A. Van den Bogaert, D. Havaux, K. Binnemans, T. Van Gerven, Photochemical recovery of europium from rare-earth mixtures Green Chemistry 17, 2180–2187 (2015).
B. Van den Bogaert, D. Havaux, K. Binnemans, and T. Van Gerven, “Photochemical recycling of europium from Eu/Y mixtures in red lamp phosphor waste streams,” Green Chem., vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 2180–2187, 2015.
J. Jordens, N. De Coker, B. Gielen, T. Van Gerven, and L. Braeken, “Ultrasound precipitation of manganese carbonate: The effect of power and frequency on particle properties,” Ultrason. Sonochem., vol. 26, 2015.
S. Van Loy, K. Binnemans, and T. Van Gerven, “Recycling of rare earths from lamp phosphor waste: Enhanced dissolution of LaPO4:Ce3+,Tb3+ by mechanical activation,” J. Clean. Prod., vol. 156, pp. 226–234, 2017.
M. E. Leblebici, B. Van den Bogaert, G. D. Stefanidis, and T. Van Gerven, “Efficiency vs. productivity in photoreactors, a case study on photochemical separation of Eu,” Chem. Eng. J., vol. 310, pp. 240–248, 2017.
X. Christos, R. Norbert, S. Guido, and S. G. D., “Furfural Synthesis from d‐Xylose in the Presence of Sodium Chloride: Microwave versus Conventional Heating,” ChemSusChem, vol. 9, no. 16, pp. 2159–2166, Aug. 2016.
C.Xiouras, J. Van Aeken, J. Panis, J. H. Ter Horst, T. Van Gerven, and G. D. Stefanidis, “Attrition-Enhanced Deracemization of NaClO3: Comparison between Ultrasonic and Abrasive Grinding,” Cryst. Growth Des., vol. 15, no. 11, pp. 5476–5484, Nov. 2015.
M. E. Leblebici, S. Kuhn, G. D. Stefanidis, and T. Van Gerven, “Milli-channel mixer and phase separator for solvent extraction of rare earth elements,” Chem. Eng. J., vol. 293, pp. 273–280, 2016.
J. J. John, S. Kuhn, L. Braeken, and T. Van Gerven, “Effect of fluid properties on ultrasound assisted liquid-liquid extraction in a microchannel,” Ultrason. Sonochem., vol. 42, pp. 68–75, 2018.
Welcome to SIM² KU Leuven
SIM² KU Leuven is a leading, interdisciplinary research cluster at KU Leuven uniting the research groups working on Sustainable Inorganic Materials Management. SIM² KU Leuven’s mission is to develop, organise and implement problem-driven, science-deep research and future-oriented education, contributing to the environmentally friendly production and recycling of metals, minerals and engineered materials within a circular-economy context