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Demonstrations 281 - 300 of 407
Residue Curve Map for a Mixture of Three Alcohols; Nature of the Singular Points
High-Pressure Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Data for a Binary Mixture: the Poynting Factor Correction
Comparison of Real and Plug Flow Reactors for a First-Order Reaction
The Alpha and Beta Components of the Hodgkin-Huxley Model
The Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz Equation
The Belousov-Zhabotinsky Reaction
Simple Distillation Residue Curves for a Mixture of Chloroform and Acetone at 760 mmHg
Volpert Graph of Chemical Reactions
Reflux Policy for a Batch Distillation Operation with a Constant Distillate Composition
Simple Distillation Residue Curves for a Mixture of Pentane and Dichloromethane at 750 mmHg
Feasible Regions for Product Compositions in Ternary Mixtures
Surface Kinetics with Pore Diffusion Resistance
Antibody Production Fed-Batch
Performance of a Batch Reactive Distillation System versus a Plug Flow Reactor
Simple Distillation Residue Curves for a Mixture of Ethanol and Isopropanol at 750 mmHg
Kinetics of Chemical Reaction with an Intermediate Product
High Pressure Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Data of a Binary Mixture of Chloroform and Acetone
Cubic Equation of State for the Compressibility Factor
Incipient Growth Processes with Competing Mechanisms
Performance of a Plug Flow Reactor with Recycle
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