Malgorzata Witko - Selected publications#

1. M. Witko, “Oxidation of hydrocarbons on transition metal oxides catalysts - Quantum chemical studies”, J. Mol. Catal., 70 (1991) 277-333 ( IF= 2.872)

2. Hermann, M. Witko, "Theory of physical and chemical behavior of transition metal oxides: Vanadium and molybdenum oxides", in "The Chemical Physics of Solid Surfaces", ed. P.D. Woodruff, Elsevier Sciences, Amsterdam, 2001, Vol. 9, Chapter 4, 136-198.

3. M. Szaleniec, C. Hagel, M. Menke, P. Nowak, M. Witko, J. Heider, “Kinetics and mechanism of oxygen-independent hydrocarbon hydroxylation by ethylbenzene dehydrogenase” , Biochemistry, 46(25) (2007) 7637-7646 (3.226)

4. D. Rutkowska-Zbik, R. Tokarz-Sobieraj, M. Witko, “Quantum chemical description of oxygen activation process on Co, Mn, and Mo porphyrins”, J. Chem. Theory Comput., 3 (2007) 914-920 (5.138)

5. R. Grybos, M. Witko, “Influence of anatase support on geometrical structure of vanadium oxide at varying temperatures and pressures. Periodic DFT study”, J. Phys. Chem. C, 111(11) (2007) 4216-4225 (4.524)

6. J. Goclon, R. Grybos, M. Witko, J. Hafner, “Oxygen vacancy formation on clean and hydroxylated low-index V2O5 surfaces: A density functional investigation”, Phys. Rev. B, 79 (2009) 07439 (3.774)

7. M. Szaleniec, T. Borowski, K. Schuhle, M. Witko, J. Heider, “Ab inito modeling of ethylbenzene dehydrogenase reaction mechanism”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 132 (2010) 6014-6024 (9.023)

8. K. Alexopoulos, P. Hejduk, M. Witko, M-F. Reyniers, G.B. Marin, “Theoretical study of the effect of (001) TiO2 anatase support on V2O5”, J. Phys. Chem. C, 114(7) (2010) 3115-3130 (4.524)

9. R. Tokarz-Sobieraj, R. Gryboś, M. Witko, "Electronic Structure of MoO2. DFT Periodic and Cluster Model Studies", Applied Catal. A , 391 (2011) 137-143 (3.384)

10. D. Duraczyńska, E.M. Serwicka, A. Drelinkiewicz, D. Rutkowska- Żbik, M. Witko, R. Socha, M. Zimowska, Z. Olejniczak, "Nanospace constraints in mesoporous silica carriers - a factor of critical importance in promoting the catalytic activity of supported ruthenium (II) complex with hemilabile phosphine ligand", Applied Catal. A: General, 427-428 (2012) 16-23 (3.384)
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