Handbook of Green Chemistry

Handbook of Green Chemistry

Online ISBN: 9783527628698

DOI: 10.1002/9783527628698

Editor(s): Prof. Paul T. Anastas

What's New


In April 2012, the following NEW articles were posted:

Alternative Feedstocks for Synthesis

A Review of Green Synthesis of Nanophase Inorganic Materials for Green Chemistry Applications

Atom Economy: a Challenge for Enhanced Synthetic Efficiency

Biochemical Pesticides: Green Chemistry Designs by Nature

Biological Synthesis of Pharmaceuticals

Chemistry Beyond Functional Group Transformation

CO2-Expanded Liquids for Nanoparticle Processing

Designing for Non-Persistence

Designing Safer Organocatalysts – What Lessons Can Be Learned When the Rebirth of an Old Research Area Coincides with the Advent of Green Chemistry?

Design of Safer Chemicals – Ionic Liquids

Development and Application of Isocyanide-based Multicomponent Reactions

Differential Toxicity Characterization of Green Alternative Chemicals

Drugs

Evaluating the Greenness of Synthesis

Flow Syntheses

Formation of Nanoemulsions by Low-Energy Methods and Their Use as Templates for the Preparation of Polymeric Nanoparticles

Formation of Nanoparticles Assisted by Ionic Liquids

Greener Chelating Agents

Green Synthesis and Applications of Magnetic Nanoparticles

Improvements to the Environmental Performance of Synthetic-Based Drilling Muds

Informing Substitution to Safer Alternatives

Interaction of Chemicals with the Endocrine System

Life-Cycle Concepts for Sustainable Use of Engineered Nanomaterials in Nanoproducts

Nanoencapsulation for Process Intensification

Nanomaterials from Biobased Amphiphiles: the Functional Role of Unsaturations

Parameterization and Tracking of Optimization of Synthesis Strategy Using Computer Spreadsheet Algorithms

Photocatalysis by Nanostructured TiO2-based Semiconductors

Property-Based Approaches to Design Rules for Reduced Toxicity

Reducing Carcinogenicity and Mutagenicity Through Mechanism-Based Molecular Design of Chemicals

Reducing Ecotoxicity

Reducing Physical Hazards: Encouraging Inherently Safer Production

Structural and Toxic Mechanism-Based Approaches to Designing Safer Chemicals

Synthesis Assisted by Electricity

Synthesis in Green Solvents

Syntheses via C–H Bond Functionalizations

Synthesis Without Metals

Synthesis Without Protecting Groups

The Design of Safer Chemicals: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives

Toxicity of Carbon Nanotubes

Understanding Mechanisms of Metabolic Transformations as a Tool for Designing Safer Chemicals

Use of Extracted Anthocyanin Derivatives in Nanostructures for Solar Energy Conversion

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