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Área de Tecnologías del Medio Ambiente

Díaz Fernández, Eva

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Profesor Titular de Universidad
Teléfono:
985103442
Correo:
diazfeva@uniovi.es
Despacho:
240
Ficha personal:
Ficha personal de la Universidad de Oviedo

Áreas de interés:

  • Ingeniería Ambiental
  • Procesos catalíticos de hidrogenación y oxidación
  • Procesos de adsorción
  • Desarrollo de materiales como adsorbentes y catalizadores
  • Eliminación de compuestos orgánicos volátiles

Publicaciones:

  • Adsorption characterisation of different volatile organic compounds over alumina, zeolites and activated carbon using inverse gas chromatography, Journal of Chromatography A, 1049, 139-146 (2004) : Resumen
  • Catalytic combustion of hexane over transition metal modified zeolites NaX and CaA, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 56, 313-322 (2005) : Resumen
  • Performance of alumina-supported noble metal catalysts for the combustion of trichloroethene at dry and wet conditions, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental,64, 262-271 (2006) : Resumen
  • Adsorption of volatile organic compounds on carbon nanotubes, carbon nanofibers and high surface area graphites, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 305, 7-16 (2007) : Resumen
  • Modification of the adsorption properties of high-surface area graphites by oxygen functional groups, Carbon, 46, 2096-2016 (2008) : Resumen
  • A new procedure for the treatment of off-gases containing organochlorinated combining adsorption and catalytic hydrodechlorination, Environmental Science & Technology, 43, 1999-2004 (2009) : Resumen
  • Carbon nanofiber supported palladium catalysts as model hydrodechlorination catalysts, Journal of Catalysis, 252, 158-168 (2010) : Resumen
  • Homogeneous oxidation reaction of propanediols at low temperatures, ChemSusChem, 3, 1063-1070 (2010) : Resumen
  • Consequences of the iron–aluminium exchange on the performance of hydrotalcite-derived mixed oxides for ethanol condensation, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 102, 590-599 (2011) : Resumen
  • Enhancement of the CO2 retention capacity of Y zeolites by Na and Cs treatments: effect of adsorption temperature and water treatment, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 47, 412-418 (2008) : Resumen