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7th Italian Conference on Supercritical Fluids
General Summary


Plenary Sessions

Plenary 1

Plenary 2

Plenary 3



Materials

SCF Properties

Reactions

Mp : Polymers

Ts : Solubility and phase equilibria

Rp : Polymerisation

Mn : New Materials

Tp : Physico-chemical Properties

Rw : Hydrothermal

Md : Particle Design

Rv : Various


Natural

Process & Equipment

N : Natural

E : Process & Equipment




Plenary 1 Formation and design of fine particles using SCF.
Knez Z., University of Maribor (Slovenia)

Plenary 2 Supercritical Fluids and Nanotechnology.
Gulari E., National Science Foundation, Arlington (USA)

Plenary 3 A Novel and Environmentally Benign Approach to Combine Reactions and Separations using Ionic Liquids and Supercritical Carbon Dioxide
Shariati A., Gutkowski K., Kroon M.C., Toussaint V.A., Florusse L.J. and Peters C.J., Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands)


Mp : Polymers

Mp01 INVESTIGATION OF SUPERCRITICAL CO2 SORPTION BY POLYSTYRENE AND FORMATION OF POROUS SRUCTURES.
Nikolaev A., Gallyamov M., Khokhlov A., Lomonosov Moscow State University, Nikitin L., Vinokur R., Said-Galiyev E., Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelements Compounds, Moscow (Russia) and Schaumburg K., Roskillde University (Denmark)

Mp02 INVESTIGATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF INJECTING PRESSURIZED CO2 ON THE HOT MELT EXTRUSION PROCESS AND THE EXTRUDATE PROPERTIES OF PVP-VA 64.
Verreck G., Arien T., Peeters J., Brewster M., Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Research & Development, Beerse, Van den Mooter G., Laboratorium voor Farmacotechnologie en Biofarmacie, Leuven (Belgium), Li H. and Tomasko D., Ohio State University, Columbu (USA)

Mp03 IMPROVEMENT OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF POLYMERS WITH A SUPERCRITICAL CO2 BASED PROCESS.
Del Re G., Ponti P.P., Di Giacomo G. and Bettinardi F., Universita' di l'Aquila (Italy)

Mp04 INVESTIGATION OF CO2 DIFFUSION AT ELEVATED PRESSURES THROUGH POLYMER FILMS.
Nikitin L., Vinokur R., Said-Galiyev E., Khokhlov A., Ronova I., Rozhkov E., Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelements Compounds, Moscow, Khametov D., Gallyamov M., Lomonosov Moscow State University and Alentiev A, Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis, Moscow (Russia)

Mp05 MASS SWELLING OF PVDF EXPOSED TO SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Filardo G., Abduljawad M., Galia A. and Scialdone O., University of Palermo (Italy)

Mp06 SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS AND MATERIALS NETWORK.
Fouassier O., I.C.M.C.B., Pessac (France)

Mp07 MAXIMUM ATTAINABLE COLORATION OF POLYESTER IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Van der Kraan M., Abdaou E., Fernandez-Cid M.V, Veugelers W.J.T., Woerlee G.F and Witkamp G.J., Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands)

Mp08 EFFECT OF SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE ON THE ORDERING AND AGGREGATION OF POLYSTYRENE LATEX PARTICLES.
Cabanas A., Enciso E., Carbajo M.C., Torralvo M.J., Pando C. and Renuncio J.A, Universidad Complutensede, Madrid (Spain)


Mn : New Materials

Mn01 SUPERCRITICAL FLUID AIDED FUNCTIONALIZATION OF AEROGEL CATALYSTS.
Li H., Sunol S.-G. and Sunol A.-K., University of South Florida (USA)

Mn02 SUPERCRITICAL CO2 DRYING OF SILICA AEROGELS SYNTHESIZED IN 2-PROPANOL.
Masmoudi Y., Rigacci A., Achard P. and Cauneau F., Ecole des Mines de Paris (France)

Mn03 SURFACE MODIFICATIONS IN SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS. APPLICATION TO NEW CORE-SHELL STRUCTURES
Aymonier C., Marre S. and Cansell F., I.C.M.C.B., Pessac (France)

Mn04 SUPERCRITICAL FLUID TREATMENT METHOD FOR DELAMINATING AND COATING OF LAYERED MATERIALS.
Serhatkulu G.K., Marre S. and Gulari E., Wayne State University, Detroit (USA)

Mn05 APPLICATION OF SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE IN THE PREPARATION OF BIODEGRADABLE POLYLACTIDE MEMBRANES.
Xu Q., Pang M., Peng Q., Li J., Jiang Y. and Wang H., Zhengzhou University (China)

Mn06 MEMBRANES FORMATION BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS.
Reverchon E. and Cardea S., University of Salerno (Italy)

Mn07 SYNTHESIS AND PROPERTIES OF INORGANIC MEMBRANE.
Agoudjil N., Malek Z., FacultÚ de Chimie USTHB, Bab Ezzouar, Alger (AlgÚrie) and Larbo A., Ecole SupÚrieure de Chimie, Montpellier (France)

Mn08 SYNTHESIS OF PT-RU NANOPOROUS FIBERS BY THE NANOSCALE CASTING PROCESS USING SUPERCRITICAL CO2 FOR ELECTROCATALITYC APPLICATIONS.
Wayakama H., Hatanaka T. and Fukushima Y., Toyota Central R & D, Nagakute (Japan)

Mn09 PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ANTIBACTERIAL ADSORBENTS MATERIALS ELABORATED FROM THE MORROCAN OIL SHALES OF TIMAHDIT.
Ichcho S., Alhimidi N., Ezzine M., Hannache H, Elkanouni A., FacultÚ des Sciences Ben M'sik, Casablanca (Maroc), Pallier R. and Naslain R., University of Bordeaux I (France)


Md : Particle Design

Md01 IS IT POSSIBLE TO ENHANCE THE DISSOLUTION RATE OF POORLY-SOLUBLE ACTIVE INGREDIENTS BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID PROCESSES ?
Perrut M., Jung J. and Leboeuf F., SÚparex, Champigneulles (France)

Md02 PRODUCTION OF MICRO-PARTICLES WITH sc-CO2. COMPARISON OF PCA AND GAS PRECIPITATION TECHNIQUES FOR DIFFERENT PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOUNDS.
Fusaro F., Hńnchen M. and Mazzotti M., Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Muhrer G., Novartis Pharma, Basel (Switzerland) and Subramaniam B., University of Kansas (USA)

Md03 RESSAS : A PROMISING TECHNOLOGY FOR IMPROVING SOLUBILITY OF POORLY WATER-SOLUBLE PHARMACEUTICALS.
TŘrk M. and Lietzow R., University of Karlsruhe (Germany)

Md04 FORMATION OF FINE PARTICLES - A COMPARISON OF PCA AND RESS PROCESS.
Kr÷ber H., Teipei U. and Krause H., Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal (Germany)

