Chemical Technology of the 1910s

  • Author: Frank Weinreich and ChemViews
  • Published: 07 January 2014
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
  • Source / Publisher: Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry
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Ullmann’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry
is the world’s largest and perhaps most renowned reference work in industrial chemistry.

The first edition of the Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry was published in German by Professor Fritz Ullmann in 1914. From this edition we gathered some examples of chemical technology in the 1910s.
More examples from 100 years ago can be found on the Ullmann’s Encyclopedia homepage.



State-of-the Art in 1910s
Ullmanns: Chemical Technology of the 1910s


All pictures and information taken from:

  • F. Ullmann (Ed.), Enzyklopädie der technischen Chemie, Urban & Schwarzenberg, Berlin, 1914–1923.

The current edition is:



Also see examples of chemical technology in the 1930s:

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1 Comments

Freddy SALAZAR wrote:

Primera edición de la Enciclopedia Uhlmann 1914

Agradezco de vera este interesante resumen de tan afamada Enciclopedia y los felicito por ello. Seria bueno también conocer en que fecha comenzaron las ediciones en inglés y español. !Felicitaciones! Atte. Freddy Salazar Bioquímico farmacéutico.

Sat Jan 11 01:20:47 UTC 2014

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