Models for Environmental and Chemical Systems; P. Benedek. Structural Investigation of Molecules of Energetic Materials in the Gas Phase; G. Schultz, I. Hargittai. Covalent Inorganic Nonmetal Azides; I.C. Tornieporth-Oetting, T.M. Klapötke. Chemistry of a Burning Propellant Surface; T.B. Brill. Competitive Reactions of Methyl Radicals in Partial Oxidation of Methane; E. Kulcsár, et al. Clean Combustion Utilizing Fluidizedbed Boilers; K. Reményi. Aspects of Catalyzed Coal Liquefaction; S.W. Weller. Incineration of Waste Solvents Containing Chlorinated Hydrocarbons; Some Critical Remarks; Z. Adonyi, S. Kántor. Concentrations of Combustion Particulates in Outdoor and Indoor Environments; A.H. Lowrey, et al. Bulk and Surface Studies of Fly Ash Particles; C. Boni, et al. A Model Framework for Ranking of Measures to Reduce Air Pollution with a Focus on Damage Assessment; K. Aunan, et al. Index.
In this timely volume, scientists examine examine the physical, structural, and analytical chemistry of fuel combustion. Their contributions also address the issue of combustion efficiency and how air quality can be protected or improved. Supported by numerous illustrations, this volume be appreciated by researchers and students working in various areas of chemistry.
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