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1Lecture 1 IntroductionDownload
2Lecture 2 Importance of chemical industry, chemicals from materialsDownload
3Lecture 3 Bulk and commodity chemicalsDownload
4Lecture 4 Fine and speciality chemicalsDownload
5Lecture 5 : WaterDownload
6Lecture 6: HydrogenDownload
7Lecture 7: Inorganic peroxide compoundsDownload
8Lecture 8: Nitrogen compoundsDownload
9Lecture 9: Chloramine and HydroxylamineDownload
10Lecture 10: Nitric acid, Ostwald process and usesDownload
11Lecture 11 : Phosphorus and its componentsDownload
12Lecture 12 : Phosphoric acid saltsDownload
13Lecture 13 : Tetrapotassium diphosphate preparationDownload
14Lecture 14 : Hydroxy apatiteDownload
15Lecture 15 : P4S10 and phosphide preparationDownload
16Lecture 16 : Sulfur and copper (1) phosphideDownload
17Lecture 17 : Sulfur compounds and sulfur from H2S and SO2Download
18Lecture 18 : Sulfuric acid, catalyst and S2Cl2, applicationsDownload
19Lecture 19 : Sulfur dichloride, thionyl chlorideDownload
20Lecture 20 : Thiosulfates and dithioniteDownload
21Lecture 21 : Sodium hydroxyl methanesulfinate and hydrogen sulfide Download
22Lecture 22 : Halogen and halogen compoundsDownload
23Lecture 23 : Fluorine and inorganic fluoridesDownload
24Lecture 24: Hydrogen fluoride and aluminum fluorideDownload
25Lecture 25: Cryolite and other industrially important fluoride saltsDownload
26Lecture 26 : Electrochemical fluorination, sulfonyl fluoridesDownload
27Lecture 27 : Chloralkali electrolysisDownload
28Lecture 28 : Ion conduction membrane in electrolysisDownload
29Lecture 29 : Hydrochloric acid manufactureDownload
30Lecture 30 : Bromine and bromine compoundsDownload
31Lecture 31 : Hydrogen bromide and alkali bromatesDownload
32Lecture 32 : Iodine and iodine compoundsDownload
33Lecture 33 : Mineral fertilizersDownload
34Lecture 34 : Nitrogen fertilizer and UreaDownload
35Lecture 35 : Potassium fertilizerDownload
36Lecture 36 : Metals and their compounds: LithiumDownload
37Lecture 37 : Sodium and its compoundsDownload
38Lecture 38 : Potassium and its compounds.Download
39Lecture 39 : Magnesium and its compoundsDownload
40Lecture 40 : Calcium and its compoundsDownload
41Lecture 41 : Barium and its compoundsDownload
42Lecture 42 : Chromium and its compoundsDownload
43Lecture 43 : Manganese and its industrially important compoundsDownload
44Lecture 44 : Silicon and its compoundsDownload
45Lecture 45 : Organosilicon compounds, organoalkoxysilanesDownload
46Lecture 46: Organomercapto silanes and siliconesDownload
47Lecture 47: Silicone rubberDownload
48Lecture 48: Inorganic solids: glassDownload
49Lecture 49: ZeolitesDownload
50Lecture 50: Inorganic Fibres: asbestos, textile glass and optical fibresDownload
51Lecture 51 : Glass fibre production and construction materialsDownload
52Lecture 52 : Ceramics and its manufacturing processesDownload
53Lecture 53 : Specialty ceramic productsDownload
54Lecture 54 : Ferrites and porcelain enamelDownload
55Lecture 55 : Layers of enamellingDownload
56Lecture 56 : Carbon modifications: Glassy carbon, foamed carbon, carbon blackDownload
57Lecture 57 : Activated carbonDownload
58Lecture 58 : Metallic hard materials: Carbides, borides, silicidesDownload
59Lecture 59 : Fillers and inorganic pigmentsDownload
60Lecture 60 : Oxide pigments, luminescent pigments, corrosion protection pigments, magnetic pigments Download

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1Lecture 1 IntroductionPDF unavailable
2Lecture 2 Importance of chemical industry, chemicals from materialsPDF unavailable
3Lecture 3 Bulk and commodity chemicalsPDF unavailable
