Chemical Processes for a Sustainable Future summarises the recent achievements in surface-functionalised cells including fabrication, characterisation, applications and nanotoxicity. The chapters cover a range of different systems for altering and enhancing the functionalities of cells using different functional nanomaterials such as polymer nanofilms, nanoparticles, nanocoated cells, and artificial spores. Chemical Processes for a Sustainable Future provides an interdisciplinary approach to the topic with authors from both biological and chemical backgrounds. Chemical Processes for a Sustainable Future is suitable for researchers at postgraduate level and above interested in biomaterials, biochemistry, microbiology and colloid chemistry.
General Concepts in Sustainable Chemical Technologies
Separations and Purifications
Overview by Darrell Patterson
Gas Separations using Ionic Liquids
Absorption and Adsorption Processes
Liquid-Liquid Extractions and Stripping (including supercritical fluids)
Ionic Liquids and their application to a more sustainable chemistry
Crystallisation in Continuous Flow Processes
Chemical Transformation and Reactors
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