Center for Environmentally Beneficial Catalysis
The Center for Environmentally Beneficial Catalysis is a National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center. CEBC is headquartered at The University of Kansas, with core partnerships with The University of Iowa, Washington University in St. Louis, and Prairie View A&M University.
The vision of CEBC is to create transformational technologies for the Chemical Industry that are ecologically responsible, inherently safe, and economically attractive.
In partnership with industry, CEBC is developing advanced technologies that minimize waste generation, protect environmental quality, improve global competitiveness, and promote a better quality of life.
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This collection contains publications by faculty affiliated with the Center for Environmentally Beneficial Catalysis.
(American Institute of Physics, 2007-02-21)Carbon-dioxide-expanded liquids, which are mixtures of organic liquids and compressed CO2, are novel media used in chemical processing. The authors present a molecular simulation study of the transport properties of liquid ...
Influence of temperature and viscosity on anthracene rotational diffusion in organic solvents: Molecular dynamics simulations and fluorescence anisotropy study (American Institute of Physics, 1997-01-01)Molecular dynamics simulations and fluorescenceanisotropy decay measurements are used to investigate the rotational diffusion of anthracene in two organic solvents—cyclohexane and 2-propanol—at several temperatures. Molecular ...
beta-tubulin C354 mutations that severely decrease microtubule dynamics do not prevent nuclear migration in yeast (American Society for Cell Biology, 2002-08)Microtubule dynamics are influenced by interactions of microtubules with cellular factors and by changes in the primary sequence of the tubulin molecule. Mutations of yeast beta-tubulin C354, which is located near the ...