This volume dealing with organic aspects is the second volume of the comprehensive reference-cum-textbook on industrial chemistry. This useful handbook is specifically intended for practicing chemical engineers, industrial chemists, research students and students undergoing graduate or postgraduate studies in chemistry. The reference textbook clarifies and explains how chemical processing transform raw materials into usable and profitable products by chemicals. Each chapter covers an important aspects of industrial chemistry with accurate and up-to-date account of each topic. Chapter 1 is devoted to fuel, petroleum and petrochemicals. Chapter 2 focuses on essential oils, perfumery chemicals and medicinal plants. Chapter 3 contains information about chemistry of various natural oils, fats and waxes. Chapter 4 is devoted to soaps and synthetic detergents. Chapter 5 familiarizes the students with various types of pesticides and insecticides. Chapter 6 focuses on paints, pigments, varnishes and lacquers. Chapter 7 is devoted to industrial carbon and char while chapter 8 is devoted, to natural resins, gum and gum resins followed by chapter 9 which focuses on starch and adhesives, which have many industrial applications. Chapter 10 deals with glue and gelatine. Chapter 11 focuses on casein and allied materials and chapter 12 discusses the industrial chemistry of wood including its various pulping operations. Cellulose, pulp and paper along with their manufacturing aspects, properties and uses are discussed in chapter 13. Chapter 14 deals with sugar and sweeteners followed by chapter 15 which focuses on intermediates, dyes and dye stuffs and all the chapters are realted to any technology.
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