Chemical Manufacturing - The Process of Mixing Book

Chemical Manufacturing - The Process of Mixing Book

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Chemical Manufacturing - The Process of Mixing Book

Chemical Manufacturing - The Process of Mixing Book

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Overview

Chemical Manufacturing - The Process of Mixing Book

Product Details

Highlights the ways mixing is used in different industrial applications.
  • 66 pages
  • Grades 912

Table Of Contents:

  • Acknowledgments
  • Dedication from the Author
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Safety Procedures
  • Teacher Background
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Mixing
  • References
  • Section 1: Where Are the Raisins?
  • An Analysis of Raisin Bran (Student Activity 1)
  • Instructor Notes for Student Activity 1
  • Section 2: Understanding the Mixing Problem
  • Peas and Honey: The Importance of Mixing (Student Background 2A)
  • Working Together: The Penicillin Story in Three Acts (Student Background 2B)
  • History of the Glass Industry (Student Background 2C)
  • Overhead 2-1: Historical Illustration of Glassmaking
  • Who Solves the Problems? The Chemical Engineer! (Student Background 2D)
  • Mixing in Many Cases (Student Background 2E)
  • Overhead 2-2: Common Types of Impellers
  • Overhead 2-3: Typical Arrangement for a Mechanical Mixer
  • Section 3: Why Do Particles Segregate?
  • Overhead 3-1: Some Possible Particle Distributions in a Two-Component Solid Mixture
  • Why Do Patterns Appear? (Student Activity 3A)
  • Instructor Notes for Student Activity 3A
  • Will Grinding a Sample Improve Homogeneity? (Student Activity 3B)
  • Instructor Notes for Student Activity 3B
  • Will Other Solids Segregate? (Student Activity 3C)
  • Instructor Notes for Student Activity 3C
  • A Particle Race (Challenge Activity)
  • Instructor Notes for the Challenge Activity
  • Section 4: Where Does the Bounce Come From?
  • This Is a Chemical Industry: The Dow Story (Student Background 4A)
  • Where Does the Bounce Come From? (Student Background 4B)
  • Table of Common Polymers (Student Background 4C)
  • How Do We Know If Its Mixed Enough? (Student Activity 4)
  • Instructor Notes for Student Activity 4
  • Section 5: Design a New Polymer Toy
  • Student Research Activity
  • Instructor Notes for the Research Activity

Additional Information

SKU

RBK3000

Weight

2.0 lb

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