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  • Industrial Inorganic Chemicals and Products
    An Ullmann's Encyclopedia
    6-Volume Set

    ISBN: 3-527-29567-4 Hardcover Pages: 4,600 1,700 Figures Publication: December 1998

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    Industrial Organic Chemicals
    Starting Materials and Intermediates
    8-Volume Set

    ISBN: 3-527-29645-X Hardcover Pages: 5,200 4,500 Figures Publication: July 1999

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    Description for Industrial Inorganic Chemicals and Products

    An Encyclopedia Dedicated to Inorganic Chemicals and Products from Inorganic Aluminum..........to Zirconium Compounds

    Inorganic chemicals are an essential part of today's world. Modern developments in industry, such as chips for microelectronics and superconductors, are made possible due to developments in the inorganic chemical industry.

    Examples of the industrial uses of inorganic products include:

    • Ammonia - basis of all nitrogen fertilizers
    • Sulfuric Acid - one of the most important reagents
    • Phosphorus - not limited to matches

    All of the information on inorganic chemicals and products found in Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry is brought to you in this accessible major reference work - Industrial Inorganic Chemicals and Products.

    Industrial Inorganic Chemicals and Products is an invaluable source of information for everyone interested in the industrial side of inorganic chemicals. The Ullmann's name has been associated with high quality for over 80 years. With over 130 articles and 300 contributors, Industrial Inorganic Chemicals and Products provides industry professionals and academia an in-depth, industrial perspective on manufacturing, design and operations.

    Industrial Inorganic Chemicals and Products is tailor-made for anyone interested in inorganic chemicals and materials. It bridges the gap between basic research, chemical engineering, and chemical marketing. It will become a benchmark work for many years to come.

    The more than 130 contributions reflect the importance of inorganic chemicals as finished products (e.g., fertilizers, lime and limestone), high-tech materials (e.g., glass ceramics, metallic glasses), and basic products for the organic chemical industry, such as mineral acids, oxidizing agents and halogens.

    Each article is designed with the reader in mind. It provides a clear sense of orientation and rapid access to a wealth of information. This, together with top-quality graphic material, well-designed illustrations, diagrams, formula, tables and charts, sets a new standard for inorganic chemistry reference works.

    The typical structure of an article is as follows:

    • Introduction
    • Properties
    • Chemical Reactions
    • Production
    • Legal Aspects
    • Quality and Analysis
    • Uses
    • Economic Aspects
    • Toxicology and Occupational Health
    • References

    A keyword index, an author index and a CAS-registry-number index complete the contents of this encyclopedia.

    Over 130 entries in alphabetical order, extensively cross-referenced.


    Table of Contents for Industrial Inorganic Chemicals and Products

    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

    A

    Aluminum Compounds
    Aluminum Oxide
    Ammonia
    Ammonium Compounds
    Antimony Compounds
    Arsenic Compounds

    B

    Barium Compounds
    Beryllium Compounds
    Bismuth Compounds
    Boric Oxide, Boric Acid, and Borates
    Boron Carbide, Boron Nitride, and Metal Borides
    Boron Compounds
    Bromine
    Bromine Compounds

    C

    Cadmium Compounds
    Calcium Carbide
    Calcium Chloride
    Calcium Sulfate
    Carbides
    Carbon
    Carbon Dioxide
    Carbon Disulfide
    Carbon Monoxide
    Cement and Concrete
    Cements, Chemically Resistant
    Ceramic, Colorants
    Ceramics
    Ceramics, Advanced Structural
    Ceramics, Cermaic-Metal Systems
    Ceramics, Electronic
    Cerium Compounds
    Cesium Compounds
    Chlorine
    Chlorine Oxides and Chlorine Acids
    Chlorosulfuric Acid
    Chromium Compounds
    Clays
    Coal
    Cobalt Compounds
    Construction Ceramics
    Composite Materials
    Copper Compounds
    Cyanates
    Cyano Compounds

    F

    Fertilizers
    Fluorine
    Fluorine Compounds
    Fluorosulfuric Acid

    G

    Gallium and Gallium Compounds
    Germanium and Germanium Compounds
    Glass
    Glass Ceramics
    Gold Compounds

    H

    Hafnium Compounds
    Hard Materials
    Hydrazine
    Hydrazoic Acid
    Hydrides
    Hydrochloric Acid
    Hydrogen
    Hydrogen Peroxide
    Hydrogen Sulfide
    Hydroxylamine

    I

    Inclusion Compounds
    Indium Compounds
    Inorganic Polymers
    Iodine and Iodine Compounds
    Iron Compounds

