Green chemistry, additionally known as Sustainable chemistry, is a district of chemistry and chemical engineering centered on the planning of product and processes that minimize or eliminate the utilization and generation of venturous substances. Whereas environmental chemistry focuses on the consequences of polluting chemicals on nature, inexperienced chemistry focuses on the environmental impact of chemistry, together with reducing consumption of unrenewable resources and technological approaches for preventing pollution. Green Chemistry Prevents pollution at the molecular level and may be a philosophy that applies to any or all areas of chemistry but not one discipline of chemistry which applies innovative scientific solutions to real-world environmental issues.
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Green chemistry in day-to-day Life
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