While you may be feeling that you would like to move on from 2020, we thought it would be worth looking back at the year one last time in order to celebrate some of the exciting research published in Can. J. Chem. Eng. by authors in Canada and worldwide. We compiled a collection featuring the top downloaded papers that were published in 2020, aptly named 2020 in Review: Most Downloaded Articles. It includes articles from our Established Leaders and Experimental Methods Special Series and features authors from University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, Polytechnique Montréal, University of Ottawa, University of Calgary, University of British Columbia, and McGill University, among others. Have a look and see if any of the titles catch your eye.
- Experimental methods in chemical engineering: Residence time distribution—RTD
- High‐performance photocatalysts for the selective oxidation of alcohols to carbonyl compounds
- Experimental methods in chemical engineering: X‐ray diffraction spectroscopy—XRD
- A CFD‐DEM approach to study the breakup of fractal agglomerates in an internal mixer
- The development of industrial (thermal) processes in the context of sustainability: The case for microwave heating
- Process intensification connects scales and disciplines towards sustainability
- Challenges in engineering conductive protein fibres: Disentangling the knowledge
- Carbon nanotube/ZnO nanowire/polyvinylidene fluoride hybrid nanocomposites for enhanced electromagnetic interference shielding
- Rheology and processing of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) paste
- Experimental methods in chemical engineering: Rheometry
- Experimental methods in chemical engineering: Process simulation
- Hydrogenation to convert CO2 to C1 chemicals: Technical comparison of different alternatives by process simulation
- A review of heat‐transfer mechanism for solid deposition from “waxy” or paraffinic mixtures
- Sustainable polymer reaction engineering: Are we there yet?
- Therapeutic potential of a cell penetrating peptide (CPP, NP1) mediated siRNA delivery: Evidence in 3D spheroids of colon cancer cells
This virtual issue will be free to access for February and March, so be sure to explore it soon.