Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry
Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry contains nearly 1,000 detailed articles, 15,000 tables, and 25,000 figures. Though focused on chemical technology, significant information in many related technical and basic science areas is covered including:
|Advanced Materials||Environmental Science||Organic Chemicals|
|Analytical Methods||Food Chemistry||Pharmaceuticals|
|Biotechnology||Inorganic & Organic Chemicals||Polymers and Plastics|
|Chemical Engineering||Materials Science||Process Engineering|
|Chemical Reactions||Metals and Alloys||Renewable Resources|
The editorially reviewed encyclopedia articles describe physical and chemical properties, production, applications, economic data, toxicology, and occupational health for substances ranging from raw materials to specialty chemicals. A great deal of historical information is given. Information is extensively referenced.
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Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry , 5th Edition (37 volumes)
Lockwood Science & Engineering Reference CALL NUMBER: TP 9.U57 1985.
The Web version contains a significant number of new and revised articles compared to this older print edition.