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The chemical industry in the USSR : an economic geography

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The chemical industry in the USSR : an economic geography / Matthew J. Sagers, Theodore Shabad
Sagers, Matthew J.   Shabad, Theodore.   
발행사항
Boulder: Westview, c1990
형태사항
xxvi, 590 p.: ill.; 24 cm
총서사항
(ACS professional reference book)
주기사항
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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듀이십진분류법-> 338.4/766/00947
주제명
Chemical industry -- Soviet Union

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편/권차 편제 저작자 발행년도 ISBN 청구기호 자료이용하는곳 자료상태
Matthew J. Sagers, Theodore Shabad c1990 338.476600947-S129c 보존 서고 신청후이용(보존)
CONTENTS
List of Figures = xviii
List of Tables = xix
Preface = xxv
1. Perspectives on the Soviet Chemical Industry / Matthew J. Sagers ; Theodore Shabad = 1
  Background on the Soviet Chemical Industry = 2
  The Viewpoint of This Book = 5
  The Soviet Regional Framework = 7
2. Historical Development of the Soviet Chemical Industry / Jeanine D. Braithwaite = 13
  The Chemical Industry before Khrushchev = 15
  Khrushchev's Chemicalization Drive (1958-1965) = 18
    The Legacy of World War Ⅱ = 18
    The Seven-Year Plan for Chemicalization = 19
  Developments under Brezhnev (1965-1980) = 23
  Developments Since 1980 and Prospects for the Future = 27
3. Locational Factors and Regional Trends / Matthew J. Sagers ; Theodore Shabad = 33
  General Locational Factors = 34
  Regional Trend : 1914-1950 = 36
  Regional Trends since the 1950s = 38
    The Central Region = 44
    The Urals and the Donets-Dnieper Region = 44
    The Volga Region = 44
    The Southwest Economic Region = 45
    The Baltic and Transcaucasian Republics = 46
    Siberia = 46
    Central Asia and Kazakhstan = 46
  Regional Complexes : the Center, the Volga Region, the Ukraine, and Belorussia = 47
    Center/Central Russia = 47
      Fertilizers and Raw Materials = 48
      Fibers, Plastics, Paints, and Dyes = 49
      Synthetic Rubber = 50
      Plant Protection Agents = 51
    The Volga Region = 51
      Bashkir ASSR = 53
      Tatar ASSR = 54
      Kuybyshev Oblast = 55
      Saratov Oblast = 56
      Volgograd Oblast = 57
      Astrakhan' Oblast = 57
    The Ukraine = 58
      The Donets Basin = 58
      The Khar'kov Area = 59
      The Dnieper Area = 59
      The Kiev Area = 61
      The Western Ukraine = 61
      The Black Sea Coast = 62
    Belorussia = 63
4. The Fertilizer Complex and Other Agricultural Chemicals / R. Caron Cooper ; Matthew J. Sagers = 69
  Overview of the Soviet Fertilizer Industry = 69
  Fertilizer Production Trends = 72
    Achievements in Fertilizer Nutrient Content = 73
    Regional Fertilizer Production = 77
    Production Problems in the Fertilizer Industry = 77
  Phosphatic Fertilizers = 79
    Strains in Production = 79
    Raw-Material Resources = 80
      The Apatite Deposits of the Kola Peninsula = 81
      The Karatau Deposits of Kazakhstan = 83
      Elemental Phosphorus = 87
      Other Phosphorite Deposits = 88
      Sulfur and Sulfuric Acid = 90
        Regional Production of Sulfuric Acid = 90
        Shifts in Raw-Material Sources = 92
        Native Sulfur = 93
        Gas-Based Sulfur = 96
        Minor Sources = 97
      Phosphoric Acid = 97
        Phosphoric Acid Manufacture = 97
        Soviet Phosphoric Acid Production = 98
    Simple Phosphatic Fertilizers = 100
      Phosphatic Rock = 101
      Ordinary Superphosphate = 101
        Early Production Capacities = 102
        Recent Production Capacities = 103
      Double Superphosphate = 105
      Superphosphoric Acid = 106
    Complex Phosphatci Fertilizers = 106
      Nitrogen-Phosphorus (NP) Fertilizers = 107
        Ammofos (Ammonium Phosphate) = 107
        Nitroammofos and Nitrofos = 109
        Liquid NP-Type Fertilizers = 110
      Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium (NPK) Fertilizers = 110
      Problems with Complex Fertilizer Production = 112
  Nitrogenous Fertilizers = 113
    Ammonia Synthesis = 115
      Coke-Based Production = 116
      Production Based on Other Raw Materials = 117
      Natural-Gas-Based Production = 117
      Expansion of Capacity = 118
