- Paul T. Anastas, editor, Lauren G. Heine, editor, Tracy C. Williamson, editor.
- Washington, DC : American Chemical Society : [Distributed by Oxford University Press], c2001.
- Physical description
- xi, 252 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- ACS symposium series 766.
- Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
- 1. Introduction
- GREEN PROCESSING
- 2. Novel water-borne coatings via hybrid miniemulsion polymerization
- 3. Pollution prevention in the magnetic tape industry. Solventless coating formulations for magnetic tape manufacture
- 4. Eliminating solvents and acids in wafer processing
- 5. Qualitative and quantitative analysis for environmentally benign electroplating operations
- 6. Emission reduction of perfluorocompounds in semiconductor manufacturers via capture and recycle
- GREEN APPLICATIONS OF CARBON DIOXIDE
- 7. Combined reaction/separation processes in CO[2
- 8. Green process concepts for the pharmaceutical industry (use of CO2 and nanoparticles)
- 9. Two-stage drawing of PET fibers using CO[2
- 10. Supercritical CO[2 carbonation of cement and cement/fiber composites: the Supramics7 process@
- ENVIRONMENTALLY BENIGN CATALYSIS
- 11. Low-pressure oxidative carbonylation of aniline with Pd/C and Ag-Pd/C
- 12. Clean combustion: catalyst challenges
- 13. Zeolite technologies for a greener environment
- 14. Catalytic recovery of elemental sulfur from dioxide-laden gas streams
- 15. Kinetics for the hydrodechlorination of chlorofluorocarbons over model palladium catalysts
- 16. Green separation science & technology: replacement of volatile organic compounds in industrial scale liquid/liquid or chromatographic separations
- 17. Separations research at USEPA: membranes and adsorption for recovery of VOCs and metals.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publisher's summary
This volume is part of a two-volume set devoted to promoting the concept of green chemistry. This first volume illustrates the pronounced impact that green engineering is having in a wide range of areas within chemical engineering, its counterpart will examine the role of green chemistry within chemical synthesis, each leading to a greater understanding and hopefully greater adoptions of these techniques by governments and chemical industry.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publication date
- ACS symposium series ; 766
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