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What is green Chemistry ?

-Green chemistry, also known as sustainable chemistry, is an area of ​​chemistry and chemical engineering that focuses on the design of products and processes that reduce the use and generation of hazardous substances. Green chemistry seeks to reduce the destructive changes in nature from industrial chemicals and to make the chemical products derived from the good and useful. Green Chemistry believes in freeing the earth and environment from the ill effects of chemicals. The term green chemistry was first used by Paul Anastas in 1991. The term Green Chemistry has always been used with chemistry and industry.

There are 12 principles of green chemistry.

1 It is better to clean it after decay than to stop it before it is formed.

2 In the process of final production, artificial methods should be created to increase the circle of all things.

3 As far as practicable, such things should be made by creating artificial methods that do not harm humanity and nature.

4 Chemical products should be made in a way that lasts longer and also reduces toxicity.

5.the use of the 5 auxiliary items should be reduced.

6 Energy achievements should be taken care of so that the natural and economic effects are being taken care of.

7 More attention should be paid to the use of renewable raw materials.

8 Use of simple and derivative items should be reduced.

The catalytic reagent is superior to the chemical reagents. Green chemistry always takes care that the cost of any chemical is minimized, the method used is simple, the chemical is least harmful or not harmful at all, that chemical What can be kept in the handle? Detecting and producing it, then the chemical
Purify it in such a way that there is no danger of it and most important is that there is no harm to the environment and the earth is greener, prosperous
Endowed with In the coming years, green chemistry can be used as a strong tool, so that between human and nature
The relationship should be maintained.

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