(EN) – International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering | ISPE

“ISPE is an international society for professionals involved in the engineering and manufacture of pharmaceuticals and related products. With 22,000 members in 90 countries, ISPE keeps industry professionals informed of the latest technological and regulatory trends in pharmaceutical engineering and pharmaceutical manufacturing. ISPE is committed to the advancement of the educational and technical efficiency of its members through exchange of ideas, best practices and practical experience.”

Source: www.ispe.org

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(EN) – Basic analytical chemistry techniques | dartmouth.edu

Basic analytical chemistry techniques, with color pictures. Almost as good as being there!

Source: www.dartmouth.edu

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(EN) – Introduction to Distillation | M.T. Tham

Distillation is defined as:

a process in which a liquid or vapour mixture of two or more substances is separated into its component fractions of desired purity, by the application and removal of heat.

Distillation is based on the fact that the vapour of a boiling mixture will be richer in the components that have lower boiling points.

Therefore, when this vapour is cooled and condensed, the condensate will contain more volatile components. At the same time, the original mixture will contain more of the less volatile material.

Distillation columns are designed to achieve this separation efficiently.

Although many people have a fair idea what “distillation” means, the important aspects that …”

Source: lorien.ncl.ac.uk

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(EN) – Drug delivery glossary of terms | drugdel.com

“Drug delivery glossary of terms (drugdel.com)”

Source: www.drugdel.com

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(EN) – Drugtext Information Center on Substance Use, Dependence, Harm Reduction, International & National Drug Policy | drugtext.org

Welcome to the Drugtext Information Center on Substance Use, Dependence, Harm Reduction, International & National Drug Policy.

We have recently acquired the former ISDD library (UK) and are in the process of digitizing the contents of this library. Soon we will also start digitizing the contents of the former NIAD (NL) and many other European and International substance use related libraries and collections.
A vast amount of full text books, articles, manuals, readers, handbooks, grey literature and reports is being added constantly so we advise visitors to regularly check the articles, books, reports and other categories.
Please check the “New” pages for recent additions…. and the press pages for press clippings
All articles, books, reports, legal texts, manuals and other documents in the drugtext library are in html format, this is done in order for search engines to be able to query inside documents where the pdf format does not support such functionality
We try and make all drugtext documents available in 3 ways; in this Content Management System, in the PDF format and as classic non cms html.”

Source: www.drugtext.org

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(EN) – Glossary of biotechnology and genetic engineering | fao.org

“Glossary of biotechnology and genetic engineering (fao.org)”

Source: www.fao.org

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(EN) – Adhesives and Sealants Glossary | specialchem4adhesives.com

SpecialChem accelerates Technology and Business Development in Chemicals and Materials.

Since the year 2000, our teams of industry experts have created the world’s largest online professional network dedicated to chemicals and materials. This network includes more than 500,000 engineers, formulators, product developers, marketers, applicators and brand owners across the globe.

Source: www.specialchem4adhesives.com

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(EN) – Basic Terminology of Stereochemistry | G. P. Moss

“The full text of the IUPAC basic terminology of stereochemistry.

This is a glossary of the more important, and most widely-used, stereochemical terms. It extends the list of those defined in the IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry, Section E: Stereochemistry (Recommendations 1974) and includes some terms from the Glossary of Terms used in Physical Organic Chemistry (Recommendations 1994). Additional terms have been added from inorganic and macromolecular chemistry. Some misleading terms are included together with guidance on correct usage or acceptable alternatives.

Many of the symbols used in stereochemical nomenclature are mentioned but details of their assignment or their incorporation into chemical names are left to the appropriate recommendations. Terminology related to techniques used in the determination of stereochemistry are largely excluded as well as terms used to describe reaction mechanisms.”

Source: www.chem.qmul.ac.uk

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(EN) – Glossary of Terms for Phase Equilibria Diagrams | ceramics.nist.gov

“NIST Ceramics Division Glossary of Terms for Phase Equilibria Diagrams”

Source: www.ceramics.nist.gov

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“Bulletin officiel N°47 du 19 décembre 2002 – Ministère de la jeunesse, de l’éducation nationale et de la recherche”

Source: www.education.gouv.fr

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(FR) (DE) (EN) (ES) (PDF) – Applied Geology Dictionary | Merkel et al

“Applied Geology Dictionary, French-German-English-Spanish version.

