Chemical Engg & Process Tech

Chemical Engg & Process Tech

Dye as Industrial Effluents

The discharge of dye in industrial effluents is of great concern because their presence and accumulation have a toxic or carcinogenic effect on living species. The removal of such compounds at such low levels is a major difficult problem. Read more…

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Posted by HEM - 26/04/2013 at 00:49

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Chemical Wastewater Treatment

Today the treatment of waste water is a major task; the disposal of the waste in the water is causing most of the contaminations and hub for all the diseases. The waste water should be treated by the new technologies. Read more…

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Posted by HEM - 01/02/2013 at 02:22

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Waste Materials as Fuels

In today’s world renewable energy is utilized very often and it is in the process of ending of all the renewable sources. The energy revolution with many different kinds of fuels as new sources have been discovered and young scientists are planning Read more…

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Posted by HEM - 08/01/2013 at 00:21

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Biodiesel from Sewage Sludge

A non-catalytic method that can result in conversion of lipids from sewage into biodiesel is interesting and high yielding process. The low cost and high yield of the sludge process may make it economically feasible. Biodiesel production can be done with vegetable Read more…

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Posted by HEM - 17/10/2012 at 05:05

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Recyclable Plastics from Biomass

Discovery of a new method for producing the key ingredient used to make recyclable plastic bottles from biomass. The process is inexpensive and currently creates the chemical p-xylene with an efficient yield of 75-percent, using most of the biomass Read more…

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Posted by HEM - 09/10/2012 at 08:07

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