Chemical engineering resources for students
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New Chem & ChemEng Faculty Publications
Updated weekly, below are new articles by faculty in Stanford's Chemistry Department and Chemical Engineering Department from the Web of Science (WoS) database. Only users with a current SUNet ID can view full WoS records.
- Insight into restructuring of Pd-Au nanoparticles using EXAFS
- Physiological blood-brain transport is impaired with age by a shift in transcytosis
- Reduced scaling extended multi-state CASPT2 (XMS-CASPT2) using supporting subspaces and tensor hyper-contraction
- Enhancing the Antiviral Efficacy of RNA-Dependent RNA Polymerase Inhibition by Combination with Modulators of Pyrimidine Metabolism
- TeraChem: Accelerating electronic structure and ab initio molecular dynamics with graphical processing units
- Construction of Light-Activated Neurotrophin Receptors Using the Improved Light-Induced Dimerizer (iLID)
- Optical Activation of TrkB Signaling
- Proton-Electron Transfer to the Active Site Is Essential for the Reaction Mechanism of Soluble Delta(9)-Desaturase
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To find print and online books available at Stanford, use SearchWorks, the library catalog. To do a full-text search of ebooks and view chapters, select eBooks on xSearch. Subject categories in xSearch also include ebooks.
New chemical engineering books at Stanford
In the Library of Congress Classification Outline TP is Chemical Engineering.
Selected Library of Congress Subject Headings are grouped into four broad categories below.
When you click on a link, a saved search is run in SearchWorks showing you items the library has acquired to date that was given that subject heading.
General Chemical Engineering
- Biochemical Engineering
- Industrial Microbiology
- Microbial Biotechnology
- Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
- Engineering Village, PubMed, and SciFinder are indepth subject databases for engineering, medicine, and chemistry.
- Scopus and the Web of Science are broad multidisciplinary databases.
- xSearch searches multiple resources at one time and includes full-text sources such as ebooks, ejournals, and reference titles, as well as databases.
- Derwent Innovations Index and Espacenet are international patent databases with links to full-text.
- Derwent Innovations Index and Espacenet are international in scope and include links to the full-text.
- Both databases are included as resources in the Science and Engineering section of xSearch (see Advanced Search page).
- Patents are also included in SciFinder and are searchable by structure or chemical reaction.
- Because companies want to own the intellectual property from their research results, they publish in patents rather than in journals.
- How Do Cells Adapt? Stories Told in Landscapes
- Mechanistic Modeling of Preparative Column Chromatography for Biotherapeutics
- Quorum Sensing Communication: Molecularly Connecting Cells, Their Neighbors, and Even Devices
- Computational Fluid Dynamics for Fixed Bed Reactor Design
- Process Control and Energy Efficiency
- Sustainable Living: Bridging the North-South Divide in Lifestyles and Consumption Debates
- The State and Future of Antarctic Environments in a Global Context
- Mammal Conservation: Old Problems, New Perspectives, Transdisciplinarity, and the Coming of Age of Conservation Geopolitics
- Status, Institutions, and Prospects for Global Capture Fisheries
- Illegal Wildlife Trade: Scale, Processes, and Governance
- Is Natural Capital Really Substitutable?
- Who Should Read This Journal?
- Solar Geoengineering: Social Science, Legal, Ethical, and Economic Frameworks
- Land-Management Options for Greenhouse Gas Removal and Their Impacts on Ecosystem Services and the Sustainable Development Goals
- Food Loss and Waste: Measurement, Drivers, and Solutions
- Development of a high cell density transient CHO platform yielding mAb titers greater than 2 g/L in only 7 days
- Osmolality as a lever to modulate the N‐glycolylneuraminicacid (Neu5Gc) level of a recombinant glycoprotein produced in Chinese hamster ovary cells
- Modulation of transmembrane pressure in manufacturing scale tangential flow filtration N‐1 perfusion seed culture
- Nanoelicitor based enhancement of camptothecin production in fungi isolated from Ophiorrhiza mungos
- Highly sensitive HPLC analysis and biophysical characterization of N‐glycans of IgG‐Fc domain in comparison between CHO and 293 cells using FcγRIIIa ligand
- Exergy recovery from water heating by a Scheffler collector for more exergetic factor
- Nitrogen Oxides and Ozone in Urban Air: A Review of 50 Plus Years of Progress
- The use of artificial neural networks to estimate optimum insulation thickness, energy savings, and carbon dioxide emissions
- Evaluation of hydrogen production by molecular fragmentation of water and ammonia using the αFe2‐xMxO3 (M = Co, Ni, Cu or Zn) as photoanodes
- Optimization of dark fermentation for biohydrogen production using a hybrid artificial neural network (ANN) and response surface methodology (RSM) approach
- Flag on the play, delay of game
- Analysis of Natech risk induced by lightning strikes in floating roof tanks based on the Bayesian network model
- Experimental study on dust explosion vented through a bent duct
- The myth of episodic deflagration in large, unconfined vapor clouds
- Do not let your safe operating limits leave you S‐O‐L (out of luck)
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