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Novel Green Chemistry Method Improves Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Efficiency

News   Feb 15, 2018 | Original story from North Carolina State University

 
Novel Green Chemistry Method Improves Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Efficiency

Tubular reactor containing microspheres (left); close-up of the microspheres (right). The system is essential to the new pseudo-homogeneous catalysis technique developed at NC State University. Credit: Milad Abolhasani

 
 
 

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