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Demonstrations 281 - 300 of 516
Briggs-Rauscher Mechanism: The Chemical Color Clock
Bifurcation Diagram for the Three-Variable Autocatalator
Cumulative Distribution and Residence Time Distribution Curves
Approximate Distributions Using Moments in Gram-Charlier Expansion
Catalyst Regeneration Using a Shrinking Core Model
Continuously Stirred Tank Reactor Using Arc-Length Parameter
Reaction Factor for Second-Order Gas-Liquid Reactions
Multicomponent Distillation: The Case of Pentane/Hexane/Heptane System
Graphical Solution for a Multistage Continuous Feed-and-Bleed Ultrafiltration System
Bode, Nyquist, and Nichols Diagrams of Second-Order Systems
Pulsatile Flow in a Circular Tube
Optimum Cycle Period for Batch Reactor with Downtime
Compressibility Factors Using the Soave-Redlich-Kwong Equation of State
Rigorous Simulation for Distillation of Non-Ideal Binary Mixture
Binary Distillation of Non-Ideal Mixtures Using Driving-Force Diagrams
DMSO as an Entrainer to Separate a Water-Isopropyl Alcohol Mixture
Applications of Driving-Force and McCabe-Thiele Diagrams to Binary Distillation Processes
Breaking the Azeotrope between Methanol and Acetone with an Entrainer
Dual Product Control of a Binary Distillation Column
Isobaric Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Diagram for a Constant Relative Volatility Mixture
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