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Green Chemistry by Mina Marie Mitani.

of chemical processes to reduce impacts Green Chemistry Green chemistry is the use of chemistry for pollution prevention Design of chemical products and processes that are more environmentally benign Reduction or elimination of the use/ in US alone shift financial resources from costs to research & development Promise of Green Chemistry to lower overall costs associated with environmental health and safety Areas of Research Feedstocks / Starting Materials Reagents or Transformations Reaction Conditions Final/


Environmental Chemistry

.H. Freeman, San Francisco. Gribble, C.D. (1978) Rutley’s Elements of mineralogy, 27th edition. Unwin Hyman, London HBRF (2007) Mercury Matters. Hubbard Brook Research Foundation. O’neill, P. (1993) Environmental Chemistry (2nd edition). Chapman and Hall. Movies FHS: the Ocean Sink (1990) 29 mins FHS: Chemicals from NaCl: 1 20 mins FHS: Salt 1992 Minamata movie: http://science.education.nih.gov/


“Green Chemistry” A greener future…

elimination of Waste Toxic chemicals or processes Energy use Angela González, Ph.D. / UIA-SG Green chemistry is looking to: Waste Materials Danger Risk Energy Environmental Impact COST! ($$$$) Reduce Angela González, Ph.D. / UIA-SG Angela González -UIA San Germán Green Chemistry vs. Environmental Chemistry Study of sources, reactions, transport, effects and destruction of chemical compounds in the ground, water and/


9 th California Unified Program Training Conference Garden Grove, California February 13, 2007 – Green Technology Course Green Chemistry in California:

the problem? 2)What is the cause of the problem? 3) How can we respond to these problems? The University of California, Berkeley Green Chemistry in California: A Framework for Leadership in Chemicals Policy and Innovation. 20 Public environmental health Workers Children Consumers Industry & business Downstream users The Legislature Municipal agencies The University of California, Berkeley Chemical producers Government State agencies Green/


Environmental Chemistry

fly ash; integrated iron and steel plants which produce blast furnace slag and steel melting slag. Environmental Chemistry Industrial Waste Classification of Wastes according to their Effects on Human Health and the Environment Hazardous wastes / are sent for recycling. Biodegradable wastes are deposited in land fills and are converted into compost. Environmental Chemistry Industrial Waste Waste Management Education campaign on waste management needs to be organised that includes an extensive internal/


Pietro Tundo Chemistry for a Sustainable Development Pietro Tundo Ca’ Foscari University of Venice www.unive.it.

, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice AND Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Division of Green Chemistry Topics of interest 1. Green synthetic pathways and clean production technologies 2. Green catalysis for improved selectivity and conversion 3. Dialkyl carbonates chemistry 4. Renewable resources 5. Environmental chemistry 6. Materials for environmental chemistry in the fields of abatement of toxic gases and purification of contaminated water 7. Membrane materials/


Introduction to Green Chemistry IN4GC Teaching Resources Prepared by Isla Milne.

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The Green Chemistry & Commerce Council (GC3). What is the GC3? A cross sectoral, B-2-B network of more than 70 companies and other organizations formed.

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Introduction to Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) Christian G. Daughton, Ph.D. Chief, Environmental Chemistry Branch Environmental Sciences.

makes it water. And nobody knows what that is. Questions feel free to contact: Christian Daughton, Ph.D. Chief, Environmental Chemistry Branch Environmental Sciences Division National Exposure Research Laboratory U.S. Environmental Protection Agency daughton.christian@epa.gov702-798-2207 http://www.epa.gov/nerlesd1/chemistry/pharma/ prepared for: Non-Regulated Pollutants Workshop: Brominated Flame Retardants (BFRs) and Pharmaceuticals & Personal Care Products (PPCPs) Pollutants of/


Providing Real-Life Experience While Learning Green Chemistry Principles Dalila Kovacs Grand Valley State University Allendale, MI GC&EC-Washington-June.

Allendale, MI GC&EC-Washington-June 08 Grand Valley State University Grand Rapids/Allendale, MI ~24,000 students over 4,900 freshmen GVSU Chemistry Department mission: strong undergraduate education! Education for the 21 st century Meeting responsibilities: economic social environmental Yet… Strong need for ‘on the job’ training:  Green principles  Sustainability  Atom economy  Life cycle analysis Amy Duvall, Director Regulatory & Technical Affairs/


Environmental Chemistry 9/14/2015APHY1011. Environmental Chemistry   The Carbon Cycle 9/14/2015APHY1012.

