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David

Darling

INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

adhesive
aeration
alizarin
alkyd
alloy
aniline and the azo dyes
anodizing
asphalt

Bakelite
basic oxygen process
Bessemer process
bitumen
blast furnace
bleaching
bonderizing
borazon
brazing
brewing
butter

calcination
calendering
carbon fiber
cast iron
casting
cellophane
celluloid
ceramics
cermets
charcoal
chemical engineering
chemistry
chill hardening
coal
coal gas
coal tar
coke
constantan
contact process
cordite
cracking
creosote
crucible
crystallization
cupronickel
cyanamide process

dextrin
distillation
dry cleaning
duralumin
dye

elastomer
electric-arc process
electroforming
electroplating
epoxy resin
explosives
extraction

ferroalloy
fertilizer
fiber
fiberglass
firebrick
firedamp
flotation process
fluidization
forging
foundry
fractionation
Frasch process
fulminate
fusel oil

galvanizing
gasoline
gilding
glass
gunpowder

Haber process
Hall process
homogenization

industrial chemistry
ink
invar

kerosene

laminate
lead-chamber process
lime kiln
Linz-Donawitz process
liquefaction of gases
lubrication

malt
match
mordant

naphtha
natural gas
nitrocellulose
nylon

octane
open-hearth process
Ostwald process

paper
perfume
permalloy
Perspex
petrochemical
petroleum
phosphor
photochromic glass
pig iron
pitch
plastic
polymer
polystyrene
polythene
producer gas

refining
resin
rope
rubber

Sheffield plate
shellac
sherardizing
Siemens-Martin open-hearth process
sintering
slag
smelting
soaps and detergents
Solvay process
spiegeleisen
steam
steel
sulfonation

tanning
tar
tempering
thermite
tung oil

varnish
vinegar
vulcanization

water gas
wax
wrought iron