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AIChE journal : chemical engineering research and development


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New York

The AIChE Journal is the premier research monthly in chemical engineering and related fields. This peer-reviewed and broad-based journal reports on the most important and latest technological advances in core areas of chemical engineering as well as in other relevant engineering disciplines. To keep abreast with the progressive outlook of the profession, the Journal has been expanding the scope of its editorial contents to include such fast developing areas as biotechnology, electrochemical engineering, and environmental engineering.

The AIChE Journal is indeed the global communications vehicle for the world-renowned researchers to exchange top-notch research findings with one another. Subscribing to the AIChE Journal is like having immediate access to nine topical journals in the field.

Articles are categorized according to the following topical areas:

  • Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena
  • Particle Technology and Fluidization
  • Separations
  • Process Systems Engineering
  • Reactors Kinetics and Catalysis
  • Materials Interfaces and Electrochemical Phenomena
  • Thermodynamics
  • Bioengineering Food and Natural Products
  • Environmental and Energy Engineering

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