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Demonstrations 401 - 420 of 424
Heating of Bodies in a Limited Volume of Well-Stirred Fluid
Breakthrough Curves for Adsorption with Longitudinal Diffusion Assuming Linear Equilibrium
Construction of the Rate-Conversion-Temperature Chart from Kinetic Data
Equally Sized Mixed Flow Reactors in Series versus Plug Flow Reactor
Study of the Dynamic Behavior of the Lorentz System
Study of the Dynamic Behavior of the Rossler System
Applying the Soave-Redlich-Kwong Equation of State
Numerical Solution of the Falkner-Skan Equation for Various Wedge Angles
Rectifying and Stripping Profiles for the Reactive Cascade
Dynamic Behavior of a Nonisothermal Chemical System
Liquid Chromatography with Linear Adsorption Equilibrium and Plate Model
High-Pressure Chemical Equilibrium
Strange Attractor of Gumowski-Mira
Study of Successive First-Order Reversible Reactions
Study of a Four-Stage Batch Distillation Column
Flash Calculations Using the Peng Robinson Equation of State
Absorption of Acetone in Air Using Water
Dynamics of a Binary Distillation Column
Extraction of Acetic Acid from Water Using Isopropyl Ether
Residue Curve Map for a Benzene-Toluene-p-Xylene Mixture
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