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Optimizing Temperatures and Volumes for Maximum Conversion to an Intermediate Reactant in a Chain of Two Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactors
Optimizing a Chain of Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactors
The Nitrogen Cycle
Analogies to Understand Stoichiometry
Adiabatic Plug Flow Reactor with Recycle
Multiple Steady States in a Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactor with Heat Exchange
Balancing Abstract Chemical Equations
Dynamics of a Forced Exothermic Chemical Reaction
Cascade of Two Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactors with Recycle
Distillation-Column Product Purity as Function of Feed Thermal Quality
Three Intermolecular Potential Models
Combining Ions to Form Chemical Compounds
Best Effort Global Warming Trajectories
Optimal Temperature Policy for a Reversible Reaction
Moiré Patterns and Commensurability in Rotated Graphene Bilayers
Multiple States in an Isothermal Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactor
Nonisothermal Effectiveness Factor (The Weisz and Hicks Problem)
The Frank-Kamenetskii Problem Using Arc-Length Continuation
Decreasing the Freezing Point of Water with Dissolved Sodium Chloride
Maximizing Selectivity in the Trambouze Reactions
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