Environmental Mechanochemistry: Recycling Waste into Materials using High-Energy Ball Milling


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Environmental Mechanochemistry: Recycling Waste into Materials using High-Energy Ball Milling Author: Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
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Pages: 619 Illustrations and other contents: 277 Illustrations, color; 194 Illustrations, black and white; XVI, 619 p. 471 illus., 277 illus. in color. Language: English ISBN: 9783030752262 Categories: ,

This book provides a comprehensive overview on mechanochemistry including its history, high-energy ball milling process, equipment used and fundamentals behind the observed scientific phenomena. It also shows that mechanochemistry is highly applicable in the field of waste treatment. The text reviews 1017 studies utilizing mostly high-energy ball milling for the treatment of various types of consumer, technogenic and agricultural waste. The text is divided into chapters based on individual waste types. The book presents an Appendix compiling all studies arranged according to the application that the recycled waste is meant for. In this way, readers from both academia and companies interested either in the treatment of a particular waste, or particular application might easily locate sections of interest.

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Author Biography

Dr. Matej Balaz graduated in chemistry at Faculty of Science, P. J. Safarik Unviersity in Kosice, Slovakia in 2011. Since then, he works in the Department of Mechanochemistry at the Institute of Geotechnics, Slovak Academy of Sciences in Kosice, Slovakia. He received his Ph.D. degree in 2015 and since then, he has been working as a postdoctoral researcher in the field of mechanochemistry. His areas of research include inorganic synthesis (sulfides), waste treatment (eggshell), organic synthesis (oximes) and nanomaterials production (Ag nanoparticles).