Trends in Green Chemistry Open Access

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Tamaghna Chakraborti

Department of Engineering, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India

  • Research Article   
    A Study on Chemical Reactor Concepts for Green Chemical Processes
    Author(s): Tamaghna Chakraborti*

    Green synthesis of chemicals has a significant positive impact on environment. Because of the impact on pollution, energy consumption, air quality, and global warming, the scientific community and chemical industry are becoming increasingly interested in concepts like atom economy; renewables feed stocks and sustainable solvents as an inseparable part of green synthesis. For example, solvent losses are a major source of organic pollution, and solvent cleanup consumes a lot of energy and more environmentally friendly or sustainable solvents have been proposed and developed over the last three decades. Green chemistry for chemical synthesis addresses future challenges in chemical synthesis by developing new synthetic schemes and apparatus to simplify chemical production, developing novel reactions to maximize desired products while minimizing by products, and see.. View More»

    DOI: 10.21767/2471-9889.10065

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