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A New Solvato-Complex Model for the Calculations of Solvation Enthalpies of Drugs-Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Systems

Authors: Ramalingam Vikram*; Garlapati Mahesh*; Chandrasekhar Garlapati*

  
  

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Mechanical and Morphological Characteristics of Nickel, Chromium and Nitride-Based Coatings Formed via Electrodeposition and Magnetron Sputtering Techniques on Mild Steel. An Overview

Authors: Jahanzeb Bhatti*; Ali Dad Chandio; Quazi MM; Bashir MN; Rizwan M; Iftikhar Ahmed Channa; Abdul Rauf Jamali; Fayaz Hussain Katper; Imran Ali

  
  

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Use of Automation to Link Aspen HYSYS with Third-Party Software for Simulating Complex Chemical Engineering Problems

Authors: Valverde JL; Giroir-Fendler A; Ramírez A; Ferro VR*

  
  

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Modeling of Memrbane Processes for the Separation of Azeotropic Mixtures

Authors: Аbdulаziz Bаkhtiyorov*; Javokhir Elmаnov; Аdhаm Norkobilov

  
  

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Intensification of Synthesis of Crystalline Zinc Phosphate (Zn3(Po4)2) Nanopowder: Advantage of Sonochemical Method Over Conventional Method

Abstract In the present study, nano-sized zinc phosphate (ZP) powders were prepared using conventional (NUS) and sonochemically assisted (US) precipitation method, using zinc chloride and potassium dihydrogen phosphate as precursors and 25% of ammonia solution
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