Research articles

  1. C. Yang, G. Szekely, Ultrathin 12-nm-thick solvent-resistant composite membranes from biosourced dialdehyde starch and priamine building blocks, Advanced Membranes, 2022, 2, 100041 (selected for front cover)
  2. R. Hardian, G. Szekely, Multistep Transformation from Amorphous and Nonporous Fullerenols to Highly Crystalline Microporous Materials, ChemSusChem, 2022, in press – IF: 9.1
  3. A.K. Beke, G. Szekely, Enantioselective nanofiltration using predictive process modeling: Bridging the gap between materials development and process requirements, Journal of Membrane Science, 2022, 663, 121020 – IF: 10.5
  4. J. Hu, S. Kumar, R. Hardian, C. Yang, G. Szekely, Solvent-resistant polyimide aerogel film as ultrapermeable support for thin-film composite and covalent organic framework nanofiltration membranes, Separation and Purification Technology, 2022, 302, 122162 – IF: 9.1
  5. C. Yang, F. Topuz, S.-H. Park, G. Szekely, Biobased thin-film composite membranes comprising priamine–genipin selective layer on nanofibrous biodegradable polylactic acid support for oil and solvent-resistant nanofiltrationGreen Chemistry, 2022, 24, 5291 Open_Access_logo small – IF: 11
  6. B. Alhazmi, F. Alduraiei, P. Manchanda, S. Chisca, G. Szekely, S.P. Nunes, Naturally-derived Allylated Gallic Acid for Interfacially Polymerized MembranesACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2022, 10, 13585 (selected for journal cover) – IF: 9.2
  7. G. Szekely, New era of sustainable design for molecular motorsChem Catalysis, 2022, 2, 1510
  8. F. Topuz, M.A. Abdulhamid, G. Szekely, Superoleophilic Oil-Adsorbing Membranes Based on Porous and Nonporous Fluorinated Polyimides for the Rapid Remediation of Oil SpillsChemical Engineering Journal, 2022, 449, 137821 – IF: 16.7
  9. R. Hardian, A. Alammar, T. Holtzl, G. Szekely, Fabrication of sustainable organic solvent nanofiltration membranes using cellulose–chitosan biopolymer blendsJournal of Membrane Science, 2022, 658, 120743 – IF: 10.5
  10. M.A. Abdulhamid, R. Hardian, G. Szekely, Carbon molecular sieve membranes with integrally skinned asymmetric structure for organic solvent nanofiltration (OSN) and organic solvent reverse osmosis (OSRO)Applied Materials Today, 2022, 28, 101541 – IF: 8.7
  11. J. Cavalcante, R. Hardian, G. Szekely, Antipathogenic upcycling of face mask waste into separation materials using green solventsSustainable Materials and Technologies, 2022, 32, e00448 – IF: 10.7
  12. S. Overmans, G. Ignacz, A.K. Beke, J. Xu, P. Saikaly, G. Szekely, K.J. Lauersen, Continuous extraction and concentration of secreted metabolites from engineered microbes using membrane technologyGreen Chemistry, 2022, 24, 5479 (selected for 2022 HOT Green Chemistry articleselected for front coverOpen_Access_logo small – IF: 11
  13. R. McNair, S. Kumar, A.D..D Wonanke, M. Addicoat, R.A.W. Dryfe, G. Szekely, Ionic covalent organic nanosheet (iCON)–quaternized polybenzimidazole nanocomposite anion-exchange membranes to enhance the performance of membrane capacitive deionizationDesalination, 2022, 533, 115777 – IF: 11.2
  14. J. Hu, R. Hardian, M. Gede, T. Holtzl, G. Szekely, Reversible crosslinking of polybenzimidazole-based organic solvent nanofiltration membranes using difunctional organic acids: Toward sustainable crosslinking approachesJournal of Membrane Science, 2022, 648, 120383 – IF: 10.5
  15. R. McNair, G. Szekely, R.A.W. Dryfe, Sustainable processing of electrodes for membrane capacitive deionization (MCDI)Journal of Cleaner Production, 2022, 342, 130922 – IF: 11.1
  16. M.A. Abdulhamid, G. Szekely, Organic solvent nanofiltration membranes based on polymers of intrinsic microporosityCurrent Opinion in Chemical Engineering, 2022, 36, 100804 – IF: 6.1
