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Technical Proceedings of the 2010 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show

Clean Technology 2010

Chapter 6:

Green Chemistry, Building & Construction

-Green and efficient hydroxylation of phenol using H2O2 catalyzed by coordination polymers
 S.J.J. Titinchi, H.S. Abbo
 University of the Western Cape, ZA
-Catalytic Conversion of Waste Carbon Monoxide to Valuable Chemicals & Materials
 M. Slowik
 Novomer, US
-Superhydrophobic Surfaces by Supercritical Fluid Technology
 Å. Ek, C. Turner, O. Werner, L. Wågberg
 SweTree Technologies, SE
-Method of Liquid Inactivation by Supercritical Ozone
 H.C. Ma, F.C. Yu, C.C. Liang, C.F. Wang, M.J. Kao, B.N. Chuang
 Industrial Technology Research Institute, TW
-Environmentally benign catalytic hydroxylation of benzene using metal-coordination polymers
 H.S. Abbo, S.J.J. Titinchi
 University of the Western Cape, ZA
-Ecomate – Environmentally Benign Foam Blowing Agent
 J. Murphy
 Foam Supplies Inc, US
-The study of using glycidyl methacrylate grafted natural rubber as an impact modifier of polylactic acid
 P. Juntuek, C. Ruksakulpiwat, P. humsamrong, Y. Ruksakulpiwat
 Suranaree University of Technology, TH
-Nanobrush Structured Oligo(epsilon-caprolactone) as a Novel Plasticizer for the Manufacture of Eco-friendly Poly(vinyl chloride)
 W.H. Choi, S-Y Kwak
 Seoul National University, KR
-Mechanical Properties of PLA-Jute Composites by Using Natural Rubber and Epoxidized Natural Rubber as Impact Modifiers : Effect of Molding Technique
 Y. Ruksakulpiwat, P. Tonimit, J. Kluengsamrong
 Suranaree University of Technology, TH
-Efficiency’s Last Frontier: Reflective Building Surfaces
 H.C. Wiig
 State of Hawaii Energy Office, US
-A Study on Design Technologies and load analysis for Sustainable Army Barracks
 C. Park, W. Cho, B. Kim
 Yonsei University, KR
-Clean Technology Requires a Systems Approach
 D. Kralj
 ART-K, BusinessConsulting, SI
-Recovery of High Quality Aggregate from Concrete Waste using Pulsed Power Technology
 S. I’izasa, M. Shigeishi, T. Namihira
 Kumamoto University, JP
-Green Building visions in historical Arab cities, case study of Al-Jazirah Al-Hamrah-Northern UAE
 A. Al-Farraj
 UAE University, AE
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