Lukasz Mentel

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Academic interests

I am currently working as a part of the NanoReactor project team where I'm responsible for the computational modeling of the acid catalyzed reactions and the development of quantitative models helping to link the structure of promising catalysts to their activity.


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  • Rojo-Gama, Daniel; Mentel, Lukasz; Kalantzopoulos, Georgios N.; Pappas, Dimitrios; Dovgaliuk, Iurii; Olsbye, Unni; Lillerud, Karl Petter; Beato, Pablo; Lundegaard, Lars Fahl; Wragg, David & Svelle, Stian (2018). Deactivation of Zeolite Catalyst H-ZSM-5 during Conversion of Methanol to Gasoline: Operando Time- and Space-Resolved X-ray Diffraction. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.  ISSN 1948-7185.  9, s 1324- 1328 . doi: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.8b00094
  • Mortén, Magnus; Mentel, Lukasz; Lazzarini, Andrea; Pankin, Ilia A.; Lamberti, Carlo; Bordiga, Silvia; Crocella, Valentina; Svelle, Stian; Lillerud, Karl Petter & Olsbye, Unni (2017). A Systematic Study of Isomorphically Substituted H-MAlPO-5 Materials for the Methanol-to-Hydrocarbons Reaction. ChemPhysChem.  ISSN 1439-4235.

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  • Mentel, Lukasz (2017). Insights into solid acidity and heterogeneous catalysis.
  • Mentel, Lukasz (2016). Database of Computational results related to the acid catalysis by zeotype materials. Show summary
  • Mentel, Lukasz (2016). PANTHER - Python Package for Anharmonic Thermochemistry. [www ].
  • Mentel, Lukasz (2016). Probe Molecule Based Descriptors for Modeling Acid Catalysed Reactions on Zeotype Materials.
  • Mentel, Lukasz (2016). mendeleev - A python package that provides an API for accessing various properties of elements from the periodic table..
  • Mentel, Lukasz (2015). descriptor based approach to modelling acid catalysed reactions on zeotype materials.

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Published Dec. 13, 2016 11:52 AM - Last modified Mar. 31, 2017 4:32 PM

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