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British coal-tar industry

by Gardner, Walter Myers

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Published by Arno Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Coal-tar industry -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Walter M. Gardner.
      SeriesThe Development of science, Development of science.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTP953 .G3 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 437 p. :
      Number of Pages437
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4093460M
      ISBN 100405138458
      LC Control Number80002122

      Tiiough the coal - tar colour industry had languished, it had never actually become extinct. It may, however, be asserted that the British industry had sunk to its lowest depths about the years ; but from then onward it conmenced to recover, till in its com-petition was being increasingly felt by the. Aug 12,  · The next few chapters will look at production of tar by the early industry and at what indications there are for the profitable use of it. It is not proposed to look at the more sophisticated chemical products made after the mid-century but at the simpler mixtures which preceded them. Coal tar was known before the gas industry began to produce it.

      Munitions is another aspect not fully explored in the book. Until development of the petrochemicals industry in the s, toluene (for TNT) and benzene (for phenol and picric acid) were coal tar derivatives. The British dye industry succeeded in supplying munitions needed during World War I. Coal tar, principal liquid product resulting from the carbonization of coal, i.e., the heating of coal in the absence of air, at temperatures ranging from about to 1, °C (1, to 2, °F). Many commercially important compounds are derived from coal tar. Low-temperature tars result when.

      Without any attempts at 'whitewash' this book puts the record straight. From academic chemist to industrialist to politician, Chemistry, Society and Environment: A New History of the British Chemical Industry will be of relevance to all those concerned with the social and environmental impact of the chemical industry. For many years, Germany imported coal tar from England. Britain also had the largest textile industry in the world. British dye companies continued to innovate, developing a number of important dyes.


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Be the first. Coal tar is a thick dark liquid which is a by-product of the production of coke and coal gas from coal. It has both medical and industrial uses.

It may be applied to the affected area to treat psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis (dandruff). It may be used in combination with ultraviolet light therapy.

Industrially it is a railway tie preservative and used in the surfacing of charlesrosier.comncy category: US: C (Risk not ruled out). The book before us, a collection of papers and lectures by experts, edited, by Professor Gardner, answers this question in detail, and in addition relates the history of the coal-tar industry in this country and in Germany.

The subject is of necessity highly technical, and perhaps it can hardly be expected that the book should have a popular. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The British Coal-Tar Industry: Its Origin, Development, and Decline at charlesrosier.comnd: Walter Myers Gardner.

The rise of this industry constitutes an important chapter in business, economic, and technological history because synthetic dyes - invented in - represent the first time that a scientific discovery quickly gave rise to a new industry.

British firms led the industry for the next eight years, but German firms came to dominate the industry Cited by: Abstract Dear Mr. Gardner, I am greatly interested to read the advertisement of your new book on ``The British Coal Tar Industry''.

Get this from a library. The German coal tar and benzole industries during the period [A L Deadman; G H Fuidge; British Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee,]. The British Coal-Tar Industry, Its origin, development, and decline, a collection of lectures and papers covering nearly 50 years beginning in and ending incould describe an extraordinary range of products by then derived from coal-tar, including synthetic medicines, scents, flavorings, photographic dyes, artificial fertilizers Cited by: 9.

Petroleum industry and trade of Peru and Equador, (Washington Govt. Print. Off., ), by William Walter Dobkin and United States. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. the Modern Chemical Industry, a rather standard account of the British industry published in Other Important Works Walter Gardner’s The British Coal-tar Industry brought together reprints of many papers about the British dye in-dustry, mostly po-lemical in nature but with some historical value, and thus it was the forerunner of the.

charlesrosier.com Book: History of the British gas industry. History of the British gas industry. Full Record; Other Related Research. Sep 23,  · International celebration of the coal-tar colour jubilee. Meeting at the Royal Institution. British coal-tar industry.

Edited by Walter M. Gardner, reprint Black and white image of William Henry Perkin published in book celebrating the Jubilee anniversary of Author: Ashley Augustyniak.

Part of Z-Library project. The world's largest scientific articles store. 70,+ articles for free. * The dyestuffs industry was largely based on chemicals obtained from coal tar, a black, viscous by-product of gas production from coal.

Initially regarded as a useless and filthy nuisance, coal tar turned out to offer an unimaginably rich treasure trove of chemicals. Emanuel Anthony Posselt E. (Emanuel Anthony) Posselt published prolifically on topics related to weaving and the British coal-tar industry.

2 A. Knaggs; no other books by him are known. 3 Introductory notes are in English, German, and French. Most of the book contain many pages of advertising, as is typical of trade books of the.

Mar 22,  · Dye Me a River: How a Revolutionary Textile Coloring Compound Tainted a Waterway [Excerpt] When aniline dye was synthesized from coal tar. Aug 11,  · Coal tar varnishes were rather rougher than that. In the early days of the gas industry a number of mixes for painting on wood were known as 'varnish' or 'tar varnish' or 'naphtha varnish'.

In the early days of the gas industry the British Tar Company's grades of tar sold before had included a 'pitch varnish' and 'an oil used for varnish'.

Apr 11,  · The oil industry uses cut lines in the forest like this one to search for underground resources and build infrastructure for future development. His most recent book is titled Oil’s Deep. Full text of "Coal tar dyes and intermediates" See other formats. Abstract.

In the last two or three decades much new work has appeared on the period to which has tended to confirm earlier suspicions that, while the British economy was growing fairly rapidly in absolute terms, its relative position vis-à-vis the world economy was deteriorating and that British industrial and commercial performance left much to be charlesrosier.com by: Raphael Meldola, 'The Scientific Development of the Coal-tar Colour Industry,' under 'Abstracts from English and Foreign Journals.

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