Most recent publications by Professor Julian Ross

(Those marked with an asterisk are among his most cited papers; see below).


 1.

Catalysis for conversion of biomass to fuels via pyrolysis and gasification: A review
Author(s): Bulushev Dmitri A.; Ross Julian R. H., Catalysis Today,  Volume: 171   
Issue: 1   Pages: 1-13   (2011)

 2.

Vapour phase hydrogenation of olefins by formic acid over a Pd/C catalyst
Author(s): Bulushev Dmitri A.; Ross Julian R. H.
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 163   Issue: 1   Pages: 42-46  (2011)

 3.

Hydrogen from formic acid decomposition over Pd and Au catalysts
Author(s): Bulushev Dmitri A.; Beloshapkin Sergey; Ross Julian R. H.
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 154   Issue: 1-2   Pages: 7-12  (2010)  

 4.

Transformation of CH(4) and liquid fuels into syngas on monolithic catalysts
Author(s): Sadykov Vladislav; Sobyanin Vladimir; Mezentseva Natalia; et al.
FUEL  Volume: 89   Issue: 6   Pages: 1230-1240  (2009)  

 5.

The use of copper catalysts for the selective reduction of NO with methanol
Author(s): Ross Julian R. H.; Clancy Patricia
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 137   Issue: 2-4   Pages: 146-156 (2007)  

 6.

The preparation and properties of coprecipitated Cu-Zr-Y and Cu-Zr-La catalysts used for the steam reforming of methanol
Author(s): Clancy Patricia; Breen John P.; Ross Julian R. H.
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 127   Issue: 1-4   Pages: 291-294  (2007)  

 7.

Transient studies of carbon dioxide reforming of methane over Pt/ZrO2 and Pt/Al2O3
Author(s): O'Connor AM; Schuurman Y; Ross JRH; et al.
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 115   Issue: 1-4   Pages: 191-198 (2006)  

 8.

The selective production of hydrogen by the decomposition of formic acid produced from biomass
Author(s): Ersson Anders; Persson Katarina; Jaras Sven; et al.
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  Volume: 231   Meeting Abstract: 7-PETR   Published: MAR 26 2006

 9.

The synthesis by deposition-precipitation of porous gamma-alumina catalyst supports on glass substrates compatible with microreactor geometries
Author(s): Belochapkine S; Shaw J; Wenn D; et al.
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 110   Issue: 1-2   Pages: 53-57  (2005)  

 10.

Natural gas reforming and CO2 mitigation
Author(s): Ross JRH
Source: CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 100   Issue: 1-2   Pages: 151-158  (2005)*

 11.

Selective oxidation of propane over V-Mo-Nb-W-alumina catalysts.
Author(s): Grasso G; Ross JRH; Belochapkine S
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  Volume: 228   Pages: U487-U487   Part: Part 1   Meeting Abstract: 226-COLL   Published: AUG 22 2004

 12.

Carbon dioxide reforming of methane over supported molybdenum carbide catalysts.
Author(s): Ross JRH; Treacy D
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  Volume: 228   Pages: U665-U665   Part: Part 1   Meeting Abstract: 077-FUEL   (2004)

 13.

Dioxide reforming of methane as a method of carbon dioxide mitigation: A thermodynamic study.
Author(s): Treacy D; Ross JRH
Source: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  Volume: 227   Pages: U1077-U1077   Part: Part 1   Meeting Abstract: 052-(2004)

 14.

Carbon dioxide reforming of methane over supported molybdenum carbide catalysts
Author(s): Treacy D; Ross JRH
Editor(s): Bao X; Xu Y
NATURAL GAS CONVERSION VII  Book Series: STUDIES IN SURFACE SCIENCE AND CATALYSIS   Volume: 147   Pages: 193-198   Published: 2004

 15.

A modified robotic system for catalyst preparation by wet or dry impregnation
Author(s): Grasso G; Harji B; Xue EZ; et al.
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 81   Issue: 3   Pages: 369-375  (2003) 

 

 16.

The reaction mechanism of selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides by hydrocarbons in excess oxygen: Intermediates, their reactivity, and routes of transformation
Author(s): Sadykov VA; Lunin VV; Matyshak VA; et al.
Source: KINETICS AND CATALYSIS  Volume: 44   Issue: 3   Pages: 379-400 (2003)  

 17.

Title: Development of catalysts for the selective oxidation of propane to acrolein
Author(s): Ross JRH; O'Keefe E; Grasso G
Source: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  Volume: 223   Pages: U24-U24   Part: Part 1   Meeting Abstract: 048-CATL   Published: APR 7 2002
Times Cited: 0 (from Web of Science)

 18.

