Carl R. F. Lund

PhD

Carl R. F. Lund

PhD

Carl R. F. Lund

PhD

Research Topics

Heterogeneous catalysis, chemical kinetics, reaction engineering

Contact Information

505 Furnas Hall

Buffalo NY, 14260

Phone: (716) 645-1180

Fax: (716) 645-3822

lund@buffalo.edu

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Publications

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  • J. Heltzel, S. K. R. Patil, C. R. F. Lund, “Humin Formation Pathways”, Green Chemistry and Sustainable Technology , 105-118 (2016). link
  • J. Heltzel, C. R. F. Lund, “Glucose formate conversion in gamma-valerolactone”, Catal. Today 269, 88-92 (2016). link
  • S. Karwa, V. M. Gajiwala, J. Heltzel, S. K. R. Patil, C. R. F. Lund, “Reactivity of levulinic acid during aqueous, acid-catalyzed HMF hydration”, Catal. Today 263, 16-21 (2016). link
  • S. K. R. Patil, J. Heltzel, C. R. F. Lund, “Comparison of Structural Features of Humins Formed Catalytically from Glucose, Fructose, and 5-Hydroxymethylfurfuraldehyde”, Energy Fuels 26, 5281-5293 (2012). link
  • S. K. R. Patil, C. R. F. Lund, “Formation and Growth of Humins via Aldol Addition and Condensation during Acid-Catalyzed Conversion of 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural”, Energy Fuels 25, 4745-4755 (2011). link
  • J. S. Coleman, M. Zhang, R. M. Vannatter, C. R. F. Lund, “Copper promotion of high temperature shift”, Catal. Today 160, 191-197 (2011). link
  • G. N. Vajani, S. L. Ng, C. R. F. Lund, “Rate Expression for Water-Gas Shift over a Gold/Ferrochrome Catalyst”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 50, 10493-10499 (2011). link
  • R. M. Van natter, J. S. Coleman, C. R. F. Lund, “A DFT study of the effect of copper promotion upon iron oxide surface species”, J. Mol. Catal. A-Chem. 311, 17-22 (2009). link
  • R. M. Van Natter, J. S. Coleman, C. R. F. Lund, “DFT models for active sites on high temperature water-gas shift catalysts”, J. Mol. Catal. A-Chem. 292, 76-82 (2008). link
  • C. R. F. Lund, “Effects of zeolite channel walls and cation migration on N2O decomposition energies in Fe/ZSM-5”, J. Catal. 243, 438-441 (2006). link
  • C. M. Sang, B. H. Kim, C. R. F. Lund, “Effect of NO upon N2O decomposition over Fe/ZSM-5 with low iron loading”, J. Phys. Chem. B 109, 2295-2301 (2005). link
  • D. H. Ma, C. R. F. Lund, “Assessing high-temperature water-gas shift membrane reactors”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 42, 711-717 (2003). link
  • S. R. Spencer, M. Zhang, C. R. F. Lund, “Computational study of aluminum chloride activation for toluene chlorination”, J. Phys. Chem. A 107, 10335-10345 (2003). link
  • B. H. Kim, C. R. F. Lund, “Issues involved in using MCSCF to investigate catalytic sites involving transition metals”, J. Mol. Catal. A-Chem. 188, 173-187 (2002). link
  • M. Zhang, C. R. F. Lund, “An experimental and computational study of solvent effects in toluene chlorination”, J. Phys. Chem. A 106, 10294-10301 (2002). link
  • C. M. Sang, C. R. F. Lund, “Possible role of nitrite/nitrate redox cycles in N2O decomposition and light-off over Fe-ZSM-5”, Catal. Lett. 73, 73-77 (2001). link
  • Y. Chen, D. T. Shaw, X. D. Bai, E. G. Wang, C. Lund, W. M. Lu, D. D. L. Chung, “Hydrogen storage in aligned carbon nanotubes”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 78, 2128-2130 (2001). link
  • C. C. Chang, M. J. Burger, G. M. Faitar, C. R. F. Lund, “Zeolite-catalyzed chlorination of toluene by sulfuryl chloride: Activity, selectivity, and deactivation of ZSM-5”, J. Catal. 202, 59-67 (2001). link
  • M. C. Hausladen, R. C. Cyganovich, H. Y. Huang, C. R. F. Lund, “Zeolite-catalyzed chlorination of toluene by sulfuryl chloride: activity, selectivity and deactivation of NaK-L zeolite”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 219, 1-12 (2001). link
  • C. M. Sang, C. R. F. Lund, “Isothermal "light-off" during catalytic N2O decomposition over Fe/ZSM-5”, Catal. Lett. 70, 165-173 (2000). link
  • M. C. Hausladen, C. R. F. Lund, “Zeolite-catalyzed chlorination of toluene by sulfuryl chloride: activity, selectivity and deactivation of NaX and NaY zeolites”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 190, 269-281 (2000). link
  • C. C. Chang, C. M. Reo, C. R. F. Lund, “The effect of a membrane reactor upon catalyst deactivation during hydrodechlorination of dichloroethane”, Appl. Catal. B-Environ. 20, 309-317 (1999). link
