Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry: Electronic Release 2011

Book Details

  • Published: 14 January 2011
  • ISBN: 978-3-527-32923-6
  • Author: Wiley-VCH
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More powerful than ever, ULLMANN'S is the definitive reference work for all fields of industrial chemistry, and is certain to hold its number-one position for generations to come.

For this revised electronic edition of the Encyclopedia some 150 articles have been thoroughly revised or added since the completion of the 6th printed edition, and a number of new articles reflect recent developments. Users will find exciting new information on, among others: Adsorption, Alkali Metal Cyanides, Azine Dyes, Beryllium and Compounds, Cellulose Esters, Cobalt and Cobalt Compounds, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Enzymes in Industry, Epoxy Resins, Ethylbenzene, Indigo and Indigo Colorants, Lead, Leather, Marine Fuels, Membranes and Membrane Separation Processes, Microscopy, Molecular Dynamics Simulation, Mutagenic Agents, Nickel Compounds, Patents, Photography, Polyurethanes, Toxicology, etc.

Added to all this are the familiar advantages of the superb user interface: Browser-based application, quick installation in local area networks, quality ranking of search results, freely adjustable window, fast access to topics of interest by powerful search facilities and context display, extensive cross-referencing to other articles, plus free online access to the latest updates via Wiley OnlineLibrary.
In short, fast and reliable coverage of every area of international chemical technology.

Please note that the DVD offers a time-limited access to the Encyclopedia only. The subscription has to be renewed every year.
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