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Outlines of Industrial Chemistry: A Text-Book for Students (Classic Reprint)
by:Frank Hall Thorp
Industrial Chemistry, which may serve as the ground work for a more extended course of lectures, if desired. The writer has endeavored to describe briefly, within the limits of one moderatesized volume, the more important industrial chemical processes, but omitting matters of detail which properly belong in the larger handbooks. Numerous references are...
Industrial Chemistry, which may serve as the ground work for a more extended course of lectures, if desired. The writer has endeavored to describe briefly, within the limits of one moderatesized volume, the more important industrial chemical processes, but omitting matters of detail which properly belong in the larger handbooks. Numerous references are made in the text to periodicals and journals, and to the standard hand-books and encyclopaedias and many special works, where details, lacking in this book, may be found. The bibliographical lists following each section are not complete, but only include those works which will usually be found in most chemical libraries; the references to the journal literature are merely those articles to which the authors attention has been drawn in the preparation of class-room exercises. The diagrams illustrating the text have, in most cases, been drawn as simply as possible, purposely showing only the essential features. In the selection and order of arrangement of the several subjects, the author has necessarily been influenced by his work in this Institute and the requirements of his own class, but it is believed that the book as a whole will be found applicable to the work in most institutions of learning where industrial chemistry is taught. The subject of Metallurgy has been entirely omitted, since there are already several excellent brief text-books dealing with it alone, and instruction in it is generally given independently of that relating to technical chemistry. Likewise the important subject of the coal-tar colors has been condensed into the briefest possible outline, because this is nearly always included in courses in organic chemistry, and there are several small manuals treating of it. Analytical processes have also been omitted as foreign to the intended scope and purpose of the book. It is assumed that st(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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