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Advances in Chemical Engineering: Photocatalytic by Hugo I. De Lasa

By Hugo I. De Lasa

The cross-fertilization of physico-chemical and mathematical principles has a protracted old culture. This quantity of Advances in Chemical Engineering is nearly thoroughly devoted to a convention on 'Mathematics in Chemical Kinetics and Engineering' (MaCKiE-2007), which used to be held in Houston in February 2007, bringing jointly approximately forty mathematicians, chemists, and chemical engineers from 10 nations to debate the appliance and improvement of mathematical instruments of their respective fields.

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J. Am. Chem. Soc. 130, 1568 (2008a). , and Palmisano, L. Catal. 032, (2008b). , and Watanabe, T. Nature 388, 431 (1997). , and Hashimoto, K. J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 2188 (1999). , and Hashimoto, K. Thin Solid Films 351, 260 (1999). L. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2, 4441 (2000). CHAPTER 2 Treatment of Chromium, Mercury, Lead, Uranium, and Arsenic in Water by Heterogeneous Photocatalysis Marta I. Litter Contents 1. Introduction 2. Thermodynamical Considerations and Mechanistic Pathways 3. Chromium 4. Mercury 5.

130, 1568 (2008a). , and Palmisano, L. Catal. 032, (2008b). , and Watanabe, T. Nature 388, 431 (1997). , and Hashimoto, K. J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 2188 (1999). , and Hashimoto, K. Thin Solid Films 351, 260 (1999). L. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2, 4441 (2000). CHAPTER 2 Treatment of Chromium, Mercury, Lead, Uranium, and Arsenic in Water by Heterogeneous Photocatalysis Marta I. Litter Contents 1. Introduction 2. Thermodynamical Considerations and Mechanistic Pathways 3. Chromium 4. Mercury 5. Lead 6. Uranium 7.

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