Md05 TREHALOSE MICRONIZATION USING GAS ANTISOLVENT PROCESS.
Del Re G., Di Giacomo G., Universita' di l'Aquila and Gentile M., Centro Ricerche Dompe' S.p.A, L'Aquila (Italy)

Md06 Design and Engineering of Injectable Microparticles for Sustained Release of Therapeutic Proteins Using a Supercritical Fluid Coating Process.
Deschamps F., Thomas O., Aubreton R, Richard J., Mainelab, Angers. and DeConti A.M., Ethypharm, Saint-Cloud (France)

Md07 A SUPERCRITICAL PROCESS TO PRODUCE COCOA BUTTER AND CHOCOLATE PARTICLES FOR THE SEEDING OF CHOCOLATE.
Letourneau J.-J., Englert K., Rodier E. and Fages J., Ecole des Mines d'Albi-Carmeaux (France)

Md08 PROCESS DEVELOPMENT AND MODELLING FOR PARTICLE FORMATION OF EDIBLE FATS USING SUPERCRITICAL MELT MICRONISATION (ScMM).
MŘnŘklŘ P., Wubbolts F. and Jansens P., Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands)

Md09 HOLLOW MICROMETRIC PARTICLES PRODUCTION BY SUPERCRITICAL ANTISOLVENT PRECIPITATION.
Caputo G., De Marco I and Reverchon E., University of Salerno (Italy)

Md10 PREPARATION AND EVALUATION OF DRUG/ ▀-CYCLODEXTRIN SOLID INCLUSION COMPLEXES BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID TECHNOLOGY.
Hussein Kh., Wahl M., University of TŘbingen and TŘrk M., University of Karlsruhe (Germany)

Md11 INCLUSION COMPLEX FORMATION OF SALICYLIC ACID IN TRIACETYL-▀-CYCLODEXTRINS IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Junco S., Casimiro T. and Cabral-Marques H., Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal)

Md12 DENSE GAS ANTISOLVENT PROCESSING OF CYCLODEXTRINS FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS.
Foster N., Mammucari R. and Dehghani F., The University of New South Wales, Sydney (Australia)

Md13 PRODUCTION OF SOLID-LIPID-MICROPARTICLES BY HIGH-PRESSURE GAS ASSISTED TECHNIQUE.
Flaibani M., Bertucco A., Elvassore N. and Caliceti P., University of Padova (Italy)

Md14 PRECIPITATION OF LYCOPENE BY CONTINUOUS SUPERCRITICAL ANTISOLVENT PROCESS.
Miguel F., Cocero M.J., Gamse T and Indacoechea I., University of Valladolid (Spain)

Md15 COATING OF NANOPARTICLES USING A SUPERCRITICAL ANTI SOLVENT ( SAS) PROCESS.
Calderone M. , Rodier E., Letourneau J.J. and Fages J., Ecole des Mines d'Albi-Carmaux (France)

Md16 WATER AS MODIFIER OF THE DMSO-CO2 PHASE BEHAVIOUR : NEW APPROACH FOR POLYMER MICRONIZATION USING THE PCA PROCESS.
Perez Y., Wubbolts F.E., Witkamp G.J., Jansens P.J., Delft University of Technology, Pellikaan H., Feyecon D & I.B.V, Weesp, Wiggenhorn M. and Borchard G., Amsterdam Center for Drug Research, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

Md17 SYNTHESIS OF ORGANIC-INORGANIC HYBRID NANOPARTICLES
Adschiri A., Takami S., Umetsu M., and Ohara S., Tohoku University, Sendai (Japan)

Md18 ANTISOLVENT CO-PRECIPITATION OF BIODEGRADABLE POLYMERS AND DRUGS.
Alessi P., Cortesi A., Kikic I., Vecchione F., University of Trieste (Italy) and Khimeche K., Ecole Polytechnique, Alger (Algeria)

Md19 MICRONIZATION OF LYSOZYME USING SUPERCRITICAL ASSISTED ATOMISATION.
Della Porta G. , Spada A and Reverchon E., University of Salerno (Italy)

Md20 SUPERCRITICAL ANTISOLVENT CRYSTALLIZATION OF THEOPHYLLINE : EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL INVESTIGATION.
Subra P., Vega Gonzalez A., L.I.M.H.P., Villetaneuse (France) and Laudani C.G., University of Salerno (Italy)

Md21 MICRONISATION OF VANILLINS BY PGSSTM USING VARIOUS COMPRESSED GASES.
Knez Z., Cretnik L. and Skerget M., University of Maribor (Slovenia)

Md22 NOZZLE SELECTION AND OPTIMIZATION OF PROCESS CONDITIONS FOR THE SUPERCRITICAL-DRYING OF LYSOZYME.
Bouchard A., Hofland G.W, Witkamp G.J., Delft University of Technology, Jovanovic N., Crommelin D.J.A. and Jiskoot W., Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences (The Netherlands)

Md23 ENHANCEMENT OF DISSOLUTION RATE OF POORLY-SOLUBLE ACTIVE INGREDIENTS BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID PROCESSES. PART. I : MICRONIZATION OF NEAT PARTICLES
Perrut M., Jung J. and Leboeuf F., SÚparex, Champigneulles (France)

Md24 ENHANCEMENT OF DISSOLUTION RATE OF POORLY-SOLUBLE ACTIVE INGREDIENTS BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID PROCESSES PART II : PREPARATION OF COMPOSITE PARTICLES.
Perrut M., Jung J. and Leboeuf F., SÚparex, Champigneulles (France)

Md25 CONTROLLED PRECIPITATION OF ACTIVE PHARMACEUTICAL INGREDIENTS EMPLOYING SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS : SCALE-UP CONSIDERATIONS.
Arien A., Brewster M., Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Research and Development, Beerse and de Witte B., Janssen Pharmaceutica N.V, Geel (Belgium)

Md26 CHARACTERIZATION OF NALMEFENE HYDROCHLORIDE MICRONIZED BY SUPERCRITICAL ANTISOLVENT TECHNIQUE.
Adami R., Jńrvenpań E., Huopalahti R., University of Turku (Finland) and Reverchon E., University of Salerno (Italy)

Md27 EFFECT OF OPERATIONAL VARIABLES ON PARTICLE SYNTHESIS BY CHEMICAL DECOMPOSITION IN SUPERCRITICAL CO2.
Alonso E., Montequi I. and Cocero M.J., Universidad de Valladolid (Spain)

Md28 PURIFICATION AND SIMULTANEOUS MICRONIZATION OF POLYMERS BY SUPERCRITICAL ANTISOLVENT PRECIPITATION.
Caputo G., de Marco I. and Reverchon E., University of Salerno (Italy)

