Jakob Albert


Types of publications

Journal article
Book chapter / Article in edited volumes
Authored book
Edited Volume
Conference contribution
Other publication type
Unpublished / Preprint

Publication year




Economic comparison of electric fuels for heavy duty mobility produced at excellent global sites-a 2035 scenario (2023) Runge P, Sölch C, Albert J, Wasserscheid P, Zöttl G, Grimm V Journal article Influence of gas impurities on the hydrogenation of CO2to methanol using indium-based catalysts (2020) Schühle P, Schmidt M, Schill L, Riisager A, Wasserscheid P, Albert J Journal article NH3-SCR of NO with novel active, supported vanadium-containing Keggin-type heteropolyacid catalysts (2020) Bukowski A, Schill L, Nielsen D, Mossin S, Riisager A, Albert J Journal article, Original article Additively manufactured Raney-type Copper catalyst for methanol synthesis (2020) Heßelmann C, Wolf T, Galgon F, Körner C, Albert J, Wasserscheid P Journal article, Original article Switchable Catalytic Polyoxometalate-Based Systems for Biomass Conversion to Carboxylic Acids (2020) Voß D, Dietrich R, Stuckart M, Albert J Journal article Periodic open cellular Raney-Copper-Catalysts fabricated via selective electron beam melting (2020) Wolf T, Fu Z, Ye J, Heßelmann C, Pistor J, Albert J, Wasserscheid P, Körner C Journal article, Original article Combining cost-efficient biomass fractionation and selective biomass oxidation to formic acid - the new POM-ionosolv concept (2020) Bukowski A, Rafat Said A, Brandt-Talbot A, Albert J Journal article, Original article Shifting the equilibrium of methanol synthesis from CO2 by in situ absorption using ionic liquid media (2019) Reichert J, Maerten S, Meltzer K, Tremel A, Baldauf M, Wasserscheid P, Albert J Journal article, Original article Catalytic low-temperature dehydration of fructose to 5-hydroxymethylfurfural using acidic deep eutectic solvents and polyoxometalate catalysts (2019) Körner S, Albert J, Held C Journal article Renewable superabsorbent polymers (bio-SAP) enabled by renewable acrylic acid (bio-AA), produced via the dehydration of lactic acid or its derivatives (2019) Collians D, Godlewski J, Velasquez J, Dziezok P, Kehrer M, Nagengast J, Kadar J, et al. Conference contribution