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van de Vusse Reaction Scheme in a Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactor
Single Solute Batch Two-Phase Extraction
Approximating the Derivatives of a Function Using Chebyshev-Gauss-Lobatto Points
Design a Tile for the p3 Wallpaper Group
The Sawtooth Standard Map
Ordinary and Extraordinary Refractive Indices in a 2D Anisotropic Crystal
Some Polynomial Curves on the Torus
Geodesics of a Torus Solved with a Method of Lagrange
Happy Pi Day!
Point Spread and Modulation Transfer Functions for Seidel Aberrations
Adsorption Column for Removing Acetone from an Air Stream
Point Spread and Modulation Transfer Functions of Zernike Wavefronts
Attainable Region for van de Vusse Kinetics
Tiling the Hyperbolic Plane with Regular Polygons
Dynamics of a Coupled Reactor-Separator System with Time Delay
Diffusion Coefficients for Multicomponent Gases
Cubic Autocatalysis by Successive Bimolecular Steps
Graphics Lighting Transformation
Aerosol-Cloud-Rain Equations with Time Delay
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