Md29 PRODUCTION OF L-PLA MICROPARTICLES BELOW AND ABOVE THE MIXTURE CRITICAL PRESSURE OF THE SYSTEM DCM-CO2.
Perez Y., Wubbolts F.E., Witkamp G.J., Jansens P.J., Delft University of Technology and Pellikaan H. Feyecon D & I.B.V, Weesp (The Netherlands)

Md30 DYES MICRONISATION USING TWO SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS BASED TECHNIQUES.
Reverchon E., Adami R., De Marco I., Laudani C.G. and Spada A., University of Salerno (Italy)

Md31 EFFECT OF THE PHASE BEHAVIOUR OF SOLVENT-ANTISOLVENT SYSTEMS IN GAS-ANTISOLVENT CRYSTALLISATION.
Weber A., Goshen Bio Tech Inc., Kyonggi-do (Korea), Yelash Y., Johannes-Gutenberg-Universitńt of Mainz, Kraska T., University of K÷ln and KŘmmel R., Fraunhofer-Institute for Environmental, Safety- and Energy-Technology, Oberhausen (Germany)


SCF PROPERTIES (T)

Ts : Solubility and Phase Equilibria

Ts01 THE INFLUENCE OF THE ADDITION OF SUPERCRITICAL ETHYLENE ON THE HIGH-PRESSURE PHASE BEHAVIOUR OF THE SYSTEM LINEAR LOW DENSITY POLYETHYLENE + n-HEXANE : EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS AND MODELLING WITH THE SANCHEZ-LACOMBE EOS.
De Loos Th.W., Nagy I., Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands), Krenz R. and Heidemann R.A., University of Calgary (Canada)

Ts02 DISSOLUTION OF MIXED ACTINIDE OXIDES IN SOLUTIONS OF COMPLEXONE IN CARBON DIOXIDE.
Shadrin A., Murzin A., Babain V., V.G Khlopin Radium Institute, St. Petersburg, Bondin V., Bychkov S., Mining and Chemical Combine, Zheleznogorsk, Myasoedov B., Kulyako Yu, GEOCH RAS, Moscow (Russia), Koyama T., Koma I. and Kamiya M., Institute of Nuclear Fuel Cycle Development, Tokai-Mura (Japan)

Ts03 CLOUD POINT MEASUREMENTS OF ▀-D GALACTOSE PENTAACETATE IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Dilek C., Smolinski J.M., Manke C.W. and Gulari E., Wayne State University, Detroit (USA)

Ts04 EXTRACTION OF HEAVY METALS WITH SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE AND THERMODYNAMIC MODELING.
Rivera J. and Cordova C., Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Monterrey (Mexico)

Ts05 PREDICTION OF THE DENSITIES AND PRESSURES OF ETHANE ON THE COEXISTENCE.
Abbaci A., University Badji-Mokhtar, Annaba (Algeria)

Ts06 CORRELATION OF DYES SOLUBILITIES IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE USING AN EXPANDED LIQUID MODEL.
Ferri A., Banchero M., Manna L. and Sicardi S., Politecnico di Torino (Italy)

Ts07 DETERMINATION OF THE HIGH PRESSURE VAPOUR-LIQUID PHASE EQUILIBRIUM FOR THE BINARY SYSTEM CARBON DIOXIDE - METHYL ACETATE.
Schwinghammer S., Gamse T., Marr R., TU GRAZ and Siebenhofer M., Fa. VTU Engineering GmbH, Graz (Austria)

Ts08 MEASUREMENT AND CORRELATION OF SOLUBILITIES OF BOLDINE IN SUB- AND SUPERCRITICAL CO2.
De la Fuente J.C. and Quezada N., Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Valparaiso (Chile)

Ts09 PHASE TRANSITION PARAMETERS IN LIQUID MIXTURES WITH APPARENT CRITICAL POINT DETERMINED BY MOLECULAR SIMULATION METHODS.
Ratajczak B., Golibrocki L., Banaszak M. and Slwinska-Barthowiak M., A. Mickiewicz University, Poznan (Poland)

Ts10 PARTIAL MOLAR VOLUMES AT INFINITE DILUTION IN SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS - PREDICTION WITH CUBIC EQUATIONS OF STATE.
Vieira de Melo S., Tiradentes University, Arcaju, Costa G., University of Salvador and Pessoa F., Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

Ts11 SOLUBILITY CALCULATION OF AROMATIC COMPOUNDS IN SUPERCRITICAL CO2 BY GROUP CONTRIBUTION METHODS.
Vieira de Melo S., Tiradentes University, Arcaju, Costa G., University of Salvador and Pessoa F., Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

Ts12 RAMAN SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES ON INTERMOLECULAR INTERACTIONS OF ▀ -DIKETONES AND THEIR COMPLEXES WITH CO2 MOLECULES UNDER SUPERCRITICAL CONDITIONS.
Kachi Y., Tsukahara T. and Ikeda Y., Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)

Ts13 THE CALCULATION OF TERNARY VAPOR-LIQUID SYSTEM EQUILIBRIUM BY USING P-R EQUATION OF STATE.
Liu Y., Yin J., Shi W. and Wei W., Dalian University of Technology (China)

Ts14 ADSORPTION EQUILIBRIA BETWEEN ACTIVATED CARBON AND PHENOL DISSOLVED IN LIQUID AND SUPERCRITICAL AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS.
Mancini G., Sambenedetto G., Del Re G. and Di Giacomo G., Universita' di l'Aquila (Italy)

Ts15 SOLUBILITY OF CARNOSIC ACID IN SUPERCRITICAL CO2 + ETHANOL AS A MODIFIER : MEASUREMENTS AND THERMODYNAMIC MODELLING.
Chafer A., Berna A., University of Valencia, Fornari T., Senorans F., Reglero G., Universitad Autonoma de Madrid and Ibanez E., Instituto de Fermentaciones Industriales (Spain)

Ts16 THE VISUAL INVESTIGATION OF SOLUBILITY OF BIOLOGICAL ACTIVE SUBSTANCES.
Aliev A.M., Institute of Physics and Stepanov G.V., Mountain Botanical Garden, Makhachkala (Russia)

Ts17 DEVELOPMENT OF A PROGRAM FOR THERMODYNAMIC CORRELATION OF SUPERCRITICAL FLUID-SOLID PHASE EQUILIBRIUM DATA.
Gordillo M.D., Blanco M.A., Pereyra C. and Martinez de la Ossa E.J., University of Cadiz (Spain)

Ts18 UNDERSTANDING SOLUBILITY OF PEPTIDES IN LOW VISCOSITY MEDIUM USING HIGH-PRESSURE NMR.
Lavrado J.P., Casimiro T., Aguiar-Ricardo A., Macedo A.L. and Cabrita E.J., Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal)

Ts19 HIGH-PRESSURE NMR STUDIES TOWARDS THE UNDERSTANDING OF MONOMER-STABILISER INTERACTIONS IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Temtem M., Casimiro T., Cabrita E., Macedo A.L., Aguiar-Ricardo A., Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal)

