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Chemical Engineering Equilibrium Thermodynamics 4200:225: Getting Started

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Finding Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Data

