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Addressing world pollution at a molecular level

We must design products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use and generation of toxic substances

Prof. Anastas, founder of Green Chemistry Principles

Today’s pollution problem is primarily caused by man-made products and the waste generated while producing or disposing them.

ViridisChem is addressing this problem through a portfolio of web-based software tools which provide toxicity-focused chemical and process analysis to guide the scientists from all industries towards environmentally-friendly product development.

One tool offers all the chemical information

See all physical/toxicological properties, GHS scores, and regulatory concerns about any chemical with a click of a button. No need to access SDS sheets, or refer to multiple toxicity databases. We have already collected and curated the data you need from all the sources around the world, and used the QSAR-models to estimate the missing data.

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Toxicity Implications Through Visual Charts

Evaluate the toxicity of a chemical through easy-to-understand visual graphs. Scores are calculated based on the United Nation, EPA and EU-REACH Guidelines, and are normalized to show graphically. Simply put, bigger the area, more toxic the chemical is!

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Select Greener, Better Chemicals

Our powerful “multi-criteria search”, together with solvent and reagent selection modules, allows you to identify better/greener chemicals based on properties, GHS classification, or chemical category.

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Predict toxicity of new molecules

During early product design, evaluate the toxicity of new molecules, or postulate how a structural modification may affect the chemical toxicity, and be fore-warned about the potential problems before spending time and efforts studying the molecule.

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Process Analysis To Identify Improvements

Input the process information, and quickly obtain the per-step “green analysis” of a process that evaluates the process yield, waste, and toxicity; identifies which steps need to be improved; and offers better alternatives.

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