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Demonstrations 141 - 160 of 485
The Pigford Problem
Simple Trial-and-Error Algorithm to Determine Distillation Boundaries
Phénomène de contraction des volumes des solutions hydro-alcooliques (French)
Computing Excess Thermodynamic Properties Using the Wilson Model
Chaos in a Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor
Noise Retrieval from Averaged Sequences
Dynamics of Two Coupled Continuously Stirred Tank Reactors
Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Calculator for Chloroform/Acetone/Methanol Mixture
Dynamics of a Nonadiabatic Continuously Stirred Tank Reactor
van de Vusse Reaction Scheme in a Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactor
Single Solute Batch Two-Phase Extraction
Adsorption Column for Removing Acetone from an Air Stream
Attainable Region for van de Vusse Kinetics
Dynamics of a Coupled Reactor-Separator System with Time Delay
Diffusion Coefficients for Multicomponent Gases
Cubic Autocatalysis by Successive Bimolecular Steps
Williams, Landel, and Ferry Equation Compared with Actual and "Universal" Constants
Rectifying an Alcohol-Water Mixture with Variable Enthalpies
Analyzing a Rectifying Column Using the Calculus of Finite Differences
Heating Water in a Closed Vessel
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