       Jong, K.P. de, Catal. Today 29 (1996) 171-178. “Efficient catalytic processes for the manufacture of high-quality tranportation fuels”.

26.       Jong, K.P. de, W. Bosch and T.D.B. Morgan, in ‘Catalysis and Automotive Pollution Control’ (A. Frennet and J.-M. Bastin, Eds.) Elsevier, Amsterdam (1995), p. 15-32. “Developments in gasoline reformulation and the enhancement of refinery MTBE production”.

25.       Jong, K.P. de,  and H.M.H. van Wechem, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 20 (1995) 493-499. “Carbon: hydrogen carrier or disappearing skeleton?”.

24.       Jong, K.P. de, D. Reinalda and C.A. Emeis, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 88 (1994) 155-166. “Coke deposition in trickle-bed reactors during heavy oil processing. Catalytic and physical effects”.

23.       Mooiweer, H.H., K.P. de Jong, B. Kraushaar-Czarnetzki, W.H.J. Stork and B.C.H. Krutzen, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 84 (1994) 2327-2334. “Skeletal isomerisation of olefins with the zeolite ferrierite as catalyst”.

22.       Naber, J.E., K.P. de Jong, W.H.J. Stork, H.P.C.E. Kuipers and M.F.M. Post, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 84 (1994) 2197-2219. “Industrial applications of zeolite catalysis”.

21.       Maxwell, I.E., J.E. Naber and K.P. de Jong, Appl. Catal. A: General 113 (1994) 153-173. “The pivotal role of catalysis in energy related environmental technology”.

20.       Jong, K.P. de, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 33 (1994) 3141-3145. “Effects of vapor-liquid equilibria on coke deposition in trickle-bed reactors during heavy oil processing. 2. Modelling”.

19.       Jong, K.P. de, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 33 (1994) 821-824. “Effects of vapor-liquid equilibria on coke deposition in trickle-bed reactors during heavy oil processing. 1. Experimental results”.

18.       Jong, K.P. de, H.M.H. van Wechem, J.-P. Lange and P.D.L. Mercera, NPT Procestechnologie juli 1994, p. 9-14. “Koolstof als kapstok voor waterstof”.

17.       Muller, F., and K.P. de Jong, Proces Technologie maart 1993, p. 27-29. “Nieuwe processen voor het maken van benzine”.

16.       Muller, F., and K.P. de Jong, Chemisch Magazine, februari 1992, p. 81-83. “Nieuwe processen voor het maken van benzine. Uitdagingen in katalyse”.

15.       Peferoen, D.G.R., and K.P. de Jong, ACS Div. Petr. Chem. Vol. 36 (4) (1991) 767-774. “Free-radical alkylation in the presence of H2S as a hydrogen transfer catalyst” .

14.       Jong, K.P. de, in ‘Preparation of Catalysts V’ (G. Poncelet et al., Eds.), Elsevier, Amsterdam (1991), p. 19-36. “Deposition precipitation onto pre-shaped carrier bodies. Possibilities and limitations”.

13.       Jong, K.P. de, H.P.C.E. Kuipers and J.A.R. van Veen, in ‘Catalyst Deactivation 1991’ (C.H. Bartholomew and J.B. Butt, Eds.), Elsevier, Amsterdam (1991), p. 289-296. “Topology of coke deposits in spent heavy oil processing catalysts. A quantitative X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study”.

12.       Jong, K.P. de, J.H.E. Glezer, H.P.C.E. Kuipers, A. Knoester and C.A. Emeis, J. Catal. 124 (1990) 520-529. “Highly dispersed Rh/SiO2 and Rh/MnO/SiO2 catalysts. Synthesis, characterisation and CO hydrogenation activity”.

11.       Jong, K.P. de, Klei/glas/keramiek 7 (1986) 208-212. “Interactie tussen metaaldeeltjes en oxydisch dragermateriaal in katalysatoren”.

10.       Jong, K.P. de, B.E. Bongenaar-Schlenter, G.R. Meima, R.C. Verkerk, M.J.J. Lammers and J.W. Geus, J. Catal. 81 (1983) 67-76. “Investigations on silica-supported platinum-silver alloy particles by infrared spectroscopy of adsorbed CO and N2”.

9.         Jong, K.P. de, and J.W. Geus. Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 16 (1983) 111-119. “Production of silver bimetallic catalysts by liquid-phase reduction”.

8.         Jong, K.P. de, G.R. Meima and J.W. Geus, Appl. Surf. Sci. 14 (1982-83) 73-84. “The interaction of nitric oxide with platinum and platinum-silver catalysts”.

