Green Chemistry issue 1 is now available online

Issue 1 of Green Chemistry is now available to read online.

This year we celebrate our milestone of 15 years of publication, and in issue 1 you can read an Editorial from all of Green Chemistry’s Chairs of the Editorial board and Scientific Editors marking the occasion.

We have also put together a special web collection, with contributions from authors who have had highly cited articles from each of the past 15 years : 15 Years of Green Chemistry

GC issue 1 OFCThe front cover this month (pictured left) features work by Brian Davison and co-workers. In their work they investigate the mechanism of biomass breakdown. Understanding this process should lead to more efficient use of biomass.

Read the full article:
Common processes drive the thermochemical pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass
Paul Langan, Loukas Petridis, Hugh M. O’Neill, Sai Venkatesh Pingali, Marcus Foston, Yoshiharu Nishiyama, Roland Schulz, Benjamin Lindner, B. Leif Hanson, Shane Harton, William T. Heller, Volker Urban, Barbara R. Evans, S. Gnanakaran, Arthur J. Ragauskas, Jeremy C. Smith and Brian H. Davison  
Green Chem., 2014, 16, 63-68, DOI: 10.1039/C3GC41962B

GC issue 1 IFCThe inside front cover this month (pictured right) features work by Kevin Moeller and co-workers from Missouri, USA. In their work they set up a simple solar-electrochemical reaction to recycle Os(VIII)-, TEMPO-, Ce(IV)-, Pd(II)-, Ru(VIII)-, and Mn(V)-oxidants.

Read the full article:
Sunlight, electrochemistry, and sustainable oxidation reactions
Bichlien H. Nguyen, Alison Redden and Kevin D. Moeller  
Green Chem., 2014, 16, 69-72, DOI: 10.1039/C3GC41650J

Both of these articles are free to access for 6 weeks!

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