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Pure Appl. Chem. Vol. 72, No. 7, pp. 1207-1403, 2000

Pure and Applied Chemistry

Vol. 72, Issue 7


Special Topic Issue on Green Chemistry

Foreword, J. Miyamoto and T. Norin

Preface, J. R. Bull

Synthetic Pathways and Processes in Green Chemistry.
Introductory Overview, P. Tundo, P. Anastas, D. StC. Black, J. Breen, T. Collins, S. Memoli, J. Miyamoto, M. Polyakoff, and W. Tumas
p. 1207 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 93KB]

P. Tundo, D. StC. Clack, and S. Memoli, eds.

Part 1: Introduction and Generic Aspects

Atom efficiency and catalysis in organic synthesis, R. A. Sheldon
p. 1233 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 27KB]

Use of the life-cycle assessment (LCA) toolbox for an environmental evaluation of production processes, M. Herrchen and W. Klein
p. 1247 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 59KB]

Part 2: Use of Alternative Feedstocks

Fats and oils as oleochemical raw materials, K. Hill
p. 1255 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 1.75MB]

Utilization of TiO2 photocatalysts in green chemistry, M. Anpo
p. 1265 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 86KB]

Part 3: Use of Innocuous Reagents

Oxidation reactions in the synthesis of fine and intermediate chemicals using environmentally benign oxidants and the right reactor system, W. F. Hoelderich and F. Kollmer
p. 1273 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 86KB]

Cleaner industrial processes using hydrogen peroxide, W. R. Sanderson
p. 1289 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 109KB]

Heteropolyacids. Versatile green catalysts usable in a variety of reaction media, M. Misono, I. Ono, G. Koyano, and A. Aoshima
p. 1305 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 81KB]

Solid acids and their use as environmentally friendly catalysts in organic synthesis, K. Wilson and J. H. Clark
p. 1313 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 36KB]

Environment-friendly organic synthesis. The photochemical approach, A. Albini, M. Fagnoni, and M. Mella
p. 1321 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 38KB]

Free radicals in synthesis. Clean reagents affording oxidative or reductive termination, J. A. Murphy
p. 1327 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 56KB]

Part 4: Employing Natural Processes

Biocatalysis. Biological systems for the production of chemicals, M. Held, A. Schmid, J. B. van Beilen, and B. Witholt
p. 1337 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 97KB]

Part 5: Use of Alternative Solvents

Dissolving biomolecules and modifying biomedical implants with supercritical carbon dioxide, P.B. Webb, P. C. Marr, A. J. Parsons, H. S. Gidda, and S. M. Howdle
p. 1347 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 1.35MB]

Frontiers in green chemistry utilizing carbon dioxide for polymer synthesis and applications, J. L. Young and J. M. DeSimone
p. 1357 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 37KB]

Diels-Alder reactions in water, S. Otto and J. B. F. N. Engberts
p. 1365 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 43KB]

Green Lewis acid catalysis in organic synthesis, S. Kobayashi and K. Manabe
p. 1373 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 64KB]

Part 6: Design of Safer Chemicals

The environmental issue. A challenge for new generation polyolefins, U. Romano and F. Garbassi
p. 1383 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 45KB]

Part 7: Developing Alternative Reaction Conditions

Ionic liquids. Green solvents for the future, M. J. Earle and K. R. Seddon
p. 1391 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 47KB]

Phase-transfer catalysis. A general green methodology in organic synthesis, M. Makosza
p. 1399 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 34KB]


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