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Demonstrations 221 - 240 of 502
Azeotropes of Binary Mixtures Containing Ethanol
Gas Absorption Computed Using the Gauss-Seidel Method
Stationary States in a Nonisothermal Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactor
Ethane Pyrolysis in a Tubular Reactor
Synthesis of Ethanol by Hydration of Ethylene
Excess Enthalpy and Heat Capacity for an Ethanol-Water Mixture
Molecular Weight Distribution in Equilibrium Step-Growth Polymerizations
Thermodynamic Properties of Acetylene Using Cubic Equations of State
Chain-Growth Polymerization Using Monte Carlo Simulation: Termination by Combination
Van der Waals Isotherms
Mayo-Lewis Model for Copolymer Composition
Breaking the Azeotrope between Cyclohexane and Benzene Using Aniline
Locus of a Pressure-Sensitive Binary Azeotrope
Locus of Binary and Ternary Azeotropes in Chloroform-Methanol-Acetone Mixture
Start-up of Poiseuille Flow in a Newtonian Fluid
Concentration and Temperature Profiles in an Axially Dispersed Adiabatic Tubular Reactor
Reaction-Diffusion in a Drop Using Orthogonal Collocation
Solving Stefan-Maxwell Equations Using Orthogonal Collocation and Shooting Method
Mass Transfer with Reaction in a Spherical Drop
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