Publications of Annette Trunschke

Poster (62)

Poster
Beato, P.; Trunschke, A.; Schlögl, R.: In situ Raman studies of molybdenum oxide based powder and thin film catalysts during the selective oxidation of light alke(a)nes. 19. North American Meeting of the North American Catalysis Society, Philadelphia/USA (2005)
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Jentoft, F. C.; Klose, B. S.; Jentoft, R. E.; Ressler, T.; Joshi, P.; Chan Thaw, C.; Trunschke, A.; Schlögl, R.: Initiation of Alkane Isomerization on Sulfated Zirconia Catalysts Studied by In Situ X-ray Absorption, UV-vis and IR Spectroscopy. 19th North American Catalysis Society Meeting, Philadelphia, USA (2005)
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Beato, P.; Trunschke, A.; Schlögl, R.: In situ Raman studies of molybdenum oxide based thin film and powder catalysts. 39. Jahrestreffen Deutscher Katalytiker, Weimar, Germany (2005)
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Celaya Sanfiz, A.; Wagner, J. B.; Trunschke, A.; Schlögl, R.; Lee, D.; Looi, M. H.; Abd Hamid, S. B.: Preparation and characterization of Mo-V-M-Nb-O (M=Te, P, Bi) catalysts prepared by hydrothermal synthesis. 38. Jahrestreffen Deutscher Katalytiker, Weimar, Germany (2005)
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Timpe, O.; Blume, A.; Trunschke, A.; Wienold, J.; Schlögl, R.: Access to highly dispersed Ru-oxide in Mo based catalyst matrices. 38. Jahrestreffen Deutscher Katalytiker, Weimar, Germany (2005)
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Jentoft, F. C.; Klose, B. S.; Trunschke, A.; Joshi, P.; Schlögl, R.: In Situ DRIFT and UV-vis Spectroscopic Investigation of Mn-Promoted Sulfated Zirconia during Alkane Isomerization. Third International Taylor Conference, Queen’s University Belfast, UK (2004)

Thesis - Master (2)

Thesis - Master
Werny, M. J.: The relevance of phase transitions in terms of the catalytic properties of oxidation catalysts. Master, Technische Universität, München (2018)
Thesis - Master
Lee, M.: A Raman Study of CeO2 Nanomaterials with Different Morphologies. Master, Friedrich-Alexander Universität, Erlangen-Nürnberg (2017)

Working Paper (1)

Working Paper
Kraus, P.; Wolf, E.; Prinz, C.; Bellini, G.; Trunschke, A.; Schlögl, R.: Towards automation of operando experiments: A case study in contactless conductivity measurements. (2021)
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