Introduction and Computations for Gases
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Introduction and Computations for Gases

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Published by Amer Inst of Chemical Engineers .
Written in English


  • Chemical equilibrium,
  • Heat balance (Engineering),
  • Chemical Engineering (Specific Aspects),
  • Kinetic theory of gases

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Open LibraryOL8072123M
ISBN 100816901759
ISBN 109780816901753

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