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ST) SCEJ Trans-Division Symposium

ST-25. [Trans-Division Symposium] Circular Economy Driven by Chemical Engineering (Changed to Virtual)

Organizer(s): Gotoh Takehiko (Hiroshima Univ.), Ogata Takeshi (AIST), Kawakita Hidetaka (Saga Univ.)

In recent years, a shift to a circular economy from the linear economy has attracted much attention. The shift from the society of mass production and mass disposal to the society of recovery and reuse is required for environmental and resource protection. In this symposium, we will discuss about the efficient separation and recovery process, the renewable material producing process, and the efficient recycling system for the efficient reuse of waste plastics and metals to produce the next product. This is trans-division symposium organized by the Separation Processes division, the Materials an Interfaces division, and the Environment division.

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The keywords that frequently used
in this topics code.
KeywordsNumber
recycle2
biomass1

ACKN
No.
Title/Author(s)KeywordsStyle
37Selective recovery of rare earth element by hydrometallurgical process with anion adsorbed hydrogels
(Hiroshima U.) *(Reg)Gotoh Takehiko, (Stu·PCEF)Hanai Kensho, (Reg)Nakai Satoshi
Rare earth metal
Selective recovery
Hydrogel
O
241[Invited lecture] Efforts to recycle manufacturing process wastewater
(LION) (Cor)Nishikawa Naoki
recycle
wastewater
system
O
258Effect of re-extrusion condition on mechanical properties of virgin polyethylene by using a special type of twin-screw extruder
(Fukuoka U.) *(Stu)Kimura Tetsuya, Kawakami Yuki, (Stu)Kaneyasu Haruka, Phanthong Patchiya, (Reg)Yao Shigeru
twin screw extruder
polyethylene
mechanical properties
O
306Speciation of Platinum Complexes in Nitric Acid Solutions and its Separation Using Ion Exchange Resins
(AIST) *(Reg)Suzuki Tomoya, (Kansai U.) Otsubo Ukyo, (AIST) (Reg)Ogata Takeshi, (JAEA) Shiwaku Hideaki, Kobayashi Tohru, Yaita Tsuyoshi, (Kansai U.) (Reg)Matsuoka Mitsuaki, (Reg)Murayama Norihiro, (AIST) (Reg)Narita Hirokazu
Platinum complexes
Ion-exchange resins
XAFS spectroscopy
O
383Evaluation of changes in mechanical properties and lamellar structure of polyethylene treated with various shear deformation by using optical spectroscopic methods
(Fukuoka U.) *(Stu)Kaneyasu H., Phanthong P., (Reg)Yao S.
shear deformation
lamellar structure
Rheo-Raman analysis
O
540[Invited lecture] Addressing the Challenges of Plastics
(Mitsui Chemicals) (Cor)Sekiguchi Michiru
circuler economy
recycle
biomass
O
621Increase of paper production from sugarcane bagasse in Egypt as an alternative to fossil-based plastic for reducing marine plastic litter
(U. Tokyo) *(Reg)Yamamoto Mitsuo, Akter Rumana, Razafindrabe Miarisoa, (UNIDO) Nishio Nahomi
Plastic alternative material
Sugarcane bagasse
Egypt
O
754Extraction and separation of useful compounds from algae and utilization of polymeric residue
(Saga U.) *(Reg)Kawakita Hidetaka, (Stu)Hidane Takanori, Sakamura Ryota, Demura Mikihide, (Reg)Morisada Shintaro, (Reg)Ohto Keisuke
algae
separation
application
O
811Synthesis of phosphorus fertilizer from sludge ash and mass balance
(Niigata U.) *(Stu)Niwa Naoya, (Stu)Khashbaatar Zoltuya, (Reg)Kim Hee Joon
Phosphorus, sludge ash
phosphorus fertilizer
circulating society
O
822Evaluation of physical properties of Au nanoparticles biosynthesized in E. coli
(Osaka Pref. U.) *(Stu)Kikuchi Shoichiro, (Osaka Pref. U. C. T.) (Reg)Kurahashi Kensuke, (Osaka Pref. U.) Tokumoto Hayato, (Reg)Saito Takeyasu
Bio mineralization
Gold nanoparticles
Nematodes
O

List of received applications (By topics code)

List of received applications

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