    L

    Lead Compounds
    Lime and Limestone
    Lithium Compounds

    M

    Magnesium Compounds
    Manganese Compounds
    Mercury Compounds
    Metallic Glasses
    Mica
    Molybdenum Compounds

    N

    Nickel Compounds
    Niobium Compounds
    Nitrates and Nitrides
    Nitric Acid, Nitrous Acid, and Nitrogen Oxides
    Nitrides
    Nitrogen
    Nobel Gases

    O

    Oxygen
    Ozone

    P

    Peroxo Compounds
    Phosgene
    Phosphate Fertilizers
    Phosphoric Acid and Phosphates
    Phosphorus
    Phosphorus Compounds
    Platin Group Compounds
    Plutonium Compounds
    Potassium Compounds
    Protective Gases

    R

    Refractory Ceramics
    Rhenium Compounds
    Rubidium Compounds

    S

    Selenium Compounds
    Semiconductors
    Silica
    Silicates
    Silicon
    SIlicon Carbide
    Silicon Compounds
    Silver Compounds
    Sodium Amide
    Sodium Carbonates
    Sodium Chloride
    Sodium Hydroxide
    Sodium Sulfates
    Strontium Compounds
    Sulfamic Acid
    Sulfides, Polysulfides, and Sulfanes
    Sulfites, Thiosulfates, and Dithionites
    Sulfur
    Sulfur Dioxide
    Sulfur Halides
    Sulfuric Acid and Sulfur Trioxide
    Superconductors

    T

    Tantalum Compounds
    Tellurium Compounds
    Thallium Compounds
    Thiocyanates
    Thorium Compounds
    Tin Compounds
    Titanium Compounds
    Tungsten Compounds

    V

    Vanadium Compounds

    W

    Water

    Z

    Zeolites
    Zinc Compounds
    Zirconium Compounds


    Description for Industrial Organic Chemicals

    The Encyclopedia of Industrial Organic Chemicals brings together around 200 detailed and thoroughly edited articles on organic starting materials and intermediates. Based on the very latest edition of Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, the contents represent the most up-to-date source of information available.

    The 8 volumes of alphabetically arranged articles, provide coverage of the manufacturing of chemicals, the design of processes, the operation of chemical plants, and the markets of the products. Internationally respected authors, from industry and academia, and from the world's major industrialized countries provide a complete picture for each chemical.

    The typical structure of an article is as follows:

    • Introduction
    • Properties
    • Chemical Reactions
    • Production
    • Legal Aspects
    • Quality and Analysis
    • Uses
    • Economic Aspects
    • Toxicology and Occupational Health
    • References

    A keyword index, an author index and a CAS-registry-number index complete the contents of this encyclopedia.

    Top-quality illustrations, clear diagrams and charts, and the extensive use of tables enhance presentation and provide a unique level of detail.

    The encyclopedia will be an invaluable source of information for chemists, chemical engineers, patent attorneys, marketing specialists and all those involved in today's chemical industry.

    Everyone benefits from Industrial Organic Chemicals:

    • Chemists find the state-of-the-art on the most common organic chemicals.
    • Chemical Engineers benefit from the coverage of the industrial aspects of organic chemicals.
    • Process Engineers find every aspect of the manufacturing of organic chemicals.
    • Marketing Specialists can access economic data on industrial organic chemicals.
    • Patent Attorneys are given a reliable overview of the state-of-the-art.
    • Scientists are kept in touch with the licensing and approval of new processes.
    • Researchers in industry and academia can easily access the primary literature.

    Table of Contents for Industrial Organic Chemicals

    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

    A

    Acetaldehyde
    Acetic Acid
    Acetic Anhydride
    Acetone
    Acetylene
    Acridine
    Acrolein and Methacrolein
    Acrylic Acid and Derivatives
    Acrylonitrile
    Adipic Acid
    Alcohols, Aliphatic
    Alcohols, Polyhydric
    Aldehydes, Aliphatic and Araliphatic
    Allyl Compounds
    Amines, Aliphatic
    Amines, Aromatic
    Amino Acids
    Aminophenols
    Aniline
    Antharacene
    Anthraquinone
    Aziridine

    B

    Benzaldehyde
    Benzene
    Benzenesulfonic Acids and their Derivatives
    Benzidine
    Benzoic Acid
    Benzoquinone
    Benzyl Alcohol
    Benzylamine
    Bromine Compounds
    Butadiene
    Butanals
    Butanediol, Butenediol and Butynediols
    Butanols
    2-Butanone
    Butenes
    Butyrolactone

