Process waste waters (PWW's) and mother liquors produced by fine chemical and pharmaceutical industrial processes often contain bioactive organic compounds therefore they are classified as hazardous wastes
Authors:Yanxiang Liu, Xujie Lu, Feng Wu, and Nansheng Deng
In recent decades, pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs), typical emerging pollutants, have become a new environmental concern for the scientists and public stakeholders. Recent studies of these
Authors:Ekhlas H. Karam, Noor S. Abdul-Jaleel, and Basma J. Salah
systems [ 1 ]. Higher order systems can be found in multifarious industries such as oil, cement, chemical, pharmaceutical, aircraft system, atomic nuclear plant, flexible robot manipulator [ 3 ], quadrotor with a variable degree of freedom (DOF) [ 4
Authors:Hugo Rojas, Gloria Borda, María Brijaldo, Patricio Reyes, and Jesús Valencia
, agrochemicals and pharmaceuticals, often produced on a large industrial scale [ 2 ].
The hydrogenation of m -dinitrobenzene ( m -DNB) to m -phenylenediamine ( m -PDA) is one of the most common reactions in the fine chemicals and pharmaceutical
and properties of nanobiohydrids based on the anions of biologically important
organic molecules and various layered double hydroxides (LDHs) are reviewed.
Emphasis has been laid on collecting works on the controlled delivery and
release of LDH-intercalated pharmaceutically important compounds as well as
chemicals used as herbicides.