Green Catalysis and Green Technology

Green Catalysis and Green Technology

Catalysis, a concept in chemistry, entails modifying reaction rates via a substance that remains unaltered after the process. Green chemistry encompasses the creation of chemical products and procedures that curtail the utilization and formation of harmful compounds, encompassing all facets of the field. Ecologically mindful catalyst design is gaining ground, with diverse heterogeneous catalysts solid catalyst forms being adopted across the chemical industry. The primary merits of heterogeneous catalysts in environmentally sound chemical synthesis lie in their capacity for retrieval and recycling, effectively substituting the need for additional reagents at each phase of the process. This ensures sustainability by enabling the reuse of catalysts, thus aligning with the principles of green chemistry.

  • Solid Acid Catalysts
  • Green Chemistry
  • Biomass
  • HMF

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