        Expansion in European Russia and the Ukraine = 119
        Expansion in the Volga Region = 119
        Expansion in Other Regions = 120
    Ammonium Nitrate = 121
    Ammonium Sulfate = 124
    Urea and Other Concentrated Products = 124
  Potassium Fertilizers = 127
    Production Trends = 127
    Locational Trends = 128
      The Urals : Solikamsk-Berezniki = 130
      Belorussia : Soligorsk = 131
      The Western Ukraine : Stebnik and Kalush = 132
      Other Regions = 132
  Outlook and Prospects for Soviet Fertilizers = 133
  Plant Protection Agents = 135
    Locational Trends = 140
      Early Production Centers = 140
      Production Centers for Organic Products = 141
    Prospects for Plant Protection Agents = 144
5. The Chlor-Alkali Indestires / Theodore Shabad ; Matthew J. Sagers = 147
  Technology = 148
    Soda Ash = 148
      Solvay Process = 148
      Nephelite Process = 151
      Other Sources = 151
    Caustic Soda and Chlorine = 153
  Raw Materials = 155
  Major Salt Sources = 157
    Artemovsk Rock Salt Mines = 157
    Lake Baskunchak = 159
    Minor Salt Deposits = 160
  Locational Patterns = 161
    Soda Ash = 161
    Caustic-Chlorine = 164
      Expansion = 164
      Regional Centers = 165
  Issues and Prospects = 168
6. Petrochemicals / Matthew J. Sagers ; Theodore Shabad = 171
  Principal Hydrocarbons and Manufacturing Processes = 172
  Historical Development = 174
  Locational Factors and Trends = 176
    Oil Refining = 177
      Distribution of Oil Refining = 177
      Oil-Refining and Petrochemical Feedstocks = 181
    Gas Processing = 183
      Distribution of Gas Processing = 183
      Gas-Processing and Petrochemical Feedstocks = 189
    Geographical Distribution of Petrochemical Production = 191
    Joint Ventures = 191
  The Petrochemicals = 194
    Ethyl Alcohol (Ethanol) = 194
    Ethylene = 197
      Ethylene for Ethanol = 201
      Ethylene for Polyethylene = 201
      Expansion of Ethylene Production = 205
      Ethylene Feedstocks = 209
    Propylene = 212
    Aromatic Hydrocarbons = 214
      Benzene = 215
      Toluene = 218
      Xylenes = 218
    Phenol and Acetone = 220
      Phenol = 221
      Acetone = 224
    Butanol (Butyl Alcohol) = 225
    Acetylene = 226
      Calcium Carbide = 229
      Production Centers for Calcium Carbide = 230
    Methanol (Methyl Alcohol) = 231
    Acetaldehyde, Acetic Acid, and Acetic Anhydride = 234
      Acetaldehyde = 234
      Acetic Acid = 235
      Acetic Anhydride = 237
    Naphthalene, Phthalic Anhydride, and Maleic Anhydride = 237
      Naphthalene = 237
      Phthalic Anhydride = 237
      Maleic Anhydride = 238
  Prospects for the Ptrochemical Industry = 239
7. Synthetic Rubber / Theodore Shabad ; Matthew J. Sagers = 243
  Technology of Production = 248
    The Monomers = 248
      Butadiene = 248
      Isoprene = 251
      Styrene and Methylstyrene = 252
      Chloroprene = 254
      Isobytylene = 256
      Minor Monomers = 257
    The Synthetic Rubber Polymers = 257
      Stereoregular Rubbers = 258
        Polyisoprene = 258
        Polybutadiene = 259
      Styrene-Butadiene Rubbers = 259
      Buna Rubber = 262
      Polychloroprene = 262
      Butyl Rubber = 263
      Nitrile Rubber = 263
        Ethylene-Propylene Rubber = 264
        Other Special-Purpose Rubbers = 264
      Carbon Black = 264
      Tire Fabrication = 267
  Geographical Distribution = 270
    Locational Factors = 270
    Regionnal Distribution = 271
      Central European Russia = 272
        Yaroslavl' = 272
        Voronezh = 272
        Yefremov = 273
      Volga-Urals = 273
        Kazan' = 273
        Nizhnekamsk = 274
        Sterlitamak = 275
        Chaykovskiy = 275
        Togliatti = 276
        Novokuybyshevsk = 277
        Volzhskiy = 277
      Siberia = 278
        Omsk = 278
        Tobol'sk = 278
        Krasnoyarsk = 279
        Usol'ye-Angarsk = 280
      Kazakhstan (Temirtau) = 281
      Ukraine and Caucasus = 282
        Kremenchug = 282
        Gudermes = 282
        Sumgait = 283
        Yerevan = 283
  Prospects for the Industry = 284
8. Plastics and Resins / Matthew J. Sagers ; Theodore Shabad = 289
  Types of Plastics = 290
  History and Development = 291
    General Trends and Prospects = 291
