Engineering Chemistry (A Conceptual Approach)

Engineering Chemistry (A Conceptual Approach)

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Publisher Technical Publications All Engineering Chemistry books by Technical Publications
ISBN 9789350993460
Author: M. A. Jail, A. P. Kulkarni
Number of Pages 537
Edition First Edition
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Engineering Chemistry (A Conceptual Approach) by M. A. Jail, A. P. Kulkarni
Book Summary:

The importance of Engineering Chemistry is well known in various engineering fields. Overwhelming response to our books on various subjects inspired us to write this book. The book is structured to cover the key aspects of the subject Engineering Chemistry.

The book uses plain, lucid language to explain fundamentals of this subject. The book provides logical method of explaining various complicated concepts and stepwise methods to explain the important topics. Each chapter is well supported with necessary illustrations, practical examples and solved problems. All the chapters in the book are arranged in a proper sequence that permits each topic to build upon earlier studies. All care has been taken to make students comfortable in understanding the basic concepts of the subject.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Engineering student.
Table of Contents:

1. Water Technology & Green Chemistry

2. Electro-analytical Techniques

3. Synthetic Organic Polymers

4. Fuels and Combustion

5. Chemistry of Hydrogen and Carbon

6. Corrosion Science