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Defining Green Chemistry

2:11 PM MDT | July 30, 2007 | Robert Westervelt

Socma’s plans to form the International Center for Sustainable Chemistry could give chemical makers a meaningful role in determining what constitutes a “green” chemical (p. 13). The center will serve as a hub for risk screening models and a technical center on green chemistry, says Socma, which made the announcement at the Informex show held in San Francisco last week. Early efforts of the center will focus on development and evaluation of approaches to judge what makes one particular chemical “greener” than another. The definition...

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