Ramya S Kuna, , PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Molecular and cell biology
Salk Institute, USA
Dr. Srikanth Boinapally, , PhD
post doctorate (4 times) M.sc
Loai Aljerf, , PhD
Bachelor in Applied Chemistry from Damascus (1990-1995) DPG in Analytical Chemistry from Al-Baath (1996-1997) MRes in Chemistry from Damascus(1997-1999) DPG in Environmental Management from MSM (Maastricht/ Netherlands) (2008-2009) MSc in Analytical
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Trends in Green Chemistry is a New trend or buzz word to design safer chemicals and processes. It minimizes the negative impact of chemicals on the environment and helps in achieving sustainability in the chemical production. The desire of chemists to make products that are effective and economical expanded the scope of Green Chemistry.
Trends in Green Chemistry Journal, invites authors to explore their knowledge base in using green chemistry to preserve the environment. This provides an ample opportunity to demonstrate their inventiveness in the practice of sustainability in the fields of physical chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, geochemistry, physics, engineering and other allied areas to promote awareness and facilitate practice of green chemistry which includes
• Source Reduction
• Incorporate Sustainability early in the design process
• To Create Industrial Processes that Avert Hazard Problems
• Development of Eco-friendly chemicals and materials
• Analysis on the ecotoxicological and environmental effects of biomass processing
• Use of Environmentally Benign Solvent systems
• Generating Wealth from Waste
The practice of green chemistry not only leads to environmental benefits, but also for the economic and social benefits. The combination of these three benefits is known as the "triple bottom line" and provides strong encouragement to develop sustainable products and processes. Though Green chemistry is not a solution to all the environmental problems, it is a fundamental approach to prevent pollution as it is better to prevent waste than to treat it after it is formed.
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