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Aims and scope

Theoretical Foundations of Chemical Engineering is a peer-reviewed journal that covers all aspects of theoretical and applied research in chemical engineering, including transport phenomena; surface phenomena; processes of mixture separation; theory and methods of chemical reactor design; combined processes and multifunctional reactors; hydromechanic, thermal, diffusion, and chemical processes and apparatus, membrane processes and reactors; biotechnology; dispersed systems; nanotechnologies; process intensification; information modeling and analysis; energy- and resource-saving processes; environmentally clean processes and technologies. The journal welcomes manuscripts from all countries. The journal publishes original manuscripts submitted in English, as well as works translated from several other journals. The sources of content are indicated at the article level. The peer review policy of the journal is independent of the manuscript source, ensuring a fair and unbiased evaluation process for all submissions. As part of its aim to become an international publication, the journal welcomes submissions in English from all countries.