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Home / Journals / American Journal of Applied Chemistry / Nano-Technology for Environmental Aspects
Nano-Technology for Environmental Aspects
Lead Guest Editor:
Marwa Elkady
Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Department, Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology, New Borg El Arab City, Alexandria, Egypt
Guest Editors
Hassan Shokry Hassan
Electronic Materials Research Department, City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications
New Borg El Arab City, Alexandria, Egypt
Paper List
Authors: M. F. Elkady, M. M. Hussein, M. M. Salama
Pages: 1-7 Published Online: Nov. 14, 2014
Views 3762 Downloads 239
Authors: Mohamed Ahmed AbdelKawy, Ahmed H. El-Shazly, Yehia El Shazly
Pages: 8-12 Published Online: Dec. 30, 2014
Views 3152 Downloads 168
Authors: Mohamed S. Mohy El-din, Mahmoud Abdel Ghafar, Abd El GawadRabiea, Hossam A. Tieama
Pages: 13-21 Published Online: Jan. 21, 2015
Views 3333 Downloads 223
Authors: M. F. Elkady, Mohamed Hussien, Reham Abou-rady
Pages: 22-30 Published Online: Jan. 23, 2015
Views 2976 Downloads 151
Authors: M. F. Elkady, M. M. Hussein, H. M. Atiaa
Pages: 31-37 Published Online: Jan. 27, 2015
Views 2670 Downloads 286
Authors: Rehab M. Ali, Mona M. Abd El Latif, Hassan A. Farag
Pages: 38-45 Published Online: Feb. 9, 2015
Views 3002 Downloads 214
Authors: M. F. Elkady, M. A. khodary, A. A. Zaatout
Pages: 46-53 Published Online: Mar. 28, 2015
Views 2724 Downloads 87
Authors: H. Shokry Hassan, M. F. Elkady, M. A. Abd El kawi, M. F. Alian
Pages: 54-59 Published Online: May 13, 2015
Views 4499 Downloads 193
Nanotechnology, the engineering and art of manipulating matter at the nanoscale (1-100 nm), offers the potential of novel nanomaterials at various life science purposes. . A wide range of researchers from civil engineering, water science, geology, environmental science, chemistry, materials science and ecotoxicology are involved in this emerging multidisciplinary field. Increasing use of engineered nanomaterials with novel properties relative to their bulk counterparts has generated a need to define their behaviors and impacts in the environment. The high surface area to volume ratio of nanoparticles results in highly reactive and physiochemically dynamic materials in environmental media. Nanomaterials for environmental aspects exists to serve the needs of diverse communities, providing a forum for the prompt communication of original and innovative developments in nanomaterials and the environment, and in an effort to improve their utilization and safety. Accordingly, this special issue covers, but is not limited to, the development and use of nanoparticles, nanomaterials and nanocomposite devices in environmental applications for water, air and soil either as environmental pollution controllers or environmental pollution detectors.
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