    C

    Caprolactam
    Carbamates and Carbamoyl, Chlorides
    Carbazole
    Carbohydrates
    Carbonic Acid Esters
    Carboxylic Acids, Aliphatic
    Carboxylic Acids, Aromatic
    Cellulose Esters
    Cellulose Ethers
    Chlorinated Hydrocarbons
    Chloroacetaldehydes
    Chloroacetic Acids
    Chloroamines
    Chloroformic Esters
    Chlorohydrins
    Chlorophenols
    Chlorophenoxyalkanoic Acids
    Choline
    Cinnamic Acid
    Citric Acid
    Cresols and Xylenols
    Crotonaldehyde and Crotonic Acid
    Crown Ethers
    Cyanamide
    Cyanuric Acid and Cyanuric Chlorides
    Cyclododecanol, Cyclododecanone and Laurolactam
    Cyclododecatriene and -octadiene
    Cyclohexane
    Cyclohexanol and Cyclohexanone
    Cyclopentene and Cyclopentadiene

    D

    Dextran
    Dialkyl Sulfates and Alkylsulfuric Acids
    Diazo Compounds
    Dicarboxylic Acids, Aliphatic
    Dimethyl Ether
    Dioxane
    Dithiocarbamic Acid and Derivatives

    E

    Epoxides
    Esters, Organic
    Ethanol
    Ethanolamines and Propanolamines
    Ethers, Aliphatic
    Ethylbenzene
    Ethylene
    Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid
    Ethylene Glycol
    Ethylene Oxide
    2-Ethylhexanol

    F

    Fatts and Fatty Oils
    Fatty Acids
    Fatty Alcohols
    Fluorine Compounds, Organic
    Formaldehyde
    Formamides
    Formic Acid
    Furan and Derivatives

    G

    Gluconic Acid
    Glycerol
    Glyoxal
    Glyoxylic Acid
    Guanidine and Derivatives

    H

    Hexamethylene-diamine
    Hydrocarbons
    Hydroquinone
    Hydroxycarboxylic Acids, Aliphatic
    Hydroxycarboxylic Acids, Aromatic

    I

    Imidazole and Derivatives
    Indole
    Iodine and Iodine Compounds
    Isocyanates, Organic
    Isoprene

    K

    Ketenes
    Ketones

    L

    Lactic Acid
    Lactose and Derivatives
    Lecitin

    M

    Maleic and Fumaric Acid
    Malonic Acid and Derivatives
    Melamine and Guanamines
    Mercaptoacetic Acid and Derivatives
    Metallic Soaps
    Methacrylic Acid and Derivatives
    Methane
    Methanol
    Methylamines
    Methyl Tert-Butyl Ether

    N

    Napthalene and Hydronaphthalenes
    Naphthalene Derivatives
    Naphthoquinones
    Nitriles
    Nitrilotriacetic Acid
    NItro Compounds, Aliphatic
    Nitro Compounds, Aromatic

    O

    Oxalic Acid
    Oxocarboxylic Acids

    P

    Pentanols
    Peroxy Compounds, Organic
    Phenol
    Phenol Derivatives
    Phenylacetic Acid
    Phenylenediamines and Toluenediamines
    Phosphorus Compounds, Organic
    Phthalic Acid and Derivatives
    Phthtalocycanines
    Propanal
    Propanediols
    Propanols
    Propene
    Propionic Acid and Derivatives
    Propylene Oxide
    Purine Derivatives
    Pyridine and Pyridine Derivatives
    Pyrrol
    2-Pyrroloidone

    Q

    Quinoline and Isoquinoline

    R

    Resorcinol

    S

    Salicylic Acid
    Saponins
    Silicon Compounds, Organic
    Sorbic Acid
    Starch and other Polysaccharides
    Styrene
    Sulfamic Acid
    Sulfinic Acids and Derivatives
    Sulfones and Sulfoxides
    Sulfonic Acids, Aliphatic

    T

    Tar and Pitch
    Tartaric Acid
    Terephthalic Acid and Dimethylterephthalate
    Terpenes
    Tetradydrofuran
    Thiocyanates, Organic
    Thiols and Organic Sulfides
    Thiophene
    Thiourea and Thiourea Derivatives
    Toluene
    Toluidines
    Turpentine

    U

    Urea

    V

    Vinyl Esthers
    Vinyl Ethers

    W

    Waxes

    X

    Xanthates
    Xylenes
    Xylidines


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