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Handbook of Green Chemistry and Technology

Edited By: J Clark and D Macquarrie
384 pages, 60 illus
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Handbook of Green Chemistry and Technology
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  • Handbook of Green Chemistry and Technology ISBN: 9780632057153 Hardback May 2002 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Outlines the role chemistry has to play in sustainable development, for example by reducing the materials and energy intensity of chemical processes and products.


Contributors; Preface; Introduction; Principles of sustainable and green chemistry; Chemistry and the environment; Green chemistry and sustainable development; Life cycle assessment: A tool for identification of more sustainable products and processes; Industrial processes using solid acid catalysts; Micelle templated silicas as catalysts in green chemistry; Polymer-supported reagents; Biocatalysis; Recent advances in phase transfer catalysis; Hydrogen peroxide in waste minimisation - current and potential contributions; Waste minimisation in pharmaceutical process development: Principles, practice and challenges; Green catalysts for industry; Green chemistry in practice; Process intensification for green chemistry; Sonochemistry; Applications of microwaves for environmentally benign organic chemistry; Photochemistry; Electrochemistry and sustainability; Fuel cells: a clean energy technology for the future; Supercritical carbon dioxide as an environmentally benign reaction medium for chemical synthesis; Chemistry in fluorous biphasic systems; Extraction of natural products with superheated water; Index

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Edited By: J Clark and D Macquarrie
384 pages, 60 illus
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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'The editors, who are also the editors of Green Chemistry Journal have done an outstanding job in getting a group of distinguished authors to contribute to this excellent text.' Trevor Laird, Organic Process R & D
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