Sustainable Chemistry

Sustainable Chemistry

Green chemistry pertains to creating chemical products and procedures that minimize or eradicate the utilization of hazardous elements. This approach spans the complete life cycle of a chemical product, encompassing its conception, production, application, and disposal. Another term used interchangeably with green chemistry is sustainable chemistry. As defined by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), green chemistry entails crafting and employing chemical products and methods that restrict or eradicate the deployment and production of harmful substances. Operating at the intersection of chemistry, chemical technology, biotechnology, molecular biology, ecology, and toxicity, green chemistry is an interdisciplinary field. Collaboration among these diverse domains has the potential to foster novel technologies and eco-conscious synthetic techniques, driving advancements in environmentally benign chemical manufacturing.

  • Sustainable Chemistry and Environmental Science
  • Sustainable Chemistry in Education
  • Sustainable Chemistry and Circular Economy
  • Recent Developments in Greener Synthesis and Catalysis
  • Green Analytical Chemistry

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