April 2013 Issue
Reactions can cause a wide variety of non-process problems.
Alternative validation method promises more protection against liabilities.
Shipments and the Chemical Activity Baromoeter rose slightly while capacity utilization slipped a bit.
You can get information completely focused on a specific area of interest.
U.S. and European efforts aim to bolster role as feedstock
Survey points up positive feelings about growth and innovation
Implementing two near-term measures saves a petrochemical plant millions
Various factors affect the choice and operation of liquid/vapor separators.
Developments in energy harvesting promise to banish battery issues.
Senior management should take six important steps.
Simple organic molecules provide fast synthesis with high enantioselectivity.
New molecule separation technique promises a more-energy-efficient option.
Switching to the fuel may make sense even for sites far from pipelines.
Readers suggest ways to get a second-hand unit to perform better
Annual salary survey results show slight improvements.
Raises are slowly making a comeback according to the 2013 Salary Survey.
The 2013 Salary Survey respondents note they are not worried about job security.
Half of the 2013 Salary Survey respondents noted that they could get laid off or fired.
Another good sign, many of the 2013 Salary Survey respondents say they are happy with their jobs.
2013 Salary Survey respondents agree that they like the challenges in their work -- it gives them great satisfaction.
Many respondents would appreciate a little recognition at work, according to the 2013 Salary Survey.
A 40-hour workweek is nearly non-existent for respondents to the 2013 Salary Survey. Many are putting in a lot of extra hours.