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AN INSIGHT INTO GREEN CHEMISTRY
First Published: 2019
Second Edition: 2020
- Alternative energy sources used in Chemical reactions
- Green Synthesis of some compounds
- Greener approaches in Industrial application
- Future Trends In Green Chemistry
- Practical experiments related to Green Chemistry
- Revision Questions with short answers
ABOUT THE BOOK: Green Chemistry has now become an integral part of every chemistry curriculum all over India to make the coming generations aware of sustainable developments. Use of renewable feedstock as starting material, use of alternative energy sources, use of benign solvent as reaction medium, performing reactions under ambient conditions, minimization of by-products are some of the prime criteria of green chemistry. This book is an endeavor to enlighten the readers with the inner sense of green chemistry. Once the inner sense ignites the reader's mind, the systematic development may become easier in the field of green chemistry.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dr. Chandrakanta Bandyopadhyay received his B.Sc., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in Chemistry from the University of Calcutta in 1978, 1980, and 1987, respectively. He worked under the supervision of Prof. C. K. Ghosh for his Doctoral degree. He joined the Department of Chemistry, Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Centenary College, Kolkata as a junior Lecturer in the year 1984. At present, he is working as the Head of that department. He did his postdoctoral research in the Department of Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Nankang, Taipei in 1991 with Prof. Ruben J. R. Hwu. His independent research interest lies in the chemistry of chromones, bichromones and bischromones, and multicomponent reactions based on chromone skeleton in micellar media. He has so far more than fifty publications with principal authorship in this field and has supervised five Ph.D. students. He has been honored with (i) Prof. Navneeth Rao Best Teacher Award in 2013 by A. V. Rama Rao Research Foundation, Hyderabad, and (ii) Coastal Chemical Research Society Award (Category C) in 2015.