  17. H.Y.N. Thi, S. Kim, B.T.D. Nguyen, D. Lim, S. Kumar, H. Lee, G. Szekely, J.F. Kim, Closing the Sustainable Life Cycle Loop of Membrane Technology via a Cellulose Biomass PlatformACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2022, 10, 2532 Open_Access_logo small – IF: 9.2
  18. F. Alduraiei, S. Kumar, J. Liu, S.P. Nunes, G. Szekely, Rapid fabrication of fluorinated covalent organic polymer membranes for organic solvent nanofiltrationJournal of Membrane Science, 2022, 648, 120345 – IF: 10.5
  19. S. Kumar, M.A. Abdulhamid, D Wonanke, M.A. Addicoat, G. Szekely, Norbornane-based covalent organic frameworks for gas separationNanoscale, 2022, 14, 2475 Open_Access_logo small – IF: 8.3
  20. G. Ignacz, G. Szekely, Deep learning meets quantitative structure–activity relationship (QSAR) for leveraging structure-based prediction of solute rejection in organic solvent nanofiltrationJournal of Membrane Science, 2022, 646, 120268 – IF: 10.5
  21. R. Hardian, R. M. Cywar, E. Y.-X. Chen, G. Szekely, Sustainable nanofiltration membranes based on biosourced fully recyclable polyesters and green solventsJournal of Membrane Science Letters, 2022, 2, 100016 Open_Access_logo small
  22. A. Alammar, R. Hardian, G. Szekely, Upcycling agricultural waste into membranes: from date seed biomass to oil and solvent-resistant nanofiltrationGreen Chemistry, 2022, 24, 365 Open_Access_logo small – IF: 11
  23. S.-H. Park, C. Yang, N. Ayaril, G. Szekely, Solvent-resistant Thin Film Composite Membranes from Biomass-derived Building Blocks: Chitosan and 2,5-FurandicarboxaldehydeACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2022, 10, 998 (selected for journal coverOpen_Access_logo small – IF: 9.2
  24. M.A. Abdulhamid, R. Hardian, P.M. Bhatt, S.J. Datta, A. Ramirez, J. Gascon, M. Eddaoudi, G. Szekely, Molecular engineering of intrinsically microporous polybenzimidazole for energy-efficient gas separationApplied Materials Today, 2022, 26, 101271 – IF: 8.7
  25. G. Ignacz, C. Yang, G. Szekely, Diversity matters: Widening the chemical space in organic solvent nanofiltrationJournal of Membrane Science, 2022, 641, 119929 Open_Access_logo small – IF: 10.5
  26. F. Topuz, M.A. Abdulhamid, R. Hardian, T. Holtzl, G. Szekely, Nanofibrous membranes comprising intrinsically microporous polyimides with embedded metal–organic frameworks for capturing volatile organic compoundsJournal of Hazardous Materials, 2022, 424, 127347 – IF: 14.2
  27. F. Topuz, D.G. Oldal, G. Szekely, Valorization of Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Plastic Wastes as Nanofibrous Membranes for Oil Removal: Sustainable Solution for Plastic Waste and Oil PollutionIndustrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2022, 61, 9077 – IF: 4.3

Review article

  1. G. Szekely, New era of sustainable design for molecular motorsChem Catalysis, 2022, 2, 1510

Book contributions

Editor, Writer:

  1. G. Szekely, D. Zhao, Sustainable Separation Engineering: Materials, Techniques and Process Development Volumes 1 and 2 published by Wiley, 2022

Book chapters:

  1. Ignacz, R. Orkenyi, A. Konczol, G. Szekely, Sustainable Separations in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing chapter in the book titled Contemporary Chemical Approaches for Green and Sustainable Drugs published by Elsevier, 2022 (in press)
  2. S. Kumar, M.H. Abdellah, A. Alammar, G. Szekely, Biorenewable Nanocomposite Materials in Membrane Separations chapter in the book titeled Biorenewable Nanocomposite Materials, Vol. 2: Desalination and Wastewater Remediation published by ACS Symposium Series, 2022
  3. A. Alammar, G. Szekely, Polymer-based Nanofiltration Membranes chapter in the book titeled Advancement in Polymer-Based Membranes for Water Remediation published by Elsevier, 2022