Advancing Sustainability through Green Chemistry and Engineering
Edited by Rebecca L. Lankey and Paul T. Anastas
American Chemical Society
Table of Contents
1. Sustainability through Green Chemistry and Engineering, Paul T. Anastas and Rebecca L. Lankey
2. Sustainable Development through Industrial Ecology, Joseph Fiksel
3. Research and Development Needs for a Fully Sustainable Biocommodity Industry, Charles E. Wyman
4. Tetraamido Macrocyclic Ligand Catalytic Oxidant Activators in the Pulp and Paper Industry, Terrence J. Collins et al.
5. Spinosad: a Green Natural Product for Insect Control, Gary D. Thompson and Tom C. Sparks
6. Toward Benign Synthesis via Catalytic Oxidations Using Dioxygen or Nitrous Oxide, Klaus H. Theopold et al.
7. An Environmentally Benign Catalytic Polyoxometalate Technology for Transforming Wood Pulp into Paper, Ira A. Weinstock et al.
8. Enhancement of Herbicide and Insecticide Activity with Thermal Polyaspartate, Ramon Georgis, Robert J. Ross, and Larry P. Koskan
9. Using Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization in Environmentally Benign Processes, Scott Gaynor, Jian Qiu, and Krzysztof Matyjaszewski
10. Generating Benign Alternative Syntheses: The SynGen Program, James B. Hendrickson
11. Development of a Flexible System for the Simultaneous Conversion of Biomass to Industrial Chemicals and the Production of Industrial Biocatalysts, Johnway Gao et al.
12. Radiation Chemistry: the Basis for an Inherently Green Process Technology, Anthony J. Berejka
13. Affordable Composites and Plastics from Renewable Resources: Part I: Synthesis of Monomers and Polymers, Richard P. Wool et al.
14. Affordable Composites and Plastics from Renewable Resources: Part II: Manufacture of Composites, Richard P. Wool
15. Toward a Green Chemistry and Engineering Solution for the U.S. Energy Industry: Reducing Emissions and Converting Waste Streams into Value-Added Products, M. M. Mercedes Maroto-Valer, John M. Andrésen, and Yinzhi Zhang