By H.N. Cheng, Richard A. Gross, Patrick B. Smith

Eco-friendly chemistry is the layout of chemical items and techniques that lessen or do away with the use or iteration of dangerous ingredients. eco-friendly polymer chemistry is an extension of eco-friendly chemistry to polymer technology and engineering. advancements during this sector were motivated through health and wellbeing and environmental issues, curiosity in sustainability, wish to lessen the dependence on petroleum, and possibilities to layout and convey "green" items and tactics. significant advances comprise new makes use of of biobased feedstock, eco-friendly reactions, eco-friendly processing methodologies, and eco-friendly polymeric products.

A present function of eco-friendly polymer chemistry is that it really is either worldwide and multidisciplinary. therefore, courses during this box are opened up over assorted journals in numerous international locations. furthermore, a profitable study attempt could contain collaborations of individuals in numerous disciplines, similar to natural chemistry, polymer chemistry, fabric technological know-how, chemical engineering, biochemistry, molecular biology, microbiology, enzymology, toxicology, environmental technology, and analytical chemistry.

This publication combines the foremost interdisciplinary study during this box and is concentrated for scientists, engineers, and scholars, who're concerned or attracted to eco-friendly polymer chemistry. those may perhaps contain chemists, biochemists, fabric scientists, chemical engineers, microbiologists, molecular biologists, enzymologists, toxicologists, environmental scientists, and analytical chemists. it may be a textbook for a direction on eco-friendly chemistry and in addition a reference ebook for those who want info on particular issues regarding biocatalysis and biobased materials.

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