Title: The CO2 reforming of the hydrocarbons present in a model gas stream over selected catalysts
Author(s): Sutton D; Parle SM; Ross JRH
Source: FUEL PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY  Volume: 75   Issue: 1   Pages: 45-53   (2002)

 19.

Sulfur-tolerant NOx storage traps: an infrared and thermodynamic study of the reactions of alkali and alkaline-earth metal sulfates
Author(s): Breen JP; Marella M; Pistarino C; et al.
CATALYSIS LETTERS  Volume: 80   Issue: 3-4   Pages: 123-128   (2002)

 20.

A sol-gel derived CuOx/Al2O3-ZrO2 catalyst for the selective reduction of NO by propane in the presence of excess oxygen
Author(s): Metelkina OV; Lunin VV; Sadykov VA; et al.
CATALYSIS LETTERS  Volume: 78   Issue: 1-4   Pages: 111-114   (2002)

21.

Catalytic conditioning of organic volatile products produced by peat pyrolysis
Author(s): Sutton D; Kelleher B; Ross JRH
BIOMASS & BIOENERGY  Volume: 23   Issue: 3   Pages: 209-216  (2002) 

 22.

Review of literature on catalysts for biomass gasification
Author(s): Sutton D; Kelleher B; Ross JRH
FUEL PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY  Volume: 73   Issue: 3   Pages: 155-173 (2001) *

 23.

Investigation of nickel supported catalysts for the upgrading of brown peat derived gasification products
Author(s): Sutton D; Kelleher B; Doyle A; et al.
BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY  Volume: 80   Issue: 2   Pages: 111-116  (2001)

 24.

Differences in the reactivity of organo-nitro and nitrito compounds over Al2O3-based catalysts active for the selective reduction of NOx
Author(s): Zuzaniuk V; Meunier FC; Ross JRH
JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS  Volume: 202   Issue: 2   Pages: 340-353  (2001) *

 25.

Supported CuO plus Ag/partially stabilized zirconia catalysts for the selective catalytic reduction of NOx under lean burn conditions - 1. Bulk and surface properties of the catalysts
Author(s): Sadykov VA; Bunina RV; Alikina GM; et al.
JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS  Volume: 200   Issue: 1   Pages: 117-130  (2001)

 26.

Supported CuO plus Ag/partially stabilized zirconia catalysts for the selective catalytic reduction of NOx under lean burn conditions - 2. Catalytic properties
Author(s): Sadykov VA; Bunina RV; Alikina GM; et al.
JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS  Volume: 200   Issue: 1   Pages: 131-139 (2001)

 27.

Catalytic oxidation of butane to maleic anhydride enhanced yields in the presence of CO2 in the reactor feed
Author(s): Xue EZ; Ross JRH; Mallada R; et al.
APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL  Volume: 210   Issue: 1-2   Pages: 271-274 (2001)

 28.

Effect of the silver loading and some other experimental parameters on the selective reduction of NO with C3H6 over Al2O3 and ZrO2-based catalysts
Author(s): Meunier FC; Ukropec R; Stapleton C; et al.
APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL  Volume: 30   Issue: 1-2   Pages: 163-172   (2001)

 29.

Kinetic study of CO2 reforming of propane over Ru/Al2O3
Author(s): Sutton D; Moisan JF; Ross JRH
CATALYSIS LETTERS  Volume: 75   Issue: 3-4   Pages: 175-181 (2001)

 30.

Cu, Co, Ag-containing pillared clays as catalysts for the selective reduction of NO(x) by hydrocarbons in an excess of oxygen
Author(s): Konin GA; Il'ichev AN; Matyshak VA; et al.
TOPICS IN CATALYSIS  Volume: 16   Issue: 1-4   Pages: 193-197  (2001)

31.

Pore structure evolution of lanthana-alumina systems prepared through coprecipitation
Author(s): Nair J; Nair P; Mizukami F; et al.
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY  Volume: 83   Issue: 8   Pages: 1942-1946  (2000)

 32.

Mechanistic differences in the selective reduction of NO by propene over cobalt- and silver-promoted alumina catalysts: kinetic and in situ DRIFTS study
Author(s): Meunier FC; Zuzaniuk V; Breen JP; et al.
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 59   Issue: 3-4   Pages: 287-304  (2000)

 33.

Effect of the method preparation and pretreatment on the dispersion and catalytic behavior of finely divided Pt or Ni particles supported on zirconia for the dry reforming of methane.
Author(s): Ross JRH; van Keulen ANJ; O'Connor AM; et al.
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  Volume: 219   Pages: U253-U253 (2000)

 34.

New insights in the understanding of the reaction mechanism of the selective reduction of NO with propene over CO-Al2O3 catalysts.
Author(s): Meunier FC; Ross JRH; Zuzaniuk V; et al.
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  Volume: 219   Pages: U635-U635   (2000)

 35.

