By L. Bretherick, P. G. Urben, Martin John Pitt
Studies of prior versions: 'an amazing text...thoroughly advised' Loss Prevention Bulletin 'a booklet that are meant to be in each laboratory, chemical plant, emergency reaction and fireplace regulate heart, college and faculty ... I commend this publication to someone taken with chemical defense and hygiene' Chemical and Engineering information '..a ebook that each chemist must have on their shelf' New Scientist 'This ebook remains to be a necessary resource of reference for all these approximately to embark upon unknown brews and concoctions of possible blameless chemical substances' Chemistry and Industry'The indexes are very good, and there are very important cross-references among varied species and various reactions.' selection 'It can also be a truly important and speedy access into the literature at the many risky chemical compounds which have been synthesized and characterised through the twentieth century.' selection 'Bretherick' is largely approved because the reference paintings on reactive chemical risks and is vital for all these operating with chemical substances. It contains each chemical for which documented details on reactive dangers has been came upon. The textual content covers over 5000 parts and compounds and as many back of secondary entries concerning or extra compounds. considered one of its most beneficial positive factors is the broad move referencing all through either sections which hyperlinks related compounds or incidents no longer evidently similar. The 6th variation has been thoroughly up to date and revised by way of Peter Urben and includes documented info on dangers and acceptable references as much as 1999 quantity 1 is dedicated to express details at the balance of the indexed compounds, or the reactivity of combos of 2 or extra of them lower than a number of conditions. each one compound is pointed out through an UPAC-based identify, the CAS registry quantity, its empirical formulation and constitution. each one description of an incident or violent response provides connection with the unique literature. each one chemical is assessed at the foundation of similarities in constitution or reactivity, and those teams are indexed alphabetically in quantity 2. the crowd entries include a whole directory of the entire compounds in quantity 1 assigned to that staff to aid pass referral to related compounds. quantity 2 additionally comprises danger subject entries prepared alphabetically, a few with lists. Appendices contain a fireplace similar information desk for greater danger chemical compounds, indexes of registry numbers and chemical names in addition to reference abbreviations and a word list.
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