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Demonstrations 681 - 700 of 835
Residue Curve Map for a Mixture of Water, Ethanol, and Ethylene Glycol
Flash Vaporization of a Heptane-Octane Mixture
Countercurrent Extraction with Extract Reflux (the Janecke Diagram)
Ponchon-Savarit Graphical Method at Total Reflux
Residue Curve Map for a Non-Ideal Ternary Mixture with a Distillation Boundary
Optimum Temperature for Lactose Hydrolysis in Batch Reactors
Formulas and Structures for Some Simple Molecules
Computation of the Volume of a CSTR and a PFR
E-curve and F-curve for the Tanks-in-Series Model of MacMullin and Weber
Diffusion to a Spherical Reactor
Graphical Method for Evaluating the Performance of N Tanks in Series
Enthalpy-Concentration Plot for a Benzene-Toluene Binary Mixture
Vapor Liquid Equilibrium Data for an Ideal Binary Mixture
Three-Stage Batch Rectification with Constant Reflux
Cross-Flow Liquid-Liquid Extraction
Isobaric Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Data of an Immiscible Mixture
Chemical Reaction and Diffusion in a Spherical Catalyst Pellet (the Nonisothermal Effectiveness Factor)
Molecular Orbitals for First- and Second-Row Diatomic Molecules
Vapor Pressure and Density of Alkali Metals
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