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By Chao-Jun Li, Paul T. Anastas

This is often the second one set of 3 volumes in the 12-volume instruction manual of eco-friendly ChemistryThese volumes conceal Supercritical Solvents, Reactions in Water and Ionic LiquidsProvides a accomplished evaluate of present state-of-the-art-research for the growing to be box of eco-friendly chemistry and engineeringCovers themes like feedstocks, eco-friendly chemistry engineering, eco-friendly catalysis (homogeneous, heterogeneous and biocatalysis), separations ideas, solvents like supercritical fluids and ionic drinks, this guide could be definitely the one-stop reference booklet

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