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This work discusses principles of environmentally sound chemistry, details defining characteristics of solvents appropriate for green chemistry, and offers practical guidelines for selecting solvents for specific situations. Coverage encompasses chemical practice and solvent usage, solvation and solvent phenomena, green solvents in green chemistry, criteria for selection and design of green solvents, and green solvents for academic and industrial chemistry and ordinary chemical use. A final chapter examines the connections between ecology and economics. Author information is not given.
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William E. Nelson (born February 18, 1941) is a known environmental wax researcher from Perth, Ontario, Canada.
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