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Demonstrations 161 - 180 of 407
Isobaric Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Diagram for a Constant Relative Volatility Mixture
High-Pressure Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Computations Using the Hayden-O'Connell Method and Wilson Model
Production of Anhydrous Ethanol Using an Extractive Distillation Column
Vertical Laminar Flow of a Bingham Liquid Film
Simulation of a Steady-State Ternary Distillation Column
Flash Distillation Cascade in a Constant Relative Volatility Mixture
Flash Distillation of a Constant Relative Volatility Mixture
Separation of Air Components by Countercurrent and Co-Current Gas Permeation
Residue Curves for Methyl Formate Chemistry
Separation of Abietic Acid from Other Acids Using a Fractional Extraction System
Breaking Azeotropes with Hybrid Separation Systems
Separation of a Partially Miscible Mixture Shown by Graphical Method
Separation of Carbon Dioxide and Methane Using Well-Mixed Gas Permeation
Adiabatic Flash Distillation of a Benzene-Toluene Mixture
Dynamic Behavior of Heated Tanks in Series
Series Reactions in a CSTR with Time-Varying Input
Lever Rule Applied to Phase Diagram for Partially Miscible Liquids
Transient Behavior of an Adiabatic CSTR
Conversion versus Reactor Volume for CSTR and PFTR
Variation of Temperature and Concentration versus Residence Time for Adiabatic Reactors
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