Presenting a wide scope of articles on chemical substances, properties, manufacturing, and uses; on industrial processes, unit operations in chemical engineering; and on fundamentals and scientific subjects related to the field. The Encyclopedia describes established technology along with cutting edge topics of interest in the wide field of chemical technology, whilst uniquely providing the necessary perspective and insight into pertinent aspects, rather than merely presenting information.
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This desktop resource provides quick access to the recipes of the newest, most useful reactions and transformations. It also affords an opportunity to browse the vast body of recent literature for new reactions and transformations that may be of interest. Volume 8 features more entries than Volume 7. It covers functional group transformations and carbon-carbon bond forming reactions appearing in the literature from to It presents approximately examples of published reactions for the preparation of monofunctional compounds and approximately examples of reactions that prepare difunctional compounds with various functional groups.
Chemical transformations are classified first by the reacting functional group of the starting material and then by the functional group formed. The transformation, major reagents that effect the transformation, yield percentage, and stereochemistry are all clearly shown. There are also indices for both monofunctional and difunctional compounds.
Edited by Jacqueline I. Kroschwitz and Mary Howe-Grant. Wiley: New York. This is the 14th volume of a volume encyclopedia set, 4 volumes being published each year.
Mukhtarov Russian Academy of Sciences. The book brings together over articles dealing with industrial products, natural materials, and processes in such fields as: agricultural chemicals; chemical engineering; coatings and inks; composite materials; cosmetics and pharmaceuticals; dyes; pigments and brighteners; ecology and industrial hygiene; energy conservation and technology; fats and waxes; fermentation and enzyme technology; fibers; textiles and leather; food and animal nutrition; fossil fuels and derivatives; glass; ceramics and cement; industrial organic chemicals; metals; metallurgy and metal alloys; plastics and elastomers; semiconductors and electronic materials; surfactants; detergents and emulsion technology; water supply; purification and reuse; wood; paper and industrial carbohydrates. English Choose a language for shopping. This classification presents both classical and modern Chinese medicine. Thus, a chapter addressing this type of e-mail usage would have been highly desirable. ISBN X.
The Fourth Edition is similar in format to the earlier editions with updates to the entries as necessary and the addition of several new subjects. This volume contains 39 entries ranging from Imaging Technology to Lanthanides. This volume does not contain an index; however, paperback indexes are published every four volumes, and the supplement and index volumes are scheduled for publication in Vibrational Spectra and Structure: Vol. Edited by G.
Zhizhin and E. Mukhtarov Russian Academy of Sciences. Elsevier: Amsterdam. The current volume is a single-topic volume on the optical spectra and lattice dynamics of molecular crystals.
The book is divided into two parts. Part I covers both the theoretical and experimental investigations of organic crystals. Part II deals with the investigation of the structure, phase transitions, and reorientational motion of molecules in organic crystals. In addition, appendices are given which provide the parameters for the calculation of the lattice dynamics of molecular crystals, procedures for the calculation of frequency eigenvectors of utilizing computers, and the frequencies and eigenvectors of lattice modes for several organic crystals.
A large amount of Russian literature is cited, some of which has not previously been available to scientists in the West. Russey, and Gail Schulz. VCH: NewYork. Divided into 36 volumes, the encyclopedia consists of an Alphabetically Ordered Series of 28 volumes containing all articles on industrial chemicals, product groups, and production processes covering all aspects of the chemical and allied industries, together with the Basic Knowledge Series of 8 B volumes describing principles of chemical engineering, new and proven analytical methods, and the essentials of environmental protection technology.
The Internet: A Guide for Chemists. Edited by Steven M. Bachrach Northern Illinois University.
The use of the Internet is changing so rapidly that it is virtually impossible to have an up-to-date book on the subject, but this group of authors has done an outstanding job. There is an extensive use of on-line references. As a result, the reader will find information that has been updated since the publication of this book, effectively updating the book.
The fifth edition of the Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology builds upon the solid foundation of the previous editions, which have proven to be a. Written by prominent scholars from industry, academia, and research institutions, the Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology.
The first eight chapters of the book deal with the Internet in general. These chapters are highly recommended for nonchemists as well as chemists. The topics covered in these chapters include a brief history of the Internet, the use of electronic mail, gopher, the World Wide Web, Internet accessible databases, and electronic conferencing. The e-mail chapters include information on using electronic mailing lists.
The final five chapters address issues more specific to use of the Internet for the exchange of chemical information. The topics in these chapters include information about chemistry-related mailing lists, gopher sites of particular interest to chemists, chemistry specific applications of the World Wide Web, and the impact of the Internet on the chemical industry. Book ReViews J. They discuss how to access information on the Internet, and they also supply detailed information about becoming an information provider.
They give references and specific information about setting up mailing lists, conferences, and servers. They also provide very useful guidelines on setting up the services in such a way as to keep them manageable. The only possible weakness in the coverage is the assumption that most chemists will be using some form of UNIX e-mail.
While this may be a valid assumption for our more computer-oriented colleagues, it is likely that a POP mail client like Eudora is more commonly used by many chemists. Thus, a chapter addressing this type of e-mail usage would have been highly desirable.