The Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by John Wiley & Sons on behalf of Curtin University of Technology. Until 2006 it was known as Developments in Chemical Engineering and Mineral Processing: The Australasian Research Journal and published (in print only) by Curtin University of Technology. The current editor-in-chief is Moses O. Tadé (Curtin University of Technology).
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