Selection of recent publications

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Plasma technology - a novel solution for CO2 conversion?
R. Snoeckx and A. Bogaerts
Chem. Soc. Rev., 46, 5805-5863 (2017) (Paper featered on the back cover page of the journal)


Dry reforming of methane in a gliding arc plasmatron: towards a better understanding of the plasma chemistry.
E. Cleiren, S. Heijkers, M. Ramakers and A. Bogaerts
ChemSusChem, 10, 4025-4036 (2017) and its supporting information(Cover feature of the journal)


Gliding arc plasmatron: provodong an alternative method for carbon dioxide conversion.
M. Ramakers, G. Trenchev, S. Heijkers, W. Wang and A. Bogaerts
ChemSusChem, 10, 2642-2652 (2017) and its supporting information.


Nitrogen fixation by gliding arc plasma: better insight by chemical kinetics modelling.
W. Wang, B. Patil, S. Heijkers, V. Hessel and A. Bogaerts
ChemSusChem, 10, 2145-2157 (2017) and its supporting information. (Paper featered on the cover page of the journal, as "cover profile" and "very important paper" of ChemSusChem)


The chemical route to a carbon dioxide neutral world.
J.A. Martens, A. Bogaerts, N. De Kimpe, P.A. Jacobs, G.B. Marin, K. Rabaey, M. Saeys and S. Verhelst
ChemSusChem, 10, 1039-1055 (2017)


The quest for value-added products from carbon dioxide and water in a dielectric barrier discharge: a chemical kinetics study.
R. Snoeckx, A. Ozkan, F. Reniers and A. Bogaerts
ChemSusChem, 10, 409-424 (2017) and its supporting information.


Toward the understanding of selective Si nano-oxidation by atomic scale simulations.
U. Khalilov, A. Bogaerts and E.C. Neyts
Acc. Chem. Res., 50, 796-804 (2017)


Modeling of CO2 splitting in a microwave plasma: how to improve the conversion and energy efficiency.
A. Berthelot and A. Bogaerts
J. Phys. Chem. C, 121, 8236-8251 (2017)


Atomic--scale mechanisms of plasma-assisted elimination of nascent base-grown carbon nanotubes.
U. Khalilov, A. Bogaerts and E.C. Neyts
Carbon, 118, 452-457 (2017)


Molecular dynamics simulations for plasma-surface interactions.
E.C. Neyts and P. Brault
Plasma Process. Polymers, 14, 1600145 (2017)


Synergistic effect of electric field and lipid oxidation on the permeability of cell membranes.
M. Yusupov, J. Van der Paal, E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1861, 839-847 (2017)


Inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry: insights through computer modeling.
A. Bogaerts and M. Aghaei
J. Anal. Atom. Spectrom., 32, 233-261 (2017)  (invited review paper) (Selected for the cover page of the journal)


How the alignment of adsorbed ortho H pairs determines the onset of selective carbon nanotube etching.
U. Khalilov, A. Bogaerts, B. Xu, T. kato, T. Kaneko and E.C. Neyts
Nanoscale, 9, 1653-1661 (2017)


Hampering effect of cholesterol on the permeation of reactive oxygen species through phospholipids bilayer: possible explanation for plasma cancer selectivity.
J. Van der Paal, C. Verheyen, E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Scientif. Rep., 7, 39526 (2017) and its supplementary information.


CO2 conversion in a dielectric barrier discharge plasma: N2 in the mix as a helping hand or problematic impurity?
R. Snoeckx, S. Heijkers, K. Van Wesenbeeck, S. Lenaerts and A. Bogaerts
Energy Environm. Sci., 9, 999-1011 (2016) and its supplementary information.


Direct observation of realistic-temperature fuel combustion mechanisms in atomistic simulations.
K.M. Bal and E.C. Neyts
Chem. Sci., 7, 5280-5286 (2016)


Effect of lipid peroxidation on membrane permeability of cancer and normal cells subjected to oxidative stress.
J. Van der Paal, E.C. Neyts, C.C.W. Verlackt and A. Bogaerts
Chem. Sci., 7, 489-498 (2016)


Can plasma be formed in catalyst pores?  A modeling investigation.
Y.-R. Zhang, K. Van Laer, E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Appl. Catal. B: Environm., 185, 56-67 (2016)




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