By Carl Schaschke
A Dictionary of Chemical Engineering is among the newest additions to the industry best Oxford Paperback Reference sequence. In over 3,400 concise and authoritative A to Z entries, it offers definitions and motives for chemical engineering phrases in components together with: fabrics, power balances, reactions, separations, sustainability, safeguard, and ethics. The dictionary additionally covers many pertinent phrases from the fields of chemistry, physics, biology, and mathematics.
Useful entry-level internet hyperlinks are indexed and frequently up-to-date on a committed significant other web site to extend the insurance of the dictionary. Comprehensively cross-referenced and complemented by way of over 60 line drawings, this glorious new quantity is the main authoritative dictionary of its sort. it truly is a necessary reference resource for college kids of chemical engineering, for execs during this box (as good as similar disciplines comparable to utilized chemistry, chemical expertise, and approach engineering), and for an individual with an curiosity within the topic.
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The chlorine and caustic soda are made by the electrolysis of salt solutions. Industrial bleach includes calcium hypochlorite, chlorine, and hydrogen peroxide, and is used as a disinfectant and in the paper and textile industries. Domestic household bleach is an aqueous solution of sodium hypochlorite, NaOCl, made from caustic soda, chlorine, and water. bleed The controlled removal of a small amount of material from a process as a *side stream that prevents an accumulation of undesired materials.
The crystals are then dried by heating to around 1,200°C to leave a fine white powder. It was invented in 1887 by Austrian chemist Karl Josef Bayer (1847–1904). 978 litres. Also used is BO representing barrels of oil and BOPD as a volumetric measure of flow as barrels of oil per day. The unit of volume originates from the volume of spent whisky barrels that were once used to hold oil in the nineteenth century. bead mill A mechanical device used for rupturing the cell walls of microorganisms to release their intracellular protein products.
It therefore allows the removal of water at a temperature below the normal boiling point of 100°C. B Babbitt metal One of a number of *alloys originally based on tin, copper, and antimony and now includes lead. It is used in bearings for motors and was invented by American inventor Isaac Babbitt (1799–1862). Babo’s law A law that states that the vapour pressure of a solution is reduced in proportion to the amount of solute that is added. It was discovered in 1847 by German chemist Lambert von Babo (1818–99).
A Dictionary of Chemical Engineering by Carl Schaschke