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Lyceum Society: Fluid Catalytic Cracking: An Engineering Marvel of WWII for Making High Octane Gasoline

Lyceum Society: Fluid Catalytic Cracking: An Engineering Marvel of WWII for Making High Octane Gasoline

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

The New York Academy of Sciences

Presented By

Presented by the Lyceum Society

 

This is the last meeting at the Academys' old home, 2 East 63rd St. at the Woolworth Mansion.

Speaker: Joel Kirman, M.Ch.E, Process Mgr., Scientific Design (Ret)