By Fulvio Zecchini, Pietro Tundo (Editor) Alvise Perosa
This booklet goals to stimulate and advertise the wide-ranging points of eco-friendly chemistry and its significant position in making sure sustainable development.The e-book covers the next parts: eco-friendly chemistry; eco-friendly reagents and atom financial system; safeguarding the ambience; commercial eco-friendly catalysis; replacement response stipulations; biocatalysis and eco-friendly chemistry.This e-book is predicated at the 3rd variation of the gathering of Lectures of the summer time faculties on eco-friendly Chemistry held in Venice, Italy within the summers of 1998-2003 (sponsored through the ecu fee, TMR and bettering Programmes and performed by way of the Consortzio Interuniversitario los angeles Chemica in line with l'Ambiente).
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Methods and Reagents for Green Chemistry by Fulvio Zecchini, Pietro Tundo (Editor) Alvise Perosa