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Rob Louw

Professor emeritus of Organic chemistry

Name
Prof.dr. R. Louw
Telephone
+31 71 527 4269
E-mail
r.louw@chem.leidenuniv.nl

Professor emeritus of Organic chemistry

  • Science
  • Leiden Institute of Chemistry

Work address

Gorlaeus Building
Einsteinweg 55
2333 CC Leiden
Room number DM416

Contact

  • Louw R. (2004), Deuteronomium, Jozua, Jeremia, Hosea, Joel, Jona. In: De Nieuwe Bijbelvertaling.. book chapter
  • Brink R.W. van den, Louw R. & Mulder P. (2000), Increased Combustion of Chlorobenzene on Pt/gammaAl2O3 in Binary Mixtures with Hydrocarbons and with Carbon Monoxide, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 25(4): 229-237. article in journal: refereed
  • Cieplik M.K., Cairols Oviedo M. & Louw R. (2000), On the Possible Role of Acetylene in Gas-phase Dioxin Formation, Chemosphere 40: 195-199. article in journal: refereed
  • Brink R.W. van den, Mulder P. & Louw R. (1999), Catalytic Combustion of Chlorobenzene on Pt/AI203 in Presence of Hydrocarbons, CATALYSIS TODAY 54: 101-106. article in journal: refereed
  • Jong V. de & Louw R. (1999), Challenges in Catalytic Back-to-Feedstock Recycling of Mixed Plastics Waste, CatTech 3: 68-70. article in journal: refereed
  • Louw R. & Santoro D. (1999), (Comment on ) Formation of Nitroaromatic Compounds in Advanced Oxidation Processes: Photolysis versus Photocatalysis, Environmental Science & Technology 33: 3281. article in journal: refereed
  • Cieplik M.K., Louw R. & Pastor Carbonell J.M. (1999), On Catalytic Properties of Iron Ore and Sinter and its Role in Dioxin Formation and Destruction in Iron Metallurgy, Organohalogen Compounds 41: 141-143. article in journal: refereed
  • Brink R.W. van den, Krzan M., Feijen-Jeurissen M.M.R., Louw R. & Mulder P. (1999), The Role of the Support and Dispersion in the Catalytic Combustion of Chlorobenzene on Noble Metal Based Catalysts, Applied Catalysis B 24: 255-264. article in journal: refereed
  • Brink R.W. van den, Mulder P., Louw R., Sinquin G., Petit C. & Hindermann J.-P. (1998), Catalytic oxidation of dichloromethane on g-Al2O3 : A combined flow and infrared spectroscopic study, Journal of Catalysis 180: 153-160. article in journal: refereed
  • Louw R. & Jong V. de (1998), Dioxins and combustion; formation, fate, remediation and alternatives, Educ. In Adv. Chem. 5: 53-71. article in journal: refereed
  • Brink R.W. van den & Mulder P. (1998), Formation of polychlorinated benzenes during the catalytic combustion of chlorobenzene using Pt/?-Al2O3 Catalyst, Applied Catalysis B-Environmental 16: 219-226. article in journal: refereed
  • Grotheer H.-H. & Louw R. (1998), The gas-phase reaction of phenoxy radicals with bromobenzene, Comb. Science and Technol. 134: 31-49. article in journal: refereed
  • Kanters M.J., Nispen R. van, Louw R. & Mulder P. (1996), Chlorine Input and Chlorophenol Emission in the Lab-Scale Combustion of Municipal Solid Waste, Environmental Science & Technology (30): 2121-2126. article in journal: refereed
  • Arends I.W.C.E., Louw R. & Mulder P. (1996), Gas Phase Hydrogenolysis Mediated by Activated Carbon: Deuterated Benzenes, Recueil des Travaux Chimique des Pays Bas 115: 271-274. article in journal: refereed
  • Arends I.W.C.E., Ophorst W.R., Louw R. & Mulder P. (1996), Gas Phase Hydrogenolysis Mediated by Activated Carbon: Monosubstituted Benzenes, Carbon 34: 581-588. article in journal: refereed
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