Comprehensive overview of the advances and challenges in green chemistry, moving extraction and separation toward more sustainable processes
Section I: Introduction 1. Initial Considerations Section II: Green Solvents 2. Water as the First Choice Green Solvent 3. A Systematic Approach to Green Solvent Selection, Design, and Verification 4. Bio-Based Molecular Solvents 5. Supramolecular Solvents for Green Chemistry 6. Ionic Liquids, Switchable Solvents, and Eutectic Mixtures 7. Supercritical Fluids and Gas-Expanded Liquids Section III: Green Extraction Techniques 8. Green-Membrane Extraction 9. Microwaves for Greener Extraction 10. Ultrasound-Assisted Extraction 11. Environmentally Benign Supercritical Fluid Extraction 12. Surfactant-Mediated Extraction Techniques Section IV: Green Sampling and Sample Preparation Techniques 13. Green Sample Collection 14. Microextraction and Solventless Techniques Section V: Green Analytical Separations 15. Green Gas and Liquid Capillary Chromatography 16. Supercritical Fluid Chromatography 17. Capillary Electrophoresis as a Green Alternative Separation Technique
Dr Pena-Pereira is an active member of the Green Chemistry community with over 45 publications to date Dr Tobiszewski as an analytical chemist has developed new methodologies for both identifying and managing chemical pollutants in the environment. He has over 20 publications to date.