PDF file, 229 pages”

Source: www.geo.tu-freiberg.de

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(EN) – Antibiotics in ICU | anaesthetist.com

“An Approach to Antibiotic Prescription in ICU”

Source: www.anaesthetist.com

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(EN) – TQM and ISO 9000 Web-based Information | Ronald D. Pollock

“I developed a keen interest in Total Quality Management through my participation as a team member in the preparation of Baldrige-based quality award applications for the Department of the Army and Greater Austin Quality Council, beginning in the mid-1990s. I also worked with the Greater Austin Quality Council as an examiner, as a member of the Examiner Committee, and as a trainer for new and continuing examiners. In 1998 and 1999, I served as a qualilty examiner for the Department of the Army. I taught Fundamentals of Quality, Business Process Solutions, and Principles of Performance Excellence as a visiting faculty member for Austin Community College. Currently, I teach Performance Based Management, Project Management and Benchmarking for the National Graduate School’s Master of Science Degree in Quality Systems Management and serve as a judge in the Central Texas quality program sponsored by The University of Texas Center for Performance Excellence.”

Source: www.ischool.utexas.edu

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(EN) – Quality Glossary | ASQ

Every quality professional needs a handy reference of quality terms, acronyms and key people in the history of quality. This glossary derives from a variety of sources, including books, periodicals, Web sites and quality experts.

This glossary was compiled by Quality Progress editorial staff members. Volunteers James Bossert, R. Dan Reid and James Rooney reviewed the content.”

Source: asq.org

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(DE) (EN) (FR) (ES) (PT) – Klebstoffe / Adhesivos elasticos / Adhesivos elásticos / Adhesives / Adhesifs | Claus Kröger

Nice collection of resources (including good glossaries) on adhesives. German, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese.

Informationen von Claus Kröger über Klebstoffe und Arbeitsschutz ,
elastisches Kleben, Vorbehandlungen und Klebstoffhändler von Sikaflex!

Source: www.c-kroeger.de

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(EN) – Glossary of Industrial Filter Terms | filters.com

“Glossary of Industrial Filter Terms (Filters.com)”

Source: www.filters.com

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(EN) – Plastic Containers Glossary | SKS Bottle

“SKS Bottle – Plastic Containers Glossary (sks-bottle.com)”

Source: www.sks-bottle.com

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(EN) (PDF) – Glossary of Coined Names & Terms Used in Science | Dr. John Andraos

“Glossary of Coined Names & Terms Used in Science | Dr. John Andraos (seen on: translationjournal.net)”

Source: www.careerchem.com

PDF file, 57 pages

(EN) – Glossary of Soil Science Terms | crops.org

“This Glossary of Soil Science Terms was an ad hoc committee of the Soil Science of America to provide a single glossary of terms for the various disciplines of soil science. Thanks are expressed to the many members of the society who have aided in the development of this glossary over the years.”

Source: www.crops.org

(EN) – The Best Rubber Glossary | oringsusa.com

“Glossary of O-Rings, Elastomer and Rubber terminology”

Source: www.oringsusa.com

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(EN) – Plastics glossary | NewAge Industries

“NewAge Industries glossry of common terms used throughout our site and the plastic tubing industry.”

Source: www.newageindustries.com

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(EN) – Colorants Industry History | colorantshistory.org

“History of the synthetic dye industry in Europe and the United States. Details about individual companies, lots of old photographs.”

Source: colorantshistory.org

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(DE) (EN) – Weinglossar / Wine Glossary | Norbert Tischelmayer

Weltweit größte Weinwissen-Datenbank

Das Wein-Glossar ist die weltweit größte Online-Wissensdatenbank zum Thema Wein. Es ist aufgebaut wie ein klassisches Lexikon und besteht aus Stichwörtern (Begriffen) und Einträgen (Texten), die diese Stichwörter erklären.

Um im Glossar nach Stichwörtern zu suchen, geben Sie bitte das gesuchte Wort in das Feld “Suchbegriff” ein und klicken dann auf “Begriffe anzeigen”. Das System durchsucht daraufhin das Glossar nach übereinstimmenden Stichwörtern und zeigt Ihnen die Suchergebnisse an. Diese sind nach Relevanz, also nach dem Grad der Übereinstimmung sortiert, d.h. das gesuchte Stichwort erscheint an erster Stelle darunter mit abnehmender Relevanz alle Begriffe, in denen das Suchwort enthalten ist. Bei der Eingabe von Suchbegriffen müssen Groß- und Kleinschreibung oder Sonderzeichen nicht beachtet werden; die Suche nach z.B. „cote du rhone“ führt also ebenso zum Ergebnis wie die gezielte Suche nach „Côtes du Rhône“. In vielen Fällen werden insofern auch kleinere Schreibfehler toleriert, da Synonyme gesetzt sind.


