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ISSN: 2666-9528
CN: 10-1713/TQ
p-ISSN: 2096-9147

Microalgae cultivation in photobioreactors: sustainable solutions for a greener future

Microalgae cultivation in photobioreactors (PBRs) has emerged as a promising and sustainable approach to address various environmental and energy challenges, offering a multitude of benefits across...

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Thermochemical co-conversion of biomass-plastic waste to biochar: a review

Biomass and plastics are two of the most common municipal solid wastes globally that have continuously placed a burden on the environment. It is therefore important that they are properly recycled....

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The stability of MOFs in aqueous solutions—research progress and prospects

Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are favored in the fields of adsorption, separation, catalysis, electrochemistry, and magnetism due to their advantages of large specific surface area, high porosity,...

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Recent advances in the biosynthesis of coumarin and its derivatives

Coumarin and its derivatives, presenting in many organisms (plants, fungi, and bacteria), are critical metabolites composed of fused benzene and α-pyrone rings. With unique biological and chemical properties,...

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Deep eutectic solvents eutectogels: progress and challenges

Deep eutectic solvents (DESs) have received widespread attention for their advantages of good electrical conductivity, stability, environmental friendliness, and easy preparation with a wide range of...

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Advancements in adsorption and photodegradation technologies for Rhodamine B dye wastewater treatment: fundamentals, applications, and future directions

Organic dye pollutants present in wastewater pose a significant global challenge. Among pollutants, the synthetic dye Rhodamine B (RB) stands out due to its non-biodegradable nature and associated neurotoxic,...

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Review in life cycle assessment of biomass conversion through pyrolysis-issues and recommendations

Biomass, widespread and carbon-neutral energy, can provide electric energy and replace fossil fuel-derived production. Pyrolysis is the main way of converting biomass to different bioenergy products...

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Rapid chemical recycling of waste polyester plastics catalyzed by recyclable catalyst

Waste plastics are serious environmental threats due to their low degradability and low recycling rate. Rapid and efficient waste plastics recycling technologies are urgently demanded for a sustainable...

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Recent advances in carbon dioxide capture and utilization with amines and ionic liquids

Global warming and climate change due to anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) have aroused significant concerns at the global scale due to rapid economic growth in industries and other fields. Therefore,...

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FTIR investigation of the interfacial properties and mechanisms of CO2 sorption in porous ionic liquids

Porous liquids, which are liquids with permanent porosity, have received significant attention as a new class of materials with the potential for far-reaching impacts in a variety of applications including...

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CO2 capture and utilization with solid waste

Nowadays, the massive consumption of fossil fuels and the resulting excessive emission of carbon dioxide (CO2) have broken the original carbon balance of nature, resulting in global warming and the...

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Polybenzimidazole (PBI) and benzimidazole-linked polymer (BILP) membranes

Polybenzimidazoles (PBIs) and benzimidazole-linked polymers (BILPs) have exceptional thermal and chemical stability, and hence, their membranes were developed and used under harsh conditions. In this...

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Recent advances in electrochemical carboxylation reactions using carbon dioxide

From the viewpoint of abundance, economy, non-toxicity, and renewability, CO2 is the ideal C1 synthon in organic synthetic chemistry. Utilizing CO2 for chemical conversion to synthesize highly value-added...

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CO2 capture and in-situ conversion: recent progresses and perspectives

Global warming caused by excess carbon dioxide (CO2) emission has been a focus of the world. The development of neutral carbon technologies becomes a strategic choice for the sustainable human society....

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Revisiting greenness of ionic liquids and deep eutectic solvents

Green solvents are one of the hot topics of green chemistry. Ionic liquids (ILs) and deep eutectic solvents (DESs) are deemed as green solvents to a certain extent, and they have been applied in many...

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Optimization strategies and diagnostic techniques for water management in proton exchange membrane fuel cells

Proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) are efficient and zero emission energy conversion technology with promising application prospects towards carbon neutrality. The PEMFC's performance is largely...

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Catalytic transformation of 4-nitrophenol into 4-aminophenol over ZnO nanowire array-decorated Cu nanoparticles

To realize economical and effective removal of hazardous 4-nitrophenol from the environment, we developed an easily recyclable ZnO nanowire array decorated with Cu nanoparticles. Its salix argyracea-shaped...

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Recent advances in the microfluidic generation of shape-controllable hydrogel microparticles and their applications

Hydrogel microparticles, generally accepted as significant green materials, have been widely used in chemical, biological, and biomedical fields owing to their excellent biocompatibility, biodegradability,...

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Dendritic mesoporous silica nanoparticles for enzyme immobilization

Dendritic mesoporous silica nanoparticles (DMSNs) are a new class of solid porous materials used for enzyme immobilization support due to their intrinsic characteristics, including their unique open...

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Application and progress of techno-economic analysis and life cycle assessment in biomanufacturing of fuels and chemicals

To reduce the dependency on petroleum-based products and emission of greenhouse gas, renewable biofuels and chemicals play an important role to meet the unmatched energy demands of the rapidly growing...

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Green production of sugar by membrane technology: How far is it from industrialization?

Application of membrane filtration in sugar production is attractive because it can reduce the usage of chemicals, produce high-quality clarified juice, and obtain various high value-added products....

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Electrocatalytic NAD(P)H regeneration for biosynthesis

The highly efficient chemoselectivity, stereoselectivity, and regioselectivity render enzyme catalysis an ideal pathway for the synthesis of various chemicals in broad applications. While the cofactor...

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Low-melting mixture solvents: extension of deep eutectic solvents and ionic liquids for broadening green solvents and green chemistry

Green solvents such as water and ionic liquids (ILs) are pillars of the great mansion of green chemistry and green processing. Initially proposed as a new family of ILs, deep eutectic solvents (DESs)...

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Numerical study on performance optimization and flow mechanism of a new cyclone separator

This study proposed a new cyclone separator, using a designed nozzle inside the traditional cyclone separator, which significantly improved the efficiency of separating fine particles while maintaining...

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Understanding and optimizing the gasification of biomass waste with machine learning

Gasification is a sustainable approach for biomass waste treatment with simultaneous combustible H2-syngas production. However, this thermochemical process was quite complicated with multi-phase products...

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