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This book discusses the connectivity between major chemicals, showing how a chemical is made along with why and some of the business considerations. The book helps smooth a student’s transition to industry and assists current professionals who need to understand the larger picture of industrial chemistry principles and practices. The book:Addresses a wide scope of content, emphasizing the business and polymer / pharmaceutical / agricultural aspects of industrial chemistryCovers patenting, experimental design, and systematic optimization of experimentsWritten by an author with extensive industrial experience but who is now a university professor, making him uniquely positioned to present this materialHas problems at the end of chapters and a separate solution manual available for adopting professorsPuts chemical industry topics in context and ties together many of the principles chemistry majors learn across more specific courses
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Sir John Tyrell (1597–1676) was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1661 to 1676.
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