Special Issue "Physical and Applied Chemistry of Novel Materials and Their Applications"
A special issue of ChemEngineering (ISSN 2305-7084).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (16 May 2018) | Viewed by 12929
Interests: thermodynamics; fluid phase equilibrium; structure-properties relationships; various thermodynamic-based models; process simulation models
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The aim of this Special Issue is to provide an original and unique environment for researchers in academia and industry to share and discuss their cutting-edge results on the physical and applied chemistry of novel materials (such as ionic liquids, MOF, perovskites, ferroelectrics materials, nanomaterials, nanocatalysts, nanocomposite membrane, plasma technology, hybrid organic/inorganic sensors, biodegradable polymers, novel technological membranes, aerogels, novel heat transfer fluids, etc.) covering their characterization, modelling, and/or applications.
These novel materials possess unique properties useful for a wide range of applications in fields as diverse as petrochemicals, energy storage, fine chemicals, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, hydrometallurgy, environmental remediation and nuclear sciences. In all these fields, such materials can provide novel research strategies and technologies that enable major contributions towards establishing the sustainable processes required for the future of the process industry.
- Application of advanced materials for
a. Analytical separations
f. Membrane separations
h. Novel separation processes
I. Energy storage
- Applications of advanced materials in
b. Biotechnology and biorefining
c. Chemicals, pharmaceuticals and/or petrochemicals
d. Gas capture and utilization
e. Environmental remediation
g. Surface cleaning
h. Waste treatment
- Process modeling and fundamental studies
a. Equations of state
b. Molecular modeling and simulation
c. Electronic structure calculations
d. Process simulation
e. Group contribution modeling
f. QSPR/QSAR modeling
Dr. Johan Jacquemin
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- Novel Materials (For example: ionic liquids, MOF, perovskites, ferroelectrics materials, nanomaterials, nanocatalysts, nanocomposite membrane, plasma technology, hybrid organic/inorganic sensors, biodegradable polymers, novel technological membranes, aerogels, novel heat transfer fluids, etc.)
- Physical Chemistry
- Chemical Chemistry
- Characterization, Chemical Engineering Applications