Green Separation Processes: Fundamentals and Applications

Green Separation Processes: Fundamentals and Applications

Editor(s): Carlos A. M. Afonso, João G. Crespo

Published Online: 9 FEB 2006

Print ISBN: 9783527309856

Online ISBN: 9783527606603

DOI: 10.1002/3527606602

About this Book

This timely book is the first to provide a comprehensive overview of all important aspects of this modern technology with the focus on the "green aspect". The expert authors present everything from reactions without solvents to nanostructures for separation methods, from combinatorial chemistry on solid phase to dendrimers. The result is a ready reference packed full of valuable facts on the latest developments in the field - high-quality information otherwise widely spread throughout articles and reviews.

From the contents:
* Green chemistry for sustainable development
* New synthetic methodologies and the demand for adequate separation processes
* New developments in separation processes
* Future trends and needs

It is a "must-have" for every researcher in the field.

Table of contents

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  1. Part 1: Green Chemistry for Sustainable Development

  2. Part 2: New Synthetic Methodologies and the Demand for Adequate Separation Processes

  3. Part 3: New Developments in Separation Processes

    1. Chapter 3.2

      Distillation (pages 127–154)

      Sven Steinigeweg and Jürgen Gmehling

    2. Chapter 3.5

      Fluid Extraction (pages 207–249)

      Anna Banet Osuna, Ana Šerbanović, Manuel Nunes da Ponte, Hiroshi Matsubara, Ilhyong Ryu and Jairton Dupont

    3. Chapter 3.6

      Membrane Processes (pages 251–289)

      Ivo F.J. Vankelecom, Lieven E.M. Gevers, Thomas Schäfer and Professor Dr. João G. Crespo

    4. Chapter 3.7

      Nanostructures in Separation (pages 291–322)

      Costas Tsouris, Jeremy Noonan, Tung-Yu Ying, Ching-Ju Chin, Sotira Yiacoumi, Karsten Gloe, Bianca Antonioli, Kerstin Gloe and Holger Stephan

  4. Part 4: Concluding Remarks

    1. Chapter 4

      Concluding Remarks (pages 341–344)

      Professor Dr. Carlos A. M. Afonso and Professor Dr. João G. Crespo

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