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"Green Chemistry has evolved in response to several environmental issues in the second half of the last century, mostly due to the almost freely expanding chemical, petrochemical, and pharmaceutical industries. During the past two decades Green Chemistry grew rapidly and we can now consider this area as a mature and powerful field. Tremendous development has taken place in many important areas including renewable energy and resources, reaction environments, catalysis, synthesis, chemical biology, green materials, in situ monitoring and facile recycling. The combination of Green Chemistry with engineering, biology, toxicology, and physics will lead to novel interdisciplinary systems, which can now lift Green Chemistry to the next, advanced level. The editors of this book have assembled as authors among the best specialists of this growing area of research. This collection of reviews and perspectives provides an exciting vision of the more recent developments in Green Chemistry. It illustrates the breath of the field and its role to address environmental issues. This volume will serve as a book of reference showing a panoramic view of the field and a preview of its future direction as well as a book of inspiration for those aiming to further advance its frontiers."-- Provided by publisher.
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xix, 1293 pages ; 24 cm
In this Completely Revised and Extended Edition with a significantly enhanced printed content, all Chapters have been updated considering relevant literature and recent developments until 2015 together with application oriented examples with a focus on Industrial Biocatalysis. Newly treated topics comprise among others systems metabolic engineering approaches, metagenome screening, new tools for pathway engineering, and de-novo computational design as actual research areas in biocatalysis. Information about different aspects of RNA technologies, and completely new Chapters on 'Fluorescent Proteins' and 'Biocatalysis and Nanotechnology' are also included.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781783269082 20171121
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  • Chapter 1: Introduction M. R. Riazi and David Chiaramonti Chapter 2: Chemistry and Nature of Biofuels M. Joana Neiva Correia, M. Margarida Mateus, and M. Cristina Fernandes Chapter 3: Data on Biofuels Production, Trade and Demand D. Thran, E. Billig, K. Naumann, K. Oehmichen, D. Pfeiffer, and, K. Zech Chapter 4: Physiochemical Properties of Biofuels B. Brian He and Zhidan Liu Chapter 5: Raw Materials for Biofuels Production Jasvinder Singh and Jayati Trivedi Chapter 6: Biofuels Production Processes and Technologies Franziska Muller-Langer, Marco Klemm, and Jens Schneider Chapter 7: Biofuels Characterization and Standards Methods for Quality Control M. Di Serio, R. Turco, R. Vitiello, and R. Tesser Chapter 8: Production of Bio-Oil Kevin M. Van Geem, Ismael Amghizar, Florence Vermeire, and Ruben De Bruycker Chapter 9: Biodiesel Fuels: Properties and Quality Paolo Bondioli Chapter 10: Feasible Processes for Continuous Biodiesel Production from Multi-Feedstocks Naomi Shibasaki-Kitakawa and Toshikuni Yonemoto Chapter 11: Aviation Biofuels: Processes, Opportunities, Constraints and Perspectives D. Chiaramonti and L.A. Horta Nogueira Chapter 12: Liquid Hydrocarbon Biofuels from Lipids Alexander Asiedu and Sandeep Kumar Chapter 13: Alcohol Fuels: The Biochemical Route Elia Tomas-Pejo, Antonio D. Moreno, E Tomas-Pejo, and A.D. Moreno Chapter 14: Alcohol Fuels: The Thermochemical Route Gnouyaro P. Assima, Ingrid Zamboni, and Jean-Michel Lavoie Chapter 15: Production of Biogas and BioH2 - Biochemical Methods N. Lapa, E. Surra, I. A. A. C. Esteves, R. P. P. L. Ribeiro, and J. P. B. Mota Chapter 16: Production of Substitute Natural Gas: Thermochemical Methods J. Karl and M. Neubert Chapter 17: Biogas Production from Biomass Wastes Juan A. Melero, Fernando Martinez, Raul Molina, Yolanda Segura, and Daniel Puyol Chapter 18: Advances in Catalysts for Liquid Biofuels Production Processes V. Russo, R. Tesser, and M. Di Serio Chapter 19: Biorefineries: Biofuels, Biochemicals and Bioproducts Isabella De Bari, Daniela Cuna, and Nicola Di Fidio Chapter 20: Engine Performance: Biofuels vs Petrofuels Roberto Guimaraes Pereira, Oscar Edwin Piamba Tulcan, and Carlos Eduardo Fellows Chapter 21: Life Cycle Assessment of Biofuel Production Yolanda Lechon and Cristina de la Rua Lope Chapter 22: Economical Assessment of Biofuel Production Bruce McCarl, Jason Jones, Montalee Kapilakanchana, Guannan Zhao, and Zidong Wang Chapter 23: Economic Assessment for Biodiesel Production Jorge M. Marchetti and Mangesh R. Avhad Chapter 24: Future Trends and Outlook in Biofuels Production Arnaldo Walter.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138746152 20171218