Ts20 SOLUBILITY OF CHOLESTEROL IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Kikic I., Alessi P., Cortesi A. and Eva F., University of Trieste (Italy)

Ts21 PHASE EQUILIBRIA IN MIXTURES OF POLYMERS AND SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS. EXPERIMENTAL SETUP AND INTRODUCTORY MEASUREMENTS.
Gregorowicz J., Luszczyk M. and Fras Z., Institute of Physical Chemistry, Warsaw (Poland)

Ts22 THERMODYNAMICS PHASE BEHAVIOR OF FLUOROPOLYMERS MIXTURES WITH SUPERCRITICAL FLUID SOLVENTS.
Byun H.-S., Yosu National University, Yosu (South Korea)

Ts23 PHASE BEHAVIOR OF THE BIODEGRADABLE POLY(LACTIDE-CO-GLYCOLIDE) SOLUTION IN SUPERCRITICAL FLUID SOLVENTS.
Byun H.-S., Yosu National University, Yosu (South Korea)

Ts24 INFLUENCE OF MOLAR RATIO WATER FLUID/Al2O3 ON SOLID PHASE COMPOSITION.
Ivakin Yu D., Danchevskaya M.N. and Muravieva G.P., Moscow State University (Russia)

Ts25 INVESTIGATION OF THE PHASE BEHAVIOUR OF PURE SOLIDS OR BINARY SOLID MIXTURES IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
TŘrk M., Steurenthaler M. and Upper G., University of Karlsruhe (Germany)

Ts26 GAS SOLUBILITY AT HIGH PRESSURES IN POLYMER SOLUTIONS USING THE SAFT - VR EQUATION OF STATE.
Cheng J.-S., Tang M. and Chen Y.-P., National Taiwan University (Taiwan)

Ts27 HIGH SOLUTE SOLUBILITY AND EMULSION FORMATION IN SUPERCRITICAL HYDROFLUOROCARBON SOLVENTS.
Abbott, A.P., Durling N.E., Eltringham W., Hope A.G and Palmer D.J., University of Leicester (United Kingdom)

Ts28 SOLUBILITY MEASUREMENT AND MODELLING OF UREA IN SUPERCRITICAL CO2 AND CO2 + ETHANOL MIXTURES.
Catchpole O.J., Tallon S.J., Dyer P.J., Lan J.-S., Jensen B., Rasmussen O.K. and Grey J.B., Industrial Research Ltd, Lower Hutt (New Zealand)

Ts29 Determination of b-carotene solubilitY in supercritical carbon dioxide by a piezoelectric quartz crystal
Salda˝a M.D.A, Guigard S.E and Temelli F., University of Alberta, Edmonton (Canada)

Ts30 A GROUP CONTRIBUTION METHOD TO predict the Binary interaction parameters (kij) of {CO2 +hydrocarbon} mixtures.
Mutelet F. and Jaubert J.-N., Laboratoire de Thermodynamique des Milieux PolyphasÚs/ENSIC, Nancy (France)


Tp : Physico-Chemical Properties

Tp01 EFFECT OF H2O-CO2 ORGANIZATION ON OVALBUMIN ADSORPTION AT THE SUPERCRITICAL CO2-WATER INTERFACE.
Tewes F., Boury F., INSERM, Angers and Cagna A., IT Concept, Longessaigne (France)

Tp02 SELF-DIFFUSION COEFFICIENT AND VISCOSITY OF SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS.
Zabaloy M.S., Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahia Blanca (Argentina), Vasquez V.R, University of Nevada, Reno (USA) and Macedo E.A., Universidade do Porto (Portugal)

Tp03 MONTE CARLO SIMULATION OF METHANOL DIFFUSION IN SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS.
Jia Y.-X., Guo X.-Y. and Zhong B., Institute of Coal Chemistry, Taiyuan (China)

Tp04 MELTING TEMPERATURE DEPRESSION OF SOLID LIPID UNDER HIGH PRESSURE GASES.
Spilimbergo S., Luca G., Elvassore N., Bertucco A. and Calicetti P., University of Padova, (Italy)

Tp05 EFFECT OF SUPERCRITICAL CO2 ON IONIC CONDUCTIVITY OF HYBRID INORGANIC-ORGANIC NETWORKS BY BROAD BAND ELECTRIC SPECTROSCOPY.
Di Noto V., Vezzu K., Zago V., Lavina S., Elvassore N. and Bertucco A. University of Padova (Italy),


NATURAL PRODUCTS (N)

N01 SEMI-BATCH FRACTIONATION OF FATTY ACIDS ETHYL ESTERS BY MEANS OF SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Gironi F. and Maschietti M., University "La Sapienza", Roma (Italy)

N02 SEPARATION OF FATTY ACID METHYL ESTERS AND TOCOPHEROLS WITH SUPERCRITICAL CO2 - PHASE EQUILIBRIA AND FRACTIONATION EXPERIMENTS.
Fang T., Goto M., Sasaki M. and Hirose T., Kumamoto University (Japan)

N03 SUPERCRITICAL CO2-EXTRACTION OF FATTY COMPOUNDS OUT OF BIOTECHNOLOGICAL PRODUCTS.
FrŘhwirth-Smounig H., Gamse T. and Marr R., .TU. Graz (Austria)

N04 PROCESSING OF FRESH, PARTIALLY DEWATERED HERBS WITH NEAR-CRITICAL FLUIDS.
Catchpole O.J., Dyer P.J., Durling N.E., Grey J.B., Industrial Research Ltd, Lower Hutt, Smallfield B.M., Crop and Food Researche, Mosgiel, McNamara C. and Perry N.B. Crop and Food Research, , Dunedin (New Zealand)

N05 SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ACTIVE COMPOUNDS FOR PHARMACEUTICAL IMPORTANCE FROM BOTANICALS OF EUPHORBIACEAE FAMILY.
Maheshwari R.C., Ganesh Prabbu V. and Neetu Rani, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi (India)

N06 ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF ORIGANUM MAJORANA L. HERB AND EXTRACTS OBTAINED BY SUPERCRITICAL CO2 EXTRACTION.
Vagi E., Simandi B., Budapest University of Technology, Rapavi E., Blazovics A., Semmelweis University of Medicine, Budapest, Peredi K.V., Central Food Research Institute, Budapest (Hungary) and Hadolin M., VITIVA d.o.o., Markovci (Slovenia)

N07 LYCOPENE EXTRACTION FROM PROCESSED TOMATOES USING SUPERCRITICAL CO2.
Alessi P., Kikic I., Cortesi A., Fogar A., Crucci I. and Tamaro M., University of Trieste (Italy)

N08 STUDIES ON EXTRACTION OF CONCRETE FROM FLOWERS OF SOPHORA JAPONICA. L BY SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Shi W., Yin J., Ma Y., Liu Y. and Wei W., Dalian University of Technology (China)

