Differential Equations In Applied Chemistry
by F.L. Hitchcock, C.S. Robinson
Publisher: John Wiley And Sons 1923
Number of pages: 129
This book is based on a course given to students in Chemical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The purpose of the book is not to teach Chemistry, but to teach Mathematics in a form readily assimilated by Chemists and Chemical Engineers.
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