Nitrogen Dioxide forms Ozone NO 2 + sunlight → NO + O O + O 2 → O 3 Catalytic converter 9/14/2015APHY1013 Environmental Chemistry   Air Pollution   Industrial Smog Sulfur oxides (SO 2 and SO 3 ) Smelters that produce Cu, Zn, Pb/ SO 3 SO 3 + H 2 O → H 2 SO 4 9/14/2015APHY1014 Environmental Chemistry 9/14/2015APHY1015 Environmental Chemistry 9/14/2015APHY1016 Environmental Chemistry 9/14/2015APHY1017 Environmental Chemistry   Purifying Our Water   Remove dirt and bacteria Boiling, iodine tablets or UV /


GREEN CHEMISTRY What is it? encourages environmentally conscious behaviour reduces and prevents pollution reduces the destruction of the planet.

RHODIUM, PALLADIUM metals are finely divided for a greater surface area - this provides more active sites GREEN CHEMISTRY What is it? encourages environmentally conscious behaviour reduces and prevents pollution reduces the destruction of the planet Basics better to prevent waste than /is used in their formation disposal in landfill sites is- a waste of resources - environmentally unsound - takes up valuable space GREEN CHEMISTRY – EXAMPLES CATALYSTS can be used to lower the energy required for a reaction to/


GREEN CHEMISTRY CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES BY PRANOTO.

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1 Sheryl Mebane UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Education Daniel Quach Berkeley High School North American Association for Environmental Education’s 35.

Education Interdisciplinary Science Education Context Meaningful science learning may close achievement gaps. Education and Equity Progressive theories better direct research toward achieving equity. Power dynamics matter. Green and Environmental Chemistry Research Disseminate principles through shared goals and real-world problem-solving. 5 NAAEE,Tran, Hungerford, Lieberman; Anderson; Payne, Steele, Ladson-Billings, Barton Anastas, Poliakoff, Woodhouse Bailey; Schiele; Patton; Ringquist, Uyeki/


강 영 종 교수 사회환경시스템 ( 토목환경공학과 ) (Civil & Environmental Engineering) 사회환경시스템 ( 토목환경공학과 ) (Civil & Environmental Engineering)

Media Field Characterization of Subsurface Fluid Flow Systems Numerical Methods for Analyzing Fluid Flow in Soil and Rock Environmental Microbiology Chemistry of Waters Water Chemistry Laboratory Environmental Organic Chemistry Environmental Organic Chemistry Laboratory Solid and Hazardous Waste Disposal Water Treatment Engineering Aquatic Chemistry Hazardous and Industrial Waste Treatment Contaminant Transport Processes Transport in Porous Media Field Characterization of Subsurface Fluid Flow Systems/


Faster Greener Chemistry? Catalyst synthesis and evaluation A context based case study in Green / Sustainable Chemistry.

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Ethics, Toxicity, Ecotoxicity, Persistence, Bioaccumulation and Green Chemistry Terry Collins Central Catholic High School, September 21, 2005, Pittsburgh.

New chemistry for solar-to-electrical or solar-to- chemical energy conversions Economical feedstocks for chemical and polymer industries from plants Move the elemental composition of technology closer to biochemistry to eliminate persistent environmentally / high. Decrease in anogenital distance among male infants with prenatal phthalate exposure, Shanna Swan et al., Environmental Health Perspectives on-line May 27, 2005 Exposure to methoxychlor and vinclozolin produces male reproductive problems down /


Green Chemistry Chemistry: Its not easy being green In the past two decades, the green-chemistry movement has helped industry become much cleaner. But.

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SHS Science Course Offerings * Information for current 9 th -11 th grade students as you register for the 2015-16 School Year Chemistry Lab Methods Physics.

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SHS Science Course Offerings * Information for current 9 th -11 th grade students as you register for the 2016-17 School Year Chemistry Lab Methods Physics.

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Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) as Environmental Pollutants: Pollution from Consumption and Use Christian G. Daughton, Ph.D. Chief,

treated and untreated sewage effluent.   Only more recently has a larger picture emerged — numerous PPCPs can occur (albeit at very low concentrations).   Prior discovery delayed primarily by limitations in analytical environmental chemistry (ultra-trace enrichment and detection).   Domestic sewage is a major source — not just hospital sewage. CAFOs are a major source of antibiotics. Origins of PPCPs in the Environment   Other potential/


The Department of Environmental Science School of Science & Engineering, Ateneo de Manila University A Proposal for the New Degree Bachelor of Science.

