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Main Title Handbook of chemical technology and pollution control /
Author Hocking, M. B.
Publisher Academic,
Year Published 2005
OCLC Number 61217420
ISBN 0120887967; 9780120887965
Subjects Chemistry, Technical--Handbooks, manuals, etc. ; Pollution--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Internet Access
Description Access URL
The Benjamin Franklin Library Fund Home Page
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EJAM  TP155.H58 2005 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 04/21/2006
Edition 3rd ed.
Collation xxix, 799 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Previous edition: 1998. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Background and technical aspects -- Air quality measurement and effects of pollution -- Air pollution control priorities and methods -- Water quality measurement -- Raw water processing and wastewater treatment -- Natural and derived sodium and potassium salts -- Industrial bases by chemical routes -- Electrolytic sodium hydroxide, chlorine, and related commodities -- Sulfur and sulfuric acid -- Phosphorus and phosphoric acid -- Ammonia, nitric acid and their derivatives -- Aluminum and compounds -- Ore enrichment and smelting of copper -- Production of iron and steel -- Production of pulp and paper -- Fermentation and other microbiological processes -- Petroleum production and transport -- Petroleum refining -- Petrochemicals -- Condensation (step-growth) polymer theory -- Commercial polycondensation (step-growth) polymers -- Addition (chain reaction) polymer theory -- Commercial addition (vinyl-type) polymers. "Handbook of Chemical Technology and Pollution Control (Third Edition) bridges the gap that commonly exists between the subjects of industrial chemistry and environmental chemistry. It is the only current volume to take this unified approach to the subject areas. This practical book takes a balanced view of environmental problems by considering community, municipal, power generation, industrial, and transportation impact components, and describes the use of pollutant inventories as an appropriate way to attach priorities to the regulation of discharges and the selection of omission control measures." "The topics discussed have been assembled with the needs of second year to graduate college and university students and instructors in mind with the inclusion of 175 review questions. The book also addresses the requirements of practitioners, consultants, and regulators employed in the subject fields, with over 1300 references to additional information."--BOOK JACKET.