Ullmann’s Polymers and Plastics: Products and Processes
This handbook features selected articles from the 7th edition of ULLMANN’S Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, including newly written articles that have not been published in a printed edition before. True to the tradition of the ULLMANN’S Encyclopedia, polymers and plastics are addressed from an industrial perspective, including production figures, quality standards and patent protection issues where appropriate. Safety and environmental aspects which are a key concern for modern process industries are likewise considered. More content on related topics can be found in the complete edition of the ULLMANN’S Encyclopedia.
ULLMANN’S Encyclopedia is the world’s largest reference in applied chemistry, industrial chemistry, and chemical engineering. In its current edition, the Encyclopedia contains more than 30,000 pages, 15,000 tables, 25,000 figures, and innumerable literature sources and cross-references, offering a wealth of comprehensive and well-structured information on all facets of industrial chemistry. 1,100 major articles cover the following main areas:
• Analytical Techniques
• Biochemistry and Biotechnology
• Chemical Reactions
• Dyes and Pigments
• Environmental Protection and Industrial Safety
• Fat, Oil, Food and Feed, Cosmetics
• Inorganic Chemicals
• Metals and Alloys
• Organic Chemicals
• Polymers and Plastics
• Processes and Process Engineering
• Renewable Resources
• Special Topics
First published in 1914 by Professor Fritz Ullmann in Berlin, the Enzyklopädie der Technischen Chemie (as the German title read) quickly became the standard reference work in industrial chemistry. Generations of chemists have since relied on ULLMANN’S as their prime reference source. Three further German editions followed in 1928–1932, 1951–1970, and in 1972–1984. From 1985 to 1996, the 5th edition of ULLMANN’S Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry was the first edition to be published in English rather than German language. So far, two more complete English editions have been published in print; the 6th edition of 40 volumes in 2002, and the 7th edition in 2011, again comprising 40 volumes. In addition, a number of smaller topic-oriented editions have been published.
Since 1997, ULLMANN’S Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry has also been available in electronic format, first in a CD-ROM edition and, since 2000, in an enhanced online edition. Both electronic editions feature powerful search and navigation functions as well as regular content updates.
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