Emerging Environmental Technologies by Vishal ShahEmerging Environmental Technologies by Vishal Shah

Emerging Environmental Technologies

EditorVishal Shah

Paperback | October 19, 2010

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With increasing attention being paid to the changing environment and the underlining reasons from the change, scientists are working at a faster pace to invent technologies that could have a positive impact. This book exclusively focuses on the technologies that would be in the forefront in near to far future. Each and every article in the book is peer-reviewed and discusses the current environmental challenges, the novel innovation and future directions. The topics covered in the book include microbial fuel cells, hybrid solar lighting, bacterial swimming for environmental remediation, cleaner engines, nanoparticles for effluent treatment, surface catalysis and proteins as gas hydrates inhibitors. This book will be suitable for academicians, industries and governmental/non-governmental agencies in the field of environmental sciences and technology.
Dr. Shah obtained his doctorate degree from Sardar Patel University, India, he then became a UNESCO-ROSTE Fellow at the Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic, Prague. He did his post-doctorate research at Polytechnic University, New York and is currently an Assistant Professor in Environmental Microbiology at Dowling College, New York....
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Title:Emerging Environmental TechnologiesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:186 pagesPublished:October 19, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048179874

ISBN - 13:9789048179879

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Table of Contents

1: Understanding the distinguishing features of a microbial fuel cell as a biomass-based renewable energy technologyRittmann, B. E., Torres, C. I. & Marcus, A. K. 2: Screening microbes for ice-associating proteins with potential application as 'green inhibitors' for gas hydratesWalker, V. K., Wilson, S. L., Wu, Z., Miao, D. N., Zeng, H., Ripmeester, J. A & Palmer, G. R. 3: Surface Reactions: Bio-catalyst an emerging alternativeMahapatro, A. & Bhure, R.4: Enabling simultaneous reductions in fuel consumption, NOx and CO2 via modeling and control of residual-affected low temperature combustionShaver, G.5: Flexible sunlight- the history and progress of hybrid solar lightingMaxey, C.6: Synthesis, characterization and application of magnetic nanocomposites for the removal of heavy metals from industrial effluentsXu, Z. & Dong, J.7: Application of bacterial swimming and chemotaxis for enhanced bioremediationSingh, R. & Olson, M. S.