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2000, Vol. 72, Issue 7
Special Topic Issue on Green Chemistry

Torbjörn Norin
p. i [Details]
J. R. Bull
p. ii [Details]
Synthetic pathways and processes in green chemistry. Introductory overview
Pietro Tundo, Paul Anastas, David StC. Black, Joseph Breen, Terrence Collins, Sofia Memoli, Junshi Miyamoto, Martyn Polyakoff and William Tumas
p. 1207 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 92 kB]
Atom efficiency and catalysis in organic synthesis
Roger A. Sheldon
p. 1233 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 83 kB]
Use of the life-cycle assessment (LCA) toolbox for an environmental evaluation of production processes
Monika Herrchen and Werner Klein
p. 1247 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 26 kB]
Fats and oils as oleochemical raw materials
Karlheinz Hill
p. 1255 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 58 kB]
Utilization of TiO2 photocatalysts in green chemistry
Masakazu Anpo
p. 1265 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 1800 kB]
Oxidation reactions in the synthesis of fine and intermediate chemicals using environmentally benign oxidants and the right reactor system
Wolfgang F. Hoelderich and Felix Kollmer
p. 1273 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 85 kB]
Cleaner industrial processes using hydrogen peroxide
William R. Sanderson
p. 1289 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 108 kB]
Heteropolyacids. Versatile green catalysts usable in a variety of reaction media
Makoto Misono, Izumi Ono, Gaku Koyano and Atsushi Aoshima
p. 1305 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 80 kB]
Solid acids and their use as environmentally friendly catalysts in organic synthesis
Karen Wilson and James H. Clark
p. 1313 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 35 kB]
Environment-friendly organic synthesis. The photochemical approach
Angelo Albini, Maurizio Fagnoni and Mariella Mella
p. 1321 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 37 kB]
Free radicals in synthesis. Clean reagents affording oxidative or reductive termination
John A. Murphy
p. 1327 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 55 kB]
Biocatalysis. Biological systems for the production of chemicals
M. Held, A. Schmid, J. B. van Beilen and B. Witholt
p. 1337 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 96 kB]
Dissolving biomolecules and modifying biomedical implants with supercritical carbon dioxide
Paul B. Webb, Patricia C. Marr, Andrew J. Parsons, Harmanjit S. Gidda and Steven M. Howdle
p. 1347 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 1384 kB]
Frontiers in green chemistry utilizing carbon dioxide for polymer synthesis and applications
Jennifer L. Young and Joseph M. DeSimone
p. 1357 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 36 kB]
Diels_Alder reactions in water
Sijbren Otto and Jan B. F. N. Engberts
p. 1365 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 42 kB]
Green Lewis acid catalysis in organic synthesis
Shū Kobayashi and Kei Manabe
p. 1373 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 63 kB]
The environmental issue. A challenge for new generation polyolefins
Ugo Romano and Fabio Garbassi
p. 1383 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 44 kB]
Ionic liquids. Green solvents for the future
Martyn J. Earle and Kenneth R. Seddon
p. 1391 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 46 kB]
Phase-transfer catalysis. A general green methodology in organic synthesis
Mieczyslaw Makosza
p. 1399 [Details + Abstract] [Full text - pdf 33 kB]