Fundamentals of Industrial Chemistry

Fundamentals of Industrial Chemistry

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This book discusses the connectivity between major chemicals, showing how a chemical is made along with why and some of the business considerations. The book helps smooth a studenta€™s transition to industry and assists current professionals who need to understand the larger picture of industrial chemistry principles and practices. The book: Addresses a wide scope of content, emphasizing the business and polymer / pharmaceutical / agricultural aspects of industrial chemistry Covers patenting, experimental design, and systematic optimization of experiments Written by an author with extensive industrial experience but who is now a university professor, making him uniquely positioned to present this material Has problems at the end of chapters and a separate solution manual available for adopting professors Puts chemical industry topics in context and ties together many of the principles chemistry majors learn across more specific coursesA History of Nonprescription Product Regulation. PsychologyPress, Binghamton, NY; 2003:114. 13. Jean-Francois Tremblay. Chemical and Engineering News 2006; 84(21):11. 14.Rick Mullin. Chemicaland EngineeringNews 2011; 89(20):11 .

Title:Fundamentals of Industrial Chemistry
Author: John A. Tyrell
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2014-04-28

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