Neuerwerbungen im September 2021

Fach: Chemie

Stand: 06.10.2021, 06:38 -- Zahl der Neuerwerbungen: 11

Bednarski, Lukasz:
Lithium : the global race for battery dominance and the new energy revolution / Lukasz Bednarski. - London : Hurst & Company, 2021. - 282 Seiten : 216 mm
ISBN 978-1-78738-563-4
BV047379016


Goto, Masahiro:
Application of Ionic Liquids in Drug Delivery / Masahiro Goto, Muhammad Moniruzzaman. - 1st edition 2021. - Singapore : Springer Singapore, 2021. - 1 Online-Ressource (242 Seiten)
ISBN 978-981-16-4365-1
BV047461053
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Haas, Jan-Bernd:
chem.LEVEL : fachsprachlich sensibler Chemieunterricht auf Basis des Johnstone Dreiecks / Jan-Bernd Haas. - Berlin : Logos Verlag Berlin, [2021]. - 423 Seiten : 24 cm x 17 cm. - (Lernen in Naturwissenschaften - verstehen und entwickeln ; 8)
ISBN 978-3-8325-5345-6 - ISBN 3-8325-5345-2
BV047459147
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Knölker, Hans-Joachim:
Katalyse - eine Renaissance der "Eisenzeit"? / Hans-Joachim Knölker. - Stuttgart ; Leipzig : In Kommission bei S. Hirzel, [2021]. - 30 Seiten : Illustrationen, 21 cm x 14.5 cm, 74 g. - (Sitzungsberichte der Sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig. Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliche Klasse ; Band 133, Heft 4)
ISBN 978-3-7776-3015-1 - ISBN 3-7776-3015-2
BV045882898
RVK: AX 15200
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Materials science in photocatalysis / edited by Elisa I. García-López, Leonardo Palmisano. - Amsterdam, Netherlands : Elsevier, [2021]. - xix, 666 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 235 mm
SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION; 1. Fundamentals of Photocatalysis: The role of materials; SECTION 2. FUNDAMENTALS OF PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PHOTOCATALYTIC MATERIALS ; 2. Preparation of photocatalysis by chemical methodologies; 3. Preparation of Photocatalysts by Physical methodologies; 4. Flame-based synthesis of oxide nanoparticles for photocatalytic applications; 5. Methodologies of synthesis of titania & titania-graphene photocatalysts; 6. Experimental methods in thermodynamic and
kinetic studies on photocatalytic materials; 7. Photoelectrochemical characterization of photocatalysts; 8. Application of EPR techniques in the study of photocatalytic systems; 9. Approaching Photocatalysts Characterization under Real Conditions: In situ and Operando Studies; SECTION 3. OXIDES AND CALCOGENIDES; 10. Titanium (IV) Oxide; 11. Development of Hight Active Visible Light-responsive TiO2 Photocatalysts by Applying Ion Engineering Techniques; 12.^. - ^^ - Semiconductor (TiO2, ZnO, WO3,
g-C3N4)@sensitizer composites for enhanced photoinduced processes; 13. Nanostructured-based WO3 photocatalysts: recent development, activity enhancement, perspectives and applications for wastewater treatment; 14. Photoactive Systems Based on Semiconducting Metal Oxides; 15. Iron oxide-based magnetic photocatalysts: recent developments, challenges and environmental applications; 16. Strategic design of metal oxides for photocatalytic CO2 reduction; 17. Nanostructured sulphide based
photocatalysts using visible light for environmental and energy purposes; 18. Synthesis of MoS2 materials for photocatalysis applications and pollution abatement; 19. Heterogeneous photocatalysts based on iso- and heteropolytungstates; 20. Heterogeneous photo-assisted catalytic hydration/dehydrations reactions based on Keggin and Wells-Dawson type heteropolytungstates; SECTION 4. COMPOSITES AND HETEROJUNCTIONS. TERTIARY MATERIALS; 21.^. - ^^ - Niobate-based perovskites: Characterization,
preparation and photocatalytic properties; 22. Insights on the photocatalytic performances of LaFeO3 synthesized by solution combustion synthesis; 23. TiO2-copper zinc tin sulfide (CZTS) photocatalytic thin films for up-scalable wastewater treatment; 24. Graphene and graphene-oxide for enhancing the photocatalytic properties of materials; 25. Nanostructured composites bases on Bi and Ti mixed oxides for visible-light assisted heterogeneous photocatalysis; 26. Composite materials in thermo-photo
catalysis; 27. Plasmonic Nanoparticles for Photocatalysis; SECTION 5. 2D MATERIALS; 28. Graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3N4) based metal-free photocatalyst; 29. Two-dimensional Layer Double Hydroxide-Nanostructured Photocatalysts for Renewable Energy Production; 30. Two-dimensional porous organic polymer for photocatalysis; 31. Photocatalytic membranes for CO2 valorization; SECTION 6. NEW FRONTIERS IN NANOMATERIALS FOR PHOTOCATALYSIS; 32.^. - ^^ - Photocatalysis by Metal-Organic Frameworks; 33. Ti-
based metal organic frameworks for visible light photocatalysis; 34. Homogeneous photocatalysts immobilized on polymeric matrices for redox selectivity processes; 35. Soluble bio-based substances from compost as photosensitizers for a sustainable heterogeneous photocatalysis; 36. Biology-Inspired photocatalysis: recent advances in biomimetic photocatalytic nanosystems synthesis and applications; 37. Fungal Resistance on Photocatalytic Ceramic Surfaces: the ultimate role of the metal in the
Ag@TiO2 photocatalyst
ISBN 978-0-12-821859-4
BV047360331