N09 SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE EXTRACTION OF GLYCYRRHIZIN FROM LICORICE ROOT.
Wei W., Yin J., Zhu C., Liu Y. and Shi W.., Dalian University of Technology (China)

N10 SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE FLUID EXTRACTION OF SEED OIL FOR HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES L.
Yin J., Liu R., Ma Y. and Zhu C., Dalian University of Technology (China)

N11 CONCENTRATION OF COLOUR COMPONENTS IN CHILLI PEPPER AND PAPRIKA OLEORESINS WITH COLUMN CHROMATOGRAPHY AND SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS.
Perva-UzunaliÚ A., Hojnik M., Skerget M. and Knez Z., University of (Slovenia)

N12 EFFECT OF SAMPLE PREPARATION METHOD ON SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION FOR ESSENTIAL OILS FROM BITTER ORANGE (var. amara).
Mir Heidary S.M., Emam-Djomeh Z. and Mousavi S. M., University of Tehran (Iran)

N13 13C CPMAS and 1H NMR STUDY OF THE INCLUSION COMPLEXES OF ▀-CYCLODEXTRIN WITH CARVACROL, THYMOL AND EUGENOL PREPARED BY SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Marongiu B., Piras A., Porcedda S., Locci E., Lai S. and Lai A., Cittadella Universitaria di Monserrato (Italy)

N14 ALKYLRESORCINOLS EXTRACTED FROM RYE SEEDS BY SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Da Cruz Francisco J, Danielsson B., Szwajcer Dey E., Lund University (Sweden) and Kozubek A., Wroclaw University (Poland)

N15 SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION OF LIPID COMPOUNDS FROM HEATHER (Calluna Vulgaris)
Hunt A., Clark J., Hardy J., Kerton F., University of York, Askew M., Watkins R., Chaudhry Q. and Holmes C., Alternative Crops and Biotechnology Group, (United Kingdom)

N16 SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION OF LIPOPHILIC EXTRACTIVES FROM WHEAT STRAW TRITICUM AESTIVUM.
Deswarte F., Clark J., Hardy J., Kerton F., University of York, Askew M., Chaudhry Q. and Holmes C., Alternative Crops and Biotechnology Group, (United Kingdom)

N17 KINETICS OF SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION OF OIL FROM MICROALGA NANNOCHLOROPSIS SP.
Andrich G., Silvetri S., Venturi F., Zinnai A., Fiorentini R., UniversitÓ di Pisa (Italy)

N18 STUDIES ON THE TECHNOLOGY OF EXTRACTING ESSENCE OIL FROM THE PURPLE PERILLA SEEDS BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS.
Lu Z., Xu B., Zhao H. and Dou L.B.., G.S.E.P.I., Lanzhou (China)

N19 SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION OF ANTIOXIDANTS FROM PEPPER (Capsicum Annuum L.).
Andrich G., Nesti U., Venturi F. and Fiorentini R., UniversitÓ di Pisa (Italy)

N20 SUPERCRITICAL CO2 EXTRACTION OF TURKISH MOUNTAIN TEA (Sideritis arguta Boiss. et Heldr.)
Hisil Y. and Pazir F., Ege University, Bornova-Izmir (Turkey)

N21 SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION OF MICROALGAE SPIRULINA PLATENSIS. CHEMO-FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION.
Mendiola J.A, Senorans J., Reglero G., Universidad Autonoma de Madrid and Ibanez E., Instituto de Fermentaciones Industriales (Spain)

N22 SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION OF CAROTENOIDS FROM TOMATO INDUSTRIAL WASTES.
Nobre B., Mendes R., I.N.E.T.I., Lisboa and Palavra A., I.S.T, Lisboa (Portugal)

N23 EXTRACTION OF OIL ENRICHED IN a-TOCOPHEROL FROM GRAPE SEEDS (Vitis Vinifera) USING SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Bravi M., Spinoglio F., Verdone N., UniversitÓ di Roma "La Sapienza", Roma, Adami M., Aliboni A., d'Andrea A., de Santis A. and Ferri D., ENEA C.R Casaccia, Roma (Italy)

N24 CO2 Extraction test facility for extraction pressures up to 1000 bar: Experiments for the extraction/decaffeination of cocoa.
Schulmeyer J., Nateco GmbH, Wolnzach (Germany)

N25 IDENTIFICATION AND REMOVAL OF OFF-FLAVORS FROM TUNA FISH OIL WITH SUPERCRITICAL CO2.
Chun B.-S., Roh H.-S., Kang K.-Y., Kwon M.-J., Pukyong National University, Weber A., Goshen Bio Tech Inc., Kyonggi-do (Korea) and Wilkinson G., University of South Australia

N26 extraction and fractionation of antimalaric DRUGs BY SUPERCRITICAL fluid
Della Porta G., Reverchon E., University of Salerno (Italy) and Benakis A., University of Geneve (Switzerland)

N27 UPGRADING AND VALORISATION OF FOOD WASTES BY SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE EXTRACTION
Vagi E., Kmecz I., Simandi B., Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary) and de Las Fuentes L., Gaiker (Spain)


REACTIONS (R)
Rp : Polymerisation

Rp01 EMULSION POLYMERISATION OF ACRYLAMIDE IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE AS MONITORED BY HIGH PRESSURE NMR.
Thurecht KJ., Hill D.J.T., and Whittaker A.K., University of Queensland, Brisbane (Australia)

Rp02 POLYCARBONATES FROM SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE : PHASE EQUILIBRIA AND POLYMERISATION KINETICS
Van Schilt M., Kemmere M., de Loos T., Eindhoven University of Technology and Keurentjes J., Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands)

Rp03 POLYMERISATION OF METHYL METHACRYLATE EXPANDED WITH DENSE CARBON DIOXIDE.
Lucien F.P. and Zwolak G., The University of New South Wales, Sydney (Australia)

Rp04 FORMATION OF PMMA MICROPARTICLES IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Shim J.-J., Back S.-H. and Kim B.-H., Yeungnam University (Korea)

Rp05 SYNTHESIS OF CORE-SHELL POLYURETHANE-POLYDIMETHYLSILOXANE PARTICLES IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Cloutet E., Chambon P. and Cramail H., University of Bordeaux I (France)

Rp06 HEREROGENEOUS POLYMERIZATION OF VINYLIDENE FLUORIDE IN scCO2 IN THE PRESENCE OF PERFLUOROPOLYETHER SURFACTANTS.
Filardo G., Galia A., Giaconia A., Scialdone O., UniversitÓ di Palermo and Apostolo M., Solvay-Solexis R & D, Bollate (Italy)

Rp07 SYNTHESIS OF CO2-SOLUBLE POLY (ether carbonate) s AND POLY (ether ester)s BY STEP GROWTH POLYMERIZATION.
Tan B., Cooper A.I., University of Liverpool, Howdle S.M., Woods H. and Licence P., University of Nottingham (United Kingdom)

