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Hsien Tsung Wu 吳弦聰

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update date : 2021-11-25

Hsien Tsung Wu   Professor   Supercritical Fluids Technology Lab. (II)

 

Phone: (02) 2908-9899 ext.4630/ Lab: (02) 2908-9899 ext.4427

Fax:(02) 2908-3072

Email: stwu@mail.mcut.edu.tw

Office: Room 110, Chemical Engineering Building

 

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Research Interest

1. Supercritical Fluid Technology (Particulate, Dispersion)

The major research efforts focus on the formation and dispersion of nano- or micrometric particles. The micronization method by supercritical assisted atomization (SAA) has been applied in several materials, included PMMA and derived-copolymer, chitosan and mannitol. The dispersion method by supercritical fluid assisted dispersion (SFAD) has been applied in pigments, included red 177, green 36, blue 15:6, yellow 139, and violet23.

2. Dispersion polymerization

Monodispersed PMMA particle and composite particle containing pigment were prepared via a dispersion polymerization process.

3. Kinetics of Esterification

Kinetics behavior study on the synthesis of propyl levulinate over heterogeneous catalyst.

 

Education

Ph.D.: National Taiwan University of Science & Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering (9/2001-6/2006).

M.S.: National Taiwan University of Science & Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering (9/1996-6/1998).

B.S.: National Taiwan Institute of Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering (9/1994-6/1996)

 

Reviewed Articles

  1. Formulation of inhalable beclomethasone dipropionate-mannitol composite particles through low-temperature supercritical assisted atomization (2021, HT Wu, TH Li, HM Tsai, LJ Chien, YH Chuang, The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 168, 105095)
  2. Dissolution enhancement of indomethacin-chitosan hydrochloride composite particles produced using supercritical assisted atomization (2016, HT Wu, CP Yang, SC Huang, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers 67, 98-105)
  3. Precipitation kinetics of PMMA sub-micrometric particles with a supercritical assisted-atomization process (2011, HT Wu, MW Yang, The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 59, 98-107)

 

 

 

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