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Lately, there has been a renewed push to minimize the waste of materials and energy that accompany the production and processing of various materials. This third edition of this reference emphasizes the fundamental principles of the conservation of mass and energy, and their consequences as they relate to materials and energy. New to this edition are numerous worked examples, illustrating conventional and novel problem-solving techniques in applications such as semiconductor processing, environmental engineering, the production and processing of advanced and exotic materials for aerospace, electronic, and structural applications.Content: Chapter 1 Dimensions, Units, and Conversion Factors (pages 1–25): Chapter 2 Thermophysical and Related Properties of Materials (pages 26–53): Chapter 3 Statistical Concepts Applied to Measurement and Sampling (pages 54–143): Chapter 4 Fundamentals of Material Balances with Applications to Non?Reacting Systems (pages 144–247): Chapter 5 Stoichiometry and the Chemical Equation (pages 248–293): Chapter 6 Reactive Material Balances (pages 294–409): Chapter 7 Energy and the First Law of Thermodynamics (pages 410–449): Chapter 8 Enthalpy Balances in Non?Reactive Systems (pages 450–504): Chapter 9 System Balances on Reactive Processes (pages 505–576): Chapter 10 Case Studies (pages 577–600):
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Arthur E. Morris (born 1946) is an American politician and professional engineer. Arthur Morris was the Pennsylvania State Mile High School Champion in 1963. He earned a B.S.
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