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Sustainable Chemistry


Series: WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment Volume: 154

By: Carlos A Brebbia(Editor), G Reniers(Editor)

272 pages, illustrations

WIT Press

Hardback | May 2011 | #206214 | ISBN-13: 9781845645588
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As the demands of society increase in their quest for safer, better and more convenient products, the chemical industry is faced on the one hand with the possible depletion of natural resources and on the other with a large share of responsibility for the damage that may be caused to the environment and the population by their products. The main area of chemical activity consists of the conversion of various base metals into substances and materials with new chemical and physical properties. A substantial amount of research is being carried out regarding this conversion process, which now must incorporate sustainability requirements. In addition, other associated activities, such as the chemical supply chain, performance measurements and different types of management tasks, must meet sustainability standards.

Achieving sustainable chemistry based on clean processing routes, efficient use of resources, renewable materials, adequate management systems and other activities is not only essential for the future of a competitive chemical industry but also for a sustainable and healthy society and environment. Key to sustainable chemistry are innovative and cleaner technologies and the development of appropriate business models, performance measurements, and better integrated management. Sustainable Chemistry contains papers on the latest academic and industrial research in the field presented at the first international conference convened on the sustainable chemistry.


How to enhance sustainable chemistry in a non-technological way?
G. L. L. Reniers; K. Sörensen;

Comparison of two pharmaceutical production processes using different eco-efficiency measuring methods
G. Van der Vorst; W. Aelterman; P. Van Broeck; S. Walraedt; K. Schaerlaekens; P. Stouthuyzen; H. Van Langenhove; J. Dewulf;

Solvents for sustainable chemical processes
P. Pollet; C. A. Eckert; C. L. Liotta;

A new and greener method to manufacture copolymer-1
E. Ponnusamy;

Corning® Advanced-Flow™ reactor technology for process intensification
D. Chamrai;

Smart powder processing for energy and environment
M. Naito; H. Abe; A. Kondo;

Advanced technique to reduce emissions of fine particulate matter using ultrasounds
B. Bergmans; M. Dormann; F. Idczak; S. Petitjean; D. Steyls; B. Vanderheyden;

Measurement and analysis of fine particulate matters (PM10/PM2.5) and condensable nanoparticles emission from stationary sources
H. Kamiya; K. Hada; T. Sekizawa; M. Yamada; M. Tsukada; W. Lenggoro; M. Wada; N. Kogure; Y. Yuping; W. W. Szymanski;

Reduction technology of carbon dioxide emission from a coal utilized power generation system
H. Makino; N. Noda;

Catalyst design with porous functional structures
J. Van Noyen; S. Mullens; F. Snijkers; J. Luyten;

Development of photonic and thermodynamic crystals conforming to sustainability conscious materials tectonics
S. Kirihara; N. Ohta; T. Niki; Y. Uehara; S. Tasaki;

Strong bond cleavage promoted by silyl group migration in a coordination sphere
H. Nakazawa;

Bridging the gap between cellulose chemistry and heterogeneous catalysis
S. Van de Vyver; J. Geboers; L. Peng; F. de Clippel; M. Dusselier; T. Vosch; L. Zhang; G. Van Tendeloo; C. J. Gommes; B. Goderis; P. A. Jacobs; B. F. Sels;

Interests and challenges of organic solvent nanofiltration for sustainable chemistry: the case of homogeneous catalysis of metathesis
M. Rabiller-Baudry; G. Nasser; D. Delaunay; A. Keraani; T. Renouard; D. Roizard; H. Ben Soltane; C. Fischmeister; J. L. Couturier; D. Dhaler;

Activated ceramic materials with deposition of photocatalytic titano-silicate micro-crystals
P. De Luca; A. Chiodo; J. B. Nagy;

Developing a new certified reference material of brown algae for trace metal analysis
A. Santoro; M. Ricci; M. F. Tumba-Tshilumba; A. Held;

Preparation and characterization of biodegradable films from keratinous wastes of the leather industry
L. Barbosa; J. Costa; C. Rocha; O. M. Freitas; A. Crispim; C. Delerue-Matos; M. P. Gonçalves;

Characterization of liquefied products from model woody components in the presence of mineral acid catalysts
Q. Wang; Q. Chen; P. Apaer; Q. Qian; T. Maezono; N. Mitsumura; H. Kurokawa; X. Guo;

Basic study on combustion characteristics of waste rice husk and emission behavior from a new-type air vortex current combustor
Q. Wang; T. Maezono; Q. Chen; P. Apaer; Y. Wang; L. Gui; D. Niida; N. Mitsumura; M. Domon; I. Fujiwara; N. Yamaguchi;

Possibilities and limitations of LCA for the evaluation of soil remediation and cleanup
V. Cappuyns;

Study of bisphenol A in sanitary landfill soil
N. C. Vieceli; E. R. Lovatel; E. M. Cardoso; I. N. Filho;

Thread as a substrate for low-cost point-of-care diagnostics
X. Li; D. Ballerini; J. Tian; W. Shen;

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