7.         Jong, K.P. de, and J.W. Geus, Appl. Catal. 4 (1982) 41-51. “Production of supported silver catalysts by liquid-phase reduction”.

6.         Dillen, A.J. van, J.W. Geus, K.P. de Jong and J. van der Meijden, Journal de Chim. Phys. 78 (1981) 979-986. The effect of the extent of oxidation of copper on the activity for CO-oxidation”.

5.         Dillen, A.J. van, J.W. Geus and K.P. de Jong, ‘Transport in Non-Stoichiometric Compounds’ (J. Nowotny, Ed.), Elsevier, Amsterdam (1980). “Catalytic oxidation of carbon monoxide over a-Fe2O3, g-Fe2O3 and Fe3O4”.

4.         Jong, K.P. de, J.W. Geus and J. Joziasse, Appl. Surf. Sci. 6 (1980) 273-287. “An infrared spectroscopic study of the adsorption of carbon monoxide on silica-supported copper particles”.

3.         Jong, K.P. de, J.W. Geus and J. Joziasse, J. Catal. 65 (1980) 437-441. “An infrared spectroscopic study of the adsorption of carbon monoxide on silica-supported copper oxide”.

2.         Krol, D.M., K.P. de Jong and G. Blasse, Chem. Phys. Lett. 77 (1981) 1-5. “The luminescence properties of Li4WO5-U and MgWo4-U”.

1.         Jong, K.P. de, D.M. Krol and G. Blasse, J. Luminescence 20 (1979) 241-248. “The luminescence properties of MgUO4”.

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Research interests involve synthesis and assembly of catalysts and functional materials with particular interest in zeolites, mesoporous materials, carbon nanofibers, supported metals and metal oxides, and solid base materials such as hydrotalcites. The work on zeolites comprises generation of mesopores, characterization using electron tomography (3D-TEM) and catalysis. Carbon nanofibers and are investigated for their potential as catalysts support materials. Mesoporous materials (e.g. MCM-41, SBA-15) are used as support materials for fundamental studies on catalyst preparation. Structural investigations on hydrotalcites have enabled us to produce solid base catalysts highly active at ambient conditions in liquid-phase.

The approach in our research is to combine the outcome of several techniques into a unifying picture of the complex nanomaterials that are synthesized. The in-house techniques are a.o. XPS, in situ XRD, IR, physisorption, TPR-TPD-TPO, TGA, SEM and TEM. Special competencies in our department are XAFS (with Dr. Harry Bitter), STEM-EELS (with Prof. Frank de Groot), 3D-TEM (with Dr. Willie Geerts) and advanced microbalance techniques (TEOM).

Catalytic studies involve (hydro-)isomerisation of hydrocarbons, selective hydrogenations, aldol-condensation, synthesis gas conversion (paraffins, olefins and alcohols) and biomass conversions. Nanostructured materials are also studied for hydrogen storage and CO2 capture.

More information about research projects can be found at the personal page of Krijn de Jong.

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Additional functions and activities

Advisory/professional activities - general

  • Consultant to Royal Dutch Shell (1999 onwards).
  • Board member of NIOK (1998 onwards).
  • Member Management Team NRSCC (Toponderzoeksschool Katalyse). 
  • Member of the NWO Assessment Committee for VICI proposals 2012 & 2013.
  • Member of the Technology Advisory Council of BP

International activities & conferences

  • Member International Board “Carbon in Catalysis Conferences” (2004 onwards).
  • Member Netherlands Committee World Petroleum Congress (2008 onwards).
  • Member of DOE-sponsored EFRC ‘Center for Atomic-Level Catalyst Design’.
  • International advisory board of ZMPC2015 (Zeolites and Microporous Materials)
  • Chair “Natural Gas Conversion Board” (2013 - present)

Editorial positions

  • Editorial Board of Catalysis Letters (1998 onwards).
  • Editorial Board of Topics in Catalysis (1999 onwards).
  • Editorial Board Journal of Catalysis (2010 onwards)
  • Editorial Board ChemPlusChem (2011 onwards)
  • International Advisory Board of Journal of Energy Chemistry (2012 onwards)
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Full name
prof. dr. ir. K.P. de Jong Contact details
David de Wiedgebouw

Universiteitsweg 99
Room 4.80
3584 CG  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


Phone number (direct) +31 30 253 6762
Phone number (department) +31 30 253 7400
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Last updated 08.08.2018