ULLMANN’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry – 7th Edition; 40 Volume Set, in Print – August October 2011, Hardcover , ( ISBN: 978-3-527-32943-4 ) ; 29456 pages

The ULLMANN’S Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, the world’s largest reference in applied chemistry, industrial chemistry, and chemical engineering.

With 30,000 pages of content written by more than 3,000 experts from the top chemical companies and research institutes, ULLMANN’S Encyclopedia is the number one resource for any query or question concerning chemicals, processes, physical and chemical data, and much more.

Fully international in scope and coverage, the contents have been compiled under the supervision of a renowned global Editorial Advisory Board. Now containing 1,050 major articles, with more than 16 million words, nearly 15,000 tables, 25,000 figures, and innumerable literature sources and cross-references, ULLMANN’S Encyclopedia offers a wealth of comprehensive and well-structured information on all facets of industrial chemistry.

ULLMANN’S topics include:

– Agrochemicals
– Analytical Techniques
– Biochemistry & Biotechnology
– Chemical Reactions
– Dyes and Pigments
– Energy
– Environmental Protection, Industrial Safety
– Fat, Oil, Food and Feed, Cosmetics
– Inorganic Chemicals
– Materials
– Metals and Alloys
Organic Chemicals
– Pharmaceuticals
– Polymers and Plastics
– Processes & Process Engineering
– Renewable Resources
– Special Topics


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