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Demonstrations 121 - 140 of 229
Molecular Motion in Solids, Liquids, and Gases
Stripping a Hydrocarbon from Oil Using Live Steam
Temperature Dependence of Dehydrogenation of Ethyl Benzene to Styrene
Residue Curve and Bubble Temperature Distribution for Methyl Tert-Butyl Ether Chemistry at 8 atm
Unsteady-State Evaporation in an Infinite Tube
Residue Curve and Bubble Temperature Distribution for a Ternary Mixture
Residue Curve and Temperature Distribution for Ethyl Acetate Chemistry
Refrigeration Cycle Coefficient of Performance
Adiabatic Converter for Sulfur Trioxide Production
Unsteady Heat Transfer over a Porous Flat Plate
Residue Curves for Different Activity Coefficient Models
Solution of One-Dimensional Stefan Problem with Orthogonal Collocation
Heat Balance in Freezing and Thawing Food
Estimating the Thermal Properties of Foods from Their Moisture Contents
Unsteady-State Diffusion, Convection, and Reaction in a Fluid Film
Radial Temperature and Concentration Gradients in a Packed Bed Reactor
Low-Temperature Heat Capacity of Hydrogen Molecules
Latent Heats of Fusion and Vaporization
Steady-State Temperature Distribution in Conducting Square
Temperature Propagation in a Thin Steel Rod
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