    Early Development (World War Ⅰ to 1950) = 295
      Expansion during the 1930s = 296
      Effects of World War Ⅱ = 297
  The Plastics Industry after World War Ⅱ = 298
    Polyolefins = 298
    Polyethylene = 299
      Industrial-Scale Production = 300
      Expansion of Polyethylene Production = 301
      Join Ventures = 305
    Polypropylene = 306
    Polystyrene = 307
    Polyvinyl Chloride = 310
      Early Production Centers = 311
      Expansion since 1970 = 312
    Urea Resins = 314
    Cellulose Acetate = 316
    Polyvinyl Acetate = 317
  Locational Trends = 319
    Early Plastics Production Centers = 319
    European USSR = 320
    Siberia = 321
    Other Republics = 322
      The Ukraine = 323
      Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan = 325
      Transcaucasia = 326
      Baltic Republics = 326
  Plastics Fabrication and Processing = 327
9. Chemical Fibers / Theodore Shabad ; Matthew J. Sagers = 333
  History of Developments and Technology = 334
    Cellulosic Fibers = 335
      Viscose Rayon = 336
      Cuprammorium Rayon = 342
      Acetate Fibers = 342
    Noncellulosic (True Synthetic) Fibers = 344
      Polyamide Fibers = 345
        Caprolactam = 346
        Nylon = 348
      Polyester Fibers = 350
      Acrylic Fibers = 351
      Olefin (Polypropylene) Fibers = 353
      Other Synthetic Fibers = 354
  Changes in Locational Patterns = 355
    Locational Factors = 355
    Shifts in Geographical Distribution = 358
  Prospects for the Industry = 359
10. Dyes, Paints and Lacquers, and Pigments / Matthew J. Sagers ; Theodore Shabad = 363
  Synthetic Dyes = 364
    Dye Production in the USSR = 366
    Locational Trends = 368
      Effects of World War Ⅰ = 370
      Effects of World War Ⅱ = 371
  Paints and Lacquers = 372
    Constituents of Paints and Lacquers = 373
    Production in the USSR = 374
      Traditional Coatings = 376
      Progressive Coatings = 377
    Historical Development = 379
      Pre-World War Ⅱ = 379
      Post-World War Ⅱ = 380
    Locational Trends = 383
  Pigments = 385
    White Pigments = 388
      Titanium Dioxide = 388
      Zinc White = 389
      Lithopone = 390
      White Lead = 391
    Inorganic Colored Pigments = 391
11. Soviet Forign Trade in Chemicals / Jeanine D. Braithwaite = 395
  Soviet Foreign Trade Statistics = 396
  Aggregate Export Trends = 398
  Aggregate Import Trends = 403
  Soviet Trade and Development Strategy = 408
  Soviet Foreign Trade Structure = 409
  Trade Relations with the CMEA = 413
    Bilateral and Multilateral Relations = 413
    CMEA Cooperation and Compensation Deals = 416
  Trade Relations with the West = 419
    Western Factors = 419
    Soviet Factors = 421
    Compensation Deals with the West = 422
      Ammonia = 423
      Urea = 425
      Methanol = 426
      Polyethylene = 427
      Other Chemicals = 427
    Joint Ventures with the West = 429
  Trends in Soviet Exports = 432
    Ammonia = 433
    Petrochemicals and Coke Chemicals = 434
    Plastics and Intermediates = 435
    Dyes and Paints and Photographic Materials = 435
    Fertilizers and Plant Protection Agents = 436
    Rubber and Rubber Products = 438
  Trends in Soviet Imports = 438
    Soda Products and Alkalies = 441
    Plastics and Intermediates = 441
    Miscellaneous and Other Chemicals = 442
    Dyes and Paints = 442
    Photographic Materials = 444
    Plant Protection Agents = 444
    Rubber and Rubber Products = 444
    Chemical Fibers = 447
  Prospects for Soviet Foreign Trade in Chemicals = 447
12. Chemical Equipment Supplies / Matthew J. Sagers ; Theodore Shabad = 453
  Trends in Soviet Chemical Machine-Building = 453
  Domestic Supplies of Chemical Equipment = 457
    Early Development = 457
    Development since World War Ⅱ = 460
    General Locational Factors and Trends = 464
  Imported Chemical Equipment = 465
    Overall Volumes and Trade Patterns = 465
    Equipment Supplies from the CMEA Countries = 470
    Western Supplies of Chemical Equipment = 472
      Fertilizers = 473
      Fibers and Plastics = 481
      Rubber and Rubber Products = 488
      Petrochemicals = 488
      Chlor-Alkali Production = 490
  Prospects for the Future = 491
Index = 499

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