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Spectral Distribution of Total Energy Emitted by a Black Body versus Temperature
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Mixing and Segregation in Chemical Reactors (CSTR versus PFR)
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Lee-Kesler Generalized Correlations for Gases
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Estimating Relative Volatility from Batch Distillation Data
Comparison of Real and Plug Flow Reactors for a First-Order Reaction
Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium for the 1-Butanol-Water System
Temperature Dependence of Dehydrogenation of Ethyl Benzene to Styrene
Deconvolution of a Chromatogram
Distribution of Colloidal Particles during Solvent Evaporation
Heat Conduction in a Rod
Optimal Setup of Two Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactors (CSTRs) in Series
Study of the Dynamic Behavior of the Lorenz System
A Graphically Enhanced Method for Computing Real Roots of Nonlinear Functions
Design of a Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
Correction Factor for Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
Contour Plots for Reaction Rates
Optimal Conditions for CO2/n-Hexane Flash Separation
Residual Functions for the SRK and PR Equations of State
Gas-Phase Fugacity Coefficients for Propylene
Operation of a Throttling Valve
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