Special Issue "Enabling Technologies toward Green Catalysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 July 2017).
Interests: green chemistry; process intensification; green extraction; enabling technologies (ultrasound, microwaves, hydrodynamic cavitation, ball milling, flow chemistry); sustainable chemical processes
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals
Special Issue in Catalysts: Microwave- and Ultrasound-assisted Pd-catalyzed Reactions
Special Issue in Molecules: Green Production of Bioactive Natural Products
Special Issue in Molecules: Green Extraction of Natural Product: Innovative Techniques, Alternative Solvents and Original Procedures
Special Issue in Applied Sciences: Acoustic and Hydrodynamic Effects in Food Processing
Special Issue in Molecules: Green and Sustainable Solvents
Topical Collection in Molecules: Preanalytical Methods for Natural Products Production
Special Issue in Molecules: Enabling Technologies for Chemical Process Intensification: From Lab to Industrial Applications
Special Issue in Catalysts: Sustainable Catalysts for Biofuel Production
Special Issue in Molecules: New Biologically Active Substances from Plants and Animals of the Pacific Region
Special Issue in Molecules: Exclusive Papers of the Editorial Board Members (EBMs) of the Green Chemistry Section of Molecules
Special Issue in Processes: Redesign Processes in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Special Issue in Foods: New and Clean Technologies for Extraction Using Microwave Energy
Special Issue in Processes: Feature Review Papers in Advanced Process Systems Engineering
Although, in the last two decades, the 12 principles of green chemistry have become extremely fashionable, the development of scalable protocols of green catalysis showed a certain inertia with a growing gap between academia and industry. Current organic synthesis requires both innovative catalysts and suitable technologies to address the rules of green chemistry and the goal of process intensification. Ultrasound, hydrodynamic cavitation, microwaves, ball milling, flow chemistry and other non-conventional technologies may dramatically enhance chemical conversions, cutting down reaction times and energy consumption. Green catalysis is a holistic concept that requires enabling technologies as irreplaceable tools for an efficient physical activation. This Special Issue aims to highlight how properly harness all the new technologies and better integrate all disciplines for a modern green catalysis.
Prof. Dr. Giancarlo Cravotto
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- green catalysis
- physical activation
- enabling technologies
- process intensification
- hydrodynamic cavitation
- ball milling
- flow chemistry