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The Schnakenberg Reaction
Chemical Reactions Described by the Lorenz Equations
Distillation Column Using the Francis Formula for Flow through Weirs
Organometallic Compounds of Transition Metals
The Györgyi-Field Model for the Belousov-Zhabotinsky Reaction
Vapor-Phase Solubility of Decane in Nitrogen as Functions of Temperature and Pressure
Solute Extraction Cascade with Solvent Recycle
Distillation of an Ethanol-Water Mixture
Dynamic Simulation of a Binary Distillation Column
Distillation of a Ternary Ideal Mixture
Chlorite-Iodide-Malonic Acid (CIMA) Reaction
Phase-Plane Analysis of a Biochemical Reactor
Effect of Liquid Murphree Efficiency on the Operation of a Deisobutanizer
Limiting Reagent for the Reaction of Hydrogen and Oxygen to Form Water
Eliminating Acetone in Air Using Absorption by Water
Operation of a Dividing Wall Column and a Petlyuk Column
Membrane Reactor to Improve Selectivity in Multiple Reactions
Solution of the First Underwood Equation Formulated as a Generalized Eigenvalue Problem
Algal Growth and Lipid Accumulation Stimulated by Nitrogen Concentration
Flash Distillation of a Mixture of Four Hydrocarbons
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