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Chemical engineering is an engineering branch that deals with the chemical production and manufacture of products that undergo chemical processes. This includes equipment design, creating systems and processes to refine raw material, as well as mixing, compounding, and processing chemicals to create products.
Modern chemical engineering spearheads advances in environmental sciences, medicine, microelectronics, biotechnology, consumer products, and manufacturing by linking with chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, and economics subjects. Chemical engineering also works in close collaboration with computer science, mechanical, electrical, and civil engineering.
All chemical engineering graduates go through various chemical engineering courses, including pure and applied mathematics, computing, physics, thermodynamics, industrial chemistry, cell biology, and dozens more. Many engineering disciplines require a degree in chemical engineering, at the very least.
Chemical engineers work in a wide range of fields, including petroleum refinery, jet fuel, diesel fuel, petrochemicals, personal-care product manufacturing, and many others. They are often concerned with resource managing, environment protection, and health and safety.
The chemical engineering journals represent a forum for original research presentations and discussion of the latest advances in chemical engineering. The papers that present novel theories and their applications to practice are especially welcome.
Different chemical engineering journals focus upon three chemical engineering aspects:
Chemical reaction engineering
Environmental chemical engineering
Materials synthesis and processing
The scope ranges from engineering aspects on a molecular level, plant level to global issues.
The common topics in these journals include treatment processes, environmental process management and control, clean process technology, kinetics, applied catalysis, control strategies, simulation and optimization of different reactor types, fundamental investigation of heat processes, reactor engineering and safety, chromatographic reactors, micro-reactors, etc.
Articles published in chemical engineering journals are peer-reviewed, which means they are of high quality and high impact. Some journals are open-access, but there are also many subscription-based publications.
The primary audience for chemical engineering journals includes academics, industry leaders, engineering students, researchers, and everyone interested in the latest findings and developments in the many fields of chemical engineering. These journals publish original papers, reviews, reports on conferences, book reviews, preliminary communications, short communications, and advertisements.
AKJournals has a collection of eight scientific journals in the field of chemical engineering. Below is a short description of each article along with the main subject fields followed by the official language of the journal:
Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis – research papers on new materials in catalysis, biomimetic and enantioselective homogeneous catalysts, characterization of catalyst surfaces, and heterogeneous catalysis in English
Journal of Flow Chemistry, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, JPC – Journal of Planar Chromatography – Modern TLC and Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis are joint publications with Springer Nature.
In our study, using a combination of eye-tracking parameter analysis and the van Westendorp method, we investigate whether participants pay more attention to products that they perceive as more expensive or to those that they prefer in the ranking process. The experiment involved 50 participants, a questionnaire with ranking and pricing tasks, and an eye-tracking measurement. Three wine varieties (Irsai Olivér, Rosé and Merlot-Shiraz) and three different label alternatives were tested. When comparing the results of the ranking and the pricing tasks, the product that is considered more expensive is not always the one that is most appealing to the participants. If we compare the results from the analysis of the eye-tracking parameters and the pricing, we can say that in all cases the labels that received the most visual attention were those that were priced more expensively by the participants.
An ultra-rapid analytical method for determination of andrographolide and dehydroandrographolide in Andrographis Herba (AH) was developed by liquid chromatography with mass spectrometry (LC-MS). The sample was ultrasonically extracted with 10 mL 40% (v/v) methanol, and then purified with a C18 solid phase extraction column. The LC separation was performed on a Poroshell 120 EC-C18 column (30 × 2.1 mm, 2.7 μm) and eluted with 0.5 mmol L−1 ammonium acetate aqueous solution and acetonitrile (65:35) at a flow rate of 0.7 mL min−1, and detected by mass spectrometry (MS). The LC-MS analytical time was less than 1 min. The new developed method presented a good linearity (r > 0.9900), precision and repeatability (RSD < 2.0%). The recoveries for andrographolide and dehydroandrographolide were 93.5% (RSD = 2.2%) and 97.7% (RSD = 2.4%), respectively. The developed method was successfully applied in determination of andrographolide and dehydroandrographolide in seven batches of AH samples, and the contents of analytes in all samples were complied with the relative acceptance criteria in Chinese Pharmacopeia (>0.8%). This new developed LC-MS method is an ultra-rapid assay method for AH, which will help to improve the efficiency and reduce the cost of AH sample test.
A simple, sensitive, selective, accurate and precise method was developed and fully validated for determination of oxcarbazepine (OXC) in presence of their preservatives and determination of oxcarbazepine (OXC) in human plasma. A reversed phase liquid chromatography (RP-HPLC) with UV detection techniques were applied for separation and quantification of studied drug OXC. Successful separation of the drug from methyl paraben (M.P.), propyl paraben (P.P.) and potassium sorbate (P.ST.) was achieved on a Kromasil C18 column (5 μm particle size, pore size 300 Å, l × I.D. 250 × 4.6 mm). The mobile phase that contain aqueous 0.05M potassium dihydrogen phosphate buffer (pH 7): acetonitrile, (50: 50, %v/v). The method was linear over concentration ranges 5.0–50 μg mL−1 for OXC. Bioanalytical validation of the developed method was carried out according to US-FDA guidelines and revealed a good linear relations over a range of (5.0–50), (0.5–10), (0.05–0.15), and (1.0–10) μg mL−1 for OXC, M.P, P.P, and P.ST, respectively, with a correlation coefficient (R2) of more than 0.999. Limit of detection (LOD) were 1.15, 0.03, 0.01 and 0.04 μg mL−1 for OXC, M.P, P.P, and P.ST, respectively, Intra and inter-day precisions, calculated as percentage relative standard deviation (% RSD), were lower than 2.0%. The developed method can be applied for routine drug analysis, therapeutic drug monitoring and bioequivalence studies through the analysis of plasma samples taken from blood bank.
