green chemical

green chemical

Psuedomedicine
Any substance (e.g., chlorophyl) used in the pseudoscience of colour therapy to allegedly disinfect and rebuild tissues.

Vox populi
Any chemical that is produced by a sustainable process and is a commerically viable alternative to a more toxic chemical.
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The main goal of the partnership is to combine Tyton's energy tobacco feedstock, process and production infrastructure with DEINOVE's Deino-based fermentation solutions in order to produce green chemical compounds of high commercial value.
In the clean economy, the heavily manufacturing-intensive industries produce electric vehicles, green chemical products, and lighting, while the biofuels, green chemicals, and electric vehicles industries are the highly export-intensive ones.
In collaboration with Beaumaris-based Nextek Innovations Ltd, he will use computer simulations to design and improve catalytic materials for the production of green chemical feedstock materials derived from agricultural waste.
The over 600 selected and peer reviewed papers gathered in these volumes consider fine and specialty chemicals, environmental chemical engineering, clean production technology, green chemical process technology, industrial catalysis, materials physics and materials chemistry, and other related fields.
The range of green chemical alternatives is to be explored, as well as their related technical issues.
Tree leaves contain a special green chemical called chlorophyll that turns sunlight into food.
Fire crews in protective, green chemical suits from Deeside, Mold and Wrexham rushed to the factory, which makes aeroplane parts.
Fei Wei in Beijing Key Laboratory of Green Chemical Reaction Engineering & Technology (FLOTU), Tsinghua University, Beijing on the topic Integrated study of light olefins production from alkene dehydrogenation and olefin inter-conversion This year only three PhD students were awarded this prestigious award on the basis of innovative and meritorious achievements in their respective field of research.
Currently, we are focused on developing a novel fermentation for the production of isobutanol for use as a fuel and as a green chemical intermediate.
A researcher from the Georgia Institute of Technology recently described green chemical processes that could produce chemicals worth up to $25 per pound from the same feedstock used to produce ethanol.
of Iowa) presents 25 papers that look at environmental catalysis from the perspectives of natural systems of air, water, and soils; environmental remediation; and green chemical processing.
In terms of research, scientists from the four universities have joined force to collaborate on the following major areas: chemical synthesis using clean solvents, chemical synthesis using renewable energies, clean synthesis using new enzymes through directed evolution, bio-mass conversion and utilization, green chemical processes and study of atmospheric chemistry.