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  • Author:
    Joseph Brink,George T. Austin,Randolph Norris Shreve
  • ISBN:
    0070571473
  • ISBN13:
    978-0070571471
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    McGraw-Hill; 5th edition (1984)
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    859 pages
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    Engineering
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By: Shreve, Randolph Norris, 1885-1975. Description: xiii, 859 p. : ill. ; 25 c. SBN: 0070571473. Contributor(s): Austin, George T, 1914-. Uniform titles: Chemical Process Industries Subject(s): Chemistry, Technical Chemical industry February2013DDC classification: 66. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Shreves Chemical Process. has been added to your Cart. Shreve's is an end to end summary of the major processes that occur in chemical plants. It also has some data on total feedstock used by one process.

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amp; Austin, George T. (1984). Shreve's Chemical process industries. New York : McGraw-Hill.

Shreve, Randolph Norris. amp; Austin, George T. Shreve, Randolph Norris. and Austin, George T. Shreve's Chemical process industries McGraw-Hill New York 1984. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1984, Shreve's Chemical process industries McGraw-Hill New York.

Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: Shreve's Chemical Process Industries: Fifth.

ISBN 10: 0070571473, ISBN 13: 9780070571471. Published by McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1984. Used Condition: Good Hardcover. Ask Seller a Question. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Book Company. Publication Date: 1984.

All chemical engineers, chemists, plant and facility managers, and design engineers are familiar with Shreve's Chemical Process Industries Handbook, long an industry standard. Now in a thoroughly revised and updated sixth edition, the Handbook is more essential than ever. Comprehensive and authoritative, the Handbook covers every new development in the field of chemical processing with new sections on: Environmental pollution control--with key governmental regulations on air, water, and solid-waste pollution; New cogeneration technology, including electrical production and engineering advances; The chemistry and manufacture of batteries and other energy-storage devices; New photographic and imaging products; Electroplating and other surface-treatment technologies; Biotechnology--the basics of DNA, gene splicing, and cell culturing.