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Green chemistry: science and politics of change.
The chemical industry plays a key role in sustaining the world economy and underpinning future technologies, yet is under unprecedented pressure from the effects of globalization and change in manyExpand
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Chemical recycling of carbon fibre composites using alcohols under subcritical and supercritical conditions
Abstract Chemical recycling of carbon fibre reinforced composites (CFRCs) has been investigated using subcritical and supercritical alcohols as reactive-extraction media. The epoxy resin that joinsExpand
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Chemical recycling of carbon fibre reinforced composites in nearcritical and supercritical water
The potential for recycling of carbon fibre reinforced epoxy composites in water at supercritical or nearcritical conditions was studied. Experiments were devised in order to identify the significantExpand
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Green Chemistry in Ethiopia: the cleaner extraction of essential oils from Artemisia afra: a comparison of clean technology with conventional methodology
One of the principal aims of Green Chemistry is to bring the benefits of modern chemical manufacture to developing countries without imposing the environmental burden that has plagued theExpand
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Synthesis of benzimidazoles in high-temperature water
The objective of this research was to conduct constructive organic chemistry in water and to achieve yields that were comparable to, or better than, those in conventional media. The synthesis ofExpand
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A critical look at reactions in class I and II gas-expanded liquids using CO2 and other gases
This short review aims to give a summary of the publications on reactions in class I and II gas-expanded liquids (GXLs) (those with organic or aqueous liquid components), and to draw conclusions fromExpand
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Densities of the carbon dioxide + hydrogen, a system of relevance to carbon capture and storage
Abstract The densities of the carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen (H2) mixtures ( x H 2 = 0.020,0.075 and 0.100 ) have been determined at six temperatures from 288.15 to 333.15 K and pressures up toExpand
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Chemical reactions in supercritical carbon dioxide: from laboratory to commercial plantThis work was presented at the Green Solvents for Catalysis Meeting held in Bruchsal, Germany, 13–16th October
The application of supercritical carbon dioxide in continuous, fixed bed reactors has allowed the successful development of a variety of industrially viable synthetic transformations. The world’sExpand
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