AIChE Journal

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October 2005

Volume 51, Issue 10

Pages 2620–2874

  1. Perspective

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
  2. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
    1. NMR verification of single droplet freezing models (pages 2640–2648)

      J. P. Hindmarsh, D. I. Wilson, M. L. Johns, A. B. Russell and X. D. Chen

      Article first published online: 7 JUL 2005 | DOI: 10.1002/aic.10521

    2. Investigation of turbulent mixing in a confined planar-jet reactor (pages 2649–2664)

      Hua Feng, Michael G. Olsen, Ying Liu, Rodney O. Fox and James C. Hill

      Article first published online: 13 JUL 2005 | DOI: 10.1002/aic.10527

  3. Particle Technology and Fluidization

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
  4. Separations

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
  5. Process Systems Engineering

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
    1. Novel process for diethylacetal synthesis (pages 2752–2768)

      Viviana M. T. M. Silva and Alírio E. Rodrigues

      Article first published online: 21 JUL 2005 | DOI: 10.1002/aic.10531

  6. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
    1. Thermal effects of CO2 absorption in aqueous solutions of 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol (pages 2769–2777)

      F. Camacho, S. Sánchez, R. Pacheco, A. Sánchez and M. D. La Rubia

      Article first published online: 7 JUL 2005 | DOI: 10.1002/aic.10523

  7. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
  8. Thermodynamics

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
  9. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
    1. Engineering perfumes (pages 2834–2852)

      Vera G. Mata, Paula B. Gomes and Alírio E. Rodrigues

      Article first published online: 21 JUL 2005 | DOI: 10.1002/aic.10530

  10. Environmental and Energy Engineering

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
    1. Partial oxidation of methane to synthesis gas by a microwave plasma torch (pages 2853–2858)

      Cheng-Hsien Tsai, Tsung-Hua Hsieh, Minliang Shih, Yuh-Jeen Huang and Ta-Chin Wei

      Article first published online: 18 JUL 2005 | DOI: 10.1002/aic.10533

  11. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
  12. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
    1. Direct observation of carbon particle SCWO progress by X-ray radiography (pages 2865–2868)

      Makoto Fujie, Hisao Ohmura, Chikara Konagai, Koichi Nittoh, Masakazu Sugiyama, Kazuhiko Maeda and Seiichiro Koda

      Article first published online: 29 JUN 2005 | DOI: 10.1002/aic.10524

  13. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena

    1. Top of page
    2. Perspective
    3. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    4. Particle Technology and Fluidization
    5. Separations
    6. Process Systems Engineering
    7. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    8. Materials, Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
    9. Thermodynamics
    10. Bioengineering, Food and Natural Products
    11. Environmental and Energy Engineering
    12. Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
    13. Reactors, Kinetics, and Catalysis
    14. Materials, Interfaces and Electorchemical Phenomena
    1. Simple indicator of draw resonance instability in melt spinning processes (pages 2869–2874)

      Joo Sung Lee, Hyun Wook Jung, Jae Chun Hyun and L. E. Scriven

      Article first published online: 18 JUL 2005 | DOI: 10.1002/aic.10498

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