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Engineering Chemistry by A. Pahari

Engineering Chemistry

by A. Pahari

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0977858286, Hardcover)

Engineers and scientists are required to master chemical principles because many of the problems they encounter involve chemical processes or the composition and properties of materials. This book is designed to present the fundamental concepts of chemistry as they relate to modern engineering applications. As an up-to-date reference it can be used by practicing engineers, or as a text in standard university courses in engineering chemistry, chemical engineering, and chemistry for engineers. It has been divided into sixteen chapters covering all the subjects of engineering chemistry such as inorganic, organic, synthetic, physical, applied, industrial, spectroscopic and environmental. Applications of modern chemical theory, illustrations, examples, and exercises have been included.

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