CEP: March 2005 While hydrogen is clearly neither a magic bullet nor a short-term solution, we see no consensus as to what role hydrogen may ultimately play in future energy systems, or for how aggressively the U.S. should pursue research to address the many challenges that must be met to bring about this revolutionary change... Share The Hydrogen Economy: Further Studies Needed Before Reaching a Conclusion March2005Critical Issues Catalyst Recovery, Part 2 Ensure Fair Market Value Through Accurate Sampling March2005Reactions and SeparationsRobert T Jacobsen Sampling is the key to determining the precious-metals content of spent catalysts, and ultimately the value of the metals. Make the Most Out of Process Safety and Operability Information March2005SafetyV. Anthony CilibertiWhen information is organized and accessible, more people will use it and thus be better informed. Better information means better decisions, which results in safer facilities and more efficient operations. Guidelines for Selecting Sterilizing-Grade Filters March2005Fluids and Solids HandlingPhilip Blosse, Monica CardonaDetermine if your bioprocess needs a sterilizing grade filter, and if so, use these guidelines to select the proper one for your application. Beware of Pitfalls of Carbon Dioxide Freezing Prediction March2005Heat TransferSteve Chafin , Tim Eggeman Carbon dioxide freezing in a cryogenic system can result in plugging and other operational problems. This article offers insights into the carbon dioxide freezing phenomenon. Prepare Now for REACH Compliance March2005Environmental ManagementBeth Sirull Pending legislation would require companies that make or use chemicals in the European Union to register those substances. Sparking Creativity March2005Career CatalystJames D. Weith Try some of these strategies to light your creative fires and to fan their flames. Copyright Permissions: Would you like to reuse content from CEP Magazine or purchase an article reprint? Learn more about Reprints and Permissions.