Half Title Page.
List of Contributors.
1: Green Chemistry: Historical Perspectives and Basic Concepts.
Chemical Issues of Modern Society.
2: Environmental Chemistry, Renewable Energy, and Global Policy.
3: Sustainable Synthesis.
4: Integrating the Principles of Toxicology Into a Chemistry Curriculum.
5: Effects of Environmental Factors on DNA: Damage and Mutations.
Green Chemistry in Practice.
6: The Natural Atmosphere.
7: Air Pollution and Air Quality.
8: Stratospheric Ozone Depletion and Recovery.
9: The Greenhouse Effect, Aerosols, and Climate Change.
10: Chemistry of Natural Waters.
11: Water Contamination and Pollution.
12: Contaminants of Emerging Concern, With an Emphasis on Nanomaterials and Pharmaceuticals.
13: Pollution in the Coastal Zone: A Case Study of Wastewater on Cape Cod, MA.
14: The Composition of Soils and Sediments.
15: Heavy Metal Pollution and Remediation.
16: Application of Green Chemistry in Homogeneous Catalysis.
17: Heterogeneous Catalysis: A Fundamental Pillar of Sustainable Synthesis.
18: Phase Transfer Catalysis: A Tool for Environmentally Benign Synthesis.
19: Biocatalysis: Nature's Chemical Toolbox.
20: Organic Solvents in Sustainable Synthesis and Engineering.
21: Ionic Liquids as Novel Media and Catalysts for Electrophilic/Onium Ion Chemistry and Metal-Mediated Reactions.
22: Solvent-Free Synthesis of Nanoparticles.
23: Application of Microwaves in Sustainable Organic Synthesis.
24: Application of Sonochemical Activation in Green Synthesis.
25: Principles of Electrocatalysis.
26: Principles of Photochemical Activation Toward Artificial Photosynthesis and Organic Transformations.
27: Biopolymers: Biodegradable Alternatives to Traditional Plastics.
28: Modern Applications of Green Chemistry.
29: The Static Concentration of Energy in Chemical Bonds and the Physical Double Layer: Modern Methods of Energy Storage.
30: The Movement of Electrons in Batteries, Fuel Cells, and Supercapacitors: Methods of Energy Delivery.
31: Applications of Renewable Energy from Green Chemistry: Electric Vehicles, Smart Grids, Smart Roadways, and Smart Buildings/Homes.
32: Innovations and Future Opportunities for Renewable Energy from Green Chemistry.
33: From Ethanol to Biodiesel: A Survey of Green Fuels.
34: Solar Energy Conversion.
35: Toward a Sustainable Carbon Cycle: The Methanol Economy.
36: Natural and Nature-Inspired Synthetic Small Molecule Antioxidants in the Context of Green Chemistry.
37: The Value-Adding Connections Between the Management of Ecoinnovation and the Principles of Green Chemistry and Green Engineering.
38: The International Chemicals Regime: Protecting Health and the Environment.