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CKDu REVISITED R.M.G. Rajapakse (Ph.D., D.I.C., C. Chem., FNASSL)

Takao Watanabe and Akio Koishumi, “Chronic Kidney Diseases of Unknown Aeitiology in Sri Lanka, Geographical Distribution and Environmental Implications”, Environmental Geochemical Health, 33 (2011) 267-278. DEMONSTRATION OF THE PROBLEM SKIP DEMONSTRATION OF THE PROBLEM EXTRAPOLATION OF/ metallic complexes with Zn2+, Ca2+, Mg2+, Cu2+, Co3+, Fe3+, Cr3+, and Al3+.”, International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, 112 (2012) 2752–2762. I have requested Dr. Udayanga Ranatunga to do the DFT study on possible complexes/


Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Environmental Quality Through Science ® About the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC)

(CAG) strives to improve and sustain the inherent interdisciplinary nature of the SETAC organization in members and expertise. We increase awareness of and relevance for environmental chemistry through opportunities in scientific education and communication for chemists in the environmental field. Activities ● Student Exchange Award with ACS ENVR Division- Exchange of student presenters to each other’s national meetings ● Chemist Travel Award- Non-SETAC/


Using Chemical Lifecycle Management to Minimize the Environmental Footprint of Operations Presented at the DOE/EFCOG Chemical Management Workshop March.

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Extracting Metals Prior Learning; a) Understand what happens to carbonates when they are heated b) Know that an ore contain a metal mixed with rock c)

their oxides. Explain that iron is extracted in a blast furnace. •Consider and evaluate the social, economic and environmental impacts of exploiting metal ores, of using metals and of recycling metals. EXT: Explain how electrolysis works and why/(forms) 2Fe + 3CO2 Iron Mining Use you text (p41) and this video to consider and evaluate the social, economic and environmental impacts of exploiting metal ores, of using metals and of recycling metals. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruiydHeuQSQ (6 marks) Extraction/


Green Chemistry and the Automotive Supply Chain Green Chemistry Institute February 2, 2005 www.acs.org/greenchemistryinstitute 202-872-6102.

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Chemistry, Energy and Climate Change Dr Richard Pike Royal Society of Chemistry Tuesday 3 June, 2008, Lerwick.

ry More qualified science teachers Funding for science teaching and research Energy issues seen as business opportunities [not just problems] Energy and environmental issues permeate society Energy and environmental issues covered more quantitatively in the curriculum Key skills include nuclear chemistry, photo-voltaics, biomass, catalysis, carbon management, materials Key messages are:  Saving energy is critical  Nurture and harness research skills  Provide vision, mechanisms/


Corporate EHS Strategic Perspective Michael Rottas Associate Director, Environmental Health & Safety Pfizer Global R&D – Groton/New London Laboratories.

control Competitive advantage Social Aspect Fence line issues (odors, unplanned releases) Resource sustainability for future generations Public outreach/education programs Pfizer reputation – they expect us to do this Green Chemistry & TBL Environmental Aspect More efficient use of non-renewable natural resources Less impact on the environment due to permitted wastewater discharges, air emissions, and hazardous waste treatment Less risk of incidents and/


Lecture 10a. Introduction While organic chemistry is a very important part of everybody’s life, the production of drugs, fuels, polymers, pigments, insect.

The alternative reagent should display a low volatility, a low flammability and low toxicity. The environmental impact of the alternative reagent should be low. In some cases, electrosynthesis, photochemistry, /chemistry is chiefly about sustainability. Scientists need to find ways of reducing the negative human impact on the environment by developing more environmentally friendly chemical engineering, by using a more responsible management of environmental resources and by considering environmental/


Quantitative Studies of Environmental Chemistry with Education Teaching Kits 陳永康教授 香港浸會大學化學系 A sharing workshop Jointly presented by the EMB & Department.

will be divided into 4 groups to browse through the four teaching kits (4 x 15 min) Demonstrating Environmental Chemistry with Case Studies (1) A worrying issue – green House Effect (2) A pressing problem – Air Quality of Hong Kong /therein Objectives of the Project Students can gain an adequate appreciation of environmental chemistry by doing laboratory activities Students can gain an adequate appreciation of environmental chemistry by doing laboratory activities With the aid of a low-cost photometer and//


HOW TO FIND INFORMATION IN CHEMISTRY, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING.

that reports original research. Peer Review Process Detailed articles with experimental procedures Highly Specialized Some Journals in Chemistry, Environmental Science and Chemical Engineering Analytical Chemistry Combustion and Flame Environmental Science and TechnologyEnvironmental Science and Technology Journal of Membrane Science Journal of Organic Chemistry Environmental Science & Policy What is a Conference Proceeding? Organized by professional societies such as the American Chemical Society/


SCH 3U- GREEN CHEMISTRY DEFINITION Green Chemistry is the utilisation of a set of principles that reduces or eliminates the use or generation of hazardous.

