Green Solvents for Synthesis – Web collection

Green Chemistry cover image of a leafGreen Chemistry is pleased to announce the Green Solvents for Synthesis web collection is now online. This collection of articles is based on presentations at the Green Solvents for Synthesis meeting held in Dresden, Germany, October 2014. The Guest Editor is Professor Walter Leitner (RWTH Aachen, Germany), Chair of the Green Chemistry Editorial Board.

Below is a selection of some of the articles included in the themed collection and you access the full collection online.

Sponge-like ionic liquids: a new platform for green biocatalytic chemical processes

Pedro Lozano, Juana M. Bernal, Eduardo Garcia-Verdugo, Gregorio Sanchez-Gomez, Michel Vaultier, M. Isabel Burguete and Santiago V. Luis
Green Chem., 2015, 17, 3706-3717
DOI: 10.1039/C5GC00894H

Fluorous ethers
Angel S. W. Lo and István. T. Horváth
Green Chem., 2015, 17, 4701-4714
DOI: 10.1039/C5GC01345C

Polyol synthesis of nanoparticles: status and options regarding metals, oxides, chalcogenides, and non-metal elements
H. Dong, Y.-C. Chen and C. Feldmann
Green Chem., 2015, 17, 4107-4132
DOI: 10.1039/C5GC00943J

A virtual screening approach to identifying the greenest compound for a task: application to switchable-hydrophilicity solvents
J. R. Vanderveen, L. Patiny, C. B. Chalifoux, M. J. Jessop and P. G. Jessop
Green Chem., 2015,17, 5182-5188
DOI: 10.1039/C5GC01022E

A choline chloride/DMSO solvent for the direct synthesis of diformylfuran from carbohydrates in the presence of heteropolyacids

W. Ghezali, K. De Oliveira Vigier, R. Kessas and F. Jérôme
Green Chem., 2015,17, 4459-4464
DOI: 10.1039/C5GC01336D

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