134 Chemical Engineering

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Chemical Engineering Separations: A Handbook for Students  by Monica Lamm and Laura Jarboe (CC BY-NC)

This handbook is intended for use by undergraduate students who are taking a course in chemical engineering separations. It assumes that students have taken one or two semesters of chemical engineering thermodynamics, one semester of heat and mass transfer, and one semester of computational methods for chemical engineering.


This is a British Columbia created resource.Inorganic Chemistry for Chemical Engineers  by Vishakha Monga; Paul Flowers; Klaus Theopold; William R. Robinson; and Richard Langley (CC BY)

This textbook has been specifically adapted for CHEM 250, an interdisciplinary inorganic chemistry course at UBC-V, for Chemical Engineering students. The main objective of this book is to introduce students to the basic principles of inorganic chemistry and link them with current applications relevant to a chemical engineer.

This chapter is adapted from Chemical Engineering in OER by Discipline Directory by Edited by Lauri M. Aesoph and Josie Gray.


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