(PLA) for plastics production Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA’s) The Five Major Principles of Green Chemistry 2. Use Chemicals With Less Environmental Impact -Polystyrene (Styrofoam) is used for cups and packing materials. Liquid polystyrene is injected/ water to produce sulfuric acid. The Five Major Principles of Green Chemistry 4. Use Less Energy - Many manufacturing industries use a lot of energy which is financially and environmentally costly. The steel industry is very energy intensive - Updating equipment /


6/25/2008 ACS Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference 2008 1 Natural Oil Polythiols and Polyols– A Life Cycle Comparison Thomas A. Upshaw, William J.

a renewable oil as raw material Future: assess process changes and new process technology for reduced environmental impact 6/25/2008 ACS Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference 2008 5 Life Cycle Modeling Tools SimaPro 7.0 software, using SimaPro 7./E) standard TRACI (Tool for the Reduction and Assessment of Chemical and other Environmental Impacts) – EPA life cycle impact assessment method 6/25/2008 ACS Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference 2008 6 Data Sources Soybean data –Agriculture data from U.S/


OVERVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC TOOLS APPLIED IN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT.

Tools and Techniques 4 Benefits of Monitoring  Monitoring combined with enforcement ensures proper functioning of environmental protection measures prescribed for development projects or activities  Monitoring allows the early identification of potentially / --- +-- -+- --+ ++- -++ +-+ EIA Scientific Tools and Techniques 30 Interpreting Monitoring Results  Comparison of chemistry results with water quality and/or effluent standards can help determine which of the potential stressors are present in/


Major Academic Plan (MAP) Why Environmental Science? Environmental challenges arent going away. As global warming, ocean depopulation, soil contamination,

Black Professor of Biology 264 Science Hall rblack@ewu.edu Department Assistant Carolyn Harbolt 130 Science Hall charbolt@ewu.edu Sample Careers Hydrologist Environmental Chemist Environmental Consultant Associate of Arts BS in Environmental Science (111-120 Credits) Departments of Biology, Chemistry, and Geology College of Science Health and Engineering Degree Requirements (AA-DTA) with Suggested Classes that Fulfill EWU Prerequisites/Requirements – Biology Option Required/


AIChE National Meeting San Francisco, CA John Leazer, PhD 05.November.2013 EPA Green Chemistry Advances.

towards the design, manufacture, use and disposal of these materials. –Development of new methodologies for these materials and performing Life Cycle Inventories Assessments (Ag, Li and CNTs). –Utilizing Green Chemistry to design environmentally friendly nanomaterials –Understanding the link between the physical properties of nanomaterials and their interaction with the environment. CURRENT STATUS: Continued in-house directed research in the area of method/


Part I: – Organic Batteries – Innovation from Thuringia Prof. Dr. Ulrich S. Schubert Director Center for Energy and Environmental Chemistry Jena (CEEC.

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1 BASIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE. 2 Objectives To define environmental science. To evaluate atmosphere & weather. To analyze biomes. To identify human populations.

need for both public and private investment, mostly in the form of programs aiming to deter climate change Makes a significant impact upon economics within most developed countries 10 Environmental Science Includes: −biology −chemistry −earth science −physics 11 Biology Is the diverse study of life and organisms and their personal attributes Environment Report: Biology comes from the Greek words “bis” and “logos/


Chemistry of Water & Waste Water Welcome to RIT Chemistry 272.

CSI Biochemistry Biochemistry really incorporates much of the other four sub-disciplines of chemistry but focuses specifically on the molecules associated with living organisms. In doing so, it uses information from organic, inorganic, physical, and analytical chemistry. Environmental Chemistry Environmental chemistry is really a broad subject that, like biochemistry, straddles all aspects of chemistry. Rather than focusing on different types of molecules, it focuses on all molecules/


Nanoscale zero-valent iron: a new technology for groundwater remediation? Richard Crane School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of New.

