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Chemical Process Industries


, : Chemical Process Industries. Chemical Process Industries (4th Edition): 814

This reference book for practicing chemical engineers as well as others in industry contains chapters on phosphorus, potassium, and nitrogen industries including their use in the fertilizer industry. The book also contains chapters on sulfur and sulfuric acid and agrichemical industries.

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