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The 12 Misunderstandings of Green Chemistry

10:40 AM MST | January 20, 2012 | James Clark

by James Clark, professor of green chemistry, York University (York, U.K.). The past year was another good year for green chemistry events. I was lucky enough to attend excellent events in places as far apart as Brazil, China, France, India, Korea, and the U.S. While I was in Boston, I enjoyed the benefit of a personal tour of John Warner’s new facility, the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry. Being with John at two major events (CleanTech in Boston and the extremely impressive Industrial Green Chemistry World in Mumbai) I was reminded of the...

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Comments (1) for The 12 Misunderstandings of Green Chemistry
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Good article. Thanks
Posted by Keith Forehand on Friday, January 20, 2012 @ 01:57 PM










 
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