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Chemical Synthesis by Gas-phase Discharge

Naturevolume 214pages124126 (1967) | Download Citation

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  • A Corrigendum to this article was published on 10 June 1967

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One of the themes at the Conference of the American Chemical Society, Miami Beach (April 9–13), is the role of silent electric discharges in the industrial synthesis of chemicals. Some recent developments are described in what follows.

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  1. Chemical Engineering Department, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

    • P. L. SPEDDING

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