Introduction to Industrial Chemistry

  • ID: 2181437
  • Book
  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Written to help the student chemist clarify the career areas and technical problems which are to be considered when chemical reactions are carried out on a large scale. Covers the research and development of consumer products based on chemical processes. Topics covered include the chemical industry and large–scale chemical manufacturing, inorganic and fermentation processes, the conversion of petroleum into purified chemical substances, and the environmental impact of these and other processes.
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The Chemical Industry and Large–Scale Chemical.

Inorganic Processes for Study.

Products of Exercises Fermentation Processes.

Organic Chemical Processes.

Conversion of a Laboratory Process to a Pilot Plant and Then to a Plant Process.

Cost Calculations.

The Environmental Impact of a Process.

Equipment for Large–Scale Manufacturing.

Basic Background Needed for Large–Scale Operations.

Industrial Catalysis.

Careers in which an Industrial Chemistry Background is Needed.

Index.
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Howard L. White
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