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Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
Applications of green chemistry
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  • 1. ARC 344 FINAL PROJECT CEMRE KESKİN
  • 2.  Introduction  Green Chemistry Principles  Applications of Green Chemistry  Industrial integration  Environmentally friendly catalysis  Biomass  Conclusion
  • 3.  Sustainability is a problem for the industry  Increasing awareness of people  Related with my field studies
  • 4.  Major aims: • Prevention of wastes • Increase energy efficiency • Cheaper processes • Reduced risks
  • 5.  Classical methods pollute environment  ‘Old school’ chemistry is not efficient enough  Maximized sustainability
  • 6.  They speed up chemical reactions  Used alot in chemical industry  Increases productivity  Lowers capital use
  • 7.  Wastes are materials that we can’t make use of them  They are produced undesirably while we are trying to get our product  They pollute our environment
  • 8. Energy Reactor Products Wastes Raw Materials
  • 9. Raw Materials Reactor Wastes (Raw Materials) Reactor Products Wastes (Raw Materials) Products
  • 10.  “One plant’s waste is other plant’s raw material” approach  Eliminates the waste  Reduces the operating costs
  • 11.  Also called “green catalysis”  Has alot of advantages when compared to classical type of catalysis  Recently found method (~15 years)
  • 12.  Named as “Homogeneous Catalysis”  They are dumped to environment after use  Causing huge pollution problems  Financially ineffective
  • 13.  Named as “Heterogeneous Catalysis”  Can be used over and over  Increases productivity  Saves alot of money
  • 14. • Environmentally Friendly Catalysis: • Subsequently reduced the catalyst costs • Has earned the second biggest share in the market • With high selectivity, operating costs went down
  • 15.  Bio-Mass;  Uses the living organisms (vegetables and plants) to get useful energy  Has a great potential to;  Be developed in the industry  Solve the current sustainability problems  Completely “green”
  • 16.  Green chemistry is very environmental friendly and efficient  Green Chemistry Applications  Industrial integration  Environmentally friendly catalysis  Biomass  Apply green chemistry to;  reduce fuel oil consumption  prevent the damage to environment
  • 17.  I designed the end product such that:  All people can access  Information will be easy to follow  People will be aware of situation after visiting  Hopefully people who are aware, will take action
  • 18.  Since it is a new topic,  Available data for industry changes in time  Amount of information is scarce;  Some companies keep their data as secret  Available sources are hard to reach
  • 19.  Anastas, P. T.(1998), Warner, J. C. Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice, Oxford University Press  V.K. Ahluwalia (2008), Green Chemistry: environmentally benign reactions  M. Ackmez et al. (2011),Green chemistry for environmental sustainability
  • 20.  G. Ertl et al.(2008), Handbook of Heterogeneous Catalysis  CatchBio Research Group (ND), Green Energy: From Waste to Fuel , www.catchbio.com
  • 21. Thank you for listening Any questions

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