Analytical Methods in Green Chemistry

Green method development is critical for analytical science, as the impact and role of green methods is quickly expanding across a wide range of analytical techniques. Green analytical procedures that use nanomaterials to prepare samples have the potential to gain a lot of traction in the field. Green chemistry professionals adopt or invent assessment methods that are efficient, produce little waste, and use chemicals that are safe for humans and the environment. Analytical chemists are crucial in determining the efficacy and safety of novel and current reactions and products. Analyzing only the smallest number of samples at the smallest sample size is an example of a green analytical chemistry practice. This can help save money by lowering the amount of solvent required and reducing waste. Analytical chemistry is critical for determining how environmentally friendly a reaction or product is, and there is a fast-increasing profession dedicated to ensuring that the analysis is safe and efficient.

  • HPLC-EAT (Environmental Assessment Tool)
  • Eco-Scale
  • Spectrophotometric Analysis
  • Kinetic phosphorescence analysis (KPA)
  • Analytical process in the light of green chemistry

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