A Professor from the University of Illinois and an ICT alumni inspired me to see chemistry with the glasses on.
Category Archives: Fundamentals
New in Green Chemistry: The Zipper approach
Many chemical products can be produced via different routes. One of these routes may be industrialized depending upon its cost-effectiveness, satisfaction of environmental constraints and ease of scale-up. As you may be aware, environmental constraints have become stringent due to the effects the chemical and allied industries have on our environment. Green Chemistry, with itsContinue reading “New in Green Chemistry: The Zipper approach”
Are green chemistry principles feasible? Can they be scaled to plants? Can the industries helps the environment and at the same time profit from it? First, let’s look at the process parameters of an ideal process. An ideal process should be green, because it not only is safe to the environment but at the sameContinue reading “Accepting reality”