Browsing by Author Savva, Petros

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Jul-2015An alternative method for the catalytic removal of the ecotoxicity of pharmaceutical compoundsPantelidou, Nantia ; Theologidis, Christodoulos ; Olympiou, Georgios ; Savva, Petros ; Costa, Costas 
Mar-2012Catalytic elimination of the ecotoxicity of pharmaceutical compounds using O2/H2 mixturesPiskopianou, Charoula ; Pantelidou, Nantia ; Theologides, Christodoulos P. ; Olympiou, Georgios ; Savva, Petros ; Costa, Costas 
2012Catalytic properties of zeolitesCosta, Costas ; Savva, Petros ; Zorpas, Antonis A. 
1-Jan-2015Catalytic removal of pharmaceutical compounds in water medium under an H2 stream over various metal-supported catalysts: A promising processPantelidou, Nantia ; Theologidis, Christodoulos ; Olympiou, Georgios ; Savva, Petros ; Vasquez, Marlen ; Costa, Costas 
Jun-2013Catalytic removal of pharmaceutical compounds using O2/H2 MixturesPantelidou, Nantia ; Theologidis, Christodoulos ; Olympiou, Georgios ; Savva, Petros ; Costa, Costas 
Aug-2005Clean hydrogen production by ethylene decomposition over Ni supported on novel carbon nanotubesSavva, Petros ; Costa, Costas ; Ryzhkov, Vladislav ; Efstathiou, Angelos M. 
Nov-2013The effect of several parameters on catalytic denitrification of water by the use of H2 in the presence of O2 over metal supported catalystsTheologidis, Christodoulos ; Savva, Petros ; Olympiou, Georgios ; Pantelidou, Nantia ; Constantinou, B. K. ; Chatziiona, Vasiliki ; Valanidou, Lilian ; Piskopianou, Charoula ; Costa, Costas 
Jul-2004Hydrogen Production by Ethylene Decomposition over Ni Supported on Carbon NanotubesSavva, Petros ; Costa, Costas ; Efstathiou, Angelos M. 
Oct-2004Hydrogen Production by Ethylene Direct Decomposition over Ni supported on novel Carbon NanotubesSavva, Petros ; Olympiou, Giorgos ; Costa, Costas ; Ryzhkov, Vladislav ; Efstathiou, Angelos M. 
Aug-2007Low-Temperature H2-SCR of NO on a Novel Pt/MgO-CeO2 Catalyst: A Comprehensive Elucidation of Bifunctional CatalysisSavva, Petros ; Costa, Costas ; Efstathiou, Angelos M. 
Jul-2007The Mechanism of Reduction of NO with H2 in Strongly Oxidizing Conditions (H2-SCR) on a Novel Pt/MgO-CeO2 Catalyst: Effects of Reaction TemperatureSavva, Petros ; Costa, Costas ; Efstathiou, Angelos M. 
15-May-2017Mechanistic aspects (SSITKA-DRIFTS) of the catalytic denitrification of water with hydrogen on Pd-Cu supported catalystsTheologidis, Christodoulos ; Olympiou, Georgios G. ; Savva, Petros ; Kapnisis, Konstantinos ; Anayiotos, Andreas ; Costa, Costas 
2017The new concept of antimicrobial catalysis: disinfection of ships ballast waterTheologides, Christodoulos P. ; Theofilou, S. P. ; Savva, Petros ; Olympiou, Georgios ; Costa, Costas 
2012A novel catalyst Ag/MgO-CeO2-Al2O3 for the low-temperature ethanol- SCR of NO under lean de-NOx conditionsValanidou, Lilian ; Theologides, Christodoulos P. ; Olympiou, Georgios ; Savva, Petros ; Costa, Costas 
1-Jan-2014Novel catalytic and mechanistic studies on wastewater denitrification with hydrogenTheologidis, Christodoulos ; Olympiou, Georgios ; Savva, Petros ; Pantelidou, Nantia ; Constantinou, Barbara ; Chatziiona, Vasiliki ; Valanidou, Lilian ; Piskopianou, Charoula ; Costa, Costas 
Sep-2008Novel Selective Catalytic Reduction of NOx Using Hydrogen in Strongly Oxidizing Conditions (H2-SCR) at Low-Temperatures (120-250oC) for Stationary NOx ControlSavva, Petros ; Costa, Costas ; Efstathiou, Angelos M. 
Oct-2006Selective Catalytic Reduction of NOx with the Use of H2 at a Monolithic ReactorSavva, Petros ; Stathopoullos, V.N. ; Stournaras, C. ; Costa, Costas 
Jun-2007Towards the Development of a New Low-Temperature H2-SCR of NO Catalytic TechnologyCosta, Costas ; Savva, Petros ; Efstathiou, Angelos M. 
2014Μελέτη εκτίμησης περιβαλλοντικών επιπτώσεων από την ανέγερση και λειτουργία υποστηρικτικών υπηρεσιών στην διαδικασία εντοπισμού και ανόρυξης φυσικού αερίου και πετρελαίου στον Δήμο Αραδίππου/Καλού ΧωριούTheologides, Christodoulos P. ; Andreou, Costas ; Savva, Petros ; Charalambides, Alexandros G. ; Costa, Costas