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Demonstrations 161 - 180 of 420
Joule's Experiment and the First Law of Thermodynamics
Multiple Reactions in a CSTR with Heat Effects Using Arc-Length Continuation
Temperature Dependence of Henry's Law Constant
One-Dimensional Heat Conduction with Temperature-Dependent Conductivity
Approach of a System of Particles towards Thermal Equilibrium
Radial Distribution Function for One-Dimensional Square-Well and Square-Shoulder Fluids
Reactor Showing Two Attractive Stable Points
Thermodynamic Consistency Test Based on Differential Residuals
Degradation Parameters from Concentration Ratios
Multiple Reactions in a Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactor with Heat Effects
Extracting Fixed-Order Degradation Kinetics by the Endpoints Method
Steady-States of a Nonlinear Chemical System Using the Arc Length Continuation Method
A Cellular Automaton-Based Heat Equation
Fit of First-Order Kinetic Model in Degradation Processes
Production of Syngas Using Coal-Steam Reactions
Arc-Length Continuation Applied to the Haber Process
Analytical Solution of Equations for Chemical Transport with Adsorption, Longitudinal Diffusion, Zeroth-Order Production, and First-Order Decay
Statistical Behavior of a Set of Uniformly Rotating Independent Particles with Random Frequencies
Ehrenfest's Double-Urn Game
Latent Heats of Fusion and Vaporization
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