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CPC - Basic Nitrogen Compounds

Organization: CPC
Publication Date: 2 February 1973
Page Count: 626
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CONTENTS

PART ONE GENERAL CONCEPTS A CASE FOR INTEGRATION

  • I. CHARACTERISTICS OF INTEGRATION IN THE BASIC NITROGEN COMPOUNDS INDUSTRY
  • II. REVIEW OF THE STRUCTURE OF NITROGEN AND ITS COMPOUNDS

PART TWO

  • III. GENERAL
  • IV. PRODUCTION OF RAW SYNTHESIS GAS
  • V. PURIFICATION OF RAW SYNTHESIS GAS
  • VI. SYNTHESIS OF AMMONIA
  • VII. PRODUCTION LINES, ECONOMIC ASPECTS AND DEVELOPMENT TRENDS IN AMMONIA MANUFACTURE

PART THREE

  • VIII. AMMONIA AND AMMONIUM SALTS
  • IX. INORGANIC DERIVATIVES OF AMMONIA OTHER THAN AMMONIUM SALTS
  • X. AMINES AND IMINES
  • XI. NITRILES
  • XII. AMIDES, IMIDES AND LACTAMS
  • XIII. USES OF INTERMEDIATES AND By-PRODUCTS RESULTING FROM AMMONIA
  • XIV. GENERAL
  • XV. AMMONIA OXIDATION AND LOWER NITROGEN OXIDES PRODUCTION
  • XVI. PRODUCTION OF DILUTE NITRIC ACID AND HIGHER NITROGEN OXIDES FROM NITROUS GASES
  • XVII. PRODUCTION LINES, ECONOMIC ASPECTS AND DEVELOPMENT TRENDS IN THE DILUTE NITRIC ACID MANUFACTURE
  • XVIII. DILUTED NITRIC ACID AND ITS INORGANIC DERIVATIVES: CONCENTRATED NITRIC ACID (THROUGH DISTILLATION) AND NITRATES
  • XIX. NITROGEN OXIDES AND THEIR INORGANIC DERIVATIVES: CONCENTRATED NITRIC ACID (THROUGH SYNTHESIS), NITRITES AND OTHER SALTS, COVALENT COMPOUNDS
  • XX. C-, 0- AND N- NITRO COMPOUNDS
  • XXI. C-, 0- AND N- NITROSO COMPOUNDS
  • XXII. UTILIZATION OF INTERMEDIATES AND BY-PRODUCTS RESULTING FROM THE NITRIC ACID AND NITROGEN OXIDES MANUFACTURE
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