Handbook of research on chemoinformatics and chemical engineering /

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Other Authors: Haghi, A. K.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2010.
Series:Chemical engineering methods and technology.
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Table of Contents:
  • HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH ONCHEMOINFORMATICS AND CHEMICALENGINEERING; CONTENTS; PREFACE; ZRO2-TIN COMPOSITES; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE; 3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION; 3.1. Microstructures; 3.2. Mechanical Properties; 4. Conclusions; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; PHOTOACTIVITY OF SUSPENDED AND IMMOBILIZEDP-25 TIO2 NANOPARTICLES ON EXAMPLE OF DIAZOCONGO RED DYE DEGRADATION; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE; 2.1. Materials and Apparatus; 2.2. Photocatalytic Decolorization; 3. ANALYSIS OF DECOLORIZATION OF DIAZO CONGO RED DYE; 3.1. Adsorption Isotherm Studies.
  • 3.2. Photocatalytic degradation3.3. Analysis of Experimental Conditions for Photoreactor A; 3.4. Analysis of Experimental Conditions for Photoreactor B; 3.5. Decolorization Kinetics; 4. CONCLUSION; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; CHARACTERIZATION AND MONITORING OFDISSOLUTION OF METAL STRINGS; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE; 2.1. Characterization of Electric Guitar Strings; 2.2. Monitoring of Metal Ions Dissolution; 3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION; 3.1 Results of Characterization of Electric Guitar Strings; 3.2. Monitoring of Metal Ions Dissolution; 4. CONCLUSION; REFERENCES.
  • GREEN CHEMISTRY:ANEED OF THE DAYPRINCIPLES OF GREEN CHEMISTRY; 1. Prevention of Waste; 2. Maximum Incorporation of all Materials used in the Process into FinalProduct; 3. Prevention of Minimization of Hazardous Products; 4. Designing Safer Chemicals; 5. Safer Solvents and Auxiliaries; 6. Design for Energy Efficiency; 7. Use of Renewable Feedstock; 8. Reduction of Derivatization; 9. Use of Catalyst; 10. Designed Product should be Biodegradable; 11. Designing Safer Manufacturing Plant; 12. Strengthening of Analytical Techniques; SOME GREEN CHEMICAL REACTIONS; 1. Aqueous Phase Reactions.
  • 2. Solid Phase Organic SynthesisSOME OTHER GREEN PATHWAYS; WATER; IONIC LIQUIDS AS GREEN SOLVENTS FOR THE FUTURE; SIMPLE ROOM TEMPERATURE IONIC LIQUIDS; DESIGNER SOLVENTS FOR A CLEANER WORLD; NEUTRAL IONIC LIQUIDS; APPLICATIONS; GREEN REAGENT; GREEN CATALYST; REFERENCES; ADVANCES IN DOWNDRAFT BIOMASS GASIFICATION; 1. ENERGY RESOURCES; 2. BIOENERGY; 3. BIOMASS CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES; 4. BIOMASS GASIFICATION; 4.1 Drying; 4.2 Pyrolysis; 4.3 Combustion; 4.4 Reduction; 5. EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON DOWNDRAFT BIOMASSGASIFICATION; 6. EXPERIMENTAL SETUP AND PROCEDURE; 6.1 Experimental Setup.
  • 6.2 Experimental Procedure7. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION; 7.1 Biomass Characteristics; 7.2 Biomass Gasification; 7.3 Effect of Moisture Content; 7.4 Effect of Air Flow Rate; 7.5 Performance Evaluation of Biomass Gasifier; REFERENCES; ADVANCES IN OPTIMIZATION AND SIMULATION OFLOW DENSITY POLYETHYLENE (LDPE) TUBULARREACTOR; 1. LOW DENSITY POLYETHYLENE TUBULAR REACTOR; 2. SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION; 3. SIMULATION AND PARAMETRIC ESTIMATION USING DIFFERENTIALEVOLUTION; 3.1 Effect of Feed and Jacket Temperature on the Reactor Performance.