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Demonstrations 141 - 160 of 688
Maximizing Conversion to an Intermediate Product in a Chain of Three CSTRs in Series
Molecular Graph Theory Applied to Fullerenes
Control of Thermal Runaway of an Exothermic Reaction by Coupling with an Endothermic Reaction
Entrainer Selection for Homogeneous Azeotropic Distillation
Chemical Reaction Trajectories Using Bézier Curves
Steady-State Distillation of a Quaternary Mixture
Laboratory Waterbath with Proportional Control
Finding the Minimum Reflux Ratio Using the Underwood Equations
Mapping the Maxima for a Nonisothermal Chemical System
Molecular Point Groups
Separating Binary Azeotropes Using Pressure Swing Distillation
Maxima and Minima for the Three-Variable Autocatalator
Combustion of Methane Using Block Cellular Automata (BCA) with Feedback
Maximizing Conversion to an Intermediate Product in a Two-Stage CSTR
Breaking the Acetone-Methanol Azeotrope with Different Extraction Solvents
Analysis of Lattice Vibrations in Two Dimensions
Volatility Inversion in Extractive Distillation
Extractive Distillation of an Equimolar Acetone-Methanol Mixture Using Water
Steady State of an Extractive Distillation Column
Electronic Band Structure of Armchair and Zigzag Graphene Nanoribbons
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