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Ole Swang

Senior Research Scientist

Ole Swang

Senior Research Scientist

Ole Swang
Phone: 982 43 934
Mobile: 982 43 934
Department: Materials and Nanotechnology
Office: Oslo

Publications and responsibilities

Publications

Publication

Desilication of SAPO-34: Reaction mechanisms from periodic DFT calculations

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1249035

With the aim of understanding the desilication of SAPO-34, we compared three different reaction mechanisms for the hydrolysis of framework silicon by use of density functional theory (DFT) calculations. All three mechanisms are characterized by stepwise hydrolyses of Si–O–Al bonds. In the most favor...

Authors Fjermestad Torstein Svelle Stian Swang Ole
Year 2015
Type Journal article
Publication

Mechanism of Si island formation in SAPO-34

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1249072

With the aim of understanding the Si island formation in SAPO-34, we have carried out a computational mechanistic study. Briefly, the Si island formation in SAPO-34 is explained by three successive reactions. First, the framework Si atom is removed from the framework through the action of four water...

Authors Fjermestad Torstein Svelle Stian Swang Ole
Year 2015
Type Journal article
Publication

Kinetics of Zeolite Dealumination: Insights from H-SSZ-13

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1307482

When zeolite catalysts are subjected to steam at high temperatures, a permanent loss of activity happens, because of the loss of aluminum from the framework. This dealumination is a complex process involving the hydrolysis of four Al–O bonds. This work addresses the dealumination from a theoretical ...

Authors Nielsen Malte Brogaard Rasmus Yding Falsig Hanne Beato Pablo Swang Ole Svelle Stian
Year 2015
Type Journal article
Publication

Loading metal-organic frameworks with aluminium

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1234705

We here demonstrate impregnation of metallic Al in MOFs; the highest loading was seen for UiO-67. The samples were analysed by TGA, ICP, DSC, BET and solid state NMR. ICP shows that the samples contain Al. 27Al NMR of Al@UiO-67 confirms that Al is present in metallic form. Surface area and pore volu...

Authors Langseth Eirin Heyn Richard H Cavka Jasmina Hafizovic Swang Ole Arstad Bjørnar Unneberg Erik Moxnes John Fredrik Jensen Tomas Lunde Kristensen Tor Erik
Year 2015
Type Presentation
Publication

Oxygen-promoted C-H bond activation at palladium

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1178793

...[Pd(P(Ar)(tBu)2)2] (1, Ar=naphthyl) reacts with molecular oxygen to form PdII hydroxide dimers in which the naphthyl ring is cyclometalated and one equivalent of phosphine per palladium atom is released. This reaction involves the cleavage of both CH and OO bonds, two transformations central to cata...

Authors Scheuermann Margaret Louise Boyce David W. Grice Kyle A. Kaminsky Werner Stoll Stefan Tolman William B. Swang Ole Goldberg Karen I.
Year 2014
Type Journal article
Publication

Mechanistic Comparison of the Dealumination in SSZ-13 and the Desilication in SAPO-34

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1087723

With the purpose of understanding the behavior of aluminosilicate zeolites and silicoaluminophosphates (SAPOs) in the presence of steam, we carried out a computational density functional theory (DFT) study on the desilication of SAPO-34. The mechanism studied was a stepwise hydrolysis of the four bo...

Authors Fjermestad Torstein Svelle Stian Swang Ole
Year 2013
Type Journal article
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