China PARTICUOLOGY, a bimonthly in English, is jointly sponsored by Chinese Society of Particuology and Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and published by Elsevier B. V. and Science Press. Although the journal is China-based, it serves as a medium for all accepted papers of international origin, in addition to the best papers representing current advances in China.
The word PARTICUOLOGY was coined to parallel the Chinese professional title for the science and technology of particles, , which covers all related branches of the physical sciences including mathematics and spans a range of industries to include chemical, petrochemical, agricultural, food, pharmaceuticals, mineral processing, advanced materials, energy, and the environment.
This journal purports to present the best papers in research, engineering and application in the overall field of particuology, including particle characterization, particle preparation, aerosol, fluidization and ultra-fine particles, and ranging from the molecular level to the systems level. The Editors particularly welcome contributions on newly emerging topics that fall within the broad scope of particuology.
Core topics are: aerosol science and technology, colloids, nanotechnology, crystallization and precipitation, multiphase flow, fluidization technology, bulk solids technology, material science and engineering, pharmaceutical and bio- and medical technology, soft matter physics, food, vitamins, healthcare and personal-care products, food, coatings, ceramics, emulsions, filled functional polymers, minerals, pigments, printable pastes, sensors and catalysts, modeling and simulation of particle systems.
Top 10 Cited (articles published in the last five years)
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39 Vékás, L. | Bica, D. | Avdeev, M.V. Magnetic nanoparticles and concentrated magnetic nanofluids: Synthesis, properties and some applications China Particuology, Volume 5, Issue 1-2, 2007-02-01, Pages 43-49 27 Ma, Z. | Liu, H. Synthesis and surface modification of magnetic particles for application in biotechnology and biomedicine China Particuology, Volume 5, Issue 1-2, 2007-02-01, Pages 1-10 19 Hristov, J. | Fachikov, L. An overview of separation by magnetically stabilized beds: State-of-the-art and potential applications China Particuology, Volume 5, Issue 1-2, 2007-02-01, Pages 11-18 18 Van de Velden, M. | Baeyens, J. | Dougan, B. | McMurdo, A. Investigation of operational parameters for an industrial CFB combustor of coal, biomass and sludge China Particuology, Volume 5, Issue 4, 2007-08-01, Pages 247-254 17 Hradil, J. | Pisarev, A. | Babič, M. | Horák, D. Dextran-modified iron oxide nanoparticles China Particuology, Volume 5, Issue 1-2, 2007-02-01, Pages 162-168 17 Hong, R. | Li, J. | Wang, J. | Li, H. Comparison of schemes for preparing magnetic Fe3O4 nanoparticles China Particuology, Volume 5, Issue 1-2, 2007-02-01, Pages 186-191 16 Su, M. | Xu, F. | Cai, X. | Ren, K. | Shen, J. Optimization of regularization parameter of inversion in particle sizing using light extinction method China Particuology, Volume 5, Issue 4, 2007-08-01, Pages 295-299 16 Chen, D. | Ni, S. | Chen, Z. Synthesis of Fe3O4 nanoparticles by wet milling iron powder in a planetary ball mill China Particuology, Volume 5, Issue 5, 2007-10-01, Pages 357-358 16 Zhang, M. | Han, Z. | Zhu, L. Simulation of atmospheric aerosols in East Asia using modeling system RAMS-CMAQ: Model evaluation China Particuology, Volume 5, Issue 5, 2007-10-01, Pages 321-327 13 Wang, Y. | Forssberg, E. Enhancement of energy efficiency for mechanical production of fine and ultra-fine particles in comminution China Particuology, Volume 5, Issue 3, 2007-06-01, Pages 193-201
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