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Title Gas-expanded liquids and near-critical media : green chemistry and engineering / Keith W. Hutchenson, editor ; Aaron M. Scurto, editor ; Bala Subramaniam, editor ; sponsored by the Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Inc
Published Washington, D.C. : American Chemical Society, ©2009


Description 1 online resource : illustrations (some color)
Series ACS symposium series ; 1006
ACS symposium series ; 1006.
Contents Introduction and overview -- Thermodynamics and transport properties : experiment and modeling -- Reactions -- Materials processing
Notes Title from PDF title page (ACS publications, viewed July 31, 2009)
"Developed from a selection of papers presented in a three-session symposium entitled Green Chemistry and Engineering with Gas-Expanded Liquids and Near-Critical Media at the 234th American Chemical Society National Meeting that was held ... August 19-23, 2007 in Boston, Massachusetts"--Page xi
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes English
Subject Expansion of liquids -- Congresses
Expansion of liquids -- Industrial applications -- Congresses
Gases -- Solubility -- Congresses
Carbon dioxide -- Solubility -- Congresses
Supercritical fluids -- Congresses
Solvents -- Congresses
Catalysis -- Congresses
Supercritical fluid extraction -- Congresses
Environmental chemistry -- Congresses
SCIENCE -- Chemistry -- Industrial & Technical.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Chemical & Biochemical.
Carbon dioxide -- Solubility.
Environmental chemistry.
Expansion of liquids.
Gases -- Solubility.
Supercritical fluid extraction.
Supercritical fluids.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Hutchenson, Keith W., 1959-
Scurto, Aaron M.
Subramaniam, Bala, 1955-
American Chemical Society. Meeting (234th : 2007 : Boston, Mass.)
American Chemical Society. Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry.
ISBN 9780841224834
Other Titles Green chemistry and engineering
Green chemistry and engineering with gas-expanded liquids and near-critical media