Effect of ex situ treatments with SO2 on the activity of a low loading silver-alumina catalyst for the selective reduction of NO and NO2 by propene
Author(s): Meunier FC; Ross JRH
APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL  Volume: 24   Issue: 1   Pages: 23-32  (2000) *

 36.

Mechanistic aspects of the selective reduction of NO by propene over alumina and silver-alumina catalysts
Author(s): Meunier FC; Breen JP; Zuzaniuk V; et al.
JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS  Volume: 187   Issue: 2   Pages: 493-505  (1999)*

 37.

Sintering of lanthanum zirconate
Author(s): Nair J; Nair P; Doesburg GBM; et al.
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY  Volume: 82   Issue: 8   Pages: 2066-2072  (1999)

 38.

Title: Methanol reforming for fuel-cell applications: development of zirconia-containing Cu-Zn-Al catalysts
Author(s): Breen JP; Ross JRH
Source: CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 51   Issue: 3-4   Pages: 521-533 (1999)*

 

 

 39.

Possible intermediates in the selective catalytic reduction of NOx: differences in the reactivity of nitro-compounds and tert-butyl nitrite over gamma-Al2O3
Author(s): Zuzaniuk V; Meunier FC; Ross JRH
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS  Issue: 9   Pages: 815-816  (1999)

40.

New insights into the origin of NO2 in the mechanism of the selective catalytic reduction of NO by propene over alumina
Author(s): Meunier FC; Breen JP; Ross JRH
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS  Issue: 3   Pages: 259-260  (1999)

 41.

Mechanistic aspects of the steam reforming of methanol over a CuO/ZnO/ZrO2/Al2O3 catalyst
Author(s): Breen JP; Meunier FC; Ross JRH
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS  Issue: 22   Pages: 2247-2248 (1999)*

 42.

Porous nanocomposites 2: Pore-structure stability of pure ZrO2, ZrO2(matrix)-Al2O3 and Al2O3(matrix)-ZrO2 nanocomposites
Author(s): Nair P; Nair J; Doesburg EBM; et al.
JOURNAL OF POROUS MATERIALS  Volume: 6   Issue: 1   Pages: 69-76 (1999)

 43.

The effect of O-2 addition on the carbon dioxide reforming of methane over Pt/ZrO2 catalysts
Author(s): O'Connor AM; Ross JRH
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 46   Issue: 2-3   Pages: 203-210  (1998)

 

 

44.

Influence of peptization and ethanol washing on the pore-structure evolution of sol-gel-derived alumina catalyst supports
Author(s): Nair J; Nair P; Van Ommen JG; et al.
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY  Volume: 81   Issue: 10   Pages: 2709-2712 (1998)

 45.

Preparation and characterization of lanthanum zirconate
Author(s): Nair J; Nair P; Doesburg EBM; et al.
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE  Volume: 33   Issue: 18   Pages: 4517-4523 (1998)

 46.

Syngas production from natural gas using ZrO2-supported metals
Author(s): Hegarty MES; O'Connor AM; Ross JRH
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 42   Issue: 3   Pages: 225-232 (1998)*

 47.

Effect of post-precipitation treatment on the pore-structure stability of sol-gel-derived lanthanum zirconate
Author(s): Nair J; Nair P; Van Ommen JG; et al.
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY  Volume: 81   Issue: 6   Pages: 1487-1492 (1998)

 48.

Syngas production from natural gas using CO2-reforming or CO2 reforming combined with steam reforming or partial oxidation over a Pt/ZrO2 catalyst
Author(s): Ross JRH; O'Connor AM; Hegarty MES
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  Volume: 215   Pages: U466-U466  (1998)

49.

An in-situ DRIFTS study of the mechanism of the CO2 reforming of CH4 over a Pt/ZrO2 catalyst
Author(s): O'Connor AM; Meunier FC; Ross JRH
Editor(s): Parmaliana A; Sanfilippo D; Frusteri F; et al.
NATURAL GAS CONVERSION V  Book Series: STUDIES IN SURFACE SCIENCE AND CATALYSIS   
Volume: 119   Pages: 819-824  (1998)

 50.

Oxidative dehydrogenation of propane over molybdenum-containing catalysts
Author(s): Meunier FC; Yasmeen A; Ross JRH
Source: CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 37   Issue: 1   Pages: 33-42  (1997)

 51.

The development of supported vanadia catalysts for the combined catalytic removal of the oxides of nitrogen and of chlorinated hydrocarbons from flue gases
Author(s): Jones J; Ross JRH
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 35   Issue: 1-2   Pages: 97-105  (1997)*

 52.