The concentration level of urinary 8-hydroxy-2′-deoxyguanosine (8-OHdG), an oxidative stress biomarker for various diseases especially cancer, has been attracted as a pathway suitable for diagnostic purposes. Determination of urinary 8-OHdG is challenging due to its low level within a complex matrix. In this study, a new approach of solid/liquid phase microextraction technique prior to high-performance liquid chromatography diode-array detection (HPLC-DAD) analysis was developed for the determination of trace levels of 8-OHdG in urine samples. The solid/liquid phase microextraction device was constructed by reinforcement of multi-walled carbon nanotubes into the pores of a short segment 2.5 cm of hollow fiber microtube with two ends heat sealed. Based on the optimized procedure, the selected analyte was extracted from an acidic sample solution (10 mL adjusted at pH = 5) into the five extraction devices. After the extraction period (30 min), the 8-OHdG was eluted from the extraction device using methanol (350 µL) under ultrasonication for 5 min. The analytical performance of the method in synthetic urine samples showed good linearity (R2 > 0.999) with the limits of detection of 0.85 ng mL−1, and extraction recovery > 92.36%. The developed microextraction technique exhibited a confident sensitivity, feasible operation, and simplicity in comparison with other published methods and was valid to determinate trace 8-OHdG in urine cancer patients' samples by using a cheap and commonly available HPLC-DAD instrument.
Residues of the fungicides difenoconazole, propiconazole, cyflufenamid, and mandipropamid were determined in tomato fruit using acetonitrile for extraction and LC-MS/MS for quantification. Validation criteria include linearity range, the limit of detection (LOD) and limit of quantitation (LOQ), accuracy in terms of precision and trueness, and matrix effect were studied. The recovery rates of the method ranged from 91.8 to 106.3%. The precision of the method in terms of repeatability at one day (RSDr) and between three days (RSDR) ranged from 2.8 to 6.4% and from 4.3 to 7.6%, respectively, with good trueness from 92.2 to 96.4%. Matrix effects (suppression effects) ranged from 3.8% to 11.1%. The validated method was used to evaluate the dissipation kinetics of three different premix formulations: 30% EC (15% difenoconazole + 15% propiconazole), 14% DC (12.5% difenoconazole + 1.5% cyflufenamid), and 50% SC (25% difenoconazole + 25% mandipropamid) used on field tomatoes in Egypt. A first-order kinetic equation best describes residue dissipation. The calculated half-lives of difenoconazole, propiconazole, cyflufenamid, and mandipropamid were 2.01–2.27, 1.89, 1.97, and 1.71 days, respectively. The dissipation rate of difenoconazole did not differ significantly in the three premix formulations. Mandipropamid also dissipated faster compared to the other fungicides tested. The chronic dietary risk assessment results showed a minimal risk to adult Egyptian consumers. Waiting periods were advised for the safe consumption of tomatoes treated with the tested premix formulations.
Az azbesztszálak kimutatására szolgáló vizsgálatok középpontjában a levegőszennyezettségi értékek álltak, de a 21. században felmerült az igény a problémakör kiterjesztésére. Az elmúlt években megjelent nemzetközi tudományos szakirodalmak megcáfolták az évtizedeken át fennálló feltételezést, miszerint az azbeszt csupán a levegőterheltség révén vált ki kockázatot. Vízminőségi és talajminőségi kutatások által teret nyert az azbesztszálak, különösen a krizotilszálak alternatív transzportútjainak vizsgálatát célzó kutatásterület. Annak ellenére, hogy mind a települési, mind pedig a mezőgazdasági vízgazdálkodás potenciálisan érintett a krizotil-azbeszt jelenléte kapcsán, nincs nemzetközi szinten egységes és elfogadott módszer vagy küszöbérték az egyes vízforrások biztonságára vonatkozóan. A kutatások nyilvánvaló korlátja, hogy csekély mennyiségű és minőségű tudás érhető el. Az azbesztszálak megjelenése az egyes vízbázisokban jelentősen megváltoztatja mind a mezőgazdasági, mind a települési vízgazdálkodás környezeti hatásoknak való kitettségéről alkotott eddigi ismereteinket. Az öntözővizzel és a gyűjtött csapadékkal kijuttatott azbesztszálak hatásainak palettája mára túlhaladta a humán- és állategészségügyi hatásokat, immár figyelmet kell fordítani a vegetációs hatásokra is. Annak érdekében, hogy nagyobb betekintést nyerjünk az azbeszttoxicitás növényekre gyakorolt hatásaiba, sokkal több tudományos eredményre van szükség.
Jelen összefoglaló tanulmányban bemutatjuk az azbeszt, különös tekintettel a krizotil azbeszt legfontosabb tulajdonságait, humán-, állat- és növényegészségügyi kockázatait. Rávilágítunk arra, hogy ismereteink rendkívül hiányosak, valamint felhívjuk a figyelmet a települési és mezőgazdasági vízgazdálkodás érintettségének egyes faktoraira, közvetlen és közvetett kockázati tényezőire, valamint arra, hogy ezek miként hatnak az élőlényekre, kiemelt tekintettel a növényekre.