4Lecture 4 Fine and speciality chemicalsPDF unavailable
5Lecture 5 : WaterPDF unavailable
6Lecture 6: HydrogenPDF unavailable
7Lecture 7: Inorganic peroxide compoundsPDF unavailable
8Lecture 8: Nitrogen compoundsPDF unavailable
9Lecture 9: Chloramine and HydroxylaminePDF unavailable
10Lecture 10: Nitric acid, Ostwald process and usesPDF unavailable
11Lecture 11 : Phosphorus and its componentsPDF unavailable
12Lecture 12 : Phosphoric acid saltsPDF unavailable
13Lecture 13 : Tetrapotassium diphosphate preparationPDF unavailable
14Lecture 14 : Hydroxy apatitePDF unavailable
15Lecture 15 : P4S10 and phosphide preparationPDF unavailable
16Lecture 16 : Sulfur and copper (1) phosphidePDF unavailable
17Lecture 17 : Sulfur compounds and sulfur from H2S and SO2PDF unavailable
18Lecture 18 : Sulfuric acid, catalyst and S2Cl2, applicationsPDF unavailable
19Lecture 19 : Sulfur dichloride, thionyl chloridePDF unavailable
20Lecture 20 : Thiosulfates and dithionitePDF unavailable
21Lecture 21 : Sodium hydroxyl methanesulfinate and hydrogen sulfide PDF unavailable
22Lecture 22 : Halogen and halogen compoundsPDF unavailable
23Lecture 23 : Fluorine and inorganic fluoridesPDF unavailable
24Lecture 24: Hydrogen fluoride and aluminum fluoridePDF unavailable
25Lecture 25: Cryolite and other industrially important fluoride saltsPDF unavailable
26Lecture 26 : Electrochemical fluorination, sulfonyl fluoridesPDF unavailable
27Lecture 27 : Chloralkali electrolysisPDF unavailable
28Lecture 28 : Ion conduction membrane in electrolysisPDF unavailable
29Lecture 29 : Hydrochloric acid manufacturePDF unavailable
30Lecture 30 : Bromine and bromine compoundsPDF unavailable
31Lecture 31 : Hydrogen bromide and alkali bromatesPDF unavailable
32Lecture 32 : Iodine and iodine compoundsPDF unavailable
33Lecture 33 : Mineral fertilizersPDF unavailable
34Lecture 34 : Nitrogen fertilizer and UreaPDF unavailable
35Lecture 35 : Potassium fertilizerPDF unavailable
36Lecture 36 : Metals and their compounds: LithiumPDF unavailable
37Lecture 37 : Sodium and its compoundsPDF unavailable
38Lecture 38 : Potassium and its compounds.PDF unavailable
39Lecture 39 : Magnesium and its compoundsPDF unavailable
40Lecture 40 : Calcium and its compoundsPDF unavailable
41Lecture 41 : Barium and its compoundsPDF unavailable
42Lecture 42 : Chromium and its compoundsPDF unavailable
43Lecture 43 : Manganese and its industrially important compoundsPDF unavailable
44Lecture 44 : Silicon and its compoundsPDF unavailable
45Lecture 45 : Organosilicon compounds, organoalkoxysilanesPDF unavailable
46Lecture 46: Organomercapto silanes and siliconesPDF unavailable
47Lecture 47: Silicone rubberPDF unavailable
48Lecture 48: Inorganic solids: glassPDF unavailable
49Lecture 49: ZeolitesPDF unavailable
50Lecture 50: Inorganic Fibres: asbestos, textile glass and optical fibresPDF unavailable
51Lecture 51 : Glass fibre production and construction materialsPDF unavailable
52Lecture 52 : Ceramics and its manufacturing processesPDF unavailable
53Lecture 53 : Specialty ceramic productsPDF unavailable
54Lecture 54 : Ferrites and porcelain enamelPDF unavailable
55Lecture 55 : Layers of enamellingPDF unavailable
56Lecture 56 : Carbon modifications: Glassy carbon, foamed carbon, carbon blackPDF unavailable
57Lecture 57 : Activated carbonPDF unavailable
58Lecture 58 : Metallic hard materials: Carbides, borides, silicidesPDF unavailable
59Lecture 59 : Fillers and inorganic pigmentsPDF unavailable
60Lecture 60 : Oxide pigments, luminescent pigments, corrosion protection pigments, magnetic pigments PDF unavailable


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