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2022 Editor’s Choice Collection

Sustainable & Green Chemistry at Taylor & Francis

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Sustainable synthesis, in silico evaluation of potential toxicity and environmental fate, antioxidant and UV-filtering/photostability activity of phenolic-based thiobarbituric derivatives

This paper presents a highly atom-economical synthesis, plus computer-predicted eco-toxicological properties, of compounds that might replace a class of consumer chemicals whose environmental impacts have recently come to light: UV blockers in sunscreens.

Marine Biomass

Green in the deep blue: deep eutectic solvents as versatile systems for the processing of marine biomass

More marine biomass should be utilized as chemical feedstocks, since these are renewable resources that do not compete with agricultural crops for land.  Not only are deep eutectic mixtures effective at extracting chemicals from biomass, but many of these solvent systems are also cheap, non-toxic, and biodegradable.

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Metal-free domino amination-Knoevenagel condensation approach to access new coumarins as potent nanomolar inhibitors of VEGFR-2 and EGFR

The paper applies the principles of green chemical synthesis to medicine, showcasing a high-yielding, metal-free domino reaction to prepare potent molecular inhibitors of two broadly significant targets in cancer treatment: epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) and vascular endothelial growth factor receptor (VEGFR).

Elementary School Science Chemistry Classroom: Teacher Shows Chemical Reaction Experiment to Group of Children

Integrating organic chemical-based socio-scientific issues comics into chemistry classroom: expanding chemists’ toolbox

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Screening of some vegetables for the biotransformation of bicyclo[3.3.1]nonane-2,6-diol diacetateblue: deep eutectic solvents as versatile systems for the processing of marine biomass

Nanocrystal Superlattices, SEM

αAu2S nanoparticles: Fungal-mediated synthesis, structural characterization and bioassay

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Materials Science and Technology is pleased to announce the winning and runner-up article for the annual Literature Review Prize. Gain free access here: https://t.co/GjCfKe5yRx https://t.co/jBCjsCih0J
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