Professor of Montpellier University delivers a lecture on ecologically safe approaches to biologically active compounds

Professor of Montpellier University delivers a lecture on ecologically safe approaches to biologically active compounds

13-17 March, 2018, professor F.Lamati, expert of Montpellier University Research Center for studying bio objects (France) delivered a lecture «Easy, easy: use mechanical force to make organometallics».

He spoke about challenges in chemical synthesis, in particular about using organic solvents, which may be toxic and seriously harm environment. Currently scientists are looking for alternative usage of organic solvents. Professor Lamati presented his approach and vision of the situation.

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