Welcome to the Ahlquist Group

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Research in our group is focused on the reaction mechanisms of catalytic systems. The majority of the projects are related to research on new sources of energy and small molecule activation.

Research Projects

Catalytic Conversion of CO2 and H2 to Methanol

Hydrogenation of CO2 to give methanol is one of most viable ways for storing H2. It could also make carbon dioxide a source of carbon for production of materials as the petroleum supply decreases.

References


Ahlquist M.S.G, J. Mol Cat. A. Accepted for publication.

Catalytic Conversion of CO2 and H2 to Methanol

Hydrogenation of CO2 to give methanol is one of most viable ways for storing H2. It could also make carbon dioxide a source of carbon for production of materials as the petroleum supply decreases.
Ahlquist M.S.G, J. Mol Cat. A. Accepted for publication.

People


Dr. Marten Ahlquist
Assistant Professor - Group Leader

Dr. Rocio Sanchez
Postdoc

Dr. Liqin Xue
Postdoc

Ying Wang
PhD Student

Irina Osadchuk
Visiting PhD Student

Peer-reviewed publications

Contact

Contact Information

Visiting Address: Roslagstullsbacken 15 at Albanova

Theoretical Chemistry
School of Biotechnology
Royal Institute of Technology
106 91 Stockholm
Sweden

Office phone: +46 8 5537 8415

mahlquist -at- theochem.kth.se