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Energy & Fuels | SOx/NOx Removal from Flue Gas Streams by Solid Adsorbents: A Review of Current Challenges and Future Directions | Winner of the 2018 Energy & Fuels Joint Award for Excellence in Publication

CONGRATULATIONS to the winner of the 2018
Energy & Fuels Joint Award for Excellence in Publication!

The article “SOx/NOx Removal from Flue Gas Streams by Solid Adsorbents: A Review of Current Challenges and Future Directions” by Fateme Rezaei, Ali A. Rownaghi, Saman Monjezi, Ryan P. Lively, and Christopher W. Jones is the winner of the 2018 Energy & Fuels Joint Award for Excellence in Publication.

Energy & Fuels and the ACS Division of Energy & Fuels sponsor this annual award, which honors an outstanding article published in the journal within the past five years.

“I'd like to congratulate the authors on this excellent award-winning paper that provides a critically-needed organization of the science and technology that underlies important energy conversion processes.” says Energy & Fuels Editor-in-Chief Michael Klein. “The paper will serve as a foundation for improved performance and environmental impact of essential energy scenarios.”

Corresponding Author, Professor Fateme Rezaei will present at an ACS Division of Energy & Fuels session in honor of the paper at the 2018 ACS Fall National Meeting in Boston, MA. Energy & Fuels and the Division encourage you to attend the session.

Learn about the award-winning article and its author collaboration.

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