Mond may refer to:

  • MOND - Modified Newtonian Dynamics. A proposed adjustment to the classical inverse-square law of gravity.
  • Der Mond, an opera in one act
  • Mond Nickel Company, a defunct mining company
  • MOND Technologies, a web-based software company
  • Brunner Mond, a chemicals company

People with the surname Mond:

  • Alfred Mond, 1st Baron Melchett (1868-1930), British industrialist
  • Bernard Mond (1887-1957), Polish general
  • Chava Mond (born 1984), Israeli model
  • Henry Mond, 2nd Baron Melchett (1898-1949), British politician
  • Julian Edward Alfred Mond, 3rd Baron Melchett (1925-1973), English industrialist
  • Ludwig Mond (1839-1909), German chemist
  • Peter Mond, 4th Baron Melchett (born 1948), British politician
  • Robert Mond (1867-1938), British chemist
  • Violet Mond, Baroness Melchett (died 1945), English humanitarian

Other articles related to "mond":

Mond Nickel Company
... The Mond Nickel Company Limited was a United Kingdom-based mining company, formed on September 20, 1900, licenced in Canada to carry on business in the province of Ontario, from ... The firm was founded by Ludwig Mond (1839-1909) to process Canadian ore from mines near Sudbury, which were then shipped to Mond's works in Britain for final purification ... The first of Mond's Canadian mining properties located in Denison Township, was purchased from Ricardo McConnell and associates in 1899 ...
Mond Gas - Uses - Advantages
... The Mond gas could be produced very cheaply since it required only a low quality of coal, offering large savings for many processes ... The production of Mond gas did not require a lot of labor ... The Mond gas became popularized during the industrial power generation in the beginning of the 20th century, since industries were very interested in a source of low cost energy ...
Michel Mondésert
... Michel Mondésert (5 December 1916 – 16 April 2009) was a French prelate of the Roman Catholic Church ... Mondésert was born in Villefranche-sur-Saône, Rhône, and was ordained a priest on 11 July 1943 ... Mondésert was the Titular bishop of Apollonis from 1971 until his death ...
Mond Gas - Gas Production
... The Mond gas process was designed to convert cheap coal into flammable gas, which was made up of mainly hydrogen, while recovering ammonium sulfate ... In 1902, the first Mond gas plant began at the Brunner Mond Company in Northwich, Cheshire ... Mond plants required a large amount of land in order to be profitable, using around 182 tons of coal per week ...