Supercritical fluids for green chemistry
Supercritical fluids are gases, such as CO2 or steam, which are compressed until they are nearly as dense as liquids. Learn how Nottingham has pioneered the use of these fluids as solvents for carrying out chemistry in a greener, more environmentally acceptable way.
Professor Sir Martyn Poliakoff
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