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- BASIC SCIENCE
- BIOTECH & GENETIC ENGINEERING
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The chemical engineering discipline includes the design, development, construction and operation of industrial processes for the production of a diverse range of products. Modern chemical engineering is also concerned with valuable new materials and techniques such as biomedical engineering and nanotechnology. The chemical engineering profession today is a key contributor to any country’s economic growth. The field is so wide and important that it finds its applications in almost all walks of life, be it food and nourishment (fertilizers, insecticides, herbicides, oils and fats), clothing and housing (synthetic fibres, plastics and polymers, plywood and hardboards, paints and varnishes, rubber), healthcare (artificial organs, drugs and pharmaceuticals), cosmetics (soaps, shampoos, perfumes), energy (oil and natural gas, synthetic fuels, solar energy, wind energy, biomass, energy from wastes, fuel cells, batteries, nuclear energy), communication (papers, pencils, printing inks, magnetic tapes and records), defence (explosives, bullet proof jackets, high performance materials) and protection of environment (catalytic converters, effluent treatment facilities), etc. Nearly all industries producing consumer goods directly or indirectly need the products of chemical industry.
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Title Fertilizer Technology I: Synthesis Table of Content About the Editors. List of Contributors. About the Series. Preface. The Impact of Land Degradation on World Food Systems and Potential Remedial Actions (UNITED KINGDOM). Fertilizer, Crop Yield and Bioactive Compounds (NIGERIA). The Emphasis of Integrated Use of Organic and Inorganic Fertilizer for Agriculture Production (INDIA). Potentials and Challenges of Inorganic and Organic Fertilizers in Nutrient Management (NIGERIA). Advanced Technology of Fertilizer Uses for Crop Production (INDIA). Fertilization Models in Green House Crops (GREECE). Synthetic Fertilizers: Role and Hazards (EGYPT). Ammonia Units: Operation Processes, Catalysts, Reactors and Operation Conditions (IRAQ). In-situ Synthesis of Ammonia from Urea by Hydrolysis Process for Uses in Thermal Power Plants (INDIA, SOUTH AFRICA, MALAYSIA, BRUNEI DARIUSSALAM). Organic Fertilizers to Sustain Soil Fertility (POLAND, ITALY). Novel Process of Organic Fertilizer Production by Solid State Fermentation Using Steam Exploded Straw (CHINA). Effects of Compost and Vermicompost Teas as Organic Fertilizers (AUSTRIA, SPAIN). Sequestering Pesticide with Organic Fertilizer or Organic Amendment (FRANCE, MARTINIQUE). Possibilities for Application of Organic Fertilizers Based on Humic Acids in the Cultivation of Vegetables Crops (BULGARIA). Fertilizer Production from Biomass (NIGERIA). Hydrogels for Fertilizer Release (SINGAPORE). Comparison of Chemical Fertilizer, Fish Offal’s Fertilizer and Manure Applied to Tomato and Onion (ETHIOPIA). The Effect of Colloidal Nanoparticles on Plant Growth, Phytotoxicity and Crop Yields (UKRAINE). Explosive Fertilizers (TURKEY). Membrane Contactor Technology— An Introduction and Case Study of Fertilizer Industrial Effluent (INDIA). Environmental Issues in Fertilizer Industry (CHINA, PAKISTAN). Fertilizer and the Environment: A Perspective from Niger Delta, Nigeria (NIGERIA, ROMANIA). Advanced Fertilizers: Uses and Related Environmental Problems (EGYPT). Phosphorus as a Global Environmental, Pricing and Political Problems (POLAND). N2 O Emission, Causes and Potential Strategies for its Mitigation (PAKISTAN). Annual and Perennial Crops for Bioenergy: Soil and Environmental Issues (ITALY). Recyclable Potential of Wastes from a Chemical Fertilizer Industry at Onne, Nigeria (NIGERIA). Subject Index Page No. 694 Author's Name Shishir Sinha, KK Pant and Shailendra Bajpai, Acquisition Ed. J N Govil Publisher Studium Press LLC Year Of Publication 2015 ISBN 10 1-626990-44-1 ISBN 13 No About The Book No Binding type No Book Size(len) No Series No book size(hei) 9.7 Book size width 7.2 Edition 1st
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