Green Chemistry

Spirulina: Characteristics, Production And Applications

The blue green algae are the primitive members of the plant kingdom. The most of the blue-greens algae are unicellular, photoautotrophs and aerobic. They require mainly light, inorganic matter and oxygen for their growth. Spirulina are filamentous blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) always attracted the interest of researchers because they have simple cellular structure with a large …

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The Impact Of Hydrocarbon Emplacement On Carbonate Diagenesis

Introduction Diagenesis has been described as a term that encompasses all the arrays of biological, physical and chemical processes, that act and transform sediments from the initial stage of deposition until just before metamorphism. Nader (2017). The significant role of diagenesis in geological systems in creating and destroying porosity via dissolution and pore occluding cementation, …

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The Two-Step Organic Synthesis of 4-Bromoaceanilide and how Green Chemistry Principles Apply

The Use of Green Chemistry Principles in Analyzing the Synthesis of 4-Bromoacetanilide Abstract This experiment was completed with the purpose to utilize the principles of green chemistry in the analysis of the two-step organic synthesis of 4-bromoaceanilide. This experiment was relevant because of the importance of green chemistry principles in regards to environmental and human …

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Greenhouse-Gas Emissions From Soils Increased By Earthworms 

Vangent Night crawlers have a fundamental impact in deciding the ozone depleting substance parity of soils around the world, and their impact is relied upon to develop throughout the following decades. They are thought to fortify carbon sequestration in soil totals, yet in addition to expand outflows of the fundamental ozone depleting substances carbon dioxide …

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