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Title Non-phosgene polycarbonate from CO₂-industrialization of green chemical process / Shinsuke Fukuoka
Published New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2012


Description 1 online resource
Series Chemical engineering methods and technology
Chemical engineering methods and technology.
Contents NON-PHOSGENE POLYCARBONATE FROM CO2 ; LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGING-IN-PUBLICATION DATA ; CONTENTS ; Abstract; Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Author; Chapter 1 Introduction: Society and Chemical Industry; 1.1. Mission of Chemical Industries; 1.2. Environmental Ploblems and Chemical Industries; 1.3. Phosgene Processes: Remaining Environmental Problems; 1.3.1. Toxicity of Phosgene; 1.3.2. Phosgene as a Chemical Weapon and the Restriction; 1.3.3. Accidents by the Phosgene Leaks: Deaths or Injuries
1.3.4. A Large Quantities of Uses of Phosgene in Industries: More than Seven Million Tons per Year1.4. Global Environmental Problems and Chemical Technologies; 1.5. CO2 as a Raw Material of the Chemical Industry; 1.6. Our Endeavors and Results at Asahi Kasei; References; Chapter 2 Background of Polycarbonate; 2.1. What Is a Polycarbonate (PC)?; 2.2. Characteristic Properties of a Polycarbonate (PC); 2.3. Various Uses of a Polycarbonate (PC); 2.3.1. Optical Uses; 2.3.2. Electric and Electronic Appliances, Office Automation Appliances; 2.3.3. Sheets, Films and Packaging
2.3.4. Automobiles, other Vehicles, Industrial Machines2.3.5. Medical Uses, Safety Goods; 2.3.6. Miscellaneous Goods; 2.4. Historical Aspect of the Industrialized Process of an Aromatic Polycarbonate (PC); 2.4.1. Harbinger of Aromatic Polycarbonate: Aliphatic Polycarbonate of Carothers; 2.4.2. Dawn of Aromatic Polycarbonate: 1953 ̃About 1965; 2.4.3. Situation of the R and D of Polycarbonate in Japan and Industrialization by the Interfacial Polycondensation Phosgene Process and the Melt Transesterification Process: 1957 ̃About 1969
2.4.4. Coexistence and Co-Prosperity of the Melt Transesterification Process and the Interfacial Polycondensation Phosgene Process: ̃About Early 1970s2.4.5. Fade out of the Melt Transesterification Process: ̃1970s; 2.4.6. Prosperity of the Interfacial Polycondensation Phosgene Processes and the Line up of the Seven Main Manufacturers Using Them: 1970s ;̃ 2.4.7. Expansion of the Polycarbonate Production by the Seven Companies: 1985 ;̃ 2.4.8. Appearance of Newcomers. Industrialization of Asahi Kasei Non-Phosgene Process; 2002 ̃
2.5. Current Processes and Capacities of Polycarbonate Production2.5.1. Processes Using CO as a Starting Material; 2.5.2. Process Using CO2 as a Starting Material; References; Chapter 3 General Method for Synthesis of Polycarbonate; 3.1. Polycarbonate Synthesis Using Carbonyl Halide as a Starting Material; 3.1.1. Method Using Aqueous an Inorganic Base as a Hydrogen Chloride Scavenger; 3.1.2. Method Using Pyridine as a Hydrogen Chloride Scavenger; 3.1.3. Method Using an Inorganic Base as a Hydrogen Chloride; Scavenger in a Non-Aqueous Medium
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
Description based on print version record
Subject Polycarbonates.
Carbon dioxide -- Industrial applications
Organic compounds -- Synthesis.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Chemical & Biochemical.
Carbon dioxide -- Industrial applications.
Organic compounds -- Synthesis.
Form Electronic book
Author Fukuoka, Shinsuke
LC no. 2020677876
ISBN 9781614709985