Chemical Engineering

Most of the major scientific challenges of the 21st century — including sustainable energy resources, water quality issues, and process efficiency in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries — revolve around chemical engineering. Elsevier’s broad content in this area examines topics such as bioprocessing, polymer nano-composites, biomass gasification and pyrolysis, computational fluid dynamics, industrial proteins, catalysis, and many others with great significance and applicability to researchers today. Our books, eBooks, and online tools provide foundational information to students, and cutting-edge coverage to advance corporate research and development. Learn more about our Chemical Engineering books here.

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Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering

The Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering combines thousands of essential articles and chapters from... Read more

Chemical Engineering

Ask an Expert: Dr. John Warner

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The Chemical Engineering of Star Trek

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Chemical Engineering and Brexit: Keep Calm and Carry On

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Chemical Engineering

Ask an Academic: Ashraf Labib

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Chemical Engineering

Ask a Chemical Engineering Expert – Seán Moran

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