Maurya, R. C.:
Bioinorganic chemistry : some new facets / Ram Charitra Maurya. - Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, [2021]. - XV,395 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 24 cm x 17 cm. - (De Gruyter graduate)
ISBN 3-11-072729-3 - ISBN 978-3-11-072729-6
BV047409208
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Perry, Samuel C.:
Electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction / Samuel C. Perry. - Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, [2021]. - vi, 152 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 24 cm x 17 cm. - (De Gruyter STEM)
ISBN 978-1-5015-2213-0
BV047394711
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Phosphor : Fluch und Segen eines Elements / Stefan Emeis, Kerstin Schlögl-Flierl (Hrsg.). - München : oekom verlag, [2021]. - 253 Seiten. - (Stoffgeschichten ; Band 14)
ISBN 978-3-96238-282-7
BV047461795
RVK: AR 26600
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Phytopharmaceuticals : potential therapeutic applications / edited by Durgesh Nandini Chauhan, Kamal Shah. - Hoboken, NJ : Wiley ; Beverly, MA : Scrivener Publishing, [2021]. - xx, 463 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 10 mm
The book contains developments made in medicinal plants study and phytotherapy, upgrades our scientific knowledge of herbal drug ingredients, their properties, and side effects, and promotes the use of phytopharmaceuticals obtained from plants to assist researchers and clinicians in alternative therapies.Medicinal plants have been used in traditional medicine practices since prehistoric times. These plants contain a variety of bioactive components...also known as phytochemicals...in the various
parts of plants, i.e., stems, leaves, fruits and flowers. These components supplement the needs of the systems of the human body. This book covers a range of topics concerning the bioactive compounds from medicinal plants, including how bioactive molecules are isolated from medicinal plants; their available sources, biochemistry, structural composition and potential biological activities; and the importance of the application of phytopharmaceutical molecules from a health perspective. Also
covered are pharmacological aspects of medicinal plants; the phytochemistry and biological activities of different natural products; ethnobotany and medicinal properties; a novel dietary approach for the management of various diseases and its therapeutic potential; and the importance of plant-derived pharmaceuticals and their potential range of application in different food and pharma industries. Diverse technical facets of phytopharmaceuticals for potential use in systems of the human body are
highlighted in this book, supplemented by abundant information on food science and technology.AudienceResearchers and advanced students in the chemistry of natural products, biochemistry, phytochemistry, ethnobotany, and pharmacologists will highly value this unique book. Herbal drug manufacturers and those in the food and nutraceuticals industries will be especially interested
ISBN 978-1-119-68191-5
BV047399960


Royal Society of Chemistry:
¬The Royal Society of Chemistry’s Journals / Royal Chemical Society. [L1 Gold Complete]. - London : RSC Publishing, 2008-. - Online-Ressource
89! früher DFG-geförderte Allianz-Lizenz, dann RSC Journals [Komplett] [Nationalkonsortium]; Produktsigel ZDB-1-RSCK wird gelöscht (17-02-21); das Paket L1 Gold Complete direkt bei RSC lizenziert werden(19-02-21)
BV035045923
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Springborg, Michael:
Quantum chemistry : an introduction / Michael Springborg, Meijuan Zhou. - Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, [2021]. - XI, 340 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 24 cm x 17 cm. - (Graduate)
ISBN 978-3-11-074219-0
BV047409210
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