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Separation Processes by C. Judson King

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Separation Processes
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Publisher: Center for Studies in Higher Education
ISBN/ASIN: 0486491730
Number of pages: 888

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Suitable for undergraduate- and graduate-level chemical engineering courses, this classic text is intended for classes focusing on separation processes, mass-transfer operations, unit operations, and distillations. Used in conjunction with a transport phenomena text, Separation Processes will satisfy the unit operations or momentum, heat, and mass transfer core requirements of the chemical engineering curriculum.

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