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Equilibrium Water Activity of Binary Dry Mixtures
Flow from a Tank at Constant Height
Vapor-Liquid Data for Acetic Acid-Water Mixture: Effect of Gas Phase Dimerization
Enzymatic Reactor with Product Inhibition
Dynamic Behavior of a Bioreactor
Distillation of Substances with Widely Differing Heats of Vaporization: The Peters Transform
Temperature Control of a Batch Fermentor
Multiple Steady States in Continuous Culture with Substrate Inhibition
Optimal Induction of Foreign Protein Synthesis
Idealized Closed Loop for Processes in Three Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactors
Start-Up of a Plate Gas Absorption Unit
Response of a Jacketed Exothermic Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactor to a Perturbation
Arrhenius Equations for Reaction Rate and Viscosity
Dynamic Simulation of a Gravity-Flow Tank
Step Response of a Manometer
The Residue Curve Map (RCM) of a Ternary Mixture at Various Pressures
Logarithmic Mean Temperature of a Heat Exchanger
Regions of Feasible Distillate and Bottom Product Composition for an Ideal Ternary Mixture at 1 atm
Distillation Lines versus Residue Curves for a Mixture of Oxygen, Argon, and Nitrogen at 1 atm
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