Special Issue "Supercritical Processing and Applications in Materials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 September 2022) | Viewed by 6011
Interests: nanotechnology; liposomes; niosomes; transfersomes; aerogels; biomaterials, nanomedicine
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Supercritical fluid (SCF)-based techniques are attracting growing interest among researchers and industry as a green alternative to traditional processes, thanks to the properties of SCFs such as liquid-like densities and gas-like transport properties that can be tuned in varying process operative conditions (i.e., pressure and temperature). In particular, carbon dioxide (CO2) is the most frequently used supercritical fluid thanks to its mild critical temperature (31.1 °C), low critical pressure (73.8 bar), and inertness. Depending on the role played by supercritical CO2, different processes have been successfully used for the production of various porous materials (like aerogels, membranes, and foams), micro- and nanoparticles, co-precipitates, liposomes, and so on.
The aim of this Special Issue is to collect research and review papers on different supercritical CO2 applications in the production of advanced materials at enhanced properties, to be used in the pharmaceutical, biomedical, food, and energy fields.
Dr. Lucia Baldino
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- supercritical CO2
- micro- and nanoparticles
- drug delivery