Encyclopedic Dictionary of Named Processes in Chemical Technology (2nd Edition) is written by Alan E. Comyns and published by CRC Press in 2000. The purpose of this dictionary is to provide concise descriptions of those processes in chemical technology which are known by special names which are not self-explanatory.
Encyclopedic Dictionary of Named Processes in Chemical Technology presents a heterogeneous collection of names- inventors, companies, institutions, places, acronyms, abbreviations, and obvious corruptions-of the chemical nomenclature. The author has tailored the entries to reflect importance and topicality. Generally, the processes in current use have the longest entries, however, he also devotes more space to some obsolete processes that hold particular technical interest or historical significance.
This reference provides concise descriptions of those chemical processes that are known by special names which are not obvious or self-explanatory. Containing 2,600 entries, this second edition includes information on the many new processes developed and commercialized, as well as new information on old processes.
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