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  • New edition of pre-eminent handbook released

    For more than 70 years, if one reference has epitomized what chemical engineering is all about it’s been "Perry’s Chemical Engineers' Handbook." Now, a new edition — the first in a decade — has just come out.

    Mark Rosenzweig
    12/10/2007
  • Deflect a double whammy

    Consider new options for tackling economic and environmental concerns.

    Mark Rosenzweig
    02/04/2008
  • The Lark provides a serious lesson for the chemical industry

    The key to the long-term vitality of a chemical corporation does not lie in its business acumen, but in its ability to continue to make innovative chemicals. Editor in chief Mark Rosenzweig says executives should show more enthusiasm for this process.

    Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief
    03/10/2005
  • Chemical industry: Making the dragon go "puff"

    The global chemicals business is changing as Asian countries, particularly China, are experiencing an explosive growth in economy. What can American chemical businesses do to compete with this new giant in the industry?

    Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief
    02/18/2005
  • Readers’ Choice Awards 2005

    Want to know which suppliers of products and services your peers think are the best? Readers pick the top technology providers in more than forty categories of products and services employed at chemical plants.

    Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief
    08/11/2005
  • Take safety up a notch

    There’s still room to improve industry’s good safety performance, says Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig in his monthly column. Mechanical integrity programs generally need more attention.

    Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief
    08/25/2005
  • Mississippi plants show their grit

    As the first anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches, life remains far from normal in many areas of the Gulf Coast. Amid the destruction, though, some hard-hit chemical plants provide proof of what can be accomplished.

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor in Chief
    06/28/2006
  • Product stewardship takes a grave turn

    European Union mandates have impacted products produced and sold in the U.S., and will ultimately affect the chemical industry, according to Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig.

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor in Chief
    08/17/2006
  • Curriculum change isn’t enough

    Chemical engineering students deserve better teachers, according to Chemical Processing's Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig.

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor in Chief
    09/11/2006
  • Security poses an inherent industry dilemma

    Industry faces the threat of draconian demands from Congress as chemical plants remain an attractive targets for terrorism attacks, according to Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief of Chemical Processing.

    Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief
    09/21/2006
  • Wireless devices may get a shake up

    Last month’s ISA Expo in Houston clearly showed how much attention wireless technology is attracting. However, concern about the reliability and life of batteries remains an issue. That’s why harvested or scavenged power is attracting interest.

    Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief
    10/31/2006
  • NeSSI’s success should be a lock

    The New Sampling/Sensor Initiative or NeSSI that replaces tubing, fittings and other hardware in a sampling system with miniature modular components makes sense. Enhancements now in the works should assure its success.

    Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief
    11/29/2006
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