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Inorganic process industries.

Kenneth A. Kobe

Inorganic process industries.

by Kenneth A. Kobe

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Published by Macmillan Co. in New York .
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    Subjects:
  • Chemical industry.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP200 .K6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination371 p.
    Number of Pages371
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6031099M
    LC Control Number48007719
    OCLC/WorldCa565885

    IC Industrial Inorganic Chemistry Introduction to Inorganic Industries and Raw Materials Nattapol LAORODPHAN 4th Floor, Chulabhorn Building. Contents (3 hours) 1. Introduction to inorganic industries involved in an “Industry”.-exppplain the process of the selected factory. Here is a book that offers coverage of mixing from fundamentals to design procedures. Coverage ranges from introductory material for those unfamiliar with the fundamental principles, to design procedures dealing with both single and multi-state mixing processes. The range of .

      The following are selected recently published books that may be relevant for chemical process industries (CPI) professionals. Dispelling Chemical Engineering Myths, 3 rd ed. (electronic book edition). By Trevor Kletz, CRC Press, , $, e-book. pg. his book is intended as a guide to the selection or design of the principal kinds of chemical process equipment by engineers in school and industry. The level of treatment assumes an elementary knowledge of unit operations and transport phenomena.

    The inor­ganic process wastes may be the effluents of chemical industries; caustic soda industry, paint industry, petroleum industry, pesti­cide industry etc. Both organic and inorganic process wastes are toxic to living organisms. The solid wastes released by different industries can be di­vided in to two different groups i.e. Inorganic synthesis, the process of synthesizing inorganic chemical compounds, is used to produce many basic inorganic chemical compounds. For example, an inorganic pigment is a natural or synthetic metallic oxide, sulfide, or other salt that is calcined during processing at °F to °F (°C to °C).


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