Mass and Energy Balances in Materials Engineering
This text takes a practical approach to its presentation of stoichiometry and energy-balance principles for materials engineering students by emphasizing their use in actual engineering practice.
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PRELIMINARIES IIUSING THE UNITS
FUNDAMENTALS OF MATERIAL BALANCES
NONREACTIVE MATERIAL BALANCES
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