The following recently published books are relevant to the chemical process industries (CPI):
Membrane-Based Salinity Gradient Processes for Water Treatment and Power Generation. Edited by Sarper Sarp and Nidal Hilal, Elsevier Press, 2018, 366 pages, $187.00.
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen: From Fundamentals to Applied Research. Edited by Viktor Hacker and Shigenori Mitsushima. Elsevier Press, 2018, 296 pages, $195.50.
Current Trends and Future Developments on (Bio-)Membranes: Carbon Dioxide Separation/Capture by Using Membranes. By Angelo Basile and Evangelos Favvas, Elsevier Press, 2018, 668 pages, $221.00.
Careers in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. By Victor H. Edwards and Suzanne Shelley, CRC Press, 2018, 188 pages, $59.95.
Sustainable Chemical Production Processes. By Guy Marin and Kevin Geem, DeGruyter Press, 2018, 510 pages, $160.99.
Proceedings of the International Petroleum and Petrochemical Technology Conference 2018. Edited by Scott Shemwell and Jia’en Lin, Springer Press, 2018, 231 pages. $219.99.
Hydrogenation: Catalysts and Processes. Edited by S. David Jackson, DeGruyter Press, 2018, 260 pages, $103.99.
Biodesulfurization in Petroleum Refining. Nour Shafik El-Gendy and Hussein Nabil Nassar, Wiley-Scrivener Publishing, 2018, 1,200 pages, $295.00.
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