Universal Journal of Green Chemistry

ISSN: (Print) 2972-4651 (Online) Description

Universal Journal of  Green Chemistry  (UJGC) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal of green, sustainable science and technology published biannually online by Universal Wiser Publisher (UWP).

> fully open access - free for readers
> currently, no article processing charge (APC) paid by authors or their institutions
> double-blind peer-review
> free post-publication promotion service by the Editorial Office

Latest Articles

Open Access Article

A Green Route for Sustainable Nanoporous Solid Acid Catalyst Synthesis Using Bio Template and Analysis of Its Progressive Transformation of CO2

by M.A. Mary Thangam, Chellapandian Kannan

ABSTRACT: Green chemistry approach is a most important area in the modern chemical world.  The nano (meso) porous materials have the specific application in separation, adsorption and catalysis.  A green...

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Usefulness of the Biomass of Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) for The Elimination of Chromium (VI) from Polluted Waters

by Cintia Huerta Velazquez, Katya Cruz Garcia, Ismael Acosta Rodríguez

ABSTRACT: The tobacco plant is capable of accumulating heavy metals in its different parts, making it a good candidate for use in bioremediation, although there are few reports in which the biomass of this...

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Design and Analysis of the Waste Heat Recovery System for Stenter Exhaust

by Yimin Chen, Bo Liu, Zheng Zeng, Liqing Li

ABSTRACT: In this study, combined with the exhaust adsorption, desorption and catalytic combustion technology, a waste heat recovery scheme using stenter exhaust to heat desorbed air and preheat stenter...

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A Factorial Design Assessment of Marine Exoskeleton-Based Bio-sorption of Relevant Electroplating Metals

by Carolina Londono-Zuluaga, Hasan Jameel, Ronalds Gonzalez, Guihua Yang, Lucian Lucia

ABSTRACT: A preliminary assessment of the capacity of pulverized crab shells to function as bio-sorbents for the removal of selected metals, zinc, cadmium, and chromium was analyzed according to a factorial...