Circular economy design considerations for research and process development in the chemical sciences
Clark, James Hanley; Farmer, Thomas James; Herrero-Davila, Lorenzo; Sherwood, James Richard;
Subject: 2304 | 2310
A circular economy will look to chemistry to provide the basis of innovative products, made from renewable feedstocks and designed to be reused, recycled, or the feedstock renewed through natural processes. The substances that products are made of will increasingly be t... View more
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