  • C. M. Sang, C. C. Chang, C. R. F. Lund, “Preliminary assessment of membrane reactors as a means to improve the selectivity of methylamine synthesis”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 38, 4552-4562 (1999). link
  • M. C. Hausladen, B. W. Satterley, M. J. Burger, C. R. F. Lund, “Zeolite-catalyzed chlorination of toluene by sulfuryl chloride: The effect of zeolite drying”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 166, 55-64 (1998). link
  • C. M. Reo, L. A. Bernstein, C. R. F. Lund, “Cocurrent membrane reactors vs PFRs for shifting dehydrogenation equilibrium”, AIChE J. 43, 495-504 (1997). link
  • C. M. Reo, L. A. Bernstein, C. R. F. Lund, “Defining conditions where the use of porous membrane reactors can be justified solely on the basis of improved yield”, Chem. Eng. Sci. 52, 3075-3083 (1997). link
  • B. W. Satterley, M. C. Hausladen, C. R. F. Lund, “Zeolite-catalyzed chlorination of toluene by sulfuryl chloride: The role of sulfuryl chloride decomposition in chlorination”, Zeolites 19, 434-440 (1997). link
  • D. A. Kofke, M. R. Grosso, S. Gollapudi, C. R. F. Lund, “CESL - The chemical engineering simulation laboratory”, Chem. Eng. Educ. 30, 114-119 (1996). PDF
  • M. Hausladen, K. A. Lasala, C. R. F. Lund, “Permeation through Kapton (R) polyimide at elevated temperatures”, Chem. Eng. Commun. 143, 91-97 (1996). link
  • C. R. F. Lund, “Microkinetics of water-gas shift over sulfided Mo/Al2O3 catalysts”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 35, 2531-2538 (1996). link
  • C. R. F. Lund, “Effect of adding Co to MoS2/Al2O3 upon the kinetics of the water-gas shift”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 35, 3067-3073 (1996). link
  • L. A. Bernstein, C. M. Reo, C. R. F. Lund, “A batch membrane reactor for laboratory studies”, J. Membr. Sci. 118, 93-100 (1996). link
  • S. S. Peri, C. R. F. Lund, “THE ROLE OF CHLORINE IN INDUCTION PERIODS DURING THE OXIDATION OF METHANE OVER PD/SIO2”, J. Catal. 152, 410-414 (1995). link
  • L. A. Bernstein, S. Agarwalla, C. R. F. Lund, “PARTIAL OXIDATION USING MEMBRANE REACTORS”, ACS Symp. Ser. 523, 427-437 (1993).
  • L. A. Bernstein, C. R. F. Lund, “MEMBRANE REACTORS FOR CATALYTIC SERIES AND SERIES-PARALLEL REACTIONS”, J. Membr. Sci. 77, 155-164 (1993). link
  • C. R. F. Lund, “IMPROVING SELECTIVITY DURING METHANE PARTIAL OXIDATION BY USE OF A MEMBRANE REACTOR”, Catal. Lett. 12, 395-404 (1992). link
  • C. R. F. Lund, “IMPROVING SELECTIVITY DURING METHANE PARTIAL OXIDATION BY USE OF A MEMBRANE”, Catal. Lett. 13, 423-424 (1992). link
  • P. Yarlagadda, C. R. F. Lund, E. Ruckenstein, “THE SYNTHESIS AND CRACKING BEHAVIOR OF ZEOLITE-AMORPHOUS SILICA-ALUMINA COMPOSITES PREPARED USING GELS WITH HIGH ALUMINA AND LOW ORGANIC TEMPLATE CONTENT”, J. Catal. 133, 28-41 (1992). link
  • P. Chitrapu, C. R. F. Lund, J. A. Tsamopoulos, “A MODEL FOR THE CATALYTIC GROWTH OF CARBON FILAMENTS”, Carbon 30, 285-293 (1992). link
  • S. Agarwalla, C. R. F. Lund, “USE OF A MEMBRANE REACTOR TO IMPROVE SELECTIVITY TO INTERMEDIATE PRODUCTS IN CONSECUTIVE CATALYTIC REACTIONS”, J. Membr. Sci. 70, 129-141 (1992). link
  • S. A. Safvi, E. C. Bianchini, C. R. F. Lund, “THE DEPENDENCE OF CATALYTIC CARBON-FILAMENT GROWTH-KINETICS UPON GAS-PHASE CARBON ACTIVITY”, Carbon 29, 1245-1250 (1991). link
  • R. T. Yang, P. J. Goethel, J. M. Schwartz, C. R. F. Lund, “SOLUBILITY AND DIFFUSIVITY OF CARBON IN METALS”, J. Catal. 122, 206-210 (1990). link
  • P. Yarlagadda, C. R. F. Lund, E. Ruckenstein, “OLIGOMERIZATION OF ETHENE AND PROPENE OVER COMPOSITE ZEOLITE CATALYSTS”, Appl. Catal. 62, 125-139 (1990). link
  • P. Yarlagadda, C. R. F. Lund, E. Ruckenstein, “DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES AND SELECTIVITIES OF SILICA-ALUMINA CATALYSTS SYNTHESIZED IN AQUEOUS AND ALCOHOL SOLVENTS”, J. Catal. 125, 421-426 (1990). link
  • M. E. Vincett, J. A. Tsamopoulos, C. R. F. Lund, “CARBON GASIFICATION BY GROUP-VIII METAL-CATALYSTS”, J. Catal. 126, 279-290 (1990). link
  • C. R. F. Lund, R. T. Yang, “SOLID-STATE DIFFUSION DURING CARBON GASIFICATION AND FILAMENT GROWTH”, Carbon 27, 956-958 (1989). link
  • E. C. Bianchini, C. R. F. Lund, “KINETIC IMPLICATIONS OF MECHANISMS PROPOSED FOR CATALYTIC CARBON-FILAMENT GROWTH”, J. Catal. 117, 455-466 (1989). link
  • P. Yarlagadda, C. R. F. Lund, E. Ruckenstein, “CONVERSION OF METHANOL TO HYDROCARBONS OVER SILICA-ALUMINA - SELECTIVE FORMATION OF LOWER OLEFINS”, Appl. Catal. 54, 139-157 (1989). link

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