TAP investigations of the CO2 reforming of CH4 over Pt/ZrO2
Author(s): vanKeulen ANJ; Seshan K; Hoebink JHBJ; et al.
JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS  Volume: 166   Issue: 2   Pages: 306-314 (1997)*

 53.

Water gas shift membrane reactor for CO2 control in IGCC systems: Techno-economic feasibility study
Author(s): Bracht M; Alderliesten PT; Kloster R; et al.
ENERGY CONVERSION AND MANAGEMENT  Volume: 38   Supplement: S   Pages: S159-S164 (1997) 

 54.

The development of platinum-zirconia catalysts for the CO2 reforming of methane
Van Keulen ANJ; Hegarty MES; Ross JRH; et al.
Editor(s): dePontes M; Espinoza RL; Nicolaides CP; et al.
NATURAL GAS CONVERSION IV  Book Series: STUDIES IN SURFACE SCIENCE AND CATALYSIS   
Volume: 107   Pages: 537-546  (1997)

 55.

Roles of supports, Pt loading and Pt dispersion in the oxidation of NO to NO2 and of SO2 to SO3
Author(s): Xue E; Seshan K; Ross JRH
Source: APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL  Volume: 11   Issue: 1   Pages: 65-79 (1996)*

 56.

Investigation of alkali carbonate transport toward the catalyst in internal reforming MCFCs
Author(s): Berger RJ; Doesburg EBM; Van Ommen JG; et al.
JOURNAL OF THE ELECTROCHEMICAL SOCIETY  Volume: 143   Issue: 10   Pages: 3186-3191 (1996)  

 57.

Nickel catalysts for internal reforming in molten carbonate fuel cells
Author(s): Berger RJ; Doesburg EBM; Van Ommen JG; et al.
APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL  Volume: 143   Issue: 2   Pages: 343-365 (1996)  

 58.

Water-gas shift conversion using a feed with a low steam to carbon monoxide ratio and containing sulphur
Author(s): Xue E; OKeeffe M; Ross JRH
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 30   Issue: 1-3   Pages: 107-118 (1996)* 

59.

The catalytic conversion of natural gas to useful products
Author(s): Ross JRH; Van Keulen ANJ; Hegarty MES; et al.
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 30   Issue: 1-3   Pages: 193-199 (1996)* 

 60.

The oxidative dehydrogenation of propane on molybdenum based catalysts.
Author(s): Meunier FC; Yasmeen A; Ross JRH
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  Volume: 211   Pages: 184-186 (1996)  

 61.

The role of Li2CO3 melting in the activation and deactivation of Li/Nb/MgO catalyst for the reaction of methane oxidative coupling
Author(s): Li YD; Ross JRH; Swaan HM; et al.
ACTA CHIMICA SINICA  Volume: 54   Issue: 5   Pages: 454-460 (1996)

 62.

The oxidative dehydrogenation of propane over molybdenum-containing catalysts - The effect of support pretreatment on catalytic performance
Author(s): Yasmeen A; Meunier FC; Ross JRH
Editor(s): Warren BK; Oyama ST
HETEROGENEOUS HYDROCARBON OXIDATION  Book Series: ACS SYMPOSIUM SERIES   Volume: 638  
 Pages: 170-177 (1996)

 63.

A low-energy ion scattering (LEIS) study of the influence of the vanadium concentration on the activity of vanadium-niobium oxide catalysts for the oxidative dehydrogenation of propane
Author(s): Smits RHH; Seshan K; Ross JRH; et al.
JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS  Volume: 157   Issue: 2   Pages: 584-591 (1995)

 64.

CATALYSIS WITH MEMBRANES OR CATALYTIC MEMBRANES
Author(s): ROSS JRH; XUE EZ
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 25   Issue: 3-4   Pages: 291-301 (1995)

 65.

KINETIC-STUDIES OF OXIDATIVE COUPLING OF METHANE ON SAMARIUM OXIDE
Author(s): VERESHCHAGIN SN; ROSS JRH
CATALYSIS TODAY  Volume: 24   Issue: 3   Pages: 285-287 (1995) 

 66.

INVESTIGATION OF V2O5/NB2O5 CATALYSTS BY V-51 SOLID-STATE NMR
Author(s): SMITS RHH; SESHAN K; ROSS JRH; et al.
JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY  Volume: 99   Issue: 22   Pages: 9169-9175 (1885)   

 

 

67.

THE SYNTHESIS OF ALCOHOLS USING CU/ZNO/AL2O3+(CE OR MN) CATALYSTS
Author(s): SLAA JC; VANOMMEN JG; ROSS JRH
TOPICS IN CATALYSIS  Volume: 2   Issue: 1-4   Pages: 79-89 (1995)