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The « Green Chemistry » minor

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This minor targets to train future executives in chemical industry companies (especially in the fields of fine chemistry and specialty chemistry) which are able to innovate for a cleaner and more efficient chemistry, for example by using raw materials of plant origin.

Prerequisites

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Good level in organic and inorganic molecular chemistry.

Skills

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  • Develop or improve advanced synthesis paths in organic chemistry by using clean technologies, including catalysis.
  • Master alternative synthesis methods in green chemistry.
  • Estimate the environmental impacts/benefits related to a chemical transformation
  • Master the main transformations of biomass (vegetal based chemistry) leading to the creation of bioproducts or eco-materials.
  • Acquire a good knowledge of the preventing methods and the treatments of pollutions according to an eco-design approach.

Syllabus

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Download the syllabus of the minor:

Prospects

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Activity sectors

  • Fine chemistry,
  • Agribusiness / agri-chemistry,
  • (bio-based) specialty products,
  • Energy/ Transport,
  • Hygiene/Cosmetics,
  • Environment,
  • Refinery, nuclear industry
  • Chemical industry
  • Polymer industry

 

 


Stories

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soon

Contacts

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  • Philippe SERP
  • ENSIACET
  • email: philippe.serp @ ensiacet.fr
  • phone: 05 34 32 35 72

Key Words

  • organic chemistry
  • bio-based chemistry
  • catalysis
  • bio-based products
  • clean technologies

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