Fundamentals of Reaction Engineering - Examples
by Rafael Kandiyoti
Publisher: BookBoon 2009
Number of pages: 41
This is the "Worked Examples" part of the book entitled "Fundamentals of Reaction Engineering", an introductory text covering the basic elements of reactor design. The focus is on revising the main concepts in the form of problems and their answers.
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