Edited by:Mark Anthony Benvenuto and Larry Kolopajlo
With contributions of:Robert Ause, Michael Berger, Jillian L. Goldfarb, Polly R. Fitzgerald, Madeline Karod, Craig Kohn, Steven Kosmas, Dalila Kovacs, James Krikke, Kristina Mack, Theodore Mill, Anthony Noce, Brent S. Onge, Jay M. Patel, Justin Pothoof, Michal Ruprecht, S. Iraj Sadraei, Ben D. Sliwinski, Ben M. Sosnowski, Caroline Tebes-Stevens, John F. Trant, and Steven P. Wathen
The “greening” of industry processes, i.e. making them more sustainable, is a popular and often lucrative trend which has emerged over recent years. The 4th volume of Green Chemical Processing considers sustainable chemistry in the context of education and explores didactic approached. The American Chemical Society’s 12 Principles of Green Chemistry are woven throughout this text as well as the series to which this book belongs.
Explores topics in Green Chemistry from an educational perspective. Considers the ecological and economical costs and benefits of chemistry research. Written by internationally renowned experts from both industry and academia.
Mark Anthony Benvenuto, University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, USA; Larry Kolopajlo, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, USA.