  • Chapter 1 Introduction: Biofuel Production and Processing Technology M.R. Riazi and David Chiaramonti Chapter 2 Chemistry and Nature of Biofuels Maria Joana Neiva Correia, M. Margarida Mateus, and Maria Cristina Fernandes Chapter 3 Data on Biofuels Production, Trade, and Demand Daniela Thran, K. Naumann, E. Billig, M. Millinger, K. Oehmichen, D. Pfeiffer, and K. Zech Chapter 4 Physicochemical Properties of Biofuels B. Brian He and Zhidan Liu Chapter 5 Raw Materials for Biofuels Production Jasvinder Singh and Jayati Trivedi Chapter 6 Biofuels Production Processes and Technologies Franziska Muller-Langer, Marco Klemm, and Jens Schneider Chapter 7 Biofuels Characterization and Standard Methods for Quality Control Martino Di Serio, Rosa Turco, Rosa Vitiello, and Riccardo Tesser Chapter 8 Production of Bio-Oil Kevin M. Van Geem, Ismael Amghizar, Florence Vermeire, and Ruben De Bruycker Chapter 9 Biodiesel Fuels: Properties and Quality Paolo Bondioli Chapter 10 Feasible Processes for Continuous Biodiesel Production from Multi-Feedstocks Naomi Shibasaki-Kitakawa and Toshikuni Yonemoto Chapter 11 Aviation Biofuels: Processes, Opportunities, Constraints, and Perspectives David Chiaramonti and Luiz A. Horta Nogueira Chapter 12 Liquid Hydrocarbon Biofuels from Lipids Alexander Asiedu and Sandeep Kumar Chapter 13 Alcohol Fuels: The Biochemical Route Elia Tomas-Pejo and Antonio D. Moreno Chapter 14 Alcohol Fuels: The Thermochemical Route Gnouyaro P. Assima, Ingrid Zamboni, and Jean-Michel Lavoie Chapter 15 Production of Biogas and bioH2: Biochemical Methods Nuno Lapa, Elena Surra, Isabel A.A.C. Esteves, Rui P.P.L. Ribeiro, and Jose P.B. Mota Chapter 16 Production of Substitute Natural Gas: Thermochemical Methods Jurgen Karl and Michael Neubert Chapter 17 Biogas Production from Biomass Wastes Juan Antonio Melero, Fernando Martinez, Raul Molina, Yolanda Segura, and Daniel Puyol Chapter 18 Advances in Catalysts for Liquid Biofuel Production Processes Vincenzo Russo, Riccardo Tesser, and Martino Di Serio Chapter 19 Biorefineries: Biofuels, Biochemicals, and Bioproducts Isabella De Bari, Daniela Cuna, and Nicola Di Fidio Chapter 20 Engine Performance: Biofuels versus Petrofuels Roberto Guimaraes Pereira, Oscar Edwin Piamba Tulcan, and Carlos Eduardo Fellows Chapter 21 Life Cycle Assessment of Biofuel Production Cristina de la Rua Lope and Yolanda Lechon Chapter 22 Economical Assessment of Biofuel Production B.A. McCarl, J.P.H. Jones, M. Kapilakanchana, M.Z. Wang, and G. Zhao Chapter 23 Economic Assessment of Biodiesel Production Jorge Mario Marchetti and Mangesh R. Avhad Chapter 24 Future Trends and Outlook in Biofuels Production Arnaldo Walter.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498778930 20171218
The importance of biofuels in greening the transport sector in the future is unquestionable, given the limited available fossil energy resources, the environmental issues associated to the utilization of fossil fuels, and the increasing attention to security of supply. This comprehensive reference presents the latest technology in all aspects of biofuels production, processing, properties, raw materials, and related economic and environmental aspects. Presenting the application of methods and technology with minimum math and theory, it compiles a wide range of topics not usually covered in one single book. It discusses development of new catalysts, reactors, controllers, simulators, online analyzers, and waste minimization as well as design and operational aspects of processing units and financial and economic aspects. The book rounds out by describing properties, specifications, and quality of various biofuel products and new advances and trends towards future technology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138746152 20171218
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1 online resource
  • What Are Bionanocomposites? / Agathe Urvoas, Marie Valerio-Lepiniec, Philippe Minard, Cordt Zollfrank
  • Molecular Architecture of Living Matter. Nucleic Acids / Enora Prado, Mónika Ádok-Sipiczki, Corinne Nardin
  • Lipids / Carole Aimé, Thibaud Coradin
