Hungarian Journal of Industry and Chemistry

The HJIC formerly (until 2012) Hungarian Journal of Industrial Chemistry is an international periodical that focuses on results of fundamental and applied research in the field of

  • Biotechnology
  • Chemical Engineering Science
  • Chemical Processes
  • Energetics
  • Environmental Chemistry and Technology
  • Industrial Management
  • Material Science
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Process and System Engineering
  • Recycling

in the form of original papers, reviews, short communications, and conference proceedings written in English.

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Vol 45, No 1 (2017): Hungarian Journal of Industry and Chemistry - Ahead of print

Table of Contents

Editorial Preface PDF


Dynamical Temperature from the Phase Space Trajectory PDF
András Baranyai 1-3
Separation of Gases by Membranes: The Effects of Pollutants on the Stability of Membranes PDF
Nándor Nemestóthy 5-8
Selective Removal of Hydrogen Sulphide from Industrial Gas Mixtures Using Zeolite NaA PDF
Tamás Kristóf 9-15
Dynamic Simulator-Based APC Design for a Naphtha Redistillation Column PDF
László Szabó, Klára Kubovicsné Stocz, Laura Szabó, Sándor Németh, Ferenc Szeifert 17-22
Replacement of Biased Estimators with Unbiased Ones in the Case of Student's T-Distribution and Geary’S Kurtosis PDF
Gergely Tóth, Pál Szepesváry 23-27
Formation, Photophysics, Photochemistry and Quantum Chemistry of the Out-of-Plane Metalloporphyrins PDF
Zsolt Valicsek, Melitta P. Kiss, Melinda A. Fodor, Muhammad Imran, Ottó Horváth 29-36
Improvement Possibilities of Heterogeneous Photocatalysis with the Aim of In-Field Use PDF
Orsolya Fónagy, Péter Hegedűs, Erzsébet Szabó-Bárdos, Annamária Dobrádi, Ottó Horváth 37-48
Adapting the Sdewes Index to Two Hungarian Cities PDF
Viktor Sebestyén, Viola Somogyi, Szandra Szőke, Anett Utasi 49-59
Surface Energy Heterogeneity Profiles of Carbon Nanotubes with a Copolymer-Modified Surface Using Surface Energy Mapping by Inverse Gas Chromatography PDF
Fruzsina Gerencsér, Norbert Rieder, Csilla Varga, Jenő Hancsók, András Dallos 61-66
Initial Electrical Parameter Validation in Lead-Acid Battery Model Used for State Estimation PDF
Bence Csomós, Dénes Fodor, Gábor Kohlrusz 67-71
Simulating Ion Transport wth the Np+Lemc Method. Applications to Ion Channels and Nanopores. PDF
Dávid Fertig, Eszter Mádai, Mónika Valiskó, Dezső Boda 73-84
Downloadable Full Issue PDF

Professor János Liszi


In memoriam János Liszi

This issue is dedicated to Professor János Liszi who was the Rector of the University of Veszprém in 1989-1995. The University acquired this name (today: University of Pannonia) during his term in an era of severe political and economic challenges. Under his leadership the University took on these challenges and has been modernized to become an institution with a wider scope. He was the head of the Department of Physical Chemistry for many years. The Department was also reshaped during this period.

His early death was unexpected and mourned.

He influenced the life of many and and left his mark on his Alma Mater in Veszprém, but he also had an impact on other institutions as the commemoration of László Rácz below indicates. László Rácz was the Head of the Chemistry Department in Eger when Professor Liszi joined to teach Physical Chemistry there.

It was an honor to organize and edit this issue to salute my respected supervisor.


Veszprém, 19 December 2017.

Dezső Boda
Issue Editor

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ISSN: 0133-0276