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Prof. Dr. Michael Tiemann
Prof. Dr. Michael Tiemann
Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, Paderborn University
Verified email at upb.de
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Porous metal oxides as gas sensors
M Tiemann
Chemistry–A European Journal 13 (30), 8376-8388, 2007
7082007
Mesoporous materials as gas sensors
T Wagner, S Haffer, C Weinberger, D Klaus, M Tiemann
Chemical Society Reviews 42 (9), 4036-4053, 2013
6332013
Ordered Mesoporous In2O3: Synthesis by Structure Replication and Application as a Methane Gas Sensor
T Waitz, T Wagner, T Sauerwald, CD Kohl, M Tiemann
Advanced Functional Materials 19 (4), 653-661, 2009
3412009
Repeated templating
M Tiemann
Chemistry of Materials 20 (3), 961-971, 2008
3352008
Ordered mesoporous magnesium oxide with high thermal stability synthesized by exotemplating using CMK-3 carbon
J Roggenbuck, M Tiemann
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (4), 1096-1097, 2005
2722005
Synthesis of mesoporous magnesium oxide by CMK-3 carbon structure replication
J Roggenbuck, G Koch, M Tiemann
Chemistry of Materials 18 (17), 4151-4156, 2006
1682006
Mesoporous CeO2: Synthesis by nanocasting, characterisation and catalytic properties
J Roggenbuck, H Schäfer, T Tsoncheva, C Minchev, J Hanss, M Tiemann
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 101 (3), 335-341, 2007
1642007
Nanostructured Co3O4 as a CO gas sensor: temperature-dependent behavior
S Vetter, S Haffer, T Wagner, M Tiemann
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 206, 133-138, 2015
1552015
Ordered mesoporous ZnO for gas sensing
T Wagner, T Waitz, J Roggenbuck, M Fröba, CD Kohl, M Tiemann
Thin Solid Films 515 (23), 8360-8363, 2007
1532007
Mesostructured aluminophosphates synthesized with supramolecular structure directors
M Tiemann, M Fröba
Chemistry of materials 13 (10), 3211-3217, 2001
1262001
Ordered nanoporous SnO2 gas sensors with high thermal stability
T Waitz, B Becker, T Wagner, T Sauerwald, CD Kohl, M Tiemann
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 150 (2), 788-793, 2010
1062010
Gas Sensing Properties of Ordered Mesoporous SnO2
T Wagner, CD Kohl, M Fröba, M Tiemann
Sensors 6 (4), 318-323, 2006
992006
Photoreduction of Mesoporous In2O3: Mechanistic Model and Utility in Gas Sensing
T Wagner, CD Kohl, S Morandi, C Malagù, N Donato, M Latino, G Neri, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 18 (26), 8216-8223, 2012
852012
Ripening effects in ZnS nanoparticle growth
M Tiemann, F Marlow, J Hartikainen, Ö Weiss, M Lindén
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 112 (5), 1463-1467, 2008
802008
Synthesis of mesoporous metal oxides by structure replication: Strategies of impregnating porous matrices with metal salts
J Roggenbuck, T Waitz, M Tiemann
Microporous and mesoporous materials 113 (1-3), 575-582, 2008
782008
UV light-enhanced NO2 sensing by mesoporous In2O3: Interpretation of results by a new sensing model
T Wagner, CD Kohl, C Malagù, N Donato, M Latino, G Neri, M Tiemann
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 187, 488-494, 2013
762013
Gas sensor based on ordered mesoporous In2O3
T Wagner, T Sauerwald, CD Kohl, T Waitz, C Weidmann, M Tiemann
Thin Solid Films 517 (22), 6170-6175, 2009
762009
A new role of the surfactant in the synthesis of mesostructured phases: Dodecyl phosphate as template and reactant for aluminophosphates
M Fröba, M Tiemann
Chemistry of materials 10 (11), 3475-3483, 1998
671998
A high temperature capacitive humidity sensor based on mesoporous silica
T Wagner, S Krotzky, A Weiß, T Sauerwald, CD Kohl, J Roggenbuck, ...
Sensors 11 (3), 3135-3144, 2011
612011
Mesoporous aluminophosphate molecular sieves synthesized under nonaqueous conditions
M Tiemann, M Schulz, C Jäger, M Fröba
Chemistry of materials 13 (9), 2885-2891, 2001
592001
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