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Chemical Engineering Vocabulary: Bilingual

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Chemical Engineering Vocabulary was written for students and young professionals in chemistry, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering and economics.
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The Chemical Engineering Vocabulary was written for students and young professionals in chemistry, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering and economics, who have to do with chemical engineering in an academic or industrial setting.

All 2600 entries come with a sentence, which shows the application and, in addition, provides a piece of relevant and interesting information.

After studying these terms, the reader will have a solid vocabulary at his/her disposal, so that he/she can communicate in all areas of the process industries in a competent way and make use of the scientific and technical literature efficiently.

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Extremely helpful companion
A great study help with many up-do-date entries, don't miss this!
Zusammen mit "Verfahrenstechnik Wortschatz" ein Buch, das kein Student von Chemie, Maschinenbau und Verfahrenstechnik missen sollte, sehr zu empfehlen.
Great study book for familiarizing oneself with a huge vocabulary of technical terms.
Very helpful learning aid to effectively read technical literature.
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Maximilian Lackner

The author, Dr. Maximilian Lackner, has been a lecturing on combustion at Vienna University of Technology since 2005. He studied Technical Chemistry at the same university, where he also earned his PhD degree in 2003 and completed his habilitation in 2009. Dr. Lackner has authored over 100 publications related to combustion. He obtained a Global Executive MBA from LIMAK University in Linz, Austria, in 2008. Between 2004 and 2011 he held several senior positions in the petrochemical industry in Europe and Asia. From 2001 to 2013, he has founded four companies. Dr. Lackner is a member of the advisory board of the VDI and an advisor to the US Department of Energy.