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Emily Nishikawa

University of Campinas
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I conducted researches in environmental and sustainability fields. I evaluated effluent treatment processes and valorization of an industrial residue. Also, I analyzed the life cycle of heavy metal adsorption and animal oil extraction processes.

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Member ID 0934
First Name Emily
Last Name Nishikawa
Member Since Apr 15, 2017

About

BSc, Chemical Engineering - University of Campinas
MSc, Chemical Engineering - University of Campinas

Publications
Nishikawa, E., Silva, M.G.C., Vieira, M.G.A. (2018). Cadmium biosorption by alginate extraction waste and process overview in Life Cycle Assessment context. Journal of Cleaner Production.

Cardoso, S.L., Costa, C.S.D, Nishikawa, E., Silva, M.G.C., Vieira, M.G.A. (2017). Biosorption of toxic metals using the alginate extraction residue from the brown algae Sargassum filipendula as a natural ion-exchanger. Journal of Cleaner Production.

Costa, C.S.D, Cardoso, S.L., Nishikawa, E., Vieira, M.G.A., Silva, M.G.C. (2016). Characterization of the Residue from Double Alginate Extraction from Sargassum filipendula Seaweed. Chemical Engineering Transactions.

Nishikawa, E., Neto, A.F.A., Vieira, M.G.A. (2015). Adsorption of copper in expanded vermiculite: kinetics and equilibrium. Blucher Chemical Engineering Proceedings.

Nishikawa, E., Neto, A.F.A., Vieira, M.G.A. (2012). Equilibrium and Thermodynamic Studies of Zinc Adsorption on Expanded Vermiculite. Adsorption Science and Technology.

Research Interests

LCA, sustainability measurement

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Organization University of Campinas
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City Campinas
Country Brasil

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