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Title Industrial applications of green solvents. Volume 1 / edited by Inamuddin, [and 2 others]
Published Millersville, PA : Materials Research Forum LLC, [2019]
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Description 1 online resource
Series Materials research foundations ; volume 50
Materials research foundations ; v. 50
Contents Intro; front-matter; Table of Contents; Preface; 1; Plant Cell Culture Strategies for the Production of Terpenes as Green Solvents; 1. Introduction; 2.1 Essential oil as a source of green solvents; 2.2 Green solvents as an alternative to chemical solvents; 2.3 Essential oil yield and limiting factors for production in wild grown plants; 3.1 Biotechnological production of terpenes; 3.2 Approaches to improve the yield of terpenes produced by plant cell culture technology; 3.3 Terpenes in callus and cell cultures; 3.4 Terpenes in shoot cultures; 3.5 Terpenes in hairy roots
1.2 Green chemistry and its requirements in organic synthesis1.3 Green and alternative solvents in organic synthesis; 1.4 Water as a green solvent in organic synthesis; 2. On water reactions and concept of micellar catalysis in organic synthesis; 2.1 On water reactions; 2.2 Micellar catalysis; 3. Enhancement in rate and yield of organic reactions; 4. Improvement in chemo-, enantio-, regio- and stereoselectivity; 5. Towards milder reaction conditions and catalyst-free synthesis; 6. Simplification in the course of workup; 7. Enhancement in recycling the catalyst; Conclusion; References; 4
4.1 Genetic engineering of plants for enhanced terpenoid biosynthesisConclusion; References; 2; Ionic Liquids as a Green Solvent for Lipase-Catalyzed Reactions; 1. Introduction; 2. Lipases: An overview; 3. ILs in enzymatic reactions: Advantages and merits; 4. ILs properties and featured characteristics in lipase stabilization; 4.1 Stabilization and activation of lipases in ionic liquids (ILs); 4.2 Methods of stabilization of lipases in ILs; 5. Factors influencing IL-lipase reactions; 5.1 IL composition; 5.2 IL polarity; 5.3 IL viscosity; 5.4 pH; 5.5 Water content
5.6 Temperature and thermal stability5.7 Selectivity; 5.8 Product purification; 6. Lipases and ILs in lipids reactions; 6.1 IL-lipase-catalyzed biodiesel synthesis; 6.2 Synthesis of esters and other products in ionic liquids; 6.3 Ionic liquids: The large-scale promise; 7. Recyclability of ILs and lipase; 8. Kinetics parameters of lipases in ILs; 9. Limitations and concerns over ILs; 10. The outlook for ILs in industrial applications; References; 3; Water in Organic Synthesis as a Green Solvent; 1. Introduction; 1.1 The development of green chemistry
Industrial Application of Ionic Liquids in the Paint Industry1. Introduction; 2. A short history of paints; 3. Traditional solvents in the paint industry; 4. Alternatives to the traditional solvents, ionic liquid (IL); 4.1 Cations for the ILs; 4.2 Anions for the ILs; 5. Ionic liquids in the paint industry; Conclusion; References; 5; An Overview of Green Solvents in Sustainable Organic Synthesis; 1. Introduction; 2. Green solvents; 2.1 Water; 2.1.1 Oxidations; 2.1.2 Dehydrogenation; 2.1.3 Allylations; 2.1.4 Coupling reactions; 2.1.5 Heck reaction; 2.1.6 Wittig reaction
Summary The book focuses on new applications of green solvents (water, ionic liquids, supercritical carbon dioxide, terpenes). Keywords: Green Chemistry, Pollution Control, Hazardous Waste, Environmental Pollution, Green Solvents, Ionic Liquids, Supercritical Carbon Dioxide, Terpenes, Chemical Synthesis, Lipase-catalyzed Reactions, Organic Synthesis, Esterification, Gas Separation Membranes, Environment-friendly Products, Low Energy Requirement Processes, Alternatives to Hazardous Substances, Spiroheterocycles in Water, Sustainable Organic Synthesis, Chemical Industry, Pharmaceutical Industry, Paint I
Notes 2.1.7 Mannich-type reactions
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on July 17, 2019)
Subject Green chemistry.
Green chemistry.
Form Electronic book
Author Inamuddin, editor
ISBN 1644900238