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Green Chemistry for Environmental Sustainability: The waste reduction approach

Deepak M. Nagrik*, Damodar M. Ambhore£ *Department of Chemistry, G.S.College, Khamgaon, Distt. Buldana, M.S., India-444303 £Department of Chemistry, Shri Pundlik Maharaj Mahavidyalaya, Nandura, Dist. Buldana, M.S., India-443404 A B S T R A C T “Green Chemistry” is the universally accepted term to describe the movement towards more environmentally acceptable chemical processes and products. It encompasses education, research, and commercial ... Read More »

Green Chemistry for Environmental Sustainability: The waste reduction approach

Deepak M. Nagrik*, Damodar M. Ambhore£ *Department of Chemistry, G.S.College, Khamgaon, Distt. Buldana, M.S., India-444303 £Department of Chemistry, Shri Pundlik Maharaj Mahavidyalaya, Nandura, Dist. Buldana, M.S., India-443404  A B S T R A C T “Green Chemistry” is the universally accepted term to describe the movement towards more environmentally acceptable chemical processes and products. It encompasses education, research, and commercial ... Read More »

One Pot Synthesis and Biological Activities of Schiff Base

P. Venkateswara Rao, A.V. G.S. Prasad*1, P.S.S. Prasad *2 1Department of Chemistry, Nizam College (Autonomous), Hyderabad, Telangana, India. 2Drug Control Administration, Hyderabad, Telangana, India. A B S T R A C T In the present study an intermolecular reductive Schiff base formation from nitroarene and benzaldehyde to yield diarylimine is carried out in the presence of iron powder and ammonium ... Read More »

A Green Synthesis of xanthone and thioxanthone Derivatives by ZrCl4 in Ionic liquid under Microwave Irradiation

M. A. Nasseri*, E. Vahedi, B. Zakeri Nasab, A. Allahresani Department of Chemistry, College of Sciences, University of Birjand, Birjand- 97175-615, Iran Abstract A mild and green procedure is presented for the preparation of biologically interesting hydroxyl xanthones and hydroxyl thioxanthones via condensation of salicylic acid / thiosalicylic acid with phenol derivatives in the presences of ZrCl4 under microwave-assisted ionic ... Read More »

Environmental Biotechnology

Environmental Biotechnology Gareth M. Evans Judith C. Furlong Environmental biotechnology has an exciting future. Just the thought of having microorganisms work for you – simply by feeding them with natural substrates and having hazards turned into minerals and nature’s own basic constituents – is really intriguing. Of course, we all know that it is not that simple, but nevertheless it ... Read More »

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