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    Green chemistry. Nov 18, 2013 • Download as PPT, PDF •. 19 likes • 18,796 views. AI-enhanced description. Chakravarthy Adusumalli. The document discusses the principles of green chemistry. It provides 10 principles of green chemistry including prevention of waste, increasing atom economy in chemical processes, designing safer chemical ...

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    What is Green Chemistry. Green Chemistry is: the design of chemical products and processes that reduce and/or eliminate the use or generation of hazardous substances. Green Chemistry. Encourages holistic, systems or life-cycle thinking about reagents and processes. Addresses the use of not just chemicals, but water and energy.


    GREEN CHEMISTRY. Dec 20, 2014 • Download as PPTX, PDF •. 52 likes • 46,863 views. AI-enhanced description. Naveen R. Follow. Some past incidents show the dangers of pollution, such as the Cuyahoga River catching fire due to chemical pollution. Green chemistry aims to reduce hazardous waste and pollution through principles like preventing ...

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    Principles of Green Chemistry. The twelve principles of green chemistry are: Preventing waste is better than treating or cleaning up waste after it is created. 1.Prevention. 2.Atom Economy. Synthetic methods should try to maximize the incorporation of all materials used in the process into the final product. 3.Less hazardous chemical syntheses.

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    Introduction to Green Chemistry. Mary Kirchhoff Associated Colleges of the Chicago Area 16 September 2003. Green Chemistry. Green Chemistry is the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use and/or generation of hazardous substances. Slideshow 2409719 by hestia.

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    In this lecture students will learn about the 12 Green Chemistry Principles and explore industrial examples of implementing the principles. Lesson download includes: Lesson Plan 3: 12 Principles of Green Chemistry. PowerPoint Presentation 3: 12 Principles of Green Chemistry. Class Exercises: Writing the 12 Principles and E-Factor.

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    Presentation Transcript. INTRODUCTION • Green chemistry, also called sustainable chemistry • defined as the practice of chemical science and manufacturing in a manner that is sustainable, safe, and non-polluting and that consumes minimum amounts of materials and energy while producing little or no waste material. • production, processing ...

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    Green chemistry is a newly emerging field to design, synthesize and implement chemical products by scientists and engineers that would protect and benefit the economy, people, and our planet by finding creative and innovative methods to reduce waste, conserve energy, and discover replacements for hazardous substances.

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