Volume 8 (2023)
Volume 7 (2022)
Volume 6 (2021)
Volume 5 (2020)
Volume 4 (2019)
Volume 3 (2018)
Volume 2 (2017)
Volume 1 (2016)
Number of Volumes 9
Number of Issues 32
Number of Articles 257
Number of Contributors 715
Article View 328,870
PDF Download 172,899
View Per Article 1279.65
PDF Download Per Article 672.76
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Number of Submissions 772
Rejected Submissions 466
Rejection Rate 60
Accepted Submissions 257
Acceptance Rate 33
Time to Accept (Days) 145
Number of Indexing Databases 9
Number of Reviewers 990

Journal of Water and Environmental Nanotechnology (JWENT), Abbreviated as J Water Environ Nanotechnol, is an international, quarterly, double-blind, peer-reviewed, libre open access (), scientific journal published in association with Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC) and Iranian Environmental Mutagen Society, devoted to the dissemination of original research articles and topical reviews on water and environmental nanotechnology and related issues such as nano-safety, monitoring and management studies. Mutational bases of the effects of nanotechnology on environment also fall within the scope of the journal. The journal is intended to provide state-of-the-art expositions of latest advances by theoretical, numerical and experimental studies across the spectrum of the field, from scientific enquiries to practical applications. The journal can cover nanoscale science and technology relevant to water and environment, risk assessment activities and regulatory policies on issues of environmental and human health and nano-focused water and environmental research as well as environmental mutation area. This journal intends to be interests of international scholars,   researchers, practitioners and academic members, industrial and governmental sectors. This journal is open access and all available content and materials on it are available for free under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. (CC-BY 4.0).

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Original Research Paper
Combined Hydrolysis to Yield Increase of Cellulose and (CNCs), Starting from Agroindustrial Rice Husk Waste in Morelos, Mexico

Ricardo Hernández Pérez; René Salgado Delgado; Alfredo Olarte Paredes; Areli Marlen Salgado Delgado; Beatriz Flores Abarca; Oswaldo E. Silva Astudillo

Volume 9, Issue 2 , May 2024, Pages 124-136

https://doi.org/10.22090/jwent.2024.02.01

Abstract
  Rice husk (Oryza sativa L.) is considered an agroindustrial waste that requires alternative treatment to prevent it from becoming an environmental contaminant. Some recent reports have been able to produce Nanocellulose (CNCs) with this biomass, although with low yields, after using a complex of endo ...  Read More

Combined Hydrolysis to Yield Increase of Cellulose and (CNCs), Starting from Agroindustrial Rice Husk Waste in Morelos, Mexico


Original Research Paper
Synthesis of ZnO nanostructures with different morphologies on biochar support for photocatalytic degradation of organic dye

maryam Fayazi

Volume 9, Issue 2 , May 2024, Pages 137-148

https://doi.org/10.22090/jwent.2024.02.02

Abstract
  In the present study, different morphologies (viz., spherical and nanoroad) of zinc oxide (ZnO) were successfully deposited on the biochar support material via a simple hydrothermal approach. The biochar utilized in this research was obtained through the pyrolysis process of pistachio residues. Characterization ...  Read More

Synthesis of ZnO nanostructures with different morphologies on biochar support for photocatalytic degradation of organic dye


Original Research Paper
Highly efficient scavenging of nitrophenol, arsenic (V), copper (II), dibenzothiphene, and carbazole by nanoporous silica/carbon adsorbents for remediation of oil and water pollutants

Ghasem Zolfaghari

Volume 9, Issue 2 , May 2024, Pages 149-172

https://doi.org/10.22090/jwent.2024.02.03

Abstract
  At present study, the removal of p-nitrophenol (PNP) by a newly designed mesoporous organocarbon, monolayers of ß-cyclodextrine (CD) on oxidzed ordered nanoporous carbon (OX-ONC) via 1,4-phenylene diisocyanate (PDI) linking denoted as CD-ONC was optimized. Furthermore, Au-doped mesoporous carbon ...  Read More

Highly efficient scavenging of nitrophenol, arsenic (V), copper (II), dibenzothiphene, and carbazole by nanoporous silica/carbon adsorbents for remediation of oil and water pollutants


Original Research Paper
Exploring the Potential of Alternative Methods to Monitor the Impact of Nanomaterials on Corals Using Gorgonia ventalina as a Model Organism

