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Gebhart, Philipp

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Works: 3 works in 4 publications in 2 languages and 141 library holdings
Roles: htt, Contributor, Author
Classifications: TK454.4.M3, 620.11897
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Most widely held works by Philipp Gebhart
Magnetic hybrid-materials multi-scale modelling, synthesis, and applications by Stefan Odenbach( )

1 edition published in 2021 in English and held by 137 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Externally tunable properties allow for new applications of magnetic hybrid materials containing magnetic micro- and nanoparticles in sensors and actuators in technical and medical applications. By means of easy to generate and control magnetic fields, changes of the internal particle arrangements and the macroscopic properties can be achieved. This monograph delivers the latest insights into multi-scale modelling, experimental characterization, manufacturing and application of those magnetic hybrid materials
Über die Therapie venöser Malformationen eine Analyse zur Wirkung der perkutanen Sklerosierungstherapie durch MR-Volumetrie by Philipp Gebhart( Book )

2 editions published between 2020 and 2021 in German and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Direct liquefaction of lignin and lignin rich biomasses by heterogenic catalytic hydrogenolysis( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: As part of an ongoing project at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, this work examines the liquefaction of varying feedstocks under conditions of the Bergius process of direct coal liquefaction by high pressure heterogeneous catalytic hydrogenolysis. Applying this process onto renewable resources like lignin and lignin-rich biomass has the potential to produce aromatic components for chemical industry. The performed experiments investigate the chemical conversion of different lignin types alongside samples of beech bark and beech wood fiber residues from pulp and paper industry using different heterogeneous catalysts and catalyst preparations. Reaction conditions such as catalyst concentration, temperature and concentration of sulfur were varied in order to optimize the conditions of liquefaction for the chosen setup. It will be shown that lignin and lignin-rich biomass can be liquefied under conditions of direct coal liquefaction using molybdic acid and sulfidic iron catalysts. The liquid oil product can be obtained in good yields up to 60% mass fraction of the input feedstock, consisting of alkylated phenols and alkyl benzenes while removing the majority of hetero atomic functional groups. This can be achieved while producing only a minimal amount of solid residue, reaction water and a valuable gas byproduct. Highlights: Lignin and lignin rich biomass can be liquefied by catalytic hydrogenolysis. Using technical lignin the yield of liquid product can be up to 60% with low amounts of solid residue. The gained oil phase consists in majority of alkylated phenols and alkyl benzenes without hetero-atomic functional groups. Variation of the temperature allows controlling yields and product quality. An additional supply of elemental sulfur did not show any effect on the reaction
 
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