  • Carbohydrates / Mirjam Czjzek
  • Proteins / Stéphane Romero, François-Xavier Campbell-Valois
  • Functional Biomolecular Engineering. Nucleic Acid Engineering / Enora Prado, Mónika Ádok-Sipiczki, Corinne Nardin
  • Protein Engineering / Agathe Urvoas, Marie Valerio-Lepiniec, Philippe Minard
  • The Composite Approach. Inorganic Nanoparticles / Carole Aimé, Thibaud Coradin
  • Hybrid Particles / Nikola Ž Knežević, Laurence Raehm, Jean-Olivier Durand
  • Biocomposites from Nanoparticles / Carole Aimé, Thibaud Coradin
  • Applications. Optical Properties / Cordt Zollfrank, Daniel Opdenbosch
  • Magnetic Bionanocomposites / Wei Li, Yuehan Wu, Xiaogang Luo, Shilin Liu
  • Mechanical Properties of Natural Biopolymer Nanocomposites / Biqiong Chen
  • Bionanocomposite Materials for Biocatalytic Applications / Sarah Christoph, Francisco M Fernandes
  • Nanocomposite Biomaterials / Gisela Solange Alvarez, Martín Federico Desimone
  • A Combination of Characterization Techniques / Carole Aimé, Thibaud Coradin.
Beginning with a general overview of nanocomposites, Bionanocomposites: Integrating Biological Processes for Bio-inspired Nanotechnologies details the systems available in nature (nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids) that can be integrated within suitable inorganic matrices for specific applications. Describing the relationship between architecture, hierarchy and function, this book aims at pointing out how bio-systems can be key components of nanocomposites. The text then reviews the design principles, structures, functions and applications of bionanocomposites. It also includes a section presenting related technical methods to help readers identify and understand the most widely used analytical tools such as mass spectrometry, calorimetry, and impedance spectroscopy, among others.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118942222 20170807
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1 online resource.
  • Bio-Based Graft Copolymers For Toxic Ion RemovalChemically Modified Biopoplymers For Antimicrobial ApplicationsStarch Based Graft Copolymer For Toxic IonBio-Based Graft Copolymers For Controlling Bleeding During Neurosurgical ProceduresBio-Based Polymers For Application As Novel Polymeric Material As FlocculantChitosan Based Graft Copolymer For Organic Persistent Pollutants RemovalUse Of Bio-Polymers Derivatives In Recovery ProcessesBiopolymers For Biomedical ApplicationsGraft Co-Cpolymers In Antimicrobial ApplicationsBiopolymers For Application As AdsorbentRecent Application Of Amphiphilic Starch-Based Graft CopolymersCellulose-Based Graft Copolymers: Structure, And ApplicationIntelligent Responsive Copolymers Based On Renewable Materials: Structure And ApplicationsSurface Grafting Of Bio-Based NanowhiskersBio-Based Nanograft Copolymers: ApplicationsSulfonyl-Terminated Bio-Polymer-Grafted- Magnetic Nanoparticles For The Controlled Delivery Of MedicinesGrafting Of Biopolymer Derivatives By Cuaac Click ChemistryBipyridine End-Functionalized Biopolymer: Advances And Applications.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780128104620 20171204
Biopolymer Grafting: Applicationsã presents the latest research and developments in the practical application of these methods in industry, both to enable polymer scientists and engineers to keep up with the latest research trends, as well as to propose ideas for further research and application. Research into bio-based polymers has become increasingly prevalent. However, due to challenges related to the properties of these materials compared to synthetic polymers-such as their resistance to chemicals or weather-uptake has not dramatically increased yet. As a result, improvements in surface modification of bio-polymers through graft copolymerization are enormously important, because they will widen the scope of their applications. Relevant industries for application of these methods include automotive, construction, food, packaging, agriculture, textiles and paper. This book provides an overview of the developments made in the area of biopolymer-based graft polymers. Advantages, disadvantages and suggestions for future works are discussed, assisting materials scientists and researchers in mapping out the future of these new "green" materials through value addition to enhance their use.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780128104620 20171204
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1 online resource (176 p.) : ill. (chiefly col.)