Rp08 REACTION CALORIMETRY APPLIED TO THE DISPERSION POLYMERIZATION OF METHYL METACRYLATE IN scCO2.
Fortini S., Lavanchy F. and Meyer Th., Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (Switzerland)

Rp09 PECULIARITIES OF PROPYLENE OXIDE COPOLYMERIZATION WITH SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Said-Galiyev E.E, Rakhimov T.V, Khokhlov A.R, Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelements Compounds, Il'in V.V., Nysenko Z.N. and Sakharov A.M., N.D Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Moscow (Russia)

Rp10 CONTINUOUS DISPERSION POLYMERIZATION OF METHYL METHACRYLATE IN scCO2.
Galia A., Giaconia A., Scialdone O. and Filardo G., University of Palermo (Italy)


Rw : Hydrothermal

Rw01 SUPERCRITICAL WATER : A REACTIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR SELECTIVE CATALYTIC OXIDATION.
Hamley P.A, Garcia-Verdugo Cepeda E., Chong Y., Poliakoff M ., University of Nottingham, Pearson I., Thomas W., Whiston K., Invista Process Technologies, Cleveland (United Kingdom) and Partenheimer W., Dupont Central Research Facility, Wilmington (USA)

Rw02 COMBUSTION OF HYDROCARBONS IN SUPERCRITICAL WATER.
Vostrikov A.A., Psarov S.A. and Dubov D.Yu, Novosibirsk State University (Russia)

Rw03 REACTION OF ALCOHOLS WITH SUPERCRITICAL WATER.
Diem V., Boukis N., Hauer E., Franz G. and Dinjus E., Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe (Germany)

Rw04 A ONE-STEP PRODUCTION OF MONOTERPENE ALCOHOL USING SUPERCRITICAL WATER IN THE ABSENCE OF CATALYST.
Ikushima Y., CREST, Kawaguchi and Sato M. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Sendai (Japan)

Rw05 HYDROTHERMAL OXIDATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS : MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF MULTI-INJECTION REACTOR.
Mercadier J., Vielcazals S., Marias F., ENSGTI, Pau, Mateos D., Bottreau M., Cansell F., ICMCB, Pessac and Marraud C., SNPE Production, Saint MÚdard en Jalles (France)

Rw06 DETERMINATION OF KINETIC PARAMETERS AND SIMULATION OF HYDROTHERMAL OXIDATION REACTION.
Portela J.R., University of Cadiz (Spain), Mateos D., Cansell F., ICMCB, Pessac, Mercadier J., ENSGTI, Pau and Marraud C., SNPE MatÚriaxs EnergÚtiques, Saint MÚdard en Jalles (France)

Rw07 THE FIRST INDUSTRIAL UNIT IN FRANCE FOR INDUSTRIAL LIQUID WASTE TREATMENT BY HYDROTHERMAL OXIDATION.
Bonnaudin N., Momboisse X. and Bottreau M ., Hydrothermale Oxydation Option, Pessac (France)

Rw08 CONTINUOUS-FLOW FACILITIES FOR MATERIALS SYNTHESIS IN SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS : APPLICATION TO CERAMIC POWDER PRODUCTION.
Reveron H., Aymonier C., Loppinet-Serani A., Maglione M., Elissalde C. and Cansell F., I.C.M.C.B., Pessac (France)

Rw09 PROCESS OF DESTRUCTION OF TEREPHTALIC ACID IN SUPERCRITICAL WATER.
Panasyuk G.P., Azarova L.A, Khaddaj M. and Voroshilov I.L., Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Moscow (Russia)

Rw10 USAGE OF THE COMPONENTS ADDITIVE INTO SUPERCRITICAL WATER FLUID FOR CORUNDUM CRYSTALS PURIFICATION DURING SYNTHESIS.
Danchevskaya M.N., Ivakin Yu D. and Torbin S.N., Moscow State University (Russia)

Rw11 MODELING OF A HETEROGENEOUS SUPERCRITICAL OXIDATION REACTOR.
Mancini F., Cansell F., I.C.M.C.B., Pessac, Marias F. and Mercadier J., E.N.S.G.T.I., Pau (France)

Rw12 EFFECT OF PRESSURE ON THE REACTION RATE CONSTANT AT THE DECOMPOSITION OF ALIPHATIC NITROCOMPOUNDS IN SUPERCRITICAL WATER.
Anikeev V. and Yermakova A. , Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk (Russia)

Rw13 PYROLYSIS OF EICOSANE, NAPHTALENE AND THIOPHEN IN SUPERCRITICAL WATER.
Vostrikov A.A, Dubov D.Yu and Psarov S.A, Novosibirsk State University (Russia)

Rw14 PYROLYSIS AND PARTIAL OXIDATION OF HEAVY OIL RESIDUE IN SUPERCRITICAL WATER.
Vostrikov A.A, Dubov D.Yu, Psarov S.A and Sokol M.Ya., Novosibirsk State University (Russia)

Rw15 PYROLYSIS AND PARTIAL OXIDATION OF COAL PARTICLE IN SUPERCRITICAL WATER.
Vostrikov A.A, Dubov D.Yu, Psarov S.A and Sokol M.Ya., Novosibirsk State University (Russia)

Rw16 BIOMASS TRANSFORMATION WITH SOLID ACID AND BASE CATALYSTS IN NEAR-CRITICAL AND SUPERCRITICAL WATER.
Watanabe M., Iida T., Aizawa Y. and Inomata H., Tohoku University, Sendai (Japan)

Rw17 PRODUCTION OF AMINO ACIDS FROM ALBUMIN BY SUB-CRITICAL WATER HYDROLYSIS.
Rogalinski T., Herrmann S. and Brunner G., TU Hamburg-Harburg (Germany)

Rw18 SYNTHESIS OF OMEGA ZEOLIT.
Cekova B., Kocev D. and Kolcakovska E., School of Chemistry and Technology "Maria Curie-Sklodovska", Skopje (Macedonia)

Rw19 ACCELERATION OF PROPYLENE HYDRATION NEAR THE CRITICAL TEMPERATURE OF WATER.
Shimizu K., Japan Chemical Innovation Institute, Sendai, Takahashi K., Mitsui Chemicals, Inc., Chiba and Ikushima Y., NIAIST, Sendai (Japan)

Rw20 ACID CATALYZED DEHYDRATION USING SUPERCRITICAL WATER WITH CARBON DIOXIDE AS A MILD CATALYST.
Minami K., Sato T., Sue K. and Arai K., Tohoku University, Sendai (Japan)

Rw21 WASTEWATERS TREATMENT OF OLIVE OIL INDUSTRY BY HYDROTHERMAL OXIDATION.
Schkoundali S., Cansell F., Launay J.-C., I.C.M.C.B., Pessac (France) and Alaya S., FacultÚ des Sciences de GabŔs (Tunisie)

