Processes of Environmental Biochemodynamics
This special issue belongs to
|Emerging Trends in Chemical Engineering|
Deadline for Manuscript Submission
|March 31st, 2023|
Deadline for Publication
|April 15, 2022|
Special Issue Description
The cell is the smallest scale at which the principles of thermodynamics and motion apply. Bioengineering and systems biology are used to illustrate the mechanisms and processes that underlie chemical change, transport, and destiny as well as microbial metabolism.
The mechanisms of mass and energy exchange as well as fugacity are also discussed at various scales, from the cellular to the organism to the ecosystem. When describing the fate and movement of environmental chemicals, thermodynamics and kinetics play a crucial role.
1. System drive factors include dynamics and energy balance.
2. Dynamics of chemical reactions and phase transfer.
3. Transport across compartments and at interfaces.
* Anabolism * Bioavailability * Endothermic * Octanol-water coefficient * Toxicodynamics * Volatility * Xenobiotic * Gibbs free energy
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