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Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering

Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering
Author McCabe, W., Smith, J. and Harriott, P.
Language English
Subject Chemical engineering unit operations
Publisher McGraw Hill
Publication date
October 2004 (Seventh Edition)
Media type Hardback
Pages 1152
ISBN
OCLC 55800999
660/.2842 22
LC Class TP155.7 .M3 2005

Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering, first published in 1956, is one of the oldest chemical engineering textbooks still in widespread use. The current Seventh Edition, published in 2004, continues its successful tradition of being used as a textbook in university undergraduate chemical engineering courses. It is widely used in colleges and universities throughout the world, and often referred just "McCabe-Smith-Harriott" or "MSH".

Subjects covered in the book

The book starts with an introductory chapter devoted to definitions and principles. It then follows witnal chapters, each covering a principal chemical engineering unit operation. The 28 chapters are grouped into four major sections:

A more detailed table of contents is available on the Internet.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ McGraw-Hill web site page
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