Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, 6th Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 3527306730
  • ISBN-13: 9783527306732
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 30080 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2003 | Published/Released June 2008
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Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Ullmann’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Symbols and Units.
Conversion Factors.
Powers of Ten.
Abbreviations.
Frequently Cited Companies (Abbreviations).
Country Codes.
Periodic Table of Elements.
1: Abrasion and Erosion.
2: Abrasives.
3: Absorption.
4: Acaricides.
5: Acetaldehyde.
6: Acetic Acid.
7: Acetic Anhydride and Mixed Fatty Acid Anhydrides.
8: Acetone.
9: Acetylene.
10: Introduction.
11: Physical Properties.
12: Chemical Properties.
13: Industrially Important Reactions.
14: Other Reactions; Derivatives.
15: Production.
16: Thermodynamic and Kinetic Aspects.
17: Partial Combustion Processes.
18: Electrothermic Processes.
19: Other Cracking Processes.
20: Safety Precautions, Transportation, and Storage.
21: General Safety Factors and Safety Measures.
22: Acetylene Storage in Cylinders.
23: Uses and Economic Aspects.
24: Use in Metal Processing.
25: Use as Raw Material in Chemical Industry.
26: Competitive Position of Acetylene as Chemical Feedstock.
27: Propyne.
28: Toxicology and Occupational Health.
29: References.
30: Acridine.
31: Acrolein and Methacrolein.
32: Acrylic Acid and Derivatives.
33: Acrylonitrile.
34: Activation Analysis.
35: Acylation and Alkylation.
36: Adhesives.
37: Introduction.
38: Adhesion Theories.
39: Definitions.
40: Raw Materials for Adhesives.
41: Classification of Adhesives.
42: Individual Adhesive Systems.
43: Adhesives That Set Without a Chemical Reaction.
44: Adhesives Setting by Chemical Reaction.
45: Bonding Techniques.
46: Testing of Adhesives.
47: Applications of Adhesives.
48: Bookbinding.
49: Adhesives for Packaging and Packaging Materials.
50: Nonwovens Hygiene Industry.
51: Hygienic Papers.
52: Gluing of Wood and Wooden Materials.
53: Footwear Adhesives.
54: Bonding of Plastics.
55: Bonding of Elastomers.
56: Bonding of Metals.
57: Adhesives for Wallcoverings.
58: Floorcovering Adhesives.
59: Building Construction Adhesives.
60: Adhesives for Bonding Textile Fabrics.
61: Flocking Adhesives.
62: Adhesives for Bonding Glass.
63: Adhesives in Automobile Manufacture.
64: Adhesives in Aircraft Construction.
65: Adhesives and Sealants in Electronics.
66: Medical Adhesives.
67: Household Adhesives.
68: Applications of Anaerobic Adhesives.
69: Economic Aspects.
70: References.
71: Adipic Acid.
72: Adsorption.
73: Introduction.
74: Adsorption Apparatus.
75: Gas-Phase Adsorption.
76: Liquid-Phase Adsorption.
77: Adsorbents.
78: Oxidic Hydrophilic Adsorbents.
79: Carbon Adsorbents.
80: Equilibrium.
81: Heat of Adsorption and Heat of Binding.
82: Single-Component Equilibria.
83: Methods of Representing Two-Component Equilibria.
84: Multicomponent Equilibria.
85: Kinetics.
86: Modeling the Isothermal Fixed-Bed Adsorber.
87: Modeling the Adiabatic Fixed-Bed Adsorber.
88: Regeneration of Adsorbents.
89: Regeneration by Temperature Swing.
90: Regeneration by Pressure Swing.
91: Regeneration by Displacement.
92: Regeneration by Extraction.
93: Reactivation of Adsorbents.
94: Adsorption Processes.
95: Gas-Phase Processes.
96: Liquid-Phase Processes.
97: References.
98: Aerogels.
99: Air.
100: Introduction: Emissions due to the Chemical Industry.
101: Greenhouse Gases.
102: Nitrogen and Sulfur Oxides.
103: Volatile Organic Compounds.
104: Emission Inventories.
105: Physics and Chemistry of the Atmosphere.
106: Chemistry of the Atmosphere.
107: Energetics of the Atmosphere.
108: Dynamics of the Atmosphere.
109: Air-Pollution Control.
110: Effects of Air Pollutants.
111: Effects on Humans.
112: General Effects.
113: Environmentally Relevant Air Pollutants.
114: Effects on Plants [78–81].
115: Laws and Technical Regulations.
116: Introduction.
117: Federal Antipollution Law.
118: Federal Statutory Antipollution Regulations Relating to Air Pollution and Plant Safety.
119: General Administrative Regulations for the Prevention of Air Pollution.
120: Technical Regulations for the Prevention of Air Pollution.
121: Air Pollution Monitoring.
122: Measurement Planning.
123: Quality Assurance.
124: Measuring Methods.
125: Pollution Measurement Networks.
126: Emission Measurements.
127: Introduction.
128: Objectives and Planning of Measurements.
129: Requirements for Measurement Techniques and Measurement Stations.
130: Requirements for Continuous Measurement and Associated Computer Systems.
131: Physical State Parameters, Reference Value Measurements, and Evaluation Computers.
132: Measurement of Gas Velocity and Flow Rate.
133: Measurement of Particles.
134: Measurement of Gaseous Inorganic Emissions.
135: Measurement of Gaseous Organic Compounds.
136: Measurement of Odor Emissions.
137: Separation and Purification.
138: Separation of Solid and Liquid Particles from Gases.
139: Waste-Gas Purification by Thermalor Catalytic Reactions.
140: Absorption.
141: Adsorption.
142: Biological Processes.
143: Flue-Gas Purification in the Incineration of Hazardous Waste.
144: Photochemical Degradation.
145: Introduction.
146: Natural and Anthropogenic Emissions.
147: Reaction Cycles in the Atmosphere.
148: Interaction with Surface Layers of Aquatic and Terrestrial Environments.
149: Measurement and Computation of Degradability.
150: References.