Green chemistry is a work tool that can be applied in different areas such as medicine, materials, polymers, food, organic chemistry, etc., since it was propounded in the early 2000´s. It has become a viable alternative for care, remediation and protection of the environment and has been implemented worldwide. In this book the twelve principles of green chemistry are presented in a simple way, as well as examples of the applications of green chemistry in numerous areas showcasing it as an ideal alternative for environmental care. It also provides information on current research being implemented at the pilot plant and industrial level. The book demonstrates the importance of the use of renewable raw materials, the use of catalysis and the implantation of alternative energy sources such as the use of microwaves and ultrasound in different separation and chemical processes.
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Adali Oliva Castañeda Facio
Kunnambeth M. Thulasi, T.M. Sindhu, M.K. Ranjusha, P.V. Salija, V.K. Nisha, Shajesh Palantavida and Baiju Kizhakkekilikoodayil Vijayan
Maria Isabel Martinez Espinoza
Less Hazardous Chemical Synthesis from Palm Oil Biomass
Raja Safazliana Raja Sulong, Seri Elyanie Zulkifli, Fatimatul Zaharah Abas, Muhammad Fakhrul Syukri Abd Aziz and Zainul Akmar Zakaria
Designing Safer ChemicalsCesar Garcias Morales, Armando Ariza Castolo and Mario Alejandro Rodriguez
Use of Green Chemistry for Extraction of Bioactive Compounds from Vegetal Sources
Adriana C. Flores-Gallegos, Ramsés Misael Reyes-Reyna, Paloma Almanza-Tovanche, Marisol Rodríguez-Duarte, Gerardo M. González, Raúl Rodríguez-Herrera and Juan A. Ascacio-Valdés
Design for Energy Efficiency
Aidé Saenz-Galindo, Cedillo-Portillo José Juan, G. Espinoza-Cavazos Karina, De Léon-Martínez Patrcia Adriana and Casañeda-Facio Adali
Use of Renewable Feedstocks: The recovery of high value molecules from waste of renewable feedstocks: soybean hull
Paola Camiscia, Nadia Woitovich Valetti and Guillermo Picó
Use of Renewable Feedstock
José Fernando Solanilla-Duque, Margarita del Rosario Salazar-Sánchez and Héctor Samuel Villada-Castillo
K. Revathi, Shajesh Palantavida and Baiju Kizhakkekilikoodayil Vijayan
Fabiola N. de la Cruz, José Domingo Rivera-Ramírez, Julio López and Miguel A. Vázquez
Biodegradation of Pesticides
Nimisha Vijayan P., M. Haridas and A. Sabu
Real-Time Analysis for Pollution Prevention
Maria Isabel Martinez Espinoza
Inherent Safer Chemistry for Accident Prevention
M. Andrade-Guel, C. Cabello-Alvarado, Carolina Caicedo, Leticia Melo and C. Ávila-Orta
Green Precipitation with Polysaccharide as a Tool for Enzyme Recovery
Débora A. Campos, Ezequiel R. Coscueta and Maria Manuela Pintado
Aidé Sáenz-Galindo is a professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila, México, is author or coauthor of 25 papers, 3 books, 4 patents and 18 book chapters. Researcher level 1 in México (2012), has served as reviewer for journals. She has directed 7 bachelors’, 4 master´s and 3 Doctor, has been awarded with Prize Green Chemistry BASF-UDLAP-SQM (2013) Mexico. Received Doctoral degree in 2006 from Centro de Investigación en Química Aplicada, Mexico.
Adali Oliva Castañeda Facio is professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila, México. She is author or coauthor of 14 papers, 1 book and 10 book chapters. Researcher level 1 in Mexico (2017). She has served as reviewer for journals. To date, she has directed 11 bachelor's and 7 master's theses (2015-2019). Currently she directs 4 doctoral theses. Dra. Castañeda received the Doctor degree in 2006 from Centro de Investigacion en Qquimica Aplicada, Mexico.
Raúl Rodríguez-Herrera is a professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila, México. He has published 265 refereed papers, 5 books, 10 patents and 100 book chapters. He has been awarded twice PCCMCA Congress prize (1988 and 1990), Researcher-level 3 Mexico (2018), Guest of Honor-Kannur University, prize in Food Science and Technology, (2003), Agro-Bio Prize (2005). Dr. Rodriguez has participated in conferences in different countries and serves as a reviewer for more than 25 Journals.