||Physical and chemical properties / Allan H. Harvey -- Mathematics in chemical engineering / Sinh Trinh, Nandkishor Nere, and Doraiswami Ramkrishna -- Engineering statistics / Daniel W. Siderius -- Thermodynamics of fluid phase and chemical equilibria / Kwang-Chu Chao, David S. Corti, and Richard G. Mallinson -- Fluid flow / Ron Darby -- Heat transfer / Kenneth J. Bell -- Radiation heat transfer / Z.M. Zhang and David P. DeWitt -- Mass transfer / James R. Fair -- Industrial mixing technology / Douglas E. Leng, Sanjeev S. Katti, and Victor Atiemo-Obeng -- Liquid-liquid extraction / D. William Tedder -- Chemical reaction engineering / J.B. Joshi and L.K. Doraiswamy -- Distillation / James R. Fair -- Absorption and stripping / James R. Fair -- Adsorption / Kent S. Knaebel -- Process control / James B. Riggs, William J. Korchinski, and Arkan Kayihan -- Conceptual process design, process improvement, and troubleshooting / Donald R. Woods, Andrew N. Hrymak, and James R. Couger -- Chemical process safety / Richard W. Prugh -- Environmental engineering: a review of issues, regulations, and resources / Bradly P. Carpenter, Douglas E. Watson, and Brooks C. Carpenter -- Biochemical engineering / James M. Lee -- Measuring physical properties / Lyle F. Albright -- Selecting materials of construction (steels and other metals) / David A. Hansen -- Solid/liquid separation / Frank M. Tiller, Wenping Li, and Wu Chen -- Drying: principles and practice / Arun S. Mujumdar -- Dry screening of granular and powder materials / A.J. DeCenso and Nash McCauley -- Conveying of bulk solids / Fred Thomson -- Principles and applications of electrochemical engineering / Peter N. Pintauro -- Patents and intellectual property / M. Henry Heines -- Communication / F.S. Oreovicz -- Ethical concerns of engineers / Lyle F. Albright -- Appendix: Conversion factors. Surveying every facet of the chemical engineering field, 'Albright's Chemical Engineering Handbook' serves the needs of practicing professional chemical engineers as well as students preparing to enter the field.