By Alan E. Comyns
This reference offers concise descriptions of these chemical procedures which are recognized by means of distinctive names which aren't noticeable or self-explanatory. Containing 2,600 entries, this moment version contains details at the many new methods built and commercialized, in addition to new info on previous processes.Encyclopedic Dictionary of Named procedures in Chemical know-how offers a heterogeneous number of names- inventors, businesses, associations, locations, acronyms, abbreviations, and noticeable corruptions-of the chemical nomenclature. the writer has adapted the entries to mirror value and topicality. in most cases, the methods in present use have the longest entries, besides the fact that, he additionally devotes more room to a couple out of date strategies that carry specific technical curiosity or ancient significance.The appendix is an index to product names, allowing readers to spot procedures used for making specific items.
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Used for making nitroglycerine, triethylene glycol nitrate, butanetriol trinitrate, and trimethylolethane trinitrate. Invented by M. Biazzi in Switzerland in 1935. More than 110 plants were sold, worldwide; many are still operating. Today, Biazzi SA is known also for its hydrogenation process and many other aromatic processes. See also Meissner, Gyttorp. BicarboneR A biological sewage treatment process, using bacteria contained in a fixed bed. Developed by Compagnie Général des Eaux, France, and used in the United States and Japan.
Polym. , 1986, 176, 754. BenSat [Benzene saturation] A process for removing benzene from C5 to C6 petroleum fractions by selective hydrogenation to cyclohexane. Developed by UOP, based on its *HB Unibon process, and first offered for license in 1991. , 1996, 75(11), 94. Sullivan, D. , in Handbook of Petroleum Refining Process, Meyers, R. 3. Bensmann A process for recovering lubricating oils by treatment with a strong acid, followed by fuller’s earth. Invented in 1926 by N. Bensmann in Germany.
M. Kelley, New York, 1968. Barraclough, K. , Steelmaking 1850–1900, The Institute of Metals, London, 1990, 39,127. Dennis, W. , A Hundred Years of Metallurgy, Gerald Duckworth, London, 1963, 98. Bethanising See metal surface treatment. Bethell Also known as the Full-cell process. A method for impregnating timber with a creosote preservative. The wood is first degassed under partial vacuum and then impregnated under a pressure of up to 10 atm. See also Rueping. Betterton (1) A process for removing bismuth from lead, A calcium-magnesium alloy is added to the molten lead.