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Solvents and mass separation agents of all kinds matter a lot to the chemistry not to mention the chemical process and the overall "greenness" of the reaction. In many cases, reactions wouldn't proceed without solvents and/or mass separation agents. To say that they don't matter, or that it's only the chemistry that counts is not just a logical fallacy, it's chemically incorrect. Solvents and separation agents provide for mass and energy transfer and without this, many reactions will not proceed.

For those that do think about energy, most if not all the attention that energy gets from chemists is devoted to heating, cooling, separations, electrochemistry, pumping and reluctantly, to calculations related to thermodynamics (e.g., Gibbs Free Energy). The attention is not in minimizing or considering where energy comes from or if it matters what form is used, it's just a given that we need to heat or cool or shove electrons into the reaction to make or break bonds. In reflecting on my own training as a chemist, I never was asked to convert any heating, cooling, pumping or electrochemical requirements to a cost for electricity, steam or some other utility. That may be done in chemical engineering, but not in chemistry.

This description, while applied to automobiles, is illustrative of the 11th principle of green chemistry. Just as we need real-time feedback for driving safety, real-time feedback is essential in proper functioning chemical processes. Most chemists are familiar with laboratory analysis from their undergraduate training. But analysis can also be performed in-line, on-line, or at-line in a chemical plant, a subdiscipline known as process analytical chemistry. Such analysis can detect changes in process temperature or pH prior to a reaction going out of control, poisoning of catalysts can be determined, and other deleterious events can be detected before a major incident occurs.

Professor Gülşen Doğu received her bachelor degree in chemical engineering from the Middle East Technical University in Turkey, her MSc degree from Stanford University and her PhD from the University of California at Davis. She progressed through the academic ranks in Turkey with a first appointment at the Middle East Technical University, followed by a 1985 Full Professorship at Gazi University. She has been a research advisor to more than 50 Master and PhD graduate students. Prof. G. Doğu's most valuable contribution to chemical reaction engineering has been in the areas of environmentally clean processes, diffusion and reaction in porous media, catalyst development and alternative fuels. Prof. G. Doğu is the author of more than 90 refereed publications in high impact chemical engineering journals, with more than 2400 citations in the Web of Science.

As an introduction cases are presented in which geochemical engineering was used to solve environmental problems. Environmentally important minerals are discussed and methods for their detection. It is demonstrated how solution equilibria can be modified to eliminate elevated concentrations of unwanted species in solution and how carbon dioxide concentration affects pH and the dissolution of carbonate minerals. Modifications of redox conditions, pH, and electrolyte concentration are shown to be effective tools for controlling the mobility and fate of hazardous species in the environment.

Gujer, Willi Siedlungswasserwirtschaft : mit 84 TabellenISBN: 3540343296 (Gb.) URL: URL: [u.a.] : Springer, 2007TUB_HH_Katalog Henze, Mogens Wastewater treatment : biological and chemical processesISBN: 3540422285 (Pp.)Berlin [u.a.] : Springer, 2002TUB_HH_Katalog Imhoff, Karl (Imhoff, Klaus R.;)Taschenbuch der Stadtentwässerung : mit 10 TafelnISBN: 3486263331 ((Gb.))München [u.a.] : Oldenbourg, 1999TUB_HH_Katalog Lange, Jörg (Otterpohl, Ralf; Steger-Hartmann, Thomas;)Abwasser : Handbuch zu einer zukunftsfähigen WasserwirtschaftISBN: 3980350215 (kart.) URL: Donaueschingen-Pfohren : Mall-Beton-Verl., 2000TUB_HH_Katalog Mudrack, Klaus (Kunst, Sabine;)Biologie der Abwasserreinigung : 18 TabellenISBN: 382741427X URL: Heidelberg [u.a.] : Spektrum, Akad. Verl., 2003TUB_HH_Katalog Tchobanoglous, George (Metcalf & Eddy, Inc., ;)Wastewater engineering : treatment and reuseISBN: 0070418780 (alk. paper) ISBN: 0071122508 (ISE (*pbk))Boston [u.a.] : McGraw-Hill, 2003TUB_HH_Katalog Henze, Mogens Activated sludge models ASM1, ASM2, ASM2d and ASM3ISBN: 1900222248London : IWA Publ., 2002TUB_HH_Katalog Kunz, Peter Umwelt-BioverfahrenstechnikVieweg, 1992 Bauhaus-Universität., Arbeitsgruppe Weiterbildendes Studium Wasser und Umwelt (Deutsche Vereinigung für Wasserwirtschaft, Abwasser und Abfall, ;)Abwasserbehandlung : Gewässerbelastung, Bemessungsgrundlagen, Mechanische Verfahren, Biologische Verfahren, Reststoffe aus der Abwasserbehandlung, KleinkläranlagenISBN: 3860682725 URL: _toc.pdf URL: _abs.pdfWeimar : Universitätsverl, 2006TUB_HH_Katalog Deutsche Vereinigung für Wasserwirtschaft, Abwasser und Abfall DWA-RegelwerkHennef : DWA, 2004TUB_HH_Katalog Wiesmann, Udo (Choi, In Su; Dombrowski, Eva-Maria;)Fundamentals of biological wastewater treatmentISBN: 3527312196 (Gb.) URL: -bin/dokservid=2774611&prov=M&dok_var=1&dok_ext=htmWeinheim : WILEY-VCH, 2007TUB_HH_Katalog 153554b96e


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