Prakhar Arora

Visiting Researcher at Chemical Technology
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The role of catalyst poisons during hydrodeoxygenation of renewable oils

Prakhar Arora, Hoda Abdolahi, You Wayne Cheah et al
Catalysis Today. Vol. In Press
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Investigation of the robust hydrothermal stability of Cu/LTA for NH3-SCR reaction

Aiyong Wang, Prakhar Arora, Diana Bernin et al
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental. Vol. 246, p. 242-253
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Kinetic study of hydrodeoxygenation of stearic acid as model compound for renewable oils

Prakhar Arora, Eva Lind Grennfelt, Louise Olsson et al
Chemical Engineering Journal. Vol. 364, p. 376-389
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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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Investigating the effect of Fe as a poison for catalytic HDO over sulfided NiMo alumina catalysts

Prakhar Arora, Houman Ojagh, Jung Won Woo et al
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental. Vol. 227, p. 240-251
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Influence of bio-oil phospholipid on the hydrodeoxygenation activity of NiMoS/Al2O3 catalyst

Muhammad Abdus Salam, Derek Creaser, Prakhar Arora et al
Catalysts. Vol. 8 (10)
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Effect of Dimethyl Disulfide on Activity of NiMo Based Catalysts Used in Hydrodeoxygenation of Oleic Acid

Houman Ojagh, Derek Creaser, Stefanie Tamm et al
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 56 (19), p. 5547-5557
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