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2012 Impact Factor:
AIChE Journal is pleased to announce its 2012 Impact Factor has increased to 2.493!
2013 Release of Journal Citation Reports®
Source: Thomson Reuters 2012 Citation Data
In the November 2013 issue, Drs. Adams, Donahue and Pandis provide timely insight about the contribution by nanoparticles to climate. Over the years, chemical engineers have been key contributors to the understanding and to solution strategies to reduce air pollution. In this Perspective article, Adams et al., show how fundamental chemical engineering principles and new experimental approaches help to tackle the very complex and important behavior of nanoparticle formation in the atmosphere. Debate is sure to continue about the role of anthropogenic sources on climate change. This study underscores the importance of fundamental measurements and analysis on bringing clarity to this debate.
NEW - AIChE Letters
The AIChE Journal now publishes “AIChE Letters”. These letters report on high impact findings that can be communicated in an abbreviated manuscript.
Read the first published AIChE Letter:
Graphene and other carbon sorbents for selective adsorption of thiophene from liquid fuel
Lifeng Wang, Ralph T. Yang, Chia-Liang Sun
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The September issue is the inaugural Founders Tribute. In 2011 the AIChE Board of Directors approved “…the ability to authorize issues or sections that honor distinguished chemical engineers for their contributions to the profession.” We selected the late Professor Neal R. Amundson, “The Chief”, as the first honoree. Professor Amundson made an indelible mark on the field of chemical engineering. This inaugural Founders Tribute acknowledges his many contributions as a scholar, educator, and academic leader. The issue starts off with an excellent overview on Professor Amundson’s contributions, authored by Professor Doraiswami Ramkrishna (Purdue). This rest of the tribute contains contributions from Amundson’s former colleagues, students, academic offspring, collaborators, and other distinguished member of the chemical engineering profession. The breadth of these contributions underscores the Amundson’s remarkable legacy.
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