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A useful book on the transformation and utilization of carbon dioxide covering a broad range of subjects in chemistry and chemical engineering
Introduces the latest developments and new applications available in the area of carbon dioxide based reactions including catalytic, photocatalytic, electrochemical, inorganic, and biological reactions producing small molecules and polymers
Presents various examples of multiphase reaction media and processes in the presence of carbon dioxide using homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts
A multidisciplinary approach with significant contributions from eminent scientists actively working on the transformation and utilization of carbon dioxide
Transformation and Utilization of Carbon Dioxide shows the various organic, polymeric and inorganic compounds which result from the transformation of carbon dioxide through chemical, photocatalytic, electrochemical, inorganic and biological processes. The book consists of twelve chapters demonstrating interesting examples of these reactions, depending on the types of reaction and catalyst. It also includes two chapters dealing with the utilization of carbon dioxide as a reaction promoter and presents a wide range of examples of chemistry and chemical engineering with carbon dioxide. Transformation and Utilization of Carbon Dioxide is a collective work of reviews illustrative of recent advances in the transformation and utilization of carbon dioxide. This book is interesting and useful to a wide readership in the various fields of chemical science and engineering.
Bhalchandra M. Bhanage is a professor of industrial and engineering chemistry at Institute of Chemical Technology, India.
Masahiko Arai is a professor of chemical engineering at Hokkaido University, Japan.