Eugénia A. Macedo spends much of her time researching Thermodynamics, Solubility, Aqueous solution, Organic chemistry and Ionic liquid. Her study in Thermodynamics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Solvent, Phase, Flory–Huggins solution theory, UNIQUAC and UNIFAC. The Solubility study combines topics in areas such as Ethanol, Inorganic chemistry, Gravimetric analysis, Activity coefficient and Sugar.
As a part of the same scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Aqueous solution, focusing on Solubility equilibrium and, on occasion, Chemical equilibrium and Stereochemistry. Her studies in Organic chemistry integrate themes in fields like Differential scanning calorimetry and Atmospheric temperature range. Her research in the fields of Dicyanamide overlaps with other disciplines such as Kinetic energy.
Her primary scientific interests are in Organic chemistry, Thermodynamics, Aqueous solution, Solubility and Ionic liquid. Eugénia A. Macedo interconnects Physical chemistry and Analytical chemistry in the investigation of issues within Organic chemistry. Her Thermodynamics research incorporates elements of UNIFAC, Non-random two-liquid model and Activity coefficient.
Her Aqueous solution study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Amino acid, Partition coefficient, Chromatography, Phase and Polymer. Her research integrates issues of Inorganic chemistry, Dissolution, Differential scanning calorimetry, Molecule and UNIQUAC in her study of Solubility. Her work on Dicyanamide as part of her general Ionic liquid study is frequently connected to Atmospheric pressure, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
Her primary areas of investigation include Ionic liquid, Aqueous solution, Organic chemistry, Inorganic chemistry and PEG ratio. Eugénia A. Macedo combines subjects such as Activity coefficient, Alkyl and Thermodynamics with her study of Ionic liquid. Her work focuses on many connections between Thermodynamics and other disciplines, such as Trifluoromethanesulfonate, that overlap with her field of interest in Heat capacity.
The various areas that Eugénia A. Macedo examines in her Aqueous solution study include Amino acid, Partition coefficient, Potassium sodium tartrate, Phase and Binodal. Eugénia A. Macedo combines topics linked to Analytical chemistry with her work on Organic chemistry. Her Inorganic chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Potassium, Dicyanamide and Solubility.
Her main research concerns Ionic liquid, Biorefining, Organic chemistry, Sugar and Fructose. Her Ionic liquid research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Heat capacity, Viscosity, Thermodynamics, Ion and Trifluoromethanesulfonate. Her studies examine the connections between Thermodynamics and genetics, as well as such issues in Methanol, with regards to Thermal expansion and Speed of sound.
A large part of her Organic chemistry studies is devoted to Alkyl. The Sugar study which covers Sorbitol that intersects with Analytical chemistry. Her research in Fructose intersects with topics in Hydrolysis, Galactose and Sucrose.
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Solubility of NaCl, NaBr, and KCl in Water, Methanol, Ethanol, and Their Mixed Solvents
Simão P. Pinho† and;Eugénia A. Macedo.
Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data (2005)
Calculation of phase equilibria for solutions of strong electrolytes in solvent-water mixtures
Eugénia A. Macedo;Per Skovborg;Peter Rasmussen.
Chemical Engineering Science (1990)
Aqueous Solubility of Some Natural Phenolic Compounds
Fátima L. Mota;António J. Queimada;Simão P. Pinho;Eugénia A. Macedo.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2008)
Vapor-liquid equilibriums by UNIFAC group contribution. Revision and extension. 3
Eugenia Almeida Macedo;Ulrich Weidlich;Juergen Gmehling;Peter Rasmussen.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Process Design and Development (1983)
Temperature Dependence and Structural Influence on the Thermophysical Properties of Eleven Commercial Ionic Liquids
Raquel G. Seoane;Sandra Corderí;Elena Gómez;Noelia Calvar.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2012)
Unified approach to the self-diffusion coefficients of dense fluids over wide ranges of temperature and pressure—hard-sphere, square-well, Lennard–Jones and real substances
Hongqin Liu;Carlos M. Silva;Eugénia A. Macedo.
Chemical Engineering Science (1998)
Immobilization of commercial laccase onto green coconut fiber by adsorption and its application for reactive textile dyes degradation
Raquel O. Cristóvão;Ana P.M. Tavares;Ana Iraidy Brígida;José M. Loureiro.
Journal of Molecular Catalysis B-enzymatic (2011)
Temperature and solvent effects in the solubility of some pharmaceutical compounds: Measurements and modeling.
Fátima L. Mota;Aristides P. Carneiro;António J. Queimada;Simão P. Pinho.
European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2009)
1-Octanol/water partition coefficients of n-alkanes from molecular simulations of absolute solvation free energies
Nuno M. Garrido;António J. Queimada;Miguel Jorge;Eugénia A. Macedo.
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation (2009)
Solubilities of Biologically Active Phenolic Compounds: Measurements and Modeling
António J. Queimada;Fátima L. Mota;Simão P. Pinho;Eugénia A. Macedo.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2009)
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