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Books about Raschig:
Continuous photodegradation of naphthalene in water catalyzed by TiO"2 supported on glass Raschig rings [An article... by M.J. Garcia-Martinez, L. Canoira, G. Blazquez and Da (Jun 1, 2005)
Ausgewählte Fabeln des Phädrus; Erklaert von F. E. Raschig by Phaedrus (Sep 13, 2013)
Ausgewahlte Fabeln Des Phadrus: Erklaert Von F. E. Raschig... (German Edition) by Phaedrus and Franz Eduard Raschig (Jan 28, 2012)
Phenol manufacture in Germany by the chlorination, sulfonation, and raschig processes, by Robert Henry Krieble (1945)
Phenol manufacture in Germany by the chlorination, sulfonation, and raschig processes [supplement] by J. A Neubauer (1947)
Studies on the "Raschig's" hydrazine synthesis, (Danske Videnskabernes Selskab, Copenhagen. Matematisk-fysiske... by ller, Max MÃ (1934)
Wiki information Raschig:
Raschig rings are pieces of tube used in large numbers as a packed bed within columns for distillations and other chemical engineering processes. They are usually ceramic or metal and provide a large surface area within the volume of the column for...
Friedrich August Raschig was a German chemist and politician. He was born in Brandenburg an der Havel. After he received his PhD in 1884 from the University of Berlin for his work with Robert Wilhelm Bunsen, he started working at the BASF company. In...