Green Technologies for the Environment
The book "Green Technologies for the Environment" brings together experts in the field of biotechnology, chemistry, chemical engineering, environmental engineering and toxicology from both academia and industry, to discuss green processes for the environment. The topics included finding replacements for crude oil to meet both our energy needs as well as the supply of chemicals for the production of essential products, advances in chemical processing, waste valorization, alternative solvents, and developments in homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis as well as enzyme-based processes for chemical transformations.
Advances in green chemistry concepts will further enhance the field through the design of new chemicals and solvents. In addition, obtaining a better understanding of the mechanistic pathways involved in various reactions is essential toward advances in the field. The goal of the work described in each of the chapters is to address the need for best practices for chemical processes and for the production of chemicals, while promoting sustainability.
Oxford University Press
Citation for published book
Obare, Luque, Obare, Sherine O., Luque, Rafael, and American Chemical Society. Division of Environmental Chemistry. Green Technologies for the Environment / Sherine O. Obare, Editor, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States, Rafael Luque, Editor, Universidad De Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain ; Sponsored by the ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry. Place of Publication Not Identified]: Oxford Univ, 2014. Print. ACS Symposium Ser. ; 1186.
Obare, Sherine O. and Luque, Rafael, "Green Technologies for the Environment" (2016). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 678.