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Demonstrations 101 - 120 of 123
Consecutive Exponential Decay
Simple Reaction with Segregation in a Batch Reactor
Complex Reaction with Segregation in a Semi-Continuous Reactor
Multiple Tubular Reactors with Interstage Cooling
Isothermal Yield of Allyl Chloride versus Conversion of Propylene
Response of a Reactor with Axial Dispersion to a Pulse Input Tracer (E-Curve)
Unsteady-State Interphase Diffusion
Residence Time Distribution Function of a Stirred-Tank Cascade (E-Curve)
Hopf Bifurcation in the Brusselator
The Maxwell Speed Distribution
Construction of the Rate-Conversion-Temperature Chart from Kinetic Data
Diffusion-Limited Aggregation: A Real-Time Agent-Based Simulation
Reactor Steady States
Molecular Dynamics of Lennard-Jones Particles Using the Velocity Verlet Algorithm
Equivalent Isothermal Time at a Reference Temperature as a Function of Time
Log Survival Ratio as a Function of Time
Weibullian Inactivation Rate as a Function of Time
Weibullian Inactivation Rate as a Function of Temperature
Study of Successive First-Order Reversible Reactions
A Second-Order Chemical Reaction
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