Current Green Chemistry

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György Keglevich
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Budapest
Hungary

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Volume:1   Issue: 2
Pp: i-v

DOI: 10.2174/221334610102140408114103

Catalyst- and Solvent-free Three-component Synthesis of Phosphane Sulfides

Volume:1   Issue: 2
Pp: 87-93
Francisco Alonso and Yanina Moglie
DOI: 10.2174/22133461114019990003

Tribromoisocyanuric Acid: A Green and Versatile Reagent

Volume:1   Issue: 2
Pp: 94-107
Leonardo S. de Almeida, Pierre M. Esteves and Marcio C. S. de Mattos
DOI: 10.2174/2213346101999140109142834

Glycerol as Renewable Resource in the Synthesis of Thioethers Using KF/Al2O3

Volume:1   Issue: 2
Pp: 115-120
Gelson Perin, Elton L. Borges, Jose E. G. Duarte, Rodrigo Webber, Raquel G. Jacob and Eder J. Lenardao
DOI: 10.2174/2213346101999140109142543

A Catalytic System for the Estragole to Anethole Isomerization Based on [{RuCl(µ-Cl)(η6-p-cymene)}2]

Volume:1   Issue: 2
Pp: 128-135
Lucia Menendez-Rodriguez, Pascale Crochet and Victorio Cadierno
DOI: 10.2174/22133461114016660005

Niobic Acid as a Recyclable Heterogeneous Catalyst for the Solvent-Free Synthesis of Substituted Benzimidazoles

Volume:1   Issue: 2
Pp: 136-144
Beatriz M. Vieira, Angelita M. Barcellos, Ricardo F. Schumacher, Eder J. Lenardao and Diego da Silva Alves
DOI: 10.2174/2213346101666131212005735

A Green Approach for Producing Solvent-free Anisyl Acetate by Enzymecatalyzed Direct Esterification in Sponge-like Ionic Liquids Under Conventional and Microwave Heating

Volume:1   Issue: 2
Pp: 145-154
Pedro Lozano, Juana M. Bernal, Almudena Lajarin, Daniel Romera, Eduardo Garcia-Verdugo, Gregorio Sanchez-Gomez, Mathieu Pucheault, Michel Vaultier, M. Isabel Burguete and Santiago V. Luis
DOI: 10.2174/2213346101666131113201434

Biocatalysis in the Pharmaceutical Industry. A Greener Future

Volume:1   Issue: 2
Pp: 155-181
Pilar Hoyos, Vittorio Pace, María J. Hernaiz and Andres R. Alcantara
DOI: 10.2174/2213346101666131113201722

Silanes as Reagents for the Deoxygenation of Tertiary Phosphine Oxides – A Case Study for the Deoxygenation of 5-Membered Cyclic Phosphine Oxides open access plus

Volume:1   Issue: 2
Pp: 182-188
Gyorgy Keglevich and Tamara Kovacs
DOI: 10.2174/2213346101666140115214100



Short Review of the Book “Element Recovery and Sustainability” Edited by Andrew Hunt

Volume:1   Issue: 2
Pp: 189-189
Gyorgy Keglevich
DOI: 10.2174/221334610102140408122756