Chemical Reaction Equilibrium Analysis: Theory And Algorithms by William R. SmithPresents theory and methods for computing equilibrium in diverse chemical systems and for predicting the behavior of chemically reacting systems. Algorithms for computing equilibrium are considered in two forms: stoichiometric and non-stoichiometric. Learning aids include computer programs along with examples and users guides for three levels of computing capability programmable hand calculators, microcomputers (BASIC) and main frame computers (FORTRAN).
Chemical Reaction Equilibrium Analysis - Theory and Algorithms (Hardcover)
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