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Table of Contents for Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology

Comparison of ZnO nanofillers of different shapes on physical, thermal and gas transport properties of PEBA membrane: experimental testing and molecular simulation

Molecular simulation and experimental approaches were done using PEBA 1657 mixed matrix membranes (MMMs) loaded with ZnO nanorod‐ and nanosphere‐shaped nanomaterials at 0.5% and 1% (wt) loading to...

Trichoderma harzianum based novel formulations: Potential Applications for Management of Next‐Gen agricultural challenges

Fungi of the Trichoderma spp. genus, notably Trichoderma harzianum, are commonly used for biological management of deleterious seed and soil borne pathogens. The global biopesticides market is...

Metals in aqueous solutions and real effluents: Biosorption behavior onto a hemp‐based felt

BACKGROUND In this study, a hemp‐based material in the form of a felt is used to adsorb metals in individual aqueous solutions and in polycontaminated effluents using the batch method. The factors...

Concentration of whey protein from cheese whey effluent using ultrafiltration by combination of hydrophilic metal oxides and hydrophobic polymer

BACKGROUND In this study, hydrophilic metal oxides such as TiO2, ZrO2 and ZnO were used as modifier for the preparation of polyethersulfone (PES) mixed matrix membranes (MMMs) for the filtration...

A simple mathematical model capable of describing the microbial production of poly(hydroxyalkanoates) under carbon‐ and nitrogen‐limiting growth conditions

AIMS Poly(hydroxyalkanoates) (PHAs) are biodegradable polymers that can replace conventional plastics, but microbial production of PHAs must be optimized for commercial success. The aim of this...

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