Anodic Aluminium Label 2. Anodizing Of Aluminium 3.
Bright NER For Nickel Plating 4. Barrel Electroplating 5.
Blue Silvering On Glass 6. Copper Plating 7.
Bathroom Fittings 8. Chrome Plating 9.
Corrugated Galvanised Iron Sheet 10. Electroplating Of Gold 11.
Electroplating Of Silver And Gold 12. Electroplating Of Various Metals 13.
Electroplating Chemical 14. Electroplating Of Zinc 15.
Electroplating Brighteners For Nickel 16. Electroless Nickel Plating On Plastics 17.
Electroless Chromium Plating 18. Gold Colour Electroplating 19.
Gold Electro Plating 20. Gold Plating On Glass 21.
Gold, Rolled Gold & Silver Plating 22. Gold Cyanide Powder 23.
Galvanising Plant 24. Glass Silvering 25.
Gold Plated Silver Jewellery & Cutlery 26. Hard Chromium & Nickel Chromium Plating 27.
Hot Dip Galvanizing 28. Holographic Metallized Polyester Film 29.
Mirror 30. Nickel Plating 31.
Nickelplating Btener 32. PCB With Garphite & Silver Coating 33.
Rainbow Colours On Metal(less)
Instrumental methods of chemical analysis. 2.
Microwave spectroscopy. 3.
Infrared spectroscopy. 4.
Ultraviolet spectroscopy. 5.
Nuclear magnetic resonance. 6.
X-ray spectroscopy. 7.
Atomic absorption spectroscopy. 8.
Emission spectroscopy. 9.
Flame photometry. 10.
Nephelometry and turbidimetry. "There are several books on chemical analysis and most of them include a great deal of introductory theory, which has been omitted from the our larger book because of space considerations.
The net result is that this book contains the real content of synthetic drugs. The purpose in A Handbook of Chemical Analysis is to meet the needs of teachers who present this subject to students who do not have the time or perhaps the inclination to pursue it in depth, but who may also require explicit coverage of basic topics.
This book, therefore, introduces material in an elementary fashion, and presents only the main fats. The point, however, is that this book does present the facts(less)
The course of biological warfare and modern use of biological weapons are difficult to track owing to the difficulty of differentiating deliberate use from natural outbreaks. However, the keen potential of biological weapons in acts of terror was shown in the mass disruption caused in the fall 2001 experience in the U.
S. with the release of anthrax through the American postal system.
Chemical weapons have been used in a handful of conflicts since their introduction to modern warfare during World War I, most recently during the Iran-Iraq War during the 1980s. Despite this limited experience, NBC warfare continues to exert(less)
Addressing chemical and biological warfare. 2.
Issues and controversies. 3.
Why countries develop chemical and biological weapons. 4.
CB warfare chronology. 5.
CB weapon systems. 6.
Defenses against CB weapons. 7.
Case studies. 8.
Organizations, associations, and government and international agencies. 9.
Print and nonprint resources. Glossary.
Index. About the author.
"The common view of chemical and biological weapons is that they are a poor man's atomic bomb, that they are vile instruments of terror that civilized nations just do not use. This naive and narrow viewpoint ignores the fact that nations owning nuclear weapons have also developed chemical and biological weapons, not content with the nuclear weapons' more destructive capability.
This view disregards the fact that more countries are investing in chemical and biological weapons programs than in the past despite the alleged perceptions that the world finds these weapons "immoral." Countries invest in chemical and biological warfare for very rational(less)
The two hot spots of India, Western Ghats and Eastern Himalaya are paradises of valuable genes. It is a vital resource which provides a wide range of benefits to the mankind.
Unfortunately this life supporting system is depleting at an alarming rate due to several factors of which man and his anthropogenic associates are playing the key role. A number of taxa have been lost and quite a substantial number of species are facing threat to their survival in nature.
The loss of this natural heritage cannot be ignored. Realizing the importance and need of biodiversity conservation, the botany department of M.
Government College, Bhilwara has organized a two days National Conference on 'Biodiversity Conservation: Causes, Consequences and Solutions' on 28 - 29 September, 2012 with the objectives to have expert opinions and to discuss the contemporary developments on this subje(less)
Building biological databases with MySQL. 3.
Automating processes using Perl. 4.
