Volume 3 Issue 1


Perspectives of Process Systems Engineering

Authors: Venkateswarlu Ch


Research Article

Preparation and Characterization of a Sulfonated Carbon-Based Solid Acid Microspheric Material (SCAMM) and its use for the Esterification of Oleic Acid with Methanol

Authors: Honglei Zhang, Xiang Luo, Xinwei Li, George ZChen, Feng He and Tao Wu



Pd-Based Membranes for High Temperature Applications: Current Status

Authors: Gallucci F, Fernandez E, Medrano JA, Pacheco Tanaka DA and van Sint Annaland M


Research Article

Kinetics and Mechanism of Oxidation of Vanillin by Permanganate in Neutral Medium and the Effect of Different Transition Metal Ion Catalysts

Authors: Fawzy A, Zaafarany IA, Althagafi I, Alfahemi J and Morad M


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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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