By Victor H. Agreda
Remarkable a stability among uncomplicated chemistry and chemical engineering, this updated reference discusses very important elements of acetic acid and its significant derivatives, together with chemistry, tools of education and manufacture, and synthesis, in addition to present and rising downstream technologies.;The publication presents accomplished actual estate info for compounds and their separation, together with acetic acid-water separation. Describing 5 different types of thoughts for the manufacture of acetic acid, it: examines thermophysical homes and aqueous options, with specified causes of mathematical versions and correlations; provides a serious research of estate; outlines production charges and similar monetary components; reports the functions of acetic acid and derivatives; covers the chemistry and coaching of the derivatives; elucidates contemporary themes similar to deicers, esters and new esterification applied sciences.
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