Authors:Audrey Soric, Jean-Henry Ferrasse, and Nicolas Roche
of the influent and easy maintenance make CWs an alternative to standard wastewater treatment processes especially for small communities. The classification of CW is based on the type of macrophyte grown up and on the water flow regime: horizontal
Authors:Y. A. El-Shekeil, S. M. Sapuan, A. Khalina, E. S. Zainudin, and O. M. Al-Shuja'a
promising natural fiber composites industry. Many studies have been conducted to address this problem and overcome this obstacle. Various fiber pre-treatments and coupling agents have been used to enhance the fiber-matrix interface. Bledzki et al. [ 1 ] have
Authors:Traian Florin Marinca, Ionel Chicinaş, and Olivier Isnard
structure [ 18 , 19 ]. The synthesis of the copper ferrite was achieved by mechanical milling of the precursors oxides followed by annealing treatment [ 20 ].
This article presents results of the investigation of the influence of the heat treatments
Authors:Péter Korzenszky, Gábor Géczi, and Timea Kaszab
Introduction Heat treatment is a routine operation in food production since it effectively destroys microorganisms that cause spoilage in food, thereby increasing the shelf life of products. At the same time, high temperatures may have a negative
Authors:Yujiao Xie, Chang Liu, Hanbing He, and Xiaohua Lu
nanotubes are still topics under discussion. Kasuga et al. [ 3 ] concluded that titania nanotubes were produced after hydrothermal reaction and washing the alkali-treated specimen with water followed by a further treatment with HCl. Zhang et al. [ 6 ] found
The uptake of137Cs and90Sr/90Y onto Syrian bentonite has been studed, using batch and column tracer techniques in order to investigate its utilization for aqueous radioactive effluent treatment. Parameters influencing the percent uptake considered and studied in this work are: nuclide concentration, pH of the aqueous phase, heat treatment and particle size. Leaching experiments using natural sea and ground waters were carried out on bentonite/cement composites. They demonstrated the effectiveness of calcination and cement containment.
Authors:Endrit Hasani, György Kenesei, and István Dalmadi
considered as a uniform heat treatment of food in heat-stable vacuumed pouches kept in circulation water baths at precisely controlled conditions of time and temperature. The traditional sous-vide method uses a single well controlled temperature in the range
H2SO4 and HCl processes accompanied by thermal treatments at different stages are described for the industrial extraction of alumina
from lateritic clay minerals, especially from kaolinite, an important component of lateritic bauxites. The effects of calcination
at high temperatures on the pretreatments of the raw lateritic materials, as well as on the thermal transformations of the
products (salts) resulting from the acid treatments of lateritic bauxites are analyzed. Beside energetic considerations, separation
methods of Al from Fe and from other lateritic-metallic components are emphasized in the extraction and purification processes.
The mechanism of a controlled HCl-extracting treatment performed on iron-bearing kaolinite is described, as well as its characterization
by IR and DTA ad hoc methods, enabling to distinguish between Al and Fe in the structure of lateritic kaolinite. The location
and quantification of Al in the structure of lateritic goethite is also considered.
Authors:István Dalmadi, Dávid Kántor, Kai Wolz, Katalin Polyák-Fehér, Klára Pásztor-Huszár, József Farkas, and András Fekete
., Berg, R. (2003) Combined high-pressure and thermal treatments for processing of tomato puree: evaluation of microbial inactivation and quality parameters,
Innovative Food Science and Emerging Technologies
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Authors:Adrienn Tóth, Csaba Németh, Ildikó Zeke, Annamária Barkói, Karina Hidas, and László Friedrich
treatment stabilization must be used ( Bengoechea et al., 2010 ). Hen egg yolk is an ideal example of natural supramolecular assemblies of lipids and proteins with different organization levels. These assemblies are mainly due to interactions between