Carlos A Malca Reyes; Ermides Chavez Baldovino; Marielys Torres Diaz; Lisby F Santiago-Pagan; Peter Feng; Claudia P Ruiz-Diaz; Carlos Toledo-Hernandez; Kai Griebenow; Liz M. Diaz Vazquez

Volume 9, Issue 2 , May 2024, Pages 173-185

https://doi.org/10.22090/jwent.2024.02.04

Abstract
  The environmental fate and biological effects of nanomaterials in marine ecosystems are of increasing concern, yet monitoring techniques remain limited. This study explores alternative methods to evaluate the influence of Gold Nanoparticles (AuNPs) on corals using Gorgonia ventalina as a model organism. ...  Read More

Exploring the Potential of Alternative Methods to Monitor the Impact of Nanomaterials on Corals Using Gorgonia ventalina as a Model Organism


Original Research Paper
The effect of particle size on photocatalytic degradation of oxytetracycline by ZnO nanoparticles

Reza Torkamani; Bagher Aslibeiki; Masih Darbandi; Hamid Naghshara

Volume 9, Issue 2 , May 2024, Pages 186-195

https://doi.org/10.22090/jwent.2024.02.05

Abstract
  The toxicity of oxytetracycline (OTC) antibiotic remains in the environment and threatens the life of living things. In this research, two series of ZnO nanoparticle catalysts with different particle sizes were prepared.. The structural and optical characteristics of the samples were analyzed and the ...  Read More

The effect of particle size on photocatalytic degradation of oxytetracycline by ZnO nanoparticles


Original Research Paper
A magnetic nanoadsorbent based on expanded graphite with enhanced surface area for the removal of sulfamethoxazole and malachite green from aqueous solutions

Asadollah Mohammadi; Parisa Abedi; Mohammad Reza Gholami

Volume 9, Issue 2 , May 2024, Pages 196-210

https://doi.org/10.22090/jwent.2024.02.06

Abstract
  In this study, a new magnetic nanoadsorbent (denoted as Fe3O4/EXG/Cellulose) was synthesized using expanded graphite (EXG), microcrystalline cellulose and Fe3O4 nanoparticles. The Fe3O4/EXG/Cellulose was used as an effective nanoadsorbent for the removal of sulfamethoxazole (SMX) and malachite green ...  Read More

A magnetic nanoadsorbent based on expanded graphite with enhanced surface area for the removal of sulfamethoxazole and malachite green from aqueous solutions


Original Research Paper
Green route synthesis of manganese oxide nanoparticles by using methanolic extract of Sapindus mukorossi (reetha)

Geetanjali Lohiya; Anshu Tamta; Bhuwan Chandra; Narain Datt Kandpal; Rajendra Joshi

Volume 9, Issue 2 , May 2024, Pages 211-222

https://doi.org/10.22090/jwent.2024.02.07

Abstract
  Nanoparticles of manganese oxide have been synthesized by a green chemistry approach using manganese chloride (MnCl2.2H2O), potassium permanganate (KMnO4), and methanolic extract of Sapindus mukorossi (reetha). In this study, we report here a simple ecofriendly green route to synthesize MnO2 nanoparticles. ...  Read More

Green route synthesis of manganese oxide nanoparticles by using methanolic extract of Sapindus mukorossi (reetha)


Review Paper
Opportunities and Future Perspective of Nanofertilizers and Controlled Release Nanofertilizers in Agriculture

Tahereh Raiesi Ardali; Leila Soleimanpour; Leila Mamani; Mostafa Chorom

Volume 9, Issue 2 , May 2024, Pages 223-247

https://doi.org/10.22090/jwent.2024.02.08

Abstract
  Nanofertilizers offer opportunities for the development of new types of fertilizers. In this study, we focused on the different types of nano fertilizers that enhance plant growth and reduce harmful environmental effects. Nanofertilizers, especially when using new technologies in fertilizer products ...  Read More

Opportunities and Future Perspective of Nanofertilizers and Controlled Release Nanofertilizers in Agriculture


Publisher:
Iranian Environmental Mutagen Society

Director-in-Charge:
Professor Sepideh Arbabi Bidgoli

Editor-in-Chief:
Professor Mohsen Jahanshahi

Managing Editor:
Dr. Motahare Masoumi


Frequency: Quarterly

Print ISSN: 2476-7204

Online ISSN: 2476-6615

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