Ullmann’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry by Wiley–vch

Ullmann’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

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  • ISBN
    9783527329434 / 3527329439
  • Title Ullmann’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry
  • Author Wiley–vch
  • Category Reference Works
    Industrial Chemistry
  • Format
    Hardcover
  • Year 2011
  • Pages 29456
  • Publisher
    Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH
  • Imprint Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH
  • Edition
    7th
  • Language English
  • Dimensions 275mm x 375mm x 230mm

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ULLMANN'S is built from generations of expertise. Since the first edition was published almost 100 years ago, ULLMANN'S has established itself internationally as the household name for industrial chemists and chemical engineers. Held in the highest regard as a source of reliable, authoritative, and valuable information.

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ULLMANN'S is built from generations of expertise. Since the first edition was published almost 100 years ago, ULLMANN'S has established itself internationally as the household name for industrial chemists and chemical engineers. Held in the highest regard as a source of reliable, authoritative, and valuable information. Generations of chemists across the world trust the insight and inexhaustible knowledge of ULLMANN'S, in both daily reference and for continuing professional development. Now publishing in its 7th Edition. 3,000 authors from over 30 countries have contributed. 600 of the 1,050 articles have been thoroughly updated, 40 provide completely new content. Several hundred full color figures are placed throughout. With a new and modern layout, ULLMANN'S presents a wealth of information in a clear, accessible and beautifully presented format.
Key features of the new edition: * 1,050 articles (200 more than in the 6th edition), 30,000 pages, 22,000 figures, 8,000 tables, 19,000 cross-references and 85,000 index entries leave no question unanswered * New 'Further Reading' section and hundreds of new colour figures * New topics: Ionic Liquids, Biodegradable Polymers, Microreactors, Biorefineries, Good Manufacturing Practice, and many more To find out more about the new print and the online version,

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Quotes from recent reviews: “Generations of chemists and engineers have relied on the well structured and trusted information from Ullmann's Encyclopedia - and you still can...” - Word Trade “Every user in industry and academia will be enthusiastic about this comprehensive and excellently conceived reference work.” - Chemie Ingenieur Technik “The culmination of 80 years of experience and tradition, fully international in scope and presentation with articles of the highest quality. It deserves a place in every library that aspires to offer comprehensive reference material on industrial chemistry. I can recommend it without reservation.” - Angewandte Chemie “Clearly, it stands as one of the preeminent encyclopedias in the field of science and technology and should be acquired by any library that claims to offer comprehensive reference collections.” - American Reference Books Annual “An indispensable reference work for applications scientists of all persuasions. Every library should have a copy. A publication of highest quality and recommended without any reservations.” - Dyes and Pigments "Ullmann's has a number of plus features that distinguish it from competing material: its structure is the result of over 80 years of experience and tradition; it is entirely international in scope, concept, and presentation; only the very best and most authoritative reference material being presented at the highest levels of authenticity." - Chemical Business

Author Biography

Editorial Board Members for the 7th edition: Giuseppe Bellussi (Eni, I); Matthias Bohnet (TU Braunschweig, D); James Bus (Dow Chemical, USA); Karlheinz Drauz (Evonik Degussa, D); Helmut Greim (TU Munchen, D); Klaus-Peter Jackel (BASF, D); Uwe Karst (Univ. Munster, D); Axel Kleemann (D); Gerhard Kreysa (DECHEMA, D); Trevor Laird (Scientific Update, UK); Willi Meier (DECHEMA, D); Eckhard Ottow (Bayer Schering Pharma, D); Michael Roper (BASF, D); Japie Scholtz (Sasol, RSA); Kai Sundmacher (MPI Magdeburg, D); Roland Ulber (TU Kaiserslautern, D); Ulrich Wietelmann (Chemetall, D)

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