K. V. Ragnarsdottir and L. Charlet. Uranium behaviour in natural environments. ISBN: 0-903-05620-8. Environmental mineralogy – Microbial Interactions, Anthropogenic Influences, Contaminated Land and Waste Management. Mineralogical Society Series. 9 (2000) 245/ environmental remediation: learning from hydrometallurgy. Fresenius Environ. Bull. 21, 1192-1196. Scott, T. B., Dickinson, M., Crane, R., Riba, O., Hughes, G. and Allen, G. (2010). The effects of vacuum annealing on the structure and surface chemistry/


GROUP IV PROJECTS IB Chemistry. What is the Group IV Project? Collaborative scientific investigation (2-5 people per group) Like a group DESIGN, DCP &

in this project must your group’s own authentic creation (your procedures, your data, your processing, your analysis, your thoughts, your words… etc.) The Group IV Project Umbrella Topic: Environmental Chemistry Environmental Chemistry Ideas Atmospheric Chemistry Factors affecting ozone concentrations (e.g. UV, temperature, elevation, proximity to highway, time of day, time of year) UV protection/filtering Available materials: UV light sensors, GPS units, mapping/


Green Chemistry: Introduction and Applications Rich Engler Program Manager Green Chemistry Program Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics US Environmental.

? Dow DuPont BASF Bayer Rohm & Haas * Eastman Nalco Engelhard* PPG Cargill ADM SC Johnson P & G Pfizer Merck Eli Lilly Roche Bristol-Myers Squibb Green Chemistry A philosophy, not a discipline. Not a solution to all environmental problems. The most fundamental approach to preventing pollution. Pays off! http://www.epa.gov/greenchemistry greenchemistry@epa.gov For further information http://www.epa.gov/


Lecture 10a. Introduction While organic chemistry is a very important part of everybody’s life, the production of drugs, fuels, polymers, pigments, insect.

The alternative reagent should display a low volatility, a low flammability and low toxicity. The environmental impact of the alternative reagent should be low. In some cases, electrosynthesis, photochemistry, /chemistry is chiefly about sustainability. Scientists need to find ways of reducing the negative human impact on the environment by developing more environmentally friendly chemical engineering, by using a more responsible management of environmental resources and by considering environmental/


1 Concepts of Green Chemistry. 2 Sustainable Development “...... Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations.

products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use and generation of hazardous substances. Environmental chemistry is the chemistry of the natural environment, and of pollutant chemicals in nature. Green chemistry seeks to reduce and prevent pollution at its source. 6 Green Chemistry can also be described as 1.Sustainable chemistry 2.Chemistry that is benign by design 3.Pollution prevention at the molecular level 4.All/


Sources & Origins of PPCPs: A Complex Issue Christian G. Daughton, Ph.D. Chief, Environmental Chemistry Branch Environmental Sciences Division National.

treated and untreated sewage effluent.   Only more recently has a larger picture emerged — numerous PPCPs can occur (albeit at very low concentrations).   Prior discovery delayed primarily by limitations in analytical environmental chemistry (ultra-trace enrichment and detection).   Domestic sewage is a major source — not just hospital sewage. CAFOs are a major source of antibiotics. Origins of PPCPs in the Environment Sources of/


Green Chemistry at Pfizer Peter Dunn Pfizer Green Chemistry Lead.

(42% overall)  Original Catalyst (Me-DuPHOS-Rh, S/C ratio 2700)  Licensed chiral ligand expensive  In-house chiral ligand developed – to give lower costs  Much improved environmental profile but similar cost to resolution route.  Chemistry Published (2004JACS5966) (2003JOC5731) (S)-[Rh-Trichickenfootphos] Enzymatic Resolution of CNDE  Enzymatic hydrolysis of Cyano diester enabled early resolution of chiral center  Enzyme screen revealed 2 (S)-selective/


Let’s START! We warmly welcome you to the OSU School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering! For simplicity, it is called the School of.

) (3) Bioseparations BIOE 462 (3) Synthesis (3) 15 1617 1617151416 Bioengineering (192 Credits) Environmental Engineering (192 Credits) Cr. First Year = 47 creditsSecond Year = 49 creditsThird Year = 49 creditsFourth Year = 47 credits FallWinterSpringFallWinterSpringFallWinterSpringFallWinterSpring 1 Chemistry *CH 231 (4F) Chemistry **CH 232 (4W) Chemistry CH 233 (4S) Organic Chemistry CH 331 (4F) Organic Chemistry CH 332 (4W) GEO 221 (3S) Transport I (Fluids) CHE 331 (4F) Transport II/


9G Environmental Chemistry

substances in the rock and acidic rainwater. Biological weathering – due to the actions of plants and animals. Physical weathering – freeze-thaw weathering Physical weathering – onion-skin weathering 9G Environmental Chemistry Contents 9G Environmental Chemistry Soil chemistry Rocks and weathering Acid rain Greenhouse effect Summary activities What is acid rain? Normal rainwater has a pH of about 5.6, which means it is naturally slightly acidic/


Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

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