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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Green Chemistry: Frontiers in Benign Chemical Syntheses and Processes

Title:
Green Chemistry: Frontiers in Benign Chemical Syntheses and Processes

Abstract:
Full Citation: Anastas, P.T. and Williamson, T.C., eds. Green Chemistry: Frontiers in Benign Chemical Syntheses and Processes. Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom, 1998.

Summary: This book is a compilation of articles devoted to various aspects of green chemistry. Included are articles on alternative feedstocks and reagents, catalysis, biocatalysis and bioprocessing, alternative solvents, uses of carbon dioxide, and alternative synthesis and processing. See http://www.oup-usa.org/k153/toc/tc_0198501706.html for the Table of Contents of this book. Length: 384 pages.

Price/Ordering Information: Check with your local library or bookstore. If this item is not part of your local library’s collection, ask your librarian about interlibrary loan options. The book is also available directly from the publisher, Oxford University Press, for $92; see http://www.oup-usa.org/k153/isbn/0198501706.html for details.

URL:
Hard Copy

Source:
Oxford University Press

Resource Type:
Other resources

Date of Publication:
1998

Associated Sectors:

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