2014, XXXI, 677 p. 421 illus., 168 illus. in color.
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This book provides state-of-the-art concepts for producing, converting and using methanol as a source of energy and chemicals for the future
Written by a careful selection of experts it gives an unbiased and issue-related view
A must for chemists and engineers in chemical and petrochemical industry as well as engineers in the power generating industry
This compendium offers a visionary yet unbiased view of modern methanol technology. Based on the groundbreaking 1986 publication Methanol by Friedrich Asinger, this book includes contributions by more than 40 experts from industry and academia. The authors and editors provide a comprehensive exposition of methanol chemistry and technology which is useful for a wide variety of scientists working in chemistry and energy related industries. In addition, this book is of interest to academic researchers, decision-makers and organisations concerned with the future of chemical and energy feedstocks.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Alternative Fuel - Energy - Friedrich Asinger - Hydrogen Production - Methanol - Petrochemistry - Raw materials