Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Dissertations

 

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Dissertations from 1968

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A study of the anodic oxidation of ethylene on gold and gold-platinum alloys, San-Cheng Lai

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The effect of polymer structure on drag reduction in nonpolar solvents, Gin Chain Liaw

Dissertations from 1967

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A structural investigation of bismuth ferrate and the BiFeO₃-PbZrO₃-PbTiO₃ ternary system, Gary D. Achenbach

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A study of surface and geometric effects on the nucleate boiling of liquid nitrogen and liquid argon from atmospheric to the critical pressure, Calvin Benson Cobb

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The amino acid and monosaccharide content of the cell walls of Thiobacillus thiooxidans, Edward Hibbert Crum

Dissertations from 1966

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The anodic dissolution of cadmium in aqueous solutions, San-cheng Lai

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Turbulence measurements in polymer solutions using hot-film anemometry, Gary Kent Patterson

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A study of the anodic oxidation of acetylene on gold electrodes, Jo Lisle Reed

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The anodic behavior of zinc in aqueous salt solutions, Yun-chung Sun

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Aeration studies in submerged fermentations using a steam-sterilizable dissolved oxygen sensor of improved design, Carl J. Wallace

Dissertations from 1965

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Drag reduction in Newtonian polymer solutions, Harry C. Hershey

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The microbial hydrolysis of cellulose and some factors affecting the production of cellulase in a submerged culture of Alternaria sp, Robert Murray Logan

Dissertations from 1964

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A study of turbulent mass transfer in a wetted-wall column, David William Bunch

A study of the eddy diffusivity in turbulent heat transfer, Frank Fu-Kun Tao

Dissertations from 1963

A study of the dissolution of titanium-oxygen-nitrogen alloys in hydrofluoric acid, Arliss V. Martin

Dissertations from 1962

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A study of the dissolution of Zr-O alloys in hydrofluoric acid, Wayne Gilbert Custead

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Lattice parameters, densities and imperfections in indium and indium-cadmium alloys rich in indium, Paluri Bhimeswara Rao

Dissertations from 1961

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A study of the dissolution of hafnium in hydrofluoric acid, James W. Johnson