The role of flow in green chemistry and engineering
Author(s)Newman, Stephen G.; Jensen, Klavs F.
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Flow chemistry and continuous processing can offer many ways to make synthesis a more sustainable practice. These technologies help bridge the large gap between academic and industrial settings by often providing a more reproducible, scalable, safe and efficient option for performing chemical reactions. In this review, we use selected examples to demonstrate how continuous methods of synthesis can be greener than batch synthesis on a small and a large scale.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Chemical Engineering
Royal Society of Chemistry
Newman, Stephen G., and Klavs F. Jensen. “The Role of Flow in Green Chemistry and Engineering.” Green Chemistry 15, no. 6 (2013): 1456.
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