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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Green Chemistry: Designing Chemistry for the Environment

Green Chemistry: Designing Chemistry for the Environment

Full Citation: Anastas, P.T. and T.C. Williamson, eds. Green Chemistry: Designing Chemistry for the Environment. ACS Symposium Series No. 626. American Chemical Society: Washington, D.C, 1996.

Publisher: American Chemical Society

Summary: From the American Chemical Society web site: “Presents the alternative environmentally benign synthesis and processes for chemical manufacturing. Introduces green chemistry technologies, including biotechnology for pollution prevention. Presents alternative environmentally benign reaction conditions for chemical manufacturing. Discusses the use of catalysis for chemical pollution.” 238 pages.

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