Numerical data analysis using R. 5.
Programming for the web. Appendix: Using command line interfaces.
Index. "Modern bioinformatics encompasses a broad and ever changing range of activities involved with the management and analysis of data from molecular biology experiments.
Despite the diversity of activities and applications, the basic methodology and core tools needed to tackle bio-informatics problems is common to many projects. Building Bioinformatics Solutions provides a comprehensive introduction to this methodology, explaining how to acquire and use the most popular development tools, how to apply them to build processing pipelines, and how to make the results available through visualisations and web-based services for deployment either locally or via the internet.
The main development tools covered in this book are the MySQL database management system, the Perl programming language, and the R language for statistical computing. These industry standard(less)
The Growing Threat of Biological Weapons. 3.
Framing The Threat and Setting The Agenda of Public Perception and Policy. 4.
Biological and Chemical Terrorism: Strategic Plan for Preparedness and Response. 5.
Nuclear Biological and Chemical Terrorism: An Awareness Primer and Preparedness Guide. 6.
International Terrorism: Threat, Policy and Response. 7.
CSIS CBRN Terrorism Task Force Report. 8.
Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Weapons and Missiles: Status and Trends. 9.
Biological and Chemical Terrorism: Recognition and Management. 10.
Biological and Chemical Terrorism: Why Biological Weapons Present The Greatest Danger. 11.
Terrorism: Background on Chemical, Biological and Toxin Weapons and Options. Bibliography.
Index. A bioterrorism attack is the deliberate release of viruses bacteria or other germs used to cause illness or death in people, animals, or plants.
These agents are typically found in nature, but it is possible that they could be changed to increase their ability to cause make them resistant to(less)
2. Cow milk Vs Buffalo milk.
3. Quality control laboratory and common laboratory operations.
4. Chemical examination of milk.
5. Rapid quality examination of milk.
6. Adulteration and detection of adulterants in milk.
7. Microbiological Analysis of Milk.
8. Analysis of minerals, enzymes and vitamins present in milk.
9. Analysis of aflatoxin M1, Heavy Metals, Veterinary drugs residues and pesticides residues in milk.
10. Dairy chemicals, detergents and sanitizers.
11. Analysis of dairy water and dairy effluent.
12. Clean milk production.
13. Organic milk -An opportunity for Indian dairying.
The present publication deals with composition of milk, milk ingredients analysis, microbiological analysis (milk, water, air, and dairy equipments), adulterants and contaminants analysis (especially heavy metals, aflatoxins, pesticides/insecticides residues, veterinary drugs residues and antibiotic residues). Although several Govt.
quality agencies have published their booklets/standards/official publications and some books are also available on dairy(less)
The book emphasizes the role of the fundamental principles of thermodynamics in the derivation of significant relationships between the various thermodynamic properties. The initial chapter provides an overview of the basic concepts and processes, and discusses the important units and dimensions involved.
The ensuing chapters, in a logical presentation, thoroughly cover the first and second laws of thermodynamics, the heat effects, the thermodynamic properties and their relations, the flow, refrigeration and liquefaction processes, and the equilibria between phases and in chemical reactions.The book is suitably illustrated with a large number of visuals.
It contains numerous solved examples in each chapter, as well as solved model question papers and a set of 360 multiple-choice questions at the end of the book, to help students develop problem-solving skills. Plentiful exercises at the end of each chapter help develop the students’ ability and confidence in the application of the underlying concepts.
About The author: Gopinath Halder Ph.D.
, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Petroleum Engineering, Indian School of Mines University, Dhanbad. A member of various professional societies such as Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE) and Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), Dr.
Halder has authored several research papers published in reputed national and international journals. His areas of research interest include Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics and Environmental Engineering.
Table Of Contents Preface Acknowledgements Introduction and Basic Concepts Law of Thermodynamics Properties of Pure Substances Heat Effects Second Law of Thermodynamics Thermodynamic Property Relations Thermodynamics to Flow Processes Refrigeration and Liquefaction Process Solution Thermodynamics: Properties Vapour–Liquid Equilibrium Additional Topics in Phase Equilibrium Chemical Reaction Equilibria Appendix A: Property Tables Appendix B: Solved Model Question Papers Appendix C: Multiple Choice Questions Bibliography Index(less)
The book covers the finer aspects of process selection, and site selection along with the project economics. It provides an overview of product pricing and presents an annual report of a chemical project for a better comprehension of the project economics.
