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Green chemistry in organic synthesis.

1. University of Sofia, Faculty of Chemistry, 1164 Sofia, Bulgaria.  2. University of Alcalá, Faculty of Pharmacy, 28871 Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain.


The development of the concepts for "Green Chemistry" and the main principles of this field are reviewed. Examples of the application of these principles in different areas of chemistry are included. The frequently used alternative solvents (green solvents - water, PEG, perfluorinated solvents, supercritical liquids) in preparative organic chemistry are described. The present and the future developments of green chemistry in education and organic chemical technology are considered. © 2010 Bentham Science Publishers Ltd.