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study of the environmental impact of batch organic chemicals production

G. Ogden

study of the environmental impact of batch organic chemicals production

by G. Ogden

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementG. Ogden ; supervised by G.T. Clegg.
ContributionsClegg, G.T., Chemical Engineering.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20159604M

Abstract. This handbook presents simple estimation methods for 26 important properties of organic chemicals that are of environmental concern. This book facilitates the study of problematic chemicals in such applications as chemical fate modeling, environmental assessments, priority ranking of large lists of chemicals, chemical spill modeling, chemical process design, and experimental design. The wastewater and receiving waters and sediments from a specialty chemicals manufacturing plant are extensively analyzed for organic compounds. The concentrations of anthropogenic compounds range up to about 15 ppm in the wastewater and O.2æppm in the river (receiving) water, but up to several hundred ppm in the sediments.

The global pharmaceutical market continues to grow year by year, and with it environmental concerns pertaining to not just production, but also consumer waste and disposal. The US Department of Health and Human Services reports that at least half of all Americans take a minimum of one prescription drug, with one in six taking three or more. 1. SUMMARY OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL OUTLOOK FOR THE CHEMICALS INDUSTRY The chemicals industry makes products with many beneficial uses, but they can also have negative impacts on human health and the environment. Chemicals are File Size: 1MB.

CD-ROM version of the 4th ed. of the handbook containing environmental data for over 3, organic chemicals, presented in HTML format. Arranged in alphabetical order by chemical name, this reference provides synonyms, CAS numbers, and molecular and structural formulas. Natural and manmade sources of a substance as well as its uses and various formulations appear. reservoirs and addition of a diluent is needed to transport the bitumen product through unheated transmission oil pipelines. In comparison to other commonly transported crude oils, many of the chemical and physical properties of diluted bitumen, especially those relevant to environmental impacts, are found to differ substantially from those of the other crude oils.


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