Adsorption Science and Technology

editor: Prof. Erich A. Müller

published 10 times a year • ISSN 0263-6174 • 2014 journal prices/format options

2014 is volume 32

Indexed in (among others): SCOPUS; Chemistry Citation Index; Compendex, Web of Science (ISI)

 

Adsorption Science & Technology is a journal devoted to studies of adsorption and desorption phenomena, which publishes original research papers and critical review articles, with occasional special issues relating to particular topics and symposia. Recent issues have included studies of the pore structure and surface chemistry of active carbons, discussions of the application of the Dubinin-Radushkevich equation, the effect of cation-exchange on the sorption properties of zeolites, studies of the isosteric and differential heats of gas adsorption on microporous active carbons, and investigations of high-area manganese oxides by nitrogen adsorption.

The editor particulary welcomes manuscripts concerning emerging techniques and applications such as multi-component gas-phase adsorption and liquid adsorption processes for green chemistry and biochemistry.

Ten issues a year are published. All papers and articles are subject to peer review before a decision is taken regarding their suitability and every effort is made to ensure their publication as quickly as possible.

 

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Adsorption Science & Technology editorial board

Editor
Prof. Erich A. Müller
Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London,
South Kensington Campus,
London SW7 2AZ, UK
E-mail: ast-editor@imperial.ac.uk

Honorary Editor
Professor K.S.W. Sing,
formerly of Department of Chemistry, Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK.

Deputy Editors
Joaquín Silvestre-Albero
Universidad de Alicante, Spain.
Carlos Wexler
University of Missouri, USA.

Advisory Board
M. Anderson
University of Wisconsin–Madison, U.S.A.

T.J. Bandosz
The City University of New York, U.S.A.

G. Baron
Vrije University, Brussels, Belgium

R. Bradley
Oxford University, UK

P.J.M. Carrott
Unversidade de Évora, Portugal.

C.L. Cavalcante Jr.
Universidade Federal de Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil.

R.P.O. Denoyel
Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence, France.

D.D. Do
University of Queensland, Brisbane,
Australia.

E.R. Graber
The Volcani Centre, Israel.

M. Jaroniec
Kent State University, U.S.A.

K. Kaneko
Shinhu University, Japan

N. Kanellopulos
NCSR Demokritos, Greece.

F. Kapteijn
Delft University of Technology,
Netherlands.

J.U. Keller
Universität Siegen, Germany.

R. Levya Ramos
University of San Luis Potosí, México.

N. Nakai
BEL Japan Inc.

A. Neimark
Rutgers, U.S.A.

L.R. Radovic
Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A.

J. Ragai
The American University in Cairo, Egypt.

F. Rodriguez Reinoso
Universidad de Alicante, Spain.

W. Rudzinski
Marie Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland.

N. Seaton
University of Surrey, U.K.

S. Sircar
Lehigh University, Bethlehem, U.S.A.

R.Q. Snurr
Northwestern University, U.S.A.

V. Strelco
Institute for Sorption, Kiev, Ukraine.

R. T. Yang
The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, U.S.A.

L. Zhou
Tianjin University, P.R. China.

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