The Aqueous Cleaning Handbook: A Guide to Critical-Cleaning Procedures, Techniques, and Validation Malcolm McLaughlin

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Published: January 1st 2007

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182 pages


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The Aqueous Cleaning Handbook: A Guide to Critical-Cleaning Procedures, Techniques, and Validation  by  Malcolm McLaughlin

The Aqueous Cleaning Handbook: A Guide to Critical-Cleaning Procedures, Techniques, and Validation by Malcolm McLaughlin
January 1st 2007 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 182 pages | ISBN: | 4.37 Mb

Since their first use in healthcare and laboratory settings, aqueous critical cleaners -- cleaners which leave no interfering residues -- have found increasing application in a wide range of industries as an environmentally benign alternative toMoreSince their first use in healthcare and laboratory settings, aqueous critical cleaners -- cleaners which leave no interfering residues -- have found increasing application in a wide range of industries as an environmentally benign alternative to ozone-depleting compounds and hazardous solvents.This book distills and presents practical information covering the history of aqueous cleaners -- what they are, how they work, and how to make best use of them in cleaning products and components in electronics, metalworking, precision manufacturing- pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and chemical processing- and many other industrial applications.It is written by a medical doctor, Alan Zisman, and Malcolm McLaughlin who earned his M.A.

in Chemistry from Columbia University. The two teamed up while working at Alconox, a New York-based firm which has been a leading supplier of aqueous cleaners for laboratory, healthcare and industrial applications for over 65 years.



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