Countering corrosion

MATERIALS & TECHNOLOGY

Anyone who works with metal recognizes the constant threat of corrosion, a problem that becomes especially profound for structures installed in the world’s oceans.

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Can. J. Chem. Eng. Virtual Issue

PUBLICATIONS

The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering has a new Virtual Issue, featuring all of the papers in our Experimental Methods in Chemical Engineering series. This special series of mini-review papers began with the preface in November 2018. The Virtual Issue compiles 13 articles that have been published since then or will be published in upcoming...

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Seeking a wider market for automotive batteries

PUBLICATIONS

The August issue of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering is marking a research initiative dedicated to improving the commercial prospects of lithium battery storage. This special issue section showcases efforts in Canada to develop melt synthesis and manufacturing processes for lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4 or LFP) as a cost-effective alternative to conventional battery cathode...

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Exciting increase to Can. J. Chem. Eng.’s impact factor

PUBLICATIONS

The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering recently received exciting news: our 2-year impact factor has increased from 1.265 to 1.610. The journal’s 5-year impact factor has also increased from 1.395 to 1.495. These increases mean that the journal’s impact factor is at a new all-time high, thanks to the high-quality research from our authors. Journal...

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Publisher offers open access discount to CSChE member

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS

During International Open Access Week, October 22–28, 2018, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering was pleased to announce that CSChE members will now receive a 25% discount on open access publishing in our journal. As the push for open access research gains momentum from researchers, funding agencies, and research partners, Can. J. Chem. Eng. wants...

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