Industrial Inorganic Chemistry

Industrial Inorganic Chemistry

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Industrial Inorganic Chemistry adds to the previously published graduate level textbooks on Industrial Chemistry by Mark A. Benvenuto. It focuses specifically on inorganic processes, from the largest industrial process for the production of major inorganic chemicals and metals, down to and including smaller niche processes that have become extremely important in maintaining the current quality of life. The book provides a survey on the production of essential elements and compounds, such as sulfuric acid, calcium carbonate, fertilizers as well as numerous metals and alloys. In addition to the fundamental scientific principles each chapter includes discussions on the environmental impacts: mining of raw materials, creation of by-products, pollution, and waste generation, all of which have become key factors for the potential implementation of greener methods. The author also highlights ways in which industry has begun to make industrial inorganic processes more environmentally benign.

Examines major inorganic chemistry processes, their effect on every-day life and current efforts to improve processes or adapt 'green' chemical production.

Provides didactic links between theoretical lecture contents and current, largescale chemical processes.

Valuable for students of Inorganic Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.

Professor of Chemistry, and Department Chairman, Dr. Benvenuto teaches all levels of general chemistry, as well as: inorganic chemistry, organometallic chemistry and industrial chemistry. He continues to write pedagogical materials for general level chemistry courses.

He is currently performing research in two areas: first, the synthesis of highly multi-dentate ligands for metal complexes, water remediation, and possible use as molecular switches; second, the metallurgical analysis of copper-based artifacts.

Benvenuto is a six-time recipient of the UDM Science Teacher of the Year Award, and is one of two faculty named College Teacher of the Year for 2002-03 by the Michigan Science Teachers Association. He was awarded the American Chemical Society's Detroit Section Distinguished Service Award in 2004, and has been the section chairman for 2006 and 2007.

He has authored several books, several bookchapters, papers and electronic publications.

ISBN 9783111329635
Artikelnummer 9783111329635
Medientyp E-Book - ePUB
Auflage 2. Aufl.
Copyrightjahr 2024
Verlag Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co.KG
Umfang 211 Seiten
Sprache Englisch
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