Perry's standard tables and formulas for chemical engineers

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McGraw-Hill, Mar 22, 2003 - Science - 653 pages
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There is a growing demand for a book such as the Perry's Standard Tables and Formulae for Chemical Engineers that will provide necessary information in a quick and concise manner for the various chemical properties and chemical processes of industrial operations.

Perry's Standard Tables and Formulae for Chemical Engineers will present data that can be applied to chemical processing of raw materials into useable products as well as provide information for chemical process operations and the design of the equipment. A comprehensive and authoritative source data that can be used for designing chemical processes and equipment, it will be a complementary reference source to the Handbook of Chemical Process and Design Handbook (James G. Speight, McGraw-Hill) and will present tables and formulae that are necessary for chemical engineers on a day-to-day basis.

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Contents

Acidity Ionization Constants
3
Activation Energies
9
Baume Gravity
23
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About the author (2003)

Dr. James G. Speight is the author/editor/compiler of more than twenty books and bibliographies related to fossil fuel processing and environmental issues. As a result of his work, Dr. Speight was awarded the Diploma of Honor, National Petroleum Engineering Society, for Outstanding Contributions in the Petroleum Industry in 1995; the Gold Medal of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences for Outstanding Work; the Degree of Doctor of Science from the Russian Petroleum Research Institute in St. Petersburg, Russia; and the Einstein Medal of the Russian Academy of (Natural) Sciences in recognition of Outstanding Contributions and Service in the field of Geologic Sciences.

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