New York : Pub. by the Institute and for sale by D. Van Nostrand, 1933.
Book — ix, 373 p. : ill., diagrs. ; 22 cm.
Chemical engineering research, by A. D. Little.- Acids and heavy chemicals in retrospect, by Henry Howard.- Organic chemical industries of the United States have made most progress since 1908, by M. E. Putnam.- Solvents show striking advances since 1908, by F. C. Zeisberg.- Twenty-five years of progress in petroleum refining, by H. W. Sheldon.- Chemical engineering contributions to the electrochemical industries, by W. S. Landis.- Progress in the electrometallurgical industries, by F. C. Frary.- Advances in pulp and paper manufacture, 1908-1933, by G. A. Richter and W. B. VanArsdel.- Coal processing--its progress since 1908, by H. C. Portner.- Sugar industries (A). Progress in cane-sugar manufacture and refining, by G. P. Meade (B). Developments in beet-sugar processing, by R. W. Shafor.- High pressure synthesis--basis of new chemical engineering industries, by C. O. Brown.- Soap and glycerine industries advance their technology, by
(Continued) M. H. Ittner.- Chemical and engineering advances in the rubber industry, by George Oenslager.- Paints, varnishes and lacquers show many
(Continued) advances, by E. C. Holton.- Modern plastics--a new-old industry, by A. J. Weith and A. V. H. Mory.- Some phases of progress in vegetable oil production, by David Wesson.- Lime industry turns to chemical engineering, by W. D. Mount.- Glass manufacture changes from an art to a science, by J. C. Hostetter and A. E. Marshall.- Fractional distillation assumes more important role among chemical engineering operations, by e. H. Leslie and H. B. Coats.- Progress in evaporation in the United States in theory and practice, by W. L. Badger. Bibliography of articles on evaporation (p. 277-279)--Continuous mechanical separations in the chemical engineering industry, by J. V. N. Dorr.- Purification of water for sanitary and industrial uses, by S. T. Powell.- Stream pollution and waste disposal, by r. S. Weston.- A statistical survey of the chemical engineering industries, 1908-1933, by E. R. Weidlein and L. W. Bass.- Chemical engineering education, by a. H. White.