Green Chemistry

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Parent Topic:

Chemistry, Environmental chemistry, Organic chemistry

Child Topic:

Biodegradation, Monopropellant, Supercritical water oxidation, On water reaction, Microplasma, Chemical oxygen demand, Three point flexural test, Decaffeination, Mixed acid fermentation, Green chemistry metrics, California Green Chemistry Initiative, Supercritical carbon dioxide, Leaching, Bioplastic, Dry media reaction, Flexural modulus, Atom economy, Cross-flow filtration, Precipitation polymerization, Supercritical fluid, Multiple cloning site, Suspension polymerization, Polyhydroxyalkanoates, Supercritical fluid extraction

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Paper Recommendation
2007 Transformation of Carbon Dioxide

1999 Green Chemistry: Challenges and Opportunities

2007 Making Plastics From Carbon Dioxide: Salen Metal Complexes As Catalysts For The Production of Polycarbonates From Epoxides and CO2

2007 Greener Approaches To Organic Synthesis Using Microreactor Technology

2005 Green Chemistry: Biodiesel Made With Sugar Catalyst

2005 Green Chemistry: Reversible Nonpolar-to-polar Solvent

2007 Toward Greener Nanosynthesis

2001 Review: Crystal Engineering of Hydrogen-Bonded Assemblies - A Progress Report

2007 Design of Sustainable Chemical Products — The Example of Ionic Liquids

2004 Thermal Degradation of Ionic Liquids at Elevated Temperatures

2007 Chemical Routes For The Transformation of Biomass into Chemicals.

2002 Formation of Regular Honeycomb-Patterned Porous Film By Self-Organization

2002 Sustainable Bio-Composites From Renewable Resources: Opportunities and Challenges in The Green Materials World

2002 Design and Preparation of Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids Containing Biodegradable Side Chains

2001 Synthesis of 2,5‐Diformylfuran and Furan‐2,5‐Dicarboxylic Acid By Catalytic Air‐Oxidation of 5‐Hydroxymethylfurfural. Unexpectedly Selective Aerobic Oxidation of Benzyl Alcohol To Benzaldehyde With Metal=Bromide Catalysts

1999 Green Chemistry Puts Down Roots

2004 Biocatalysis in Ionic Liquids

2007 Sustainable Technology: Green Chemistry

2001 Dry Media Reactions

2000 Utilization of TiO~2 Photocatalysts in Green Chemistry