2023 - Research.com Chemistry in Australia Leader Award
His primary scientific interests are in Biomedical engineering, Inorganic chemistry, Membrane, Chromatography and Tissue engineering. His studies in Inorganic chemistry integrate themes in fields like Arrhenius equation, Adsorption, Absorption, Potassium carbonate and Aqueous solution. His Potassium carbonate research incorporates elements of Carbon dioxide, Flue gas and Solvent.
Geoffrey W. Stevens interconnects Zinc and Phosphoric acid in the investigation of issues within Membrane. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Chromatography, Ammonia and Water treatment is strongly linked to Pulp and paper industry. His study in the field of Tissue engineered is also linked to topics like Bridging.
His primary areas of study are Chemical engineering, Analytical chemistry, Chromatography, Inorganic chemistry and Membrane. His biological study deals with issues like Adsorption, which deal with fields such as Zeolite. His research integrates issues of Mass transfer, Drop, Solvent extraction, Extraction and Phase in his study of Analytical chemistry.
Geoffrey W. Stevens regularly ties together related areas like Permeation in his Chromatography studies. His work carried out in the field of Inorganic chemistry brings together such families of science as Solvent, Chemical kinetics, Potassium carbonate, Carbon dioxide and Aqueous solution. His Carbon dioxide research integrates issues from Ionic liquid and Flue gas.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Inorganic chemistry, Chemical engineering, Mass transfer, Analytical chemistry and Carbon dioxide. His Inorganic chemistry research includes themes of Chemical kinetics, Reaction rate, Protonation, Copper and Aqueous solution. His work deals with themes such as Solvent, Adsorption, Polymer, Toluene and Catalysis, which intersect with Chemical engineering.
In his work, Absorption is strongly intertwined with Membrane, which is a subfield of Solvent. His Mass transfer study deals with the bigger picture of Chromatography. The various areas that Geoffrey W. Stevens examines in his Analytical chemistry study include Intensity and Solvent extraction, Extraction.
His primary areas of study are Inorganic chemistry, Carbon dioxide, Ionic liquid, Analytical chemistry and Extraction. His Inorganic chemistry study incorporates themes from Solvent, Chemical kinetics, Protonation, Carbonate and Aqueous solution. He combines subjects such as Potassium carbonate and Flue gas with his study of Carbon dioxide.
He focuses mostly in the field of Ionic liquid, narrowing it down to topics relating to Solubility and, in certain cases, Eutectic system and Choline chloride. He interconnects Mass transfer, Intensity, Solvent extraction and Volumetric flow rate in the investigation of issues within Analytical chemistry. His studies in Absorption integrate themes in fields like Membrane and Total inorganic carbon.
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Controllable Surface Modification of Poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) (PLGA) by Hydrolysis or Aminolysis I: Physical, Chemical, and Theoretical Aspects
Tristan I Croll;Andrea J O'Connor;Geoffrey W Stevens;Justin J Cooper-White.
Innovations in separations technology for the recycling and re-use of liquid waste streams
S.E. Kentish;G.W. Stevens.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2001)
Dynamic Forces Between Two Deformable Oil Droplets in Water
Raymond R. Dagastine;Rogério Manica;Steven L. Carnie;D. Y. C. Chan.
Review of solvent based carbon-dioxide capture technologies
Kathryn A. Mumford;Yue Wu;Kathryn H. Smith;Geoffrey W. Stevens.
Frontiers of Chemical Engineering in China (2015)
The use of ultrasonic cleaning for ultrafiltration membranes in the dairy industry
Shobha Muthukumaran;K Yang;A Seuren;Sandra E Kentish.
Separation and Purification Technology (2004)
Dynamic interactions between microbubbles in water
Ivan U. Vakarelski;Rogerio Manica;Xiaosong Tang;Sean J. O’Shea.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2010)
New murine model of spontaneous autologous tissue engineering, combining an arteriovenous pedicle with matrix materials.
Kevin J. Cronin;Aurora Messina;Kenneth R. Knight;Justin J. Cooper-White.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (2004)
Mechanisms for the ultrasonic enhancement of dairy whey ultrafiltration
Shobha Muthukumaran;Sandra E Kentish;Muthupandian Ashokkumar;Geoffrey W Stevens.
Journal of Membrane Science (2005)
The optimisation of ultrasonic cleaning procedures for dairy fouled ultrafiltration membranes
Shobha Muthukumaran;Sandra E Kentish;Sharan Lalchandani;Muthupandian Ashokkumar.
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry (2005)
Separation of biological molecules using mesoporous molecular sieves
Jenny M. Kisler;Antje Dähler;Geoffrey W. Stevens;Andrea J. O’Connor.
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials (2001)
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