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Ullmann's encyclopedia of industrial chemistry

Author: Barbara Elvers; Giuseppe Bellussi
Publisher: Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 7th, completely rev. edView all editions and formats
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A reference work detailing the science and technology in all areas of industrial chemistry. Fully international in scope and coverage and published in the English language. It contains nearly 1000 major articles. With more than 16 million words, nearly 10,000 tables, 30,000 figures, and innumerable literature sources and cross-references, Also includes full text index, author index, CAS registry number index, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Encyclopedias
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Elvers; Giuseppe Bellussi
ISBN: 9783527329434 3527329439 9783527331055 3527331050
OCLC Number: 726822500
Description: 40 volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: V.1. Abrasion and erosion to air, 1. Emission and atmosphere --
v. 2. Air, 2. Effects of air pollutants to amines, aromatics --
v. 3. Amino acids to antiepileptics --
v. 4. Antifreezes to basic principles of chromatography --
v. 5. Batteries to biotechnology, 1. General --
v. 6. Biotechnology, 2. Metabolic engineering to carbon, 5. Active carbon --
v. 7. Carbon, carbon black to cereal products --
v. 8. Careals to chlorofomic esters --
v. 9. Chlorohydrins to concrete --
v. 10. Confectionery to cyano compounds, inorganic --
v. 11. Cyanuric acid and cyanuric chloride to dyes, general survey --
v. 12. Ecology and ecotoxicology, fundamentalsto enzymes, 4. Non-food application --
v. 13. Enzymes, 5. Enzymes in organic synthesis to explosives --
v. 14. Fat and fatty oils to filtration --
v. 15. Fire extinguishing agents to formaldehyde --
v. 16. Formamides to glass, 2. Production --
v. 17. Glass, 3. Forming to high-throughput screening --
v. 18. HIV and aids therapeutics to immunotherapy and vaccines --
v. 19. Inclusion compounds to iron, 3. Direct reduction processes --
v. 20. Iron, 4. Smelting reduction processes to leather --
v. 21. Leather imitates to luminescent materials --
v. 22. Magnesium to metals, surface treatment --
v. 23. Methacrylic acid and derivatives to natural gas --
v. 24. Nematicides to nuclear technology --
v. 25. Nucleic acids to paints and coatings, 2. Types --
v. 26. Paints and coatings, 3. Paint systems phosphorus --
v. 27. Phosphorus compounds, inorganic to plastics, additives --
v. 28. plastics, analysis to polyesters, v. 29. Polyethylene to potassium compounds --
v. 30. Powder metallurgy and sintered materials to quasicrystals --
v. 31. Quinonline and isoquinonline to rubber, 8. Synthesis by polymer modification --
v. 32. Rubber, 9. Chemicals and additives to silicones --
v. 33. Silk to sorbic acid --
v. 34. Spasmolytics to sulfones and sulfoxides --
v. 35. Sulfonic acids, aliphatic to tellurium compounds --
v. 36. Temperature measurement to thyrotherapeutic agents --
v. 37. Tin, tin alloys, and tin compounds to urea --
v. 38. Urea derivatives to wastewater --
v. 39. Water to zirconium and zirconium compounds --
v. 40. Index.
Responsibility: [editor-in chief, Barbara Elvers ; editorial advisory board, Giuseppe Bellussi and others].
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