Teaching GuideTerm
Faculty of Science
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Mestrado Universitario en Ciencias. Tecnoloxías e Xestión Ambiental (plan 2012)
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  Green Chemistry
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Identifying Data 2018/19
Subject (*) Green Chemistry Code 610500021
Study programme
Mestrado Universitario en Ciencias. Tecnoloxías e Xestión Ambiental (plan 2012)
Descriptors Cycle Period Year Type Credits
Official Master's Degree 2nd four-month period
First Optional 3
Language
Spanish
Teaching method Face-to-face
Prerequisites
Department Química
Coordinador
Martinez Cebeira, Montserrat
E-mail
monserrat.martinez.cebeira@udc.es
Lecturers
Martinez Cebeira, Montserrat
E-mail
monserrat.martinez.cebeira@udc.es
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General description The sustainable chemistry is based on the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use and generation of hazardous substances. In this course the principles, fundamentals and some examples of applications of green chemistry will be presented The general objectives of this course are: - Define sustainable chemistry and give an overview of the historical developments that led to the development of green chemistry and other related discoveries. - Establish the principles of sustainable chemistry and define in practice chemical processes associated with sustainable chemistry. - Define the tools and the general areas of sustainable chemistry. - Recognize the toxicity / hazard as a physical / structural property that can be designed and manipulated. - Provide examples of application of green chemistry. - Become familiar with current trends in sustainable chemistry.
Contingency plan
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