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Title Scalable green chemistry : case studies from the pharmaceutical industry / edited by Stefan G. Koenig
Published Singapore : Pan Stanford Publishing, [2013]
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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 368 pages) : illustrations
Contents Introduction to green pharmaceutical science : fact, fiction, and future / Julie B. Manley -- Green chemistry in drug development / Apurba Bhattacharya, Siddhartha Akasapu, and Rakeshwar Bandichhor -- Development of green-by-design, practical biocatalytic processes / Gjalt W. Huisman and Steven J. Collier -- Application of green metrics to scalable industrial synthesis plans : approaches to oseltamivir phosphate (Tamiflu®) / John Andraos -- The road to becoming green : process development of AR-A2, an active pharmaceutical ingredient with antidepressant activity / Hans-Jürgen Federsel [and others] -- Improved and greener process for pioglitazone and its pharmaceutically acceptable salts / Apurba Bhattacharya, Rakeshwar Bandichhor, and Lokeswara Rao Madivada -- The development of a convergent green synthesis of linezolid, an oxazolidinone antibacterial agent / William R. Perrault [and others] -- Development of a nonaqueous process for the synthesis of 3-amino-pentan-1,5-diol / Thimma Rawalpally and Thomas Cleary -- Development of a robust, environmentally responsible process for the manufacture of tofacitinib citrate / Rajappa Vaidyanathan -- Selective nitration under cGMP conditions / Peter Poechlauer, Sascha Braune, and Roland Obermüller -- Going green using combined real-time analytics and process automation / Dominique Hebrault and Terry Redman -- Approaches to the scale-up of organic chemistry using microwave heating / Nicholas E. Leadbeater -- Challenges faced and future directions / Stefan G. Koenig
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Print version record
Subject Green Chemistry Technology.
Green chemistry.
Pharmaceutical industry -- Environmental aspects
Green chemistry.
Pharmaceutical industry -- Environmental aspects.
Form Electronic book
Author Koenig, Stefan G.
ISBN 9789814316491