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Green Sciences

Green Processing and Synthesis

Editor-in-Chief: Hessel, Volker

Editorial Board Member: Akay, Galip / Arends, Isabel / Cann, Michael C. / Cheng, Yi / Cravotto, Giancarlo / Kralisch, Dana / D. P. Nigam, Krishna / Saha, Basu / Serra, Christophe A. / Zhang, Wei

6 Issues per year

Aims and Scope

Green Processing & Synthesis (GPS) is dedicated in general to innovative and green process development and chemical synthesis covering:

  • Sustainable & Green Chemistry
  • Flow Chemistry
  • Advanced, Asymmetric and Bio-inspired Synthesis
  • Chemicals from Biomass: Biofuels and Intermediates
  • White Biotechnology
  • Catalysis and Smart Processes for Green (Sustainable) Chemistry
  • Green Processing
  • Novel Process Windows
  • Micro Process Technology
  • Process Intensification
  • Alternative Energy (MW, US) and Non-Conventional Media (IL, scF)
  • Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Economy
  • Photochemistry, Photovoltaics, Energy Storage
  • Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology

The aim of Green Processing & Synthesis is to provide a platform for scientists and engineers, especially chemists and chemical engineers, but is warmly open as well for contributions from all other disciplines involved in the topics mentioned above , such as physics, materials science, or catalysis.

The journal provides up-to-date research reports both in fundamental as well as applied aspects, giving an appropriate share to industrial views. The contributions will be cutting edge, high-impact, authoritative, and provide both pros and cons of potential technologies.


Publishing with De Gruyter

  • Publication of color figures is provided free of charge both in online and print editions
  • Rapid publication times: max 3 weeks from acceptance to online publication
  • All papers published online first on De Gruyter’s online platform Reference Global 
  • High quality manuscript processing through Thomson Reuters ScholarOne

Green Processing and Synthesis is covered by the following services:

  • Celdes
  • CNKI Scholar (China National Knowledge Infrastructure)
  • CNPIEC
  • EBSCO - TOC Premier
  • EBSCO Discovery Service
  • Elsevier - SCOPUS
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  • Google Scholar
  • Inspec
  • J-Gate
  • JournalTOCs
  • Naviga (Softweco)
  • Paperbase
  • Pirabase
  • Polymer Library
  • Primo Central (ExLibris)
  • ProQuest (relevant databases)
  • ReadCube
  • SCImago (SJR)
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  • TDOne (TDNet)
  • TEMA Technik und Management
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  • Thomson Reuters - Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition
  • Thomson Reuters - Science Citation Index Expanded
  • Ulrich's Periodicals Directory/ulrichsweb
  • WorldCat (OCLC)

Editor-in-Chief

Volker Hessel, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
v.hessel@tue.nl


Editors

Galip Akay, formerly School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials, Newcastle University, UK

Isabel Arends, Biocatalysis and Organic Chemistry, Department of Biotechnology, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Michael C. Cann, Environmental Science at Chemistry Department, University of Scranton, USA

Yi Cheng, Beijing Key Laboratory of Green Reaction Engineering and Technology, Tsinghua University, China

Giancarlo Cravotto, Organic Chemistry, University of Torino, Italy

Dana Kralisch, Institute for Technical Chemistry and Environmental Chemistry, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany

Krishna D.P.Nigam, Department of Chemical Engineering, Institute of Technology Delhi, India

Basu Saha, Department of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Science and the Built Environment, London South Bank University, UK

Christophe A. Serra, European Engineering School of Chemistry, Polymers and Materials Science (ECPM), University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France

Whei Zhang, Boston Center for Green Chemistry, University of Massachusetts, USA

Assistant Managing Editor

Jannelies Smit, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
ST-GPS@tue.nl

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  • in unn,it has been discovered that use of fossil fuel and other natural ways can reduce green house effect.see more in http://www.unn.edu.ng/centres/centre-energy-research-and-development

    posted by: mishael ifeanyi on 2013-03-27 12:13 PM (Europe/Berlin)

  • in unn,it has been discovered that use of fossil fuel and other natural ways can reduce green house effect.see more in http://www.unn.edu.ng/centres/centre-energy-research-and-development

    posted by: mishael ifeanyi on 2013-03-27 12:38 PM (Europe/Berlin)

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