Table of contents for Green chemistry : challenging perspectives / edited by Pietro Tundo and Paul Anastas.


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List of contributors


1. Application of titanium oxide photocatalysts to improve our environment, M. Anpo


2. 'Green oxidations': horseradish peroxidase (HRP)-catalyzed regio and diastereoselective preparation of dilignols, E. Bolzacchini, et al.


3. Fine chemicals preparation via solventless reactions under heterogeneous catalysis, F. Bigi, R. Maggi, and G. Sartori


4. Secondary metabolites from cells immobilized by a SiO[2 sol-gel layer, G. Carturan, R. Campostrini, and R. Dal Monte


5. The activation of hydrogen peroxide for selective, efficient wood pulp bleaching, T. J. Collins, et al.


6. Microbial desulfurization of petroleum derivatives, E. D'Addario, et al.


7. Cyclohexane oxygenation with inorganic photocatalysts, A. Maldotti, et al.


8. Catalytic hydrocarbons oxidation under fluorous/organic two-phase conditions, F. Montanari, G. Pozzi, S. Quici


9. Strong acid solid materials as alternative catalysts in isobutane/2-butene alkylation, A. Corma and J. M. L'opez Nieto


10. Selective catalytic oxidation of 1,2-diols in alkaline solution: an environmentally friendly alternative for *a-hydroxy-acids production, L. Prati and M. Rossi


11. Dimethylcarbonate: an answer to the need for safe chemicals, F. Rivetti


12. Environmentally benign organic transformations using microwave irradiation under solvent-free conditions, R. S. Varma


13. Organic chemistry via biocatalysis, A. Schmid, B. Witholt


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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Environmental chemistry -- Industrial applications.
Environmental management.