Thursday, November 16, 2006: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Continental 5 (Hilton San Francisco)
#500 - Green Chemistry and Engineering for Sustainability (TE011)
This session will discuss issues of green chemistry and engineering as it relates to sustainability.
Chair:Martin Abraham
Cochairs:Motonobu Goto
Richard L. Smith Jr.
8:30 AMI-Messe, a New Evaluation Method for Green and Sustainable Chemistry
Yutaka Naito, Tateo Goto, Itaru Yasui
8:45 AMDevelopment of Novel Polycarbonate Melt-Process (Mitsubishi Melt-Process) and Its Assessment from the View Point of Green Sustainable Chemistry by Means of I-Messe
Yoshihiro Kurasawa
9:00 AMEvaluating the Sustainability of Green Chemistries: Development of the Greenscope Tool
Raymond L. Smith, Michael A. Gonzalez
9:20 AMThe Design for the Environment Green Formulation Initiative
Lauren Heine
9:40 AMAn Environmentally-Friendly Process for Fuel Cell Electrode Reclamation
L.awrence Shore
10:00 AMMeasurement and Reduction of Organic Solvents in Pharmaceutical Manufacture
C. Stewart Slater, Mariano J. Savelski, Robert P. Hesketh
10:20 AMReaction of Bio-Related Compounds in Hydrothermal Electrolysis
Motonobu Goto, Mitsuru Sasaki, Taku Kuroda, Kana Yamamoto
10:40 AMMechanism and Pathway of the Water-Soluble Protein Hydrolysis under the Saturated Sub-Critical Water Condition
Wael Abdelmoez, Hiroyuki Yoshida

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