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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Catalysis as a Foundational Pillar of Green Chemistry

Title:
Catalysis as a Foundational Pillar of Green Chemistry

Abstract:
Full Citation: Anastas, P.T., M.M. Kirchhoff, and T.C. Williamson. 2001. Catalysis as a foundational pillar of green chemistry. Applied Catalysis A—General 221(1-2): 3-13.

Publisher: Elsevier Science

Summary: Catalysis is one of the fundamental pillars of green chemistry, the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use and generation of hazardous substances. This paper highlights a variety of ways in which catalysis may be used as a pollution prevention tool in green chemistry reactions. The benefits to human health, environment, and the economic goals realized through the use of catalysis in manufacturing and processing are illustrated by focusing on the catalyst design and catalyst applications.

Price/Ordering Information: Check with your local library for availability of this journal. If this item is not part of your local library’s collection, ask your librarian about interlibrary loan options. See the publisher’s web site for further details and ordering information: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/issn/0926860X.

URL:
Hard Copy

Source:
Applied Catalysis A—General (journal)

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
2001

Associated Sectors:

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