Rw22 CONTINUOUS HYDROTHERMAL SYNTHESIS OF ZINC OXIDE NANOPARTICLES.
Sue K., Kimura K, Murata K.,. and Arai K., Tohoku University, Sendai (Japan)

Rw23 BARIUM ZIRCONATE PRODUCTION BY A CONTINUOUS PROCESS OF HYDROTHERMAL SYNTHESIS UNDER SUPERCRITICAL CONDITIONS.
Xin B., Millot N. and Aymes D., University of Bourgogne (France)

Rw24 SUPERCRITICAL WATER HYDROTHERMAL SYNTHESIS OF METAL OXIDE NANOPARTICLES.
Hamley P.A, Evans E., Poliakoff M., Blood P., Azzopardi B. and Lester E., University of Nottingham (United Kingdom)

Rw25 Hydrothermal Transformation of Boehmite nano-Particles
Liang M.-T., Ye N.-J., Wu C.-L., I-Shou University, Kaoshiung and Ma-Shine Wu M.-S., Genesis Nanotech Corp., Tainan (Taiwan)


Rv : Various

Rv01 TUNABLE FLUIDS FOR SUSTAINABLE RECYCLE OF HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSTS.
Hallett J., Brown J., Pollet P., Lu J., Thomas C., Jones R., Liotta C.L. and Eckert C.A, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta (USA)

Rv02 ENZYMATIC CATALYSIS IN scCO2 FOR KINETIC RESOLUTION OF CHIRAL ALCOHOLS IN BATCH CONTINUOUS AND SEMO CONTINUOUS MODE.
Weyten H., Dijkstra Z., Willems L., Vito, Mol (Belgium) and Keurentjes J.T.F , Eidhoven University (The Netherlands)

Rv03 HIGH PRESSURE CO2 INACTIVATION IN FOOD : A MULTI-REACTOR APPARATUS FOR INACTIVATION KINETIC DETERMINATION.
Parton T., Elvassore N., Bertucco A. University of Padova, De Sanctis S., Dal Corso S. and Grimolizzi L., SAPIO S.r.l., Monza (Italy)

Rv04 HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSIS IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE IN A CONTINUOUS FLOW PROCESS.
Koeken A.C.J., Niessen F.M., Van den Broeke L.J.P. and Keurentjes J.TF., Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands)

Rv05 CHARACTERISATION OF REACTIONS IN SUPERCRITICAL DIFLUOROMETHANE.
Abbott, A.P., Durling N.E., Eltringham W., Hope A.G. and Palmer D.J., University of Leicester (United Kingdom)

Rv06 BIPHASIC HYDROGENATION AND ISOMERISATION OF TERPENES IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Banet Osuna A., Milewska A., Fonseca I. and Nunes da Ponte M., Universidad Nova de Lisboa (Portugal)

Rv07 CAN SUPERCRITICAL CO2 BE USED AS A REVERSIBLE BLOCKING GROUP IN SELECTIVE REACTIONS WITH AMINES ?
Dijkstra Z.J., Doornbos A.R., Keurentjes J.T.F, Eindhoven University of Technology and Weyten H., VITO Process Technology (The Netherlands)

Rv08 SUPERCRITICAL FLUID GENERATED SILICA-BONDED PHASES FOR CHROMATOGRAPHY.
Glennon J.D, Healy L.O., Scully N.M.., Prat J.M. and O'Sullivan G.P., University College, Cork (Ireland)

Rv09 SYNTHESIS IN SUPERCRITICAL AMMONIA AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NANOSTRUCTURED NICKEL OXINITRIDE.
Desmoulins-Krawiec S., Moisan S., Aymonier C., Loppinet-Serani A.., Weill F., Etourneau J. and Cansell F., I.C.M.C.B., Pessac (France)

Rv10 SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS AS A MEDIUM FOR CHEMICAL REACTIONS.
Gumerov F.M., Sabirzyanov A.M., Gabitov F.R., Nikitin V.G., Gazizov R.A., Kazan State Technological University and Gumerova G.I., Academy of Management TISBI, Kazan (Russia)

Rv11 CARBONATION OF WOLLASTONITE USING SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Tai C.Y., Chen W.R. and Shih S.-M., National Taiwan University (Taiwan)

Rv12 REACTIVITY COMPARISON OF DI-AND MONOCHLOROTRIAZINYL DYES WITH METHANOL IN SUPERCRITICAL CO2
Fernandez-Cid M.V., Van der Kraan M., Witkamp G.J., Delft University of Technology, Veugelers W.J.T. and Woerlee G.F., FeyeCon D&I.B.V., Weesp (The Netherlands)

Rv13 ON SILICA GEL IMMOBILIZED CELLULASE AS BIOCATALYST FOR HYDROLYSIS OF CARBOXY-METHYL CELLULOSE.
Primozic M., Novak Z., Habulin M. and Knez Z., University of Maribor (Slovenia)

Rv14 PRODUCING a -MONOESTERS OF FATTY ACIDS BY TRANSESTERIFICATION IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Yepez B., Bolanos G. Universidad del Valle and Riascos A. , Protecnica Ingenieria SA, Calli (Colombia)

Rv15 TERNARY SOLUBILITY OF BUTANOL STRUCTURAL ISOMERS IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE : INTERNAL HYDROGEN BONDING AND SELECTIVITY.
Ghaziaskar H.S. and Amirabadi M., Isfahan University of Technology (Iran)

Rv16 PRESSURE MANIPULATION METHOD FOR THE EFFECTIVE SELF-ALDOLCONDENSATION UNDER SUBCRITICAL AND SUPERCRITICAL CO2.
Kawanami H., Matsui K., Hayashi H. and Ikushima Y., National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Sendai (Japan)

Rv17 NOVEL REACTIONS OF OXIDES WITH SCF-ISOPROPANOL AS A REAGENT.
Buslaeva E.Yu., Kravchuk K.G, Kargin Yu.F. and Gubin S.P., N.S Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Moscow (Russia)

Rv18 THE INFLUENCE OF STRUCTURE AND ACIDITY OF ZEOLYTIC MATERIALS ON THE TRANSALKYLATION OF DIISOPROPYLBENZENE WITH BENZENE IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Sotelo J.L., Calvo L., Perez A., Capilla D., Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain) Cavani F. and Bolognini M., Dipartimento di Chimica Industriale e dei Materiali, Bologna (Italy)

Rv19 Enantioselective acylation of 3-benzyloxipropane-1,2-diol in supercritical carbon dioxide with different lipases
Kmecz I., Simßndi B., Poppe L., Renner K., Bˇdai V., Csajßgi C., Budapest University of Technology and Economics and Juvancz Z., VITUKI Ltd., Budapest (Hungary)


PROCESS & EQUIPMENT (E)

