Applications of Green Chemistry


Shalini Jaiswal, Deepanshu Kapoor, Abhishek Kumar and Kusum Sharma,
Amity University, India


Green chemistry is the synthesis of substance in such a way that is proper, non-polluting and protected and which requires lowest amounts of resources and energy but generating slight or no waste material. The green chemistry is required to minimize the harm of the nature by anthropogenic materials and the processes applied to generate them.Green chemistry indicates research emerges from scientific discoveries about effluence responsiveness. Green chemistry involves 12 set of values which minimize or eliminates the use or production of unsafe substances. Scientists and Chemists can significantly minimize the risk toenvironment and health of human by the help of all the valuable ideology of green chemistry.The principles of green chemistry can be achieved by the use environmental friendly, harmless, reproducible and solvents and catalysts during production of medicine, and in researches. The use of UV-energy Microwave irradiation in is also significant way to achieve the goal of green chemistry.This paper explain ideology, certain examples and application of green chemistry in everyday life, in industry, the laboratory and in education.


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