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Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology  Connect to [Database Name]
Also known as: Kirk-Othmer Online
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Fourth edition of the Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, an authoritative source of information about chemical technology and related fields. The online edition is updated regularly to stay current with the latest developments.

First published in 1949, Kirk-Othmer is a mainstay for chemists, biochemists, and engineers at academic, industrial, and government institutions. Lawyers and consultants use Kirk-Othmer for information on the “state-of-the-art” in chemical technology for litigation or patent support. For non-specialists, Kirk-Othmer is a source of information on topics such as recycling, vitamins, antibiotics, graphite fibers, and pesticides.

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Last modified: 08/05/13