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Biocatalysis for Green Synthesis: Exploring the Use of Enzymes and Microorganisms as Catalysts for Organic Synthesis, Highlighting Their Advantages over Traditional Chemical Catalysts in Terms of Selectivity, Efficiency, and Environmental Impact

Author(s) Pratiksha Nandkumar Jagtap, Gokul Vyankati Sirsat, Sayali Shivkumar Nalegaonkar, Pallavi Prataprao Somwanshi, Sudarshan Jayram Shinde, Sanyogita Dattatray Mungale, Hanumant Navnath Palkar, Pooja Shivshankar Shiralkar, Priti Rambhau Suryawanshi, Nagnath Prabhakar Suryawanshi
Country India
Abstract This study explores the use of microorganisms and enzymes as catalysts for organic synthesis, highlighting the advantages of these catalysts over conventional chemical catalysts in terms of selectivity, efficiency, and environmental effect. This study explains the major advantages of biocatalysis, such as its high selectivity, mild reaction conditions, efficiency, low environmental impact, and compatibility with renewable feedstocks, by looking at several case studies and experimental results. The importance of biocatalysis in advancing environmentally friendly and sustainable manufacturing processes is emphasized.
Field Chemistry
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-03-20
Cite This Biocatalysis for Green Synthesis: Exploring the Use of Enzymes and Microorganisms as Catalysts for Organic Synthesis, Highlighting Their Advantages over Traditional Chemical Catalysts in Terms of Selectivity, Efficiency, and Environmental Impact - Pratiksha Nandkumar Jagtap, Gokul Vyankati Sirsat, Sayali Shivkumar Nalegaonkar, Pallavi Prataprao Somwanshi, Sudarshan Jayram Shinde, Sanyogita Dattatray Mungale, Hanumant Navnath Palkar, Pooja Shivshankar Shiralkar, Priti Rambhau Suryawanshi, Nagnath Prabhakar Suryawanshi - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.15356
DOI https://doi.org/10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.15356
Short DOI https://doi.org/gtn3zp

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