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Leal Filho, Marcus Vinícius Amaral ; Korn, Maria das Graças Andrade ; Guarieiro, Lilian Lefol Nani ;

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The growing commitment of Chemistry to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) can be expressed through Green Chemistry. This work aims to evaluate the Brazilian contribution to sustainable development through Green Chemistry, in the area of Analytical Chemistry. It was possible to verify a greater number of publications related to the theme for institutions in 8 Brazilian states, with emphasis on São Paulo and Rio Grande do Sul. It was found that all articles evaluated contributed to SDG 12 by proposing analytical methods that reduce the amount of waste generated or propose replacement of toxic reagents / solvents with similar non-harmful ones. It can be concluded that the contribution of Brazilian researchers has been significant in different areas of analytical chemistry, including sample preparation, instrumentation and separation techniques.

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O crescente compromisso da Química com os Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável (ODS) pode ser expresso através da Química Verde. O presente trabalho tem como objetivo avaliar a contribuição brasileira com o desenvolvimento sustentável através da Química Verde, na área de Química Analítica. Foi possível constatar um número maior de publicações relacionadas ao tema para instituições de 8 estados brasileiros, com destaque para São Paulo e Rio Grande do Sul. Verificou-se que todos os artigos avaliados contribuíram com o ODS 12 ao propor métodos analíticos que diminuem a quantidade de resíduos gerados ou propõem substituição de reagentes/solventes tóxicos por similares não nocivos. Pode-se concluir que a contribuição dos pesquisadores brasileiros tem sido significativa nas diferentes áreas da química analítica, entre elas preparo de amostras, instrumentação e técnicas de separação.

Palavras-chave: Sustainable Development Goals; Green Chemistry; Green Analytical Chemistry.,

Palavras-chave: Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável; Química Verde; Química Analítica Verde.,


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Leal Filho, Marcus Vinícius Amaral ; Korn, Maria das Graças Andrade ; Guarieiro, Lilian Lefol Nani ; "EVALUATION OF BRAZILIAN CONTRIBUTION TO THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS THROUGH GREEN CHEMISTRY: A SYSTEMIC REVIEW", p. 959-967 . In: Anais do VI Simpósio Internacional de Inovação e Tecnologia. São Paulo: Blucher, 2020.
ISSN 2357-7592, ISBN: 2357-7592

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