Green Chemistry issue 11 is now available online

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Issue 11 of Green Chemistry is now available to read online. 

C3GC90037A GAThe front cover this month (pictured left) features work by Wouter De Soute and co-workers from Ghent, Belgium. In their work, they show that shifting from batch to continuous pharmaceutical tablet manufacturing results in a significant reduction in natural resource extraction. 

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Exergetic sustainability assessment of batch versus continuous wet granulation based pharmaceutical tablet manufacturing: a cohesive analysis at three different levels
Wouter De Soete, Jo Dewulf, Philippe Cappuyns, Geert Van der Vorst, Bert Heirman, Wim Aelterman, Kris Schoeters and Herman Van Langenhove  
Green Chem., 2013, 15, 3039-3048, DOI: 10.1039/C3GC41185K 

C3GC90038J GAThe inside front cover this month (pictured right) features work by Davit Zargarian and co-workers from Quebec, Canada. In their work they reveal a new one-pot method for the efficient and atom-economical synthesis of POCOP-type pincer complexes of divalent nickel that serve as pre-catalysts for various catalytic transformations.

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Direct, one-pot synthesis of POCOP-type pincer complexes from metallic nickel
Boris Vabre, Fabien Lindeperg and Davit Zargarian  
Green Chem., 2013, 15, 3188-3194, DOI: 10.1039/C3GC40968F 

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