E01 PERMEATION OF SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE ACROSS POLYMERIC HOLLOW FIBER MEMBRANES.
Patil V.E, Van den Broeke L.J.P., Keurentjes J.T.F., Eindhoven University of Technology and Vercauteren F., TNO Industrial Technology, Eindhoven (The Netherlands)

E02 REGENERATION OF GAC-F400 BY SCCO2 : EFFECT OF SYSTEM CONDITIONS ON DESORPTION STUDIES.
Kalpage C.S. and Al-Duri B., University of Birmingham (United Kingdom)

E03 SEPARATION OF FLURBIPROFEN AND IBUPROFEN ENANTIOMERS ON A CHIRAL STATIONARY PHASE USING SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS.
Whelan J., Martin M., Carvallo R ., Sunol S.-G. and Sunol A.-K., University of South Florida (USA)

E04 SUPERCRITICAL FLUID CHROMATOGRAPHY AS SUCCESSFUL SEPARATION TOOL IN CHEMICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY.
Johannsen M., Peper S. and Brunner G., TU Hamburg-Harburg (Germany)

E05 CONTINUOUS SUPERCRITICAL EXTRACTION OF SOLIDS IN AN EXTRUDER.
Giezen F., Hamoen R., Hulstein J., Weitkamp J. and Djikink B., Agrotechnology and Food Innovations B.V., Wageningen. (The Netherlands)

E06 PURIFICATION OF ISOCYANATES BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID FRACTIONATION USING CARBON DIOXIDE AND CARBON DIOXIDE-PROPANE MIXTURES.
Bezold A.. and Brunner G., TU Hamburg-Harburg (Germany)

E07 CORROSION INHIBITION OF STEEL IN ACIDIC MEDIA BY BENZIMIDAZOLE DERIVATIVES.
Abboud Y., Abourriche A., Saffaj T., Berrada M., Charrouf M., Bennamara A., Cherquaoui A. and Ouali M., FacultÚ des Sciences Ben M'sik, Casablanca (Maroc)

E08 CFD SIMULATION OF PARTICLE-TO-FLUID HEAT TRANSFER UNDER SUPERCRITICAL CONDITIONS : PRELIMINARY RESULTS.
Guardo A., Recasens F., Fernandez M and Larrayoz M.A., Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona (Spain)

E09 FLOW VELOCITIES OF SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE UNDER CONDITIONS OF NATURAL CONVECTION.
Smith R., Hanamura Y., Yoshikawa S., Inomata H., Arai K., Tohoku University, Sendai and Matsumura Y., JASCO, Tokyo (Japan)

E10 MATHEMATICAL MODELING AND OPTIMIZATION OF TECHNOLOGICAL SCHEMES FOR OXIDATION OF ORGANICS IN SUPERCRITICAL WATER.
Anikeev V. and Yermakova A., Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk (Russia)

E11 SOLID BED PROPERTIES IN SUPERCRITICAL PROCESSING.
Eggers R., Voges S. and Jaeger Ph., TU Hamburg-Harburg (Germany)

E12 PURIFICATION OF THE SYNTHESIS PRODUCT OF SALICYLIC ACID BY MEANS OF SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Maxoudov R.N., Novikov A.E, Tremasov E.N. and Goumerov F.M., Kazan State Technological University (Russia)

E13 SYNTHESIS AND BIOACTIVITIES OF SOME BENZIMIDAZOLES DERIVATIVES.
Abboud Y., Abourriche A., Saffaj T., Maoufoud S., Mouhou H., Berrada M., Charrouf M. and Bennamara A., FacultÚ des Sciences Ben M'sik, Casablanca (Maroc)

E14 DECONTAMINATION OF Cs137 CONTAMINED METALS FABRICS AND SOILS BY ORGANOPHOSPHORIC ACIDS IN LIQUID CO2.
Shadrin A., Murzin A., Shafikov D., V.G Khlopin Radium Institute, St. Petersburg, Bondin V., Bychkov S., Efremov I., Mining and Chemical Combine, Ershov V., Arsent'eva N. and Emel'yanov N., "Mayak" PA, Ozersk (Russia)

E15 REMOVAL OF TRU MICROQUANTITIES FROM RADIOACTIVELY CONTAMINED SOILS IN LIQUID CO2 MEDIUM.
Shadrin A., Murzin A., Shafikov D., Kamachev V., V.G Khlopin Radium Institute, St. Petersburg, Bondin V., Bychkov S., Efremov I., Mining and Chemical Combine, Zheleznogorsk, Ershov V., Arsent'eva N. and Emel'yanov N., "Mayak" PA, Ozersk (Russia)

E16 PRODUCTION OF REFERENCE SOILS FOR ECOTOXICOLOGICAL FIELD STUDIES USING SUPERCRITICAL CO2-EXTRACTION.
Elst K., Bierkens J., Verstrepen G., Van Ginneken L. and Weyten H., Vito, Mol (Belgium)

E17 DETERMINATION OF SULPHAMETHOXAZOLE IN PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS WITH 8-HYDROXYQUINOLINE AS A CHROMOGENIC REAGENT.
Saffaj T., Abourriche A., Aboud Y., Charrouf M., Bennamara A., Mouho H. and Berrada M., FacultÚ des Sciences Ben M'sik, Casablanca (Maroc)

E18 SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF METRONIDAZOLE IN PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS.
Saffaj T., Abourriche A., Aboud Y., Charrouf M., Bennamara A., Maoufoud S. and Berrada M., FacultÚ des Sciences Ben M'sik, Casablanca (Maroc)

E19 HEAT TRANSFER AND HYDRODYNAMICS IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE.
Lavanchy F., Fortini S. and Meyer Th., Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (Switzerland)

E20 SOLUTE-SOLUTE AND SOLUTE-MATRIX INTERACTIONS IN THE SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION FROM PLANTS.
Sovova H., Opletal L., Bartlova M., Institute Chem. Process Fundamentals, Prague and Sajfrtova M., Charles University, Hradec KralovÚ (Czech Republic)

E21 ON THE MODELLING OF FRACTIONATION OF FRIED OIL WITH SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE : A FIRST STEP.
Sesti Osseo L., Capolupo T. and Capolupo T., UniversitÓ degli Studi di Salerno (Italy)

E22 CONTINUOUS DOSING OF SOLIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEMS.
Eggers R., University Hamburg-Harburg, v. Schnitzler J., JVS Engineering and Kempe T., Siegfried Kempe Gmbh (Germany)

E23 DIAPHRAGM PUMPS NEW ECONOMIC AND MORE ECOLOGICAL HIGH PRESSURE PROCESSES.
Johl H.-J., Pompes LEWA (Germany)

E24 Supercritical Fluids as Environmentally Benign Solvents for the Chemical Industry.
Clark J., Rayner C., Clifford A., Kerton F., Smith P., Milkowski K., Deswarte F., Hunt A., University of York, Heslington, (United Kingdom)