Sustainable Chemical Engineering

ISSN: 2717-574X (Print) 2717-5758 (Online) Description

Sustainable Chemical Engineering (SCE) is an international and open access journal focusing on the latest technological advances and significant cutting-edge research in green chemistry and sustainable engineering with topics coverage related to reducing or eliminating the use of generation of hazardous substances in the design, manufacture and application of chemical products, click here to see more about SCE's aims & scope.

With aiming at providing a unique forum for the publication of innovative research on development of alternative green and sustainable chemical technologies, SCE ensures high visibility of your research results to a worldwide audience both in scientific community and chemical enterprises. Contributions of original research, reviews, short communications or letters, perspectives, and case studies are mainly welcomed.

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Pure Hydrolyzable Cellulose from Rice Straw, Wheat Straw and Sugarcane Bagasse by a Simple Scalable Two-Step Treatment

by Asodekar Bhupal Ravindra, Wadekar Prathamesh Chandrashekhar, Patil Parmeshwar Shivajirao, Patil Mallikarjun Laxmiputra, Lali Mallinath Arvind

ABSTRACT: Utilization of amply available lignocellulosic biomass for a cost-effective conversion to renewable chemicals has proven more difficult than anticipated. Sustainable and viable fractionation of...

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Elucidating the Molecular Anatomy of Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase in Brassica Rapa for Evolving Climate-Resilient Interventions to Minimize Carbon Footprints

by Chinmaya Kumar Das, Umasankar Nayak, Preetinanda Pati

ABSTRACT: Climate change is an emerging threat to food & nutritional security. It adversely affects crop production by altering the gene expression patterns of genes encoding for growth, development,...

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Purification of Crude Sodium Di-Uranate from Tummalapalle Source, India to Nuclear Grade Ammonium Di-Uranate Using Sulphamic Acid Dissolution Route

by Sujoy Biswas, Aswin Pradeep, Vijay Hiraman Rupawate, Manharn Lal Sahu, Madangopal Krishnan

ABSTRACT: Crude Sodium Di-Uranate (SDU) of Tummalapalle mine India, contains 2-3% (w/w) of silica besides 5-7% (w/w) of organic matter including polyacrylamides and humic masses with 2-5% Zirconium (Zr)...