This book would help engineers working in industry to understand intricacies of preparing a detailed techno-economic feasibility report as part of pre-project implementation activities. The book has been designed bearing in mind Indian conditions though the basic principles are universal in nature(less)
Laboratory apparatus. 3.
Measurement and purification. 5.
The analytical balance. 6.
Preparation for analysis. 7.
Preparation of rack chemicals. 8.
Qualitative inorganic analysis. 9.
Ionic analysis. 10.
Inorganic preparation. 11.
Acidimetry alkalimetry. 14.
pH and calculation. 15.
Kipp's apparatus. 16.
More inorganic gas preparation. 17.
Detection of elements. 18.
Identification of functional group. 19.
Qualitative test of organic compounds. 20.
Preparation of derivatives. 21.
Estimation and isolation. 22.
Organometallic chemistry. 23.
Haloform reactions. 26.
Miscellaneous preparation. Appendix.
Index. "Chemistry is boundless and full of experimentable surprises, which are interesting for students.
Besides, compulsory mathematical calculations and theoretical descriptions chemical world is world of lure. Today, in schools or colleges teaching of chemistry (or any other science) should not only be limited to the curriculum but the development of a scientific thinking must be encouraged, where students observe, experiment(less)
This book reviews the key factors that will help you prepare and communicate clearly, effectively, impressively and memorably(less)
2. Organoleptic test and temperature.
3. Determination of pH.
4. Clot On Boiling (COB).
5. Alcohol test.
6. Sediment test.
7. Ten-minute Resazurin test.
8. Alizarin-alcohol test.
9. Direct of microscopic count.
10. Detection of mastitis.
11. Methylene Blue Reduction Test (MBRT).
12. One-hour Resazurin reduction test for raw milk.
13. Standard operating procedures for acidity estimation and alkaline phosphatase test.
14. Determination of specific gravity of milk by lactometer and calculation of solid-not-fat of milk.
15. Detection of urea in milk.
16. Determination of fat in milk by Gerber method.
17. Determination of milk fat by electronic milk tester.
18. Detection of preservatives in milk.
19. Detection of neutralizers in milk.
20. Detection of adulterants in milk.
21. Determination of aflatoxin M1 content in milk by High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC).
22. Estimation of lead in milk by Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (AAS).
23. Standard operating procedures for testing of(less)
Now updated to reflect the latest technology and processes of the new millennium, the Eighth Edition of this classic guide provides unsurpassed coverage of every aspect of chemical engineering-from fundamental principles to chemical processes and equipment to new computer applications. Filled with over 700 detailed illustrations, the Eighth Edition of "Perry's Chemcial Engineering Handbook" features: Comprehensive tables and charts for unit conversionA greatly expanded section on physical and chemical dataNew to this edition: the latest advances in distillation, liquid-liquidextraction, reactor modeling, biological processes, biochemical andmembrane separation processes, and chemical plant safety practices with accident case histories Inside This Updated Chemical Engineering GuideConversion Factors and Mathematical Symbols - Physical and Chemical Data - Mathematics - Thermodynamics - Heat and Mass Transfer - Fluid and Particle Dynamics Reaction Kinetics - Process Control - Process Economics - Transport and Storage of Fluids - Heat Transfer Equipment - Psychrometry, Evaporative Cooling, and Solids Drying - Distillation - Gas Absorption and Gas-Liquid System Design - Liquid-Liquid Extraction Operations and Equipment - Adsorption and Ion Exchange - Gas-Solid Operations and Equipment - Liquid-Solid Operations and Equipment - Solid-Solid Operations and Equipment - Size Reduction and Size Enlargement - Handling of Bulk Solids and Packaging of Solids and Liquids - Alternative Separation Processes - And Many Other Topics(less)
The majority of bench solution are common to chemistry, biology and other laboratories. To avoid duplication, the reader is cross-referred from one section to another, for instructions on the making up of such solutions.
The book has been divided into chapters in which preparation of one particular use, or related uses are grouped together alphabetically. Where appropriate the uses of the solution are stated and cross-reference made.
The comprehensive index includes both the names and uses of the solutions covered, and a list of further references is provided(less)
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