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Demonstrations 361 - 380 of 440
Three-Stage Batch Rectification with Constant Reflux
Cross-Flow Liquid-Liquid Extraction
Isobaric Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Data of an Immiscible Mixture
Convection-Diffusion in a Semi-Infinite Region
Chemical Reaction and Diffusion in a Spherical Catalyst Pellet (the Nonisothermal Effectiveness Factor)
Isobaric Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Data of a Partially Miscible Mixture
Simple Batch Distillation of a Partially Miscible Binary Mixture
Batch Rectification of a Partially Miscible Binary Mixture
Application of the Murphree Liquid Efficiency Method to the Study of a Binary Distillation Column
Nonsteady-State Heat Conduction in a Cylinder
Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium Diagram for a Chloroform-Water-Acetic-Acid Mixture at 25°C and 1 atm
Attainable Regions for Maleic Anhydride Manufacture in a Plug-Flow Reactor
Batch Distillation of a Non-Miscible Binary Mixture
Batch Rectification of a Binary Mixture at Total Reflux
Batch Rectification of an Ideal Benzene/Toluene Binary Mixture
Batch Rectification of an Acetone/Chloroform Binary Mixture
Batch Rectification of an Ethanol/Ethyl-Acetate Binary Mixture
Unsteady-State Conduction of Heat in Two Dimensions
Controlling Liquid Height within Two Tanks in Series Using a PID Controller
Kremser Shortcut Method for Absorption and Stripping
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