The world’s largest database of wine knowledge

The wine glossary is the largest online wine-related data base in the world. It is structured just like a classical encyclopaedia, and consists of keywords (terms) and entries (texts) that explain these keywords.

To search for keywords in the glossary, enter the desired word in the field „Keyword search“, then click onto „Display results“. The system will then search the glossary for appropriate keywords, and will display the search results. These are sorted according to relevance, i.e. the degree of correspondence, the searched-for keyword will appear first, followed by all terms, in descending order of relevance, that contain the keyword. The entry of search terms is not case sensitive, and special symbols or forms of letters need not be considered, e.g. a search for „cote du rhone“ will lead to a result, as will a specific search for „Côtes du Rhône“. In many cases, small typographical errors will be tolerated, as the system provides synonyms.”

German version
English version

(EN) (ES) (DE) (FR) – Wine Glossary | trinor.com

“This glossary includes those technical terms (in English, Spanish, French and German) which, in our experience, are most commonly found in literature on Rioja and Navarra wines. The terms have been taken from TRINOR’s extensive multi-language data base of wine terminology.”

Source: www.trinor.com

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(EN) – Alcohol Glossary | Murtagh & Associates

“This glossary has been compiled to meet a need expressed in the beverage, industrial and fuel-ethanol production industries. It attempts to define the various distillery products, together with the meanings of words in common usage and many of the technical terms which appear in textbooks, reports and newsletters.

The definitions were prepared by comparing information from a wide variety of published sources, with extensive additions and amendments based on personal experience in the industry.”

Source: www.murtagh.com

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(EN) – Virtual Textbook of Organic Chemistry | William Reusch

“A comprehensive virtual textbook of organic chemistry. Includes interactive problems.”

Source: www2.chemistry.msu.edu

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(EN) – Basics of NMR | Joseph P. Hornak

“Dr. Hornak is Professor of Chemistry and Imaging Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology where he teaches courses in magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, analytical chemistry, and physical chemistry. He is also Director of the Magnetic Resonance Laboratory, a research and development laboratory on the RIT campus. His research interests include multi-spectral tissue classification with magnetic resonance images, near-surface MRI, low-frequency electron spin resonance of free radicals, magnetic resonance hardware development, and magnetic resonance imaging of materials.”

Source: www.cis.rit.edu

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(EN) – Landolt Börnstein Substance / Property Index | chemie.uni-hamburg.de

Molecular Formula

The sortation by molecular formula is particularly suitable for organic compounds. All elements are arranged in alphabetical order. In case of carbon chemistry the next level of differentiation immediately refers to a defined combination of Cx Ely which includes the exact count of each element and may include further elements. Except for C-H compounds elements within a system are sorted alphabetically: CuSO4 → Cu-O-S. Hydrates include the Hydrogen and Oxygen atoms in their element system. Therefore copper sulfate hydrate CuSO4 → 3H2O is located in the CuH folder (element system Cu-H-O-S). Deuterium and Hydrogen are separate elements.
Element system
Both element systems and the incorporated elements are sorted alphabetically and arranged in folders. In this system a compound like BaTiO3, e.g., will therefore be found in the folder Ba-O (element system Ba-O-Ti). Substances inside an Element-System are sorted to the priorities

  • Order of Elements in Structural Formula
  • Count of each Element
  • Textual alphabetical sort of entire Structural Formula

Chemical Abstract Numbers (CAS-RN)
The Index by CAS-RN is sorted in ascending order.
Chemical Name
Chemical names are categorised in alphabetical order with the first five characters, without special chars, building the folder’s name. As Chemical names exist in a large variety searching for name fragments via the active search is recommended.
Index of Zeolite compounds.”

Source: lb.chemie.uni-hamburg.de

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(IT) (EN) (PDF) – Glossario di termini giuridici e scolastici | edizionisimone.it

Questo glossario non ha, com’è più che ovvio, pretesa di esaustività, ma raccoglie una serie di termini, anche specialistici e tecnici, che con maggior probabilità potrebbero essere ritrovati nel testo dei quiz.

Ampio spazio è stato, inoltre, dato ai lemmi più spiccatamente giuridici e scolastici”

Source: concorsodocenti.edizionisimone.it

PDF file, 60 pages

(EN) – Glossary of Neurological Terms | Allyson Zazulia

“Glossary of Neurological Terms. Internet Stroke Center.

Source: www.strokecenter.org