Green Chemistry and Engineering presents the green approach as an essential tool for tacking problems in chemistry. A novel feature of the text is its integrations of introductory engineering concepts, making it easier to move from fundamental science to applications. This text covers introductory concepts in general, organic, inorganic, and analytical chemistry as well as biochemistry.
At the same time, it integrates such concepts as greenhouse gas potential, alternative and renewable energy, solvent selection and recovery, and ecotoxicity, helping readers design chemical products and processes that are sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Martin A. Abraham, PhD, is professor of chemical engineering and founding dean of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at Youngstown State University. A Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and the American Chemical Society, Abraham maintains an active research program in reaction engineering and catalysis. He also serves as editor of AIChE’s quarterly journal Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy. Read more
Anne E. Marteel-Parrish is chair of the Chemistry Department at Washington College in Maryland and the inaugural holder of the college’s Frank J. Creegan Chair in Green Chemistry. She is the recipient of the American Chemical Society’s Committee on Environmental Improvement Award for Incorporating Sustainability into Chemistry Education.Read more