Opanasenko Maksym
Opanasenko Maksym
J. Heyrovsky Institute of physical chemistry
Verified email at jh-inst.cas.cz
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Metal organic frameworks as heterogeneous catalysts for the production of fine chemicals
A Dhakshinamoorthy, M Opanasenko, J Čejka, H Garcia
Catalysis Science & Technology 3 (10), 2509-2540, 2013
Metal organic frameworks as solid catalysts in condensation reactions of carbonyl groups
A Dhakshinamoorthy, M Opanasenko, J Čejka, H Garcia
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 355 (2‐3), 247-268, 2013
The ADOR mechanism for the synthesis of new zeolites
P Eliášová, M Opanasenko, PS Wheatley, M Shamzhy, M Mazur, ...
Chemical Society Reviews 44 (20), 7177-7206, 2015
Comparison of the catalytic activity of MOFs and zeolites in Knoevenagel condensation
M Opanasenko, A Dhakshinamoorthy, M Shamzhy, P Nachtigall, ...
Catalysis Science & Technology 3 (2), 500-507, 2013
Two-dimensional zeolites in catalysis: current status and perspectives
MV Opanasenko, WJ Roth, J Čejka
Catalysis Science & Technology 6 (8), 2467-2484, 2016
New trends in tailoring active sites in zeolite-based catalysts
M Shamzhy, M Opanasenko, P Concepción, A Martínez
Chemical Society Reviews 48 (4), 1095-1149, 2019
Heterogeneous Pd catalysts supported on silica matrices
M Opanasenko, P Štěpnička, J Čejka
RSC Advances 4 (110), 65137-65162, 2014
Solid acid catalysts for coumarin synthesis by the Pechmann reaction: MOFs versus zeolites
M Opanasenko, M Shamzhy, J Čejka
ChemCatChem 5 (4), 1024-1031, 2013
Zeolites with continuously tuneable porosity
PS Wheatley, P Chlubná‐Eliášová, H Greer, W Zhou, VR Seymour, ...
Angewandte Chemie 126 (48), 13426-13430, 2014
Hierarchical hybrid organic–inorganic materials with tunable textural properties obtained using Zeolitic-layered precursor
M Opanasenko, WON Parker Jr, M Shamzhy, E Montanari, M Bellettato, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (6), 2511-2519, 2014
Synthesis of isomorphously substituted extra-large pore UTL zeolites
MV Shamzhy, OV Shvets, MV Opanasenko, PS Yaremov, LG Sarkisyan, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry 22 (31), 15793-15803, 2012
Mesoporous MFI zeolite nanosponge as a high-performance catalyst in the Pechmann condensation reaction
JC Kim, R Ryoo, MV Opanasenko, MV Shamzhy, J Cejka
ACS Catalysis 5 (4), 2596-2604, 2015
A novel nickel metal–organic framework with fluorite-like structure: gas adsorption properties and catalytic activity in Knoevenagel condensation
M Almáši, V Zeleňák, M Opanasenko, J Čejka
Dalton Transactions 43 (9), 3730-3738, 2014
2D oxide nanomaterials to address the energy transition and catalysis
CJ Heard, J Čejka, M Opanasenko, P Nachtigall, G Centi, S Perathoner
Advanced Materials 31 (3), 1801712, 2019
Expansion of the ADOR Strategy for the Synthesis of Zeolites: The Synthesis of IPC‐12 from Zeolite UOV
V Kasneryk, M Shamzhy, M Opanasenko, PS Wheatley, SA Morris, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 56 (15), 4324-4327, 2017
Germanosilicate precursors of ADORable zeolites obtained by disassembly of ITH, ITR, and IWR zeolites
M Shamzhy, M Opanasenko, Y Tian, K Konysheva, O Shvets, RE Morris, ...
Chemistry of Materials 26 (19), 5789-5798, 2014
Ce (III) and Lu (III) metal–organic frameworks with Lewis acid metal sites: Preparation, sorption properties and catalytic activity in Knoevenagel condensation
M Almáši, V Zeleňák, M Opanasenko, I Císařová
Catalysis Today 243, 184-194, 2015
Superior performance of metal–organic frameworks over zeolites as solid acid catalysts in the Prins reaction: green synthesis of nopol
M Opanasenko, A Dhakshinamoorthy, YK Hwang, JS Chang, H Garcia, ...
ChemSusChem 6 (5), 865-871, 2013
Deactivation pathways of the catalytic activity of metal–organic frameworks in condensation reactions
M Opanasenko, A Dhakshinamoorthy, J Čejka, H Garcia
ChemCatChem 5 (6), 1553-1561, 2013
Assembly–Disassembly–Organization–Reassembly Synthesis of Zeolites Based on cfi-Type Layers
DS Firth, SA Morris, PS Wheatley, SE Russell, AMZ Slawin, DM Dawson, ...
Chemistry of Materials 29 (13), 5605-5611, 2017
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