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Re: Good Chemical Engineering Books
« Reply #15 on: July 02, 2016, 06:39:07 PM »
Just a note - I looked into getting  copy of Perry's Chemical Engineering Handbook then realised that they fetch £130!!!

I know it's simple but, remember to check auction/secondhand sites (we all know the ones) for what you want.
Managed to pick the 8th edition of this book up in mint condition for £40!  Definitely deals to be had.

Oh, and if you're in Manchester and try to get hold of this book through a library - good luck as the only copies in the entirety of Greater Manchester are a Reference copy in Boston and Salford as well as a copy at Manchester University Library.
Be warned though as expect membership to Manchester University Library for the general public to cost £75 per year!

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