Industrial electrometallurgy: including electrolytic and electrothermal processes (Google eBook)

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D. Van Nostrand Co., 1919 - Electrochemistry, Industrial - 247 pages
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Page vii - An attempt will, in fact, be made to get away from the orthodox textbook manner, not only to make the treatment original, but also to appeal to the very large class of readers already possessing good textbooks, of which there are quite sufficient. The books should also be found useful by men of affairs having no special technical knowledge, but who may require from time to time to refer to technical matters in a book of moderate compass, with references to the large standard works for fuller details...
Page 249 - Fats, Waxes & Essential Oils WH SIMMONS, B.Sc. (Lond.), FIC Silica and the Silicates . . JA AUDLEY, B.Sc. (Lond.), FIC The Rare Earths and Metals EK RIDEAL, MA (Cantab.), PH.D., FIC The Iron Industry AE PRATT, B.Sc. (Lond.), Assoc. RSM The Steel Industry AE PRATT, B.Sc. (Lond.), Assoc. RSM Gas-Works Products . . . HH GRAY, B.Sc. Organic Medicinal Chemicals M. BARROWCLIFF, FIC, and FH CARR, FIC The Petroleum Industry . . DA SUTHERLAND, FIC Wood and Cellulose . . . RW SINDALL, FCS, and W. BACON, B.Sc.,...
Page 249 - PP. xxit i 371. Price, $5.00 The Alkali Industry . . . JR PARTINGTON, D.Sc. (Viet). Pp. xvi + 304, with 63 flgs. Price, $3.00 Industrial Electrometallurgy EK RIDEAL, MA (Cantab.), PH.D., FIC Pp.
Page v - GENERAL PREFACE THE rapid development of Applied Chemistry in recent years has brought about a revolution in all branches of technology. This growth has been accelerated during the war, and the British Empire has now an opportunity of increasing its industrial output by the application of this knowledge to the raw materials available in the different parts of the world. The subject in this series of handbooks will be treated from the chemical rather than the engineering standpoint. The industrial...
Page 15 - At the present time the supply of electricity in Great Britain is dealt with by some 800 undertakings. The average generating plant capacity of those undertakings which have power stations is...
Page 249 - PP. xii + 214. price, $3.00 IN THE PRESS Animal Proteids . . . . HG BENNETT, M.Sc. (Leeds). The Carbohydrates . . . S. RIDEAL, D.Sc. (Lond.), FIC, and Associates. IN PREPARATION Fats, Waxes & Essential Oils WH SIMMONS, B.Sc. (Lond.), FIC Silica and the Silicates . . JA AUDLEY, B.Sc. (Lond.), FIC The Rare Earths and Metals EK RIDEAL, MA (Cantab.), PH.D., FIC The Iron Industry .... AE PRATT, B.Sc. (Lond.), Assoc. RSM The Steel Industry . . . AE PRATT, B.Sc. (Lond.), Assoc. RSM Gas-Works Prodncts ....
Page 183 - This was the position when in 1898 Sir William Crookes in his Presidential Address to the British Association sounded a note of warning.
Page 111 - ... measure of the amount of iodide which escaped the action of the chlorate ; and, the quantity of iodide originally taken being known, the amount acted upon by the chlorate, and so the amount of the chlorate itself, becomes known. The arsenious acid is determinable with great accuracy iodometrically, and the chief advantage of the process lies in the fact that the titration is made upon the residue, and that, no collection of the distillate being necessary, the sole apparatus employed in the process...
Page 198 - The intimate mixture of these substances is introduced into a coke-lined crucible and is heated to a high temperature by the passage of an electric current introduced by means of carbon electrodes inserted in the sides of the crucible.

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