Conchi O. Ania focuses on Adsorption, Carbon, Activated carbon, Inorganic chemistry and Chemical engineering. Adsorption is a subfield of Organic chemistry that Conchi O. Ania tackles. Conchi O. Ania has included themes like Microporous material, Catalysis, Mesoporous material and Hydrocarbon in his Carbon study.
His Activated carbon research incorporates elements of Aqueous two-phase system, Wastewater, Phenol, Oxidizing agent and Dibenzothiophene. The Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Polarization, Sorption, Electrode, Nanoporous and Aqueous solution. His research in Chemical engineering intersects with topics in Porosity and Supercapacitor.
His main research concerns Adsorption, Carbon, Chemical engineering, Inorganic chemistry and Activated carbon. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wastewater, Microporous material, Molecule, Zeolite and Aqueous solution. The concepts of his Carbon study are interwoven with issues in Nanotechnology, Photochemistry, Catalysis, Mesoporous material and Phenol.
His Chemical engineering research incorporates themes from Porosity, Organic chemistry and Electrochemistry. As a part of the same scientific study, Conchi O. Ania usually deals with the Inorganic chemistry, concentrating on Carbonization and frequently concerns with Resorcinol and Polymerization. His Activated carbon study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Thermal treatment, Chromatography, Hydrocarbon and Dibenzothiophene.
Conchi O. Ania spends much of his time researching Chemical engineering, Adsorption, Carbon, Nanoporous and Porosity. His study in Chemical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mesoporous material, Hydrogen bond, Aqueous solution and Explosive material. He has included themes like Orthorhombic crystal system, Magazine, Aluminosilicate, Effluent and Zeolite in his Adsorption study.
His Carbon study incorporates themes from Propellant and Energetic material. His Nanoporous study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Characterization, Detonation, Microporous material, Nanopore and Reactivity. The various areas that he examines in his Porosity study include Conductivity, Dispersion and Polymer.
His primary areas of study are Adsorption, Nanoporous, Aqueous solution, Chemical engineering and Activated carbon. His Adsorption research integrates issues from Chemical physics, Hydrogen, Microporous material and Extraction. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Porosity, Volume, Effluent, Carbon and Inert gas.
His research investigates the connection between Nanoporous and topics such as Characterization that intersect with issues in Porous carbon, Molecule and Density functional theory. His Aqueous solution research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Oxide, Inorganic chemistry, Ferrocyanide, Electrolyte and Graphene. His Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Raw material, Condensation polymer and SISAL.
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The Large Electrochemical Capacitance of Microporous Doped Carbon Obtained by Using a Zeolite Template
Conchi O. Ania;Volodymyr Khomenko;Encarnacion Raymundo-Pinero;José B. Parra.
Advanced Functional Materials (2007)
Effect of microwave and conventional regeneration on the microporous and mesoporous network and on the adsorptive capacity of activated carbons
C.O. Ania;J.B. Parra;J.A. Menéndez;J.J. Pis.
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials (2005)
Importance of Structural and Chemical Heterogeneity of Activated Carbon Surfaces for Adsorption of Dibenzothiophene
Conchi O Ania;Teresa J Bandosz.
Microwave-induced regeneration of activated carbons polluted with phenol. A comparison with conventional thermal regeneration
C.O. Ania;J.A. Menéndez;J.B. Parra;J.J. Pis.
Waste-derived activated carbons for removal of ibuprofen from solution : Role of surface chemistry and pore structure
Ana S. Mestre;João Pires;José M.F. Nogueira;Jose B. Parra.
Bioresource Technology (2009)
Deep eutectic solvents as both precursors and structure directing agents in the synthesis of nitrogen doped hierarchical carbons highly suitable for CO2 capture
María C. Gutiérrez;Daniel Carriazo;Conchi O. Ania;Jose B. Parra.
Energy and Environmental Science (2011)
Transferable Force Field for Carbon Dioxide Adsorption in Zeolites
Almudena García-Sánchez;Conchi O. Ania;José B. Parra;David Dubbeldam.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2009)
H2, N2, CO, and CO2 sorption properties of a series of robust sodalite-type microporous coordination polymers.
Jorge A. R. Navarro;Elisa Barea;Juan M. Salas;Norberto Masciocchi.
Inorganic Chemistry (2006)
A computational study of CO2, N2, and CH4 adsorption in zeolites
E. García-Pérez;J. B. Parra;C. O. Ania;A. García-Sánchez.
Adsorption-journal of The International Adsorption Society (2007)
Removal of an analgesic using activated carbons prepared from urban and industrial residues
I. Cabrita;B. Ruiz;A.S. Mestre;I.M. Fonseca.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2010)
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