You Wayne Cheah

Doctoral Student at Chemical Technology
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2021

Thermal annealing effects on hydrothermally synthesized unsupported MoS2 for enhanced deoxygenation of propylguaiacol and kraft lignin

You Wayne Cheah, Muhammad Abdus Salam, Joby Sebastian et al
Sustainable Energy and Fuels. Vol. 5 (20), p. 5270-5286
Journal article
2021

Hydrotreatment of lignin dimers over NiMoS-USY: effect of silica/alumina ratio

Muhammad Abdus Salam, You Wayne Cheah, Hoang Phuoc Ho et al
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY & FUELS. Vol. 5 (13), p. 3445-3457
Journal article
2021

Role of transition metals on MoS2-based supported catalysts for hydrodeoxygenation (HDO) of propylguaiacol

You Wayne Cheah, Muhammad Abdus Salam, Prakhar Arora et al
Sustainable Energy and Fuels. Vol. 5 (7), p. 2097-2113
Journal article
2021

The promotor and poison effects of the inorganic elements of kraft lignin during hydrotreatment over nimos catalyst

Joby Sebastian, You Wayne Cheah, Diana Bernin et al
Catalysts. Vol. 11 (8)
Journal article
2021

The role of catalyst poisons during hydrodeoxygenation of renewable oils

Prakhar Arora, Hoda Abdolahi, You Wayne Cheah et al
Catalysis Today. Vol. 367, p. 28-42
Journal article
2019

NiMoS on alumina-USY zeolites for hydrotreating lignin dimers: Effect of support acidity and cleavage of C-C bonds

Muhammad Abdus Salam, Prakhar Arora, Houman Ojagh et al
Sustainable Energy and Fuels. Vol. 4 (1), p. 149-163
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