Green Chemistry Metrics

Green chemistry metrics deals with measuring aspects of a chemical process linking to the principles of green chemistry which is served for the quantification of the efficiency or environmental performance of the processes encountered and then allowing the changes in performance to be measured if it complies with the prospects of green evolution. Atom-economy balance refers measuring of the atoms that were wasted when making a chemical. The higher the atom economy, the 'greener' the process it happens. Chemical exposure should be profiled with high defined uses that can be uniquely involved in creating a green society and should strive to optimize environmental contamination to reduce energy and maintenance costs and to avoid catastrophic downtime and costly repairs.

  • Atom-Economy Balance Process
  • Chemical Exposure
  • Environmental Contamination

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(10 Plenary Forums-1Event)
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2nd International Conference on Nuclear Chemistry

(10 Plenary Forums - 1Event)
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4th European Organic Chemistry Congress

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11th Global Experts Meeting on Chemistry

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9th Global Chemistry Congress

8th European Chemistry Congress

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11th Annual Congress on Chemistry

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24th World Chemistry & System Biology Conference

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International Conference on Catalysis and Pyrolysis 2018 (ICCP-2018)

(10 Plenary Forums - 1Event)
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Chemistry & Drug Discovery 2018

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