7- Wittg Reaction

7- Wittg Reaction - Experiment #7: Synthesis of (E)1(4

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Experiment #7: Synthesis of (E)-1-(4- bromophenyl)-2-phenylethene by a Solvent Free Wittig Reaction
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Green Chemistry: Overview In the U.S., interest in green chemistry began in earnest with the passage of the Pollution Prevention Act of 1990 First environmental law to focus on preventing pollution at the source rather than dealing with remediation or capture of pollutants EPA then established its Green Chemistry Program in 1991 under Dr. Paul T. Anastas A few chemists recognized fairly early in modern environmental chemistry that chemistry in many sub-disciplines had great potential to be improved upon in ways that would promote improvement in our environment. Definition: the use of chemistry techniques and methodologies that reduce or eliminate the use or generation of feedstocks, products, byproducts, solvents, reagents, etc. that are hazardous to human health or the environment
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Mechanochemistry • Physical activation • How it works • Crushing of particles results in large surface
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7- Wittg Reaction - Experiment #7: Synthesis of (E)1(4

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