By K H Büchel
''This publication presents an up to date survey of contemporary business inorganic chemistry in a transparent and concise demeanour. construction techniques are defined in shut element, elements equivalent to the disposition of uncooked fabrics and effort intake, the industrial value of the product and technical functions in addition to ecological difficulties being discussed.''--BOOK JACKET.
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Janan Japan Africa 99 184 10 Hydrogen peroxide demand is currently increasing comparatively strongly, the production capacity having increased by 70% between 1979 and 199 1 from 882 . 1 O3 to 1492 . lo3 t/a. Further growth is expected. g. Degussa, DuPont, EKA Nobel, FMC, Kemira, Mitsubishi Gas Chemical, Oxysynthese and Solvay-Interox. 2 Sodium Perborate and Sodium Carbonate Perhydrate Sodium perborate is produced in almost all Western industrialized countries, but particularly in Europe (mainly utilized in washing powders).
The use of feed water from wells in the neighborhood of beaches is particularly favored. I . I Wuter inlet tube with porous outside wall 13 hollow fibers (initial thickness 100 prn) raw wa inlet brine outlet Fig. 3. Schematic lay-out of a RO-module. 6 kWh for freshwater for a capacity of 1 9 . lo3 m3/d). 1: Water Water supply in the Federal Republic of Germany: Statjstisches Jahrbuch der BR Deutschland. 1994. Ojentliche Wasserversorung und Ahwasserbeseiti~Sung 1991, 26/Umwelt, 131. Flinspach, D.
In the event of increased natural gas and crude oil prices, coal gasification could become more attractive, particularly in countries with cheap coal. About 80% of the World’s production of hydrogen is produced from natural gas and crude oil. The rest is mainly produced from coal or coke with, 4% being produced by water electrolysis. These proportions vary from region to region, natural gas being mainly used in the USA and Europe, whereas coal is mainly used in South Africa and India. Manufacture of Mixtures of Hydrogen, Nitrogen and Carbon Monoxide Steam-Reforming (from natural gas and naphtha) In the steam-reforming process, natural gas or naphtha are reacted in the presence of catalysts at temperatures between 700 and 830°C and pressures of up to 40 bar in an endothermic process with steam to hydrogen, carbon monoxide (and carbon dioxide): C n H Z n + z + n H 2 0--+ n C O + ( 2 n + 1)H2 The reaction mixture still contains, depending upon the reaction temperature, 7 to 9% by weight of methane.