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Guidelines based on life cycle assessment for solvent selection during the process design and evaluation of treatment alternatives

Bibliographic reference Amelio, A. ; Genduso, G. ; Vreysen, S. ; Luis Alconero, Patricia ; Van Der Bruggen, B.. Guidelines based on life cycle assessment for solvent selection during the process design and evaluation of treatment alternatives. In: Green Chemistry, Vol. 16, no.6, p. 3045-3063 (2014)
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