NMR Imaging in Chemical Engineering

NMR Imaging in Chemical Engineering

Editor(s): Siegfried Stapf, Song-I Han

Published Online: 12 APR 2006

Print ISBN: 9783527312344

Online ISBN: 9783527607563

DOI: 10.1002/3527607560

About this Book

How to use nuclear magnetic resonance imaging in chemical engineering.
Written by the internationally recognized top experts from academia and industry, this first book dedicated to the topic provides an overview of existing methods and strategies to solve individual problems in chemical engineering. Written in a simple and lively manner and backed by various industrial examples, the book begins with a look at hardware and methods, continuing on to cover porous materials, fluids and flow of increasing complexity from different fields of Chemical Engineering, before finishing off with a review of reactors and reactions.
The result allows engineers, industrial and academic researchers and decision-makers to gain a detailed insight into the NMR toolbox, such that they can estimate the benefit of NMR imaging with regard to cost efficiency and scientific results.

Table of contents

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    2. Chapter 1

      Introduction (pages 1–45)

      Dr. Siegfried Stapf and Dr. Song-I Han

    3. Chapter 2

      Hardware and Methods (pages 47–77)

      D. Gross, K. Zick, T. Oerther, V. Lehmann, A. Pampel and J. Goetz

    4. Chapter 2

      Hardware and Methods (pages 123–139)

      Luisa Ciobanu, Jonathan V. Sweedler and Andrew G. Webb

    5. Chapter 2

      Hardware and Methods (pages 139–163)

      Dr. Song-I Han, Josef Granwehr and Christian Hilty

    6. Chapter 2

      Hardware and Methods (pages 205–229)

      Elke Kossel, Bogdan Buhai and Rainer Kimmich

    7. Chapter 3

      Porous Materials (pages 231–250)

      Jörg Kärger, Frank Stallmach, Rustem Valiullin and Sergey Vasenkov

    8. Chapter 3

      Porous Materials (pages 250–262)

      R. Reimert, E. H. Hardy and A. von Garnier

    9. Chapter 3

      Porous Materials (pages 263–284)

      Xiaohong Ren, Dr. Siegfried Stapf and Bernhard Blümich

    10. Chapter 3

      Porous Materials (pages 285–303)

      J. J. Young, T. W. Bremner, M. D. A. Thomas and B. J. Balcom

    11. Chapter 3

      Porous Materials (pages 304–321)

      S. D. Beyea, D. O. Kuethe, A. McDowell, A. Caprihan and S. J. Glass

    12. Chapter 3

      Porous Materials (pages 340–358)

      Yi-Qiao Song, Eric E. Sigmund and Natalia V. Lisitza

    13. Chapter 4

      Fluids and Flows (pages 416–432)

      John G. Georgiadis, L. Guy Raguin and Kevin W. Moser

    14. Chapter 4

      Fluids and Flows (pages 433–456)

      Nina C. Shapley and Marcos A. d'Ávila

    15. Chapter 4

      Fluids and Flows (pages 457–470)

      Dr. Siegfried Stapf and Dr. Song-I Han

    16. Chapter 4

      Fluids and Flows (pages 471–490)

      Michael J. McCarthy, Prem N. Gambhir and Artem G. Goloshevsky

    17. Chapter 5

      Reactors and Reactions (pages 509–533)

      Sarah L. Codd, Joseph D. Seymour, Erica L. Gjersing, Justin P. Gage and Jennifer R. Brown

    18. Chapter 5

      Reactors and Reactions (pages 534–551)

      Lynn F. Gladden, Laura D. Anadon, Matthew H. M. Lim and Andrew J. Sederman

    19. Chapter 5

      Reactors and Reactions (pages 551–570)

      Galina E. Pavlovskaya and Thomas Meersmann

    20. Chapter 5

      Reactors and Reactions (pages 590–608)

      Lynn F. Gladden, Belinda S. Akpa, Michael D. Mantle and Andrew J. Sederman

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