Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Volume 1: Mathematical and Analytical Techniques

A. K. Haghi, Devrim Balköse, Omari V. Mukbaniani, Andrew G. Mercader

January 8, 2018 Forthcoming by Apple Academic Press
Reference - 316 Pages - 45 Color & 67 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781771885157 - CAT# N11830

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Features

  • Presents information on the important problems of chemical engineering modeling and nanotechnology. These investigations are accompanied by real-life applications in practice.
  • Includes new theoretical ideas in calculating experiments and experimental practice.
  • Looks at new trends in chemoinformatics.
  • Introduces the types of challenges and real problems that are encountered in industry and graduate research.
  • Presents computational chemistry examples and applications.
  • Focuses on concepts above formal experimental techniques and theoretical methods.

Summary

This new book brings together innovative research, new concepts, and novel developments in the application of informatics tools for applied chemistry and computer science. It presents a modern approach to modeling and calculation and also looks at experimental design in applied chemistry and chemical engineering. The volume discusses the developments of advanced chemical products and respective tools to characterize and predict the chemical material properties and behavior.

Providing numerous comparisons of different methods with one another and with different experiments, not only does this book summarize the classical theories, but it also exhibits their engineering applications in response to the current key issues. Recent trends in several areas of chemistry and chemical engineering science, which have important application to practice, are discussed.

Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering: Volume 1: Mathematical and Analytical Techniques provides valuable information for chemical engineers and researchers as well as for graduate students. It demonstrates the progress and promise for developing chemical materials that seem capable of moving this field from laboratory-scale prototypes to actual industrial applications. Volume 2 will focus principles and methodologies in applied chemistry and chemical engineering.