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Green Separation Processes. Fundamentals and Applications. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2179571
  • Book
  • June 2005
  • 383 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
This timely book is the first to provide a comprehensive overview of all important aspects of this modern technology with the focus on the "green aspect". The expert authors present everything from reactions without solvents to nanostructures for separation methods, from combinatorial chemistry on solid phase to dendrimers. The result is a ready reference packed full of valuable facts on the latest developments in the field - high-quality information otherwise widely spread throughout articles and reviews.

From the contents:

Green chemistry for sustainable development

New synthetic methodologies and the demand for adequate separation processes

New developments in separation processes

Future trends and needs

It is a "must-have" for every researcher in the field.
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GREEN CHEMISTRY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Green Chemistry and Environmentally Friendly Technologies
Sustainable Development and Regulation
NEW SYNTHETIC METHODOLOGIES AND THE DEMAND FOR ADEQUATE SEPARATION PROCESSES
Microreactor Technology for Organic Synthesis
Solventless Reactions (SLR)
Combinatorial Chemistry on Solid Phase
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN SEPARATION PROCESSES
Overview of "Green " Separation Processes
Distillation
Green Enantiomeric Separations by Inclusion Complexation
Chromatography:a Non-analytical View
Fluid Extraction
Supercritical Fluids
Fluorinated Solvents
Ionic Liquids: Structure, Properties and Major Applications in Extraction/Reaction Technology
Pressure-driven Membrane Processes
Vapour Permeation and Pervaporation
Functionalized Magnetic Particles
Dendrimers
Separations using Superheated Water
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Carlos A. M. Afonso CQFM-Instituto Superior Tecnico, Lisbon, Portugal.

João Pedro G. Crespo Department of Chemistry, FCT-New University of Lisbon, Portugal.
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