"Sensors for measuring and detecting chemical and biological substances are comprehensively used and are, for the most part, unobtrusive. They can help monitor our health through alerting us to chemical or biological changes in our bodies, our environment through checking air quality or pollution levels and they can contribute towards a more sustainable future. Polymer-based sensors are the subject of much attention due to their ability to collect molecules on their flexible sensory surfaces. However, most petroleum-based polymers are not renewable, leading to problems of waste-disposal. By using renewable materials, such as paper, cotton or starch, these problems can be overcome. This book reviews the current state-of-play in renewable-material-based chemical sensors and biosensors, and suggests applications in industry, environment and biomedicine."--Publisher's website.
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1 online resource.
  • 1. Introduction 2. Measurement and Analysis 3. Experimental Planning 4. Electric Circuits Basics 5. Pressure 6. Temperature 7. Fluid Metering 8. Physicochemical Analysis 9. Gas and Liquid Concentration 10. Analysis of Solids and Powders (reorganization).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780444640383 20171211
Experimental Methods and Instrumentation for Chemical Engineers, Second Edition, touches many aspects of engineering practice, research, and statistics. The principles of unit operations, transport phenomena, and plant design constitute the focus of chemical engineering in the latter years of the curricula. Experimental methods and instrumentation is the precursor to these subjects. This resource integrates these concepts with statistics and uncertainty analysis to define what is necessary to measure and to control, how precisely and how often. The completely updated second edition is divided into several themes related to data: metrology, notions of statistics, and design of experiments. The book then covers basic principles of sensing devices, with a brand new chapter covering force and mass, followed by pressure, temperature, flow rate, and physico-chemical properties. It continues with chapters that describe how to measure gas and liquid concentrations, how to characterize solids, and finally a new chapter on spectroscopic techniques such as UV/Vis, IR, XRD, XPS, NMR, and XAS. Throughout the book, the author integrates the concepts of uncertainty, along with a historical context and practical examples.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780444640383 20171211
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xvii, 786 pages ; 26 cm.
  • Preface Part I: Macroscopic Fluid Mechanics Chapter 1: Introduction to Fluid Mechanics Chapter 2: Mass, Energy, and Momentum Balances Chapter 3: Fluid Friction in Pipes Chapter 4: Flow in Chemical Engineering Equipment Part II: Microscopic Fluid Mechanics Chapter 5: Differential Equations of Fluid Mechanics Chapter 6: Solution of Viscous-Flow Problems Chapter 7: Laplace's Equation, Irrotational and Porous-Media Flows Chapter 8: Boundary-Layer and Other Nearly Unidirectional Flows Chapter 9: Turbulent Flow Chapter 10: Bubble Motion, Two-Phase Flow, and Fluidization Chapter 11: Non-Newtonian Fluids Chapter 12: Microfluidics and Electrokinetic Flow Effects Chapter 13: An Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics and ANSYS Fluent Chapter 14: COMSOL Multiphysics for Solving Fluid Mechanics Problems Appendix A: Useful Mathematical Relationships Appendix B: Answers to the True/False Assertions Appendix C: Some Vector and Tensor Operations General Index COMSOL Multiphysics Index The Authors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780134712826 20171017
