Handbook of Industrial Chemistry: Organic Chemicals (McGraw-Hill Handbooks)

By Mohammad Farhat Ali, Bassam M. El Ali, James G. Speight

The definitive consultant for the final chemical analyses of non-petroleum established natural items resembling paints, dyes, oils, fat, and waxes.
* Chemical tables, formulation, and equations
* Covers the entire chemical procedures which make the most of natural chemical substances
* actual homes for the most typical natural chemical substances
Contents: security issues in procedure Industries * commercial toxins Prevention and Waste administration * suitable for eating Oils, fat, and Waxes * Soaps and Detergents * Sugar and different Sweeteners * Paints, Pigments, and business Coatings * Dyestuffs, completing and Dyeing of Textiles * commercial Fermentation * Pharmaceutical undefined *Agrochemicals * Chemical Explosives * Petroleum Processing and Petrochemicals *Polymers and Plastics

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Three. three warmth manufacturers ........................................ 457 12. three. four Smoke manufacturers ..................................... 457 12. four production of Explosives ...................................... 458 12. four. 1 TNT construction ........................................ 458 12. four. 2 Black Powder creation ......................... 459 12. four. three RDX and HMX creation ........................ 461 12. five Thermochemistry of Explosives ................................. 462 12. five. 1 Oxygen stability ....................................... 463 12. five. 2 warmth of Formation .................................... 464 This web page has been reformatted through Knovel to supply more uncomplicated navigation. Contents xv 12. five. three warmth of Explosion ..................................... 465 12. five. four Explosive energy and gear Index ........... 467 12. 6 protection and Environmental issues ................ 467 12. 7 category, Transportation, and garage of Explosives .................................................................. 469 12. 7. 1 Explosives class .......................... 469 12. 7. 2 Transportation of Explosives .................... 470 12. 7. three garage of Explosives ............................... 470 References ............................................................................ 471 thirteen. Petroleum and Petrochemicals ............................... 473 thirteen. 1 advent ................................................................. 473 thirteen. 2 Desalting and Dewatering .......................................... 477 thirteen. three assessment ................................................................... 478 thirteen. four Distillation ................................................................... 478 thirteen. five Cracking, Coking, Hydrocracking, and Reforming ................................................................... 481 thirteen. 6 Treating procedures .................................................... 497 thirteen. 7 Petroleum items .................................................... 499 thirteen. eight gasoline gasoline (Refinery gasoline) and Liquefied Petroleum gasoline ........................................................... 499 thirteen. nine gas ..................................................................... 499 thirteen. 10 Solvents ...................................................................... 501 thirteen. eleven Kerosene .................................................................... 502 thirteen. 12 gasoline Oil ....................................................................... 502 thirteen. thirteen Lubricating Oil ............................................................ 503 thirteen. 14 Petroleum Wax ........................................................... 504 thirteen. 15 Asphalt ........................................................................ 505 thirteen. sixteen Coke ........................................................................... 506 thirteen. 17 Petrochemicals ........................................................... 507 Bibliography .......................................................................... 509 This web page has been reformatted by means of Knovel to supply more straightforward navigation.

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