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A Review on Challenges and Opportunities in Green Pharmacy

R. P. Badoni

Abstract


The green chemistry revolution is providing an enormous number of challenges to those who practice chemistry in industry, education and research. With these challenges however, there are an equal number of opportunities to discover and apply new chemistry, to improve the economics of chemical manufacturing and to enhance the much-tarnished image of chemistry. After introducing the concept of new sustainable chemical technologies and also including a brief assessment of green chemistry the relationship between catalysis and sustainable (green) chemistry is discussed and illustrated via an analysis of some selected and relevant examples. Emphasis is also given to the concept of catalytic technologies for scaling-down chemical processes, in order to develop sustainable production processes which reduce the impact on the environment to an acceptable level that allows self-depuration processes of the living environment.

Keywords: Catalysis, sustainable chemistry, green chemistry, catalytic processes

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