The Chemical Engineer's Practical Guide to Fluid Mechanics: Now Includes COMSOL Multiphysics 5 Since most chemical processing applications are conducted either partially or totally in the fluid phase, chemical engineers need mastery of fluid mechanics. Such knowledge is especially valuable in the biochemical, chemical, energy, fermentation, materials, mining, petroleum, pharmaceuticals, polymer, and waste-processing industries. Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineers: with Microfluidics, CFD, and COMSOL Multiphysics 5, Third Edition, systematically introduces fluid mechanics from the perspective of the chemical engineer who must understand actual physical behavior and solve real-world problems. Building on the book that earned Choice Magazine's Outstanding Academic Title award, this edition also thoroughly introduces the popular COMSOL Multiphysics 5 software. This third edition contains extensive coverage of both microfluidics and computational fluid dynamics, systematically demonstrating CFD through detailed examples using COMSOL Multiphysics 5 and ANSYS Fluent. The chapter on turbulence now presents valuable CFD techniques to investigate practical situations such as turbulent mixing and recirculating flows. Part I offers a clear, succinct, easy-to-follow introduction to macroscopic fluid mechanics, including physical properties; hydrostatics; basic rate laws; and fundamental principles of flow through equipment. Part II turns to microscopic fluid mechanics. Differential equations of fluid mechanicsViscous-flow problems, some including polymer processingLaplace's equation, irrotational, and porous-media flowsNearly unidirectional flows, from boundary layers to lubrication, calendering, and thin-film applicationsTurbulent flows, showing how the k/ε method extends conventional mixing-length theoryBubble motion, two-phase flow, and fluidizationNon-Newtonian fluids, including inelastic and viscoelastic fluidsMicrofluidics and electrokinetic flow effects including electroosmosis, electrophoresis, streaming potentials, and electroosmotic switchingComputational fluid mechanics with ANSYS Fluent and COMSOL Multiphysics Nearly 100 completely worked practical examples include ten new COMSOL 5 examples: boundary layer flow, non-Newtonian flow, jet flow, lathe flow, lubrication, momentum diffusion, turbulent flow, and others. More than 300 end-of-chapter problems of varying complexity are presented, including several from University of Cambridge exams. The author covers all material needed for the fluid mechanics portion of the professional engineer's exam.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780134712826 20171017
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  • ""Front Cover""; ""GREEN CHEMISTRY""; ""GREEN CHEMISTRY: AN INCLUSIVE APPROACH""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""List of Contributors""; ""Preface""; ""1
  • INTRODUCTION""; ""1.1
  • Green Chemistry: Historical Perspectives and Basic Concepts""; ""1.1.1 EMERGENCE OF GREEN CHEMISTRY""; ""1.1.2 SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION OF COMMODITIES: PRINCIPLES AND BASIC CONCEPTS""; ""1.1.2.1 Principles of Green Chemistry""; ""1.1.2.2 Principles of Green Engineering""; ""1.1.3 GREEN CHEMISTRY AND THE ENVIRONMENT""; ""1.1.4 REGULATORY AGENCIES""; ""1.1.4.1 International: The United Nations""
  • ""1.1.4.2 International: International Organization for Standardization""""1.1.4.3 United States""; ""1.1.4.4 Canada""; ""1.1.4.5 European Union""; ""1.1.4.6 Russia""; ""1.1.4.7 China""; ""1.1.4.8 India""; ""1.1.4.9 Japan""; ""1.1.4.10 Australia""; ""1.1.5 CLOSING THOUGHTS""; ""PROBLEMS""; ""Recommended Reading""; ""2
  • CHEMICAL ISSUES OF MODERN SOCIETY""; ""2.1
  • Environmental Chemistry, Renewable Energy, and Global Policy""; ""2.1.1 INTRODUCTION""; ""2.1.2 ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES""; ""2.1.2.1 Challenges by Air""; ""2.1.2.2 Challenges by Sea""; ""2.1.2.3 Challenges by Land""
  • ""2.1.3 TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY""""2.1.3.1 Toxicology""; ""2.1.3.2 Soil Chemistry""; ""2.1.3.3 Atmospheric Chemistry""; ""2.1.3.4 Water Pollution""; ""2.1.3.5 Emerging Contaminants""; ""2.1.3.6 Energy""; ""2.1.3.6.1 Solar""; ""2.1.3.6.2 Organic Fuels""; ""2.1.3.6.3 Wind""; ""2.1.3.6.4 Geothermal""; ""2.1.3.6.5 Nuclear""; ""2.1.3.7 Environmental Policy""; ""2.1.4 CONCLUSIONS""; ""PROBLEMS""; ""Recommended Reading""; ""2.2
  • Sustainable Synthesis""; ""2.2.1 CATALYSIS""; ""2.2.1.1 Homogeneous Catalysis""; ""2.2.1.1.1 Homogeneous Catalysis by Metal Complexes""
  • ""2.2.1.1.2 Catalysis by Soluble Acids and Bases""""2.2.1.1.3 Organocatalysis""; ""2.2.1.2 Heterogeneous Catalysis""; ""2.2.1.2.1 Metal Catalytic Processes""; ""2.2.1.2.2 Catalysis by Solid Nonmetal Catalysts: Metal Oxides, Solid Acids, Bases, and Surface-Bound Organocatalysts""; ""2.2.1.2.3 Nanoparticle Catalysis""; ""2.2.1.3 Phase Transfer Catalysis""; ""2.2.1.4 Biocatalysis""; ""2.2.2 SOLVENTS""; ""2.2.2.1 Organic Solvents""; ""2.2.2.2 Reactions in Aqueous Medium""; ""2.2.2.3 Supercritical Fluids""; ""2.2.2.4 Ionic Liquids""; ""2.2.2.5 Solvent-Free Reactions""
  • ""2.2.3 ACTIVATION AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF CHEMICAL PROCESSES""""2.2.3.1 Microwave-Assisted Organic Synthesis""; ""2.2.3.2 Ultrasonic Activation""; ""2.2.3.3 Photochemical Activation""; ""2.2.3.4 Electrochemical Activation""; ""2.2.4 CONCLUSIONS""; ""PROBLEMS""; ""Recommended Reading""; ""2.3
  • Integrating the Principles of Toxicology Into a Chemistry Curriculum""; ""2.3.1 AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PRINCIPLES OF TOXICOLOGY""; ""2.3.2 CURRENT STATUS OF TOXICOLOGY IN GREEN CHEMISTRY""; ""2.3.3 CURRENT STATUS OF TOXICOLOGY IN THE CHEMISTRY CURRICULUM""
Green Chemistry: An Inclusive Approach provides a broad overview of green chemistry for researchers from either an environmental science or chemistry background, starting at a more elementary level, incorporating more advanced concepts, and including more chemistry as the book progresses. Every chapter includes recent, state-of-the-art references, in particular, review articles, to introduce researchers to this field of interest and provide them with information that can be easily built upon. By bringing together experts in multiple subdisciplines of green chemistry, the editors have curated a single central resource for an introduction to the discipline as a whole. Topics include a broad array of research fields, including the chemistry of Earth's atmosphere, water and soil, the synthesis of fine chemicals, and sections on pharmaceuticals, plastics, energy related issues (energy storage, fuel cells, solar, and wind energy conversion etc., greenhouse gases and their handling, chemical toxicology issues of everyday products (from perfumes to detergents or clothing), and environmental policy issues.
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1 online resource.
  • Front Cover; Hydrogen Electrochemical Production; Copyright Page; Contents; About the Editor; About the Authors; 1 Hydrogen Electrochemical Production; 1.1 Introduction; 2 Hydrogen Production From Thermal Reforming; 2.1 Production From Hydrocarbons; 2.2 Production From Ethanol; 2.3 Advantages and Disadvantages; 3 Hydrogen Production From Water Electrolysis; 3.1 Thermodynamics of Water Electrolysis; 3.2 Kinetic Aspects of Water Electrolysis; 3.3 Acidic Water Electrolysis; 3.3.1 Electrodes Materials; 3.3.1.1 Anodic Electrode Materials; 3.3.1.1.1 Physicochemical Analysis
  • 3.3.1.1.2 Electrochemical Behavior3.3.1.2 Cathodic Electrode Materials; 3.3.1.2.1 Physicochemical Analysis; 3.3.1.2.2 Electrochemical Behavior; 3.3.2 Electrolyte/PEM; 3.3.3 Cell Performances; 3.4 Alkaline Water Electrolysis; 3.4.1 Electrolyte/Diaphragm; 3.4.2 Electrode Materials; 3.4.3 Cell Performances; 3.5 High temperature water Electrolysis; 3.6 Limitations and Perspectives of Water Electrolysis; 4 Hydrogen Production From Biomass Electroreforming; 4.1 Hydrogen Reforming from Alcohols/Polyols; 4.1.1 Thermodynamic of Alcohols/Polyols; 4.1.2 Electrocatalytic Aspects
  • 4.1.3 Electrode Materials4.1.3.1 Methanol and Ethanol; 4.1.3.2 Ethylene Glycol and Glycerol; 4.1.4 Cell Performances; 4.2 Saccharide Reforming; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; Index; Back Cover
Hydrogen Electrochemical Production presents different avenues of hydrogen production for energy applications, including current developments and future perspectives, using an interdisciplinary approach. Part of the Hydrogen Energy and Fuel Cell Primers series, the volume synthesizes information from many sources, making it a useful reference for industry professionals, researchers and graduate students. The book examines various methods, explaining their advantages and limitations. The water electrolysis reaction and systems are explored from different points of view, including an assessment of state-of-the-art technologies. Alternatives to water for feeding the electrolysis cell anode and for electrochemical hydrogen production (such as alcohol or other compounds from biomass) are discussed.
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1 online resource (384 pages)
  • Membrane Reactors for Hydrogen Production-- Chemical Looping for Hydrogen Production and Purification-- Oxidative Coupling of Methane in Membrane Reactors-- Ultrathin and Thin Film Pd/Ag Membranes for Hydrogen Production-- Polarization and CO-inhibition in Pd-based Membranes and Membrane Reactors-- Pd-based Membranes in Hydrogen Production: Long-term Stability and Contaminant Effects-- Membrane Processes for Pure Hydrogen Production from Biomass-- Membrane-assisted Syngas Production for Gas-to-Liquid Processes-- Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conducting Membranes for Hydrogen Separation-- Inorganic Membranes for Gas Separation.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781788010443 20171211
Elaborating on recent and future developments in the field of membrane engineering, Volume 2 is devoted to the main advances in gaseous phase membrane reactors and separators. The book covers innovative membranes and new processes, and includes new chapters on cost analysis and life cycle assessment. Together with Volume 1, these books form an innovative reference work on membrane engineering and technology in the field of gas separation and gaseous phase membrane reactors.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781788010443 20171211
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1 online resource.
Methanol: Science and Engineering provides a comprehensive review of the chemistry, properties, and current and potential uses and applications of methanol. Divided into four parts, the book begins with a detailed account of current production methods and their economics. The second part deals with the applications of methanol, providing useful insights into future applications. Modeling of the various reactor systems is covered in the next section, with final discussions in the book focusing on the economic and environmental impact of this chemical. Users will find this to be a must-have resource for all researchers and engineers studying alternative energy sources.
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1 online resource (312 p.) : ill. (some col.).
"This book gives comprehensive information on the design, preparation and application of organic-inorganic composite membranes that are used for molecular separation. Various membrane types with different materials are highlighted, including polymer/ceramic composite membranes, mixed matrix membranes, metal-organic frameworks membranes and graphene-based membranes. Physical and chemical properties, morphologies, interfacial behaviors, transport characteristics and separation performance of the organic-inorganic composite membranes are thoroughly discussed based on advanced characterization techniques. Meanwhile, the book contains several typical applications of the membranes in fields such as bio-fuels production, organic compounds recovery, solvent dehydration, carbon dioxide capture and others. In addition, large-scale production and industrial implementation of the organic-inorganic composite membranes are briefly introduced."--Publisher's website.
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1 online resource.
  • 1. Polyaniline based blends, composites and nanocomposites: State of Art, New Challenges and Opportunities 2. Polyaniline: Structure and properties relationship 3. Modification of Polyaniline 4. Reinforcements and Characterization of carbon-based Polyaniline composites 5. Nano/micro sized polyaniline materials based blends and composites 6. Polyaniline nano/micro materials based blends and composites 7. Nano and Micro patterning of Polyaniline 8. Polyaniline based blends: thermoplastic and thermoset 9. Polyaniline based blends: natural rubber and synthetic rubber 10. Polyaniline based composites and nanocomposites 11. Characterization of Polyaniline based blends, composites and nanocomposites 12. Polyaniline/natural polymers composites and nanocomposites 13. Biomedical application of Polyaniline based blends, composites and nanocomposites 14. Applications of Polyaniline based blends, composites and nanocomposites 15. Other applications of Polyaniline based blends, composites and nanocomposites.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780128095515 20171211
Polyaniline Blends, Composites, and Nanocomposites summarizes recent advances in polyaniline-based blends, composites and nanocomposites. Polyaniline (PANI) is a conducting polymer with a range of potential applications, particularly in electronics and packaging. The book covers the preparation, characterization and application of PANI-based composites, including the structure-property relationship and modification of PANI. It offers an in-depth update on the major findings and observations in the field of polyaniline-based blends, composites and nanocomposites, with contributions from leading researchers in industry, academia, government and private research institutions worldwide. The book is an application-oriented, practical guide to the development and application of this polymeric material. The book includes discussion of reinforcement of polyaniline via addition of carbon-based materials, blends with thermoplastics, thermosets, natural and synthetic rubber, and polyaniline based composites and nanocomposites, with an emphasis on enabling polymer scientists and engineers to more effectively utilize this material in new applications.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780128095515 20171211
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1 online resource.
  • Introduction.- Experimental Approach 35.- Numerical Approach.- Laminar flame speed of lean premixed H2/CO/air flames 71.- Extinction limit of lean premixed H2/CO/air flames.- Lower flammability limit of H2/CO mixtures.- Dilution effect on the propagation and extinction of lean premixed syngas/air flames 139.- Conclusion and recommendation.- Nomenclature.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811046148 20170925
This thesis presents pioneering experimental and numerical studies on three aspects of the combustion characteristics of lean premixed syngas/air flames, namely the laminar flame speed, extinction limit and flammability limit. It illustrates a new extinction exponent concept, which enriches the combustion theory. Above all, the book provides the following: a) a series of carefully measured data and theoretical analyses to reveal the intrinsic mechanisms of the fuel composition effect on the propagation and extinction of lean syngas/air flames; b) a mixing model and correlation to predict the laminar flame speed of multi-component syngas fuels, intended for engineering computations; c) a new "extinction exponent" concept to describe the critical effects of chemical kinetics on the extinction of lean premixed syngas/air flames; and d) the effects and mechanism of the dilution of incombustible components on lean premixed syngas/air flames and the preferential importance among the thermal, chemical and diffusion effects.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811046148 20170925
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1 online resource (xi, 350 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • 1. Protein Engineering - Past, Present, and Future Stefan Lutz and Samantha M. Iamurri Part I 2. (Semi)rational Protein Design Ivan V. Korendovych 3. Computational Analysis of Protein Tunnels and Channels Jan Brezovsky, Barbora Kozlikova, and Jiri Damborsky 4. YASARA - A Tool to Obtain Structural Guidance in Biocatalytic Investigations Henrik Land and Maria Svedendahl Humble 5. A Computational Library Design Protocol for Rapid Improvement of Protein Stability - FRESCO Hein J. Wijma, Maximilian J.L.J. Furst, and Dick B. Janssen 6. Directed Evolution of Proteins Based on Mutational Scanning Carlos G. Acevedo-Rocha, Matteo Ferla, and Manfred T. Reetz Part II 7. A Brief Guide to the High-throughput Expression of Directed Evolution Libraries Ana Luisa Ribeiro, Mario Mencia, and Aurelio Hidalgo 8. Library Growth and Protein Expression: Optimal and Reproducible Microtiter Plate Expression of Recombinant Enzymes in E. coli using MTP Shakers Sandy Schmidt, Mark Doerr, and Uwe T. Bornscheuer 9. Normalized Screening of Protein Engineering Libraries by Split-GFP Crude Cell Extract Quantification Javier Santos-Aberturas, Mark Doerr, and Uwe T. Bornscheuer 10. Functional Analysis of Membrane Proteins Produced by Cell-Free Translation Srujan Kumar Dondapati, Doreen A Wustenhagen, and Stefan Kubick PART III 11. Practical Considerations Regarding the Choice of the Best High-throughput Assay Carolin Mugge and Robert Kouristb 12. High-throughput Screening Assays for Lipolytic Enzymes Alexander Fulton, Marc R. Hayes, Ulrich Schwaneberg, Joerg Pietruszka, and Karl-Erich Jaeger 13. Continuous High-throughput Colorimetric Assays for α-transaminases Egon Heuson, Jean-Louis Petit, Franck Charmantray, Veronique de Berardinis, and Thierry Gefflaut 14. Colorimetric High-troughput Screening Assays for the Directed Evolution of Fungal Laccases Isabel Pardo and Susana Camarero 15. Directed Co-evolution of Two Cellulosic Enzymes in Escherichia coli Based on their Synergistic Reactions Min Liu, Lidan Ye, and Hongwei Yu 16. Program-guided Design of High-throughput Enzyme Screening Experiments and Automated Data Analysis/Evaluation Mark Doerr and Uwe T. Bornscheuer 17. Solid Phase Agar Plate Assay for Screening Amine Transaminases Martin S. Weiss, Uwe T. Bornscheuer, and Matthias Hoehne 18. Ultrahigh-throughput Screening of Single-cell Lysates for Directed Evolution and Functional Metagenomics Fabrice Gielen, Pierre-Yves Colin, Philip Mair, and Florian Hollfelder 19. Isolation of pH-sensitive Antibody Fragments by Fluorescence-activated Cell Sorting and Yeast Surface Display Christian Schroeter, Simon Krah, Jan Beck, Doreen Koenning, Julius Grzeschik, Bernhard Valldorf, Stefan Zielonka, and Harald Kolmar 20. Library Generation and Auxotrophic Selection Assays in Escherichia coli and Thermus thermophilus Joerg Claren, Thomas Schwab, and Reinhard Sterner.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781493973644 20180115
This volume details basic and advanced protocols for both stages of protein engineering: the library design phase and the identification of improved variants by screening and selection. Chapters focus on enzyme engineering using rational and semi-rational approaches. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and cutting-edge, Protein Engineering: Methods and Protocols aims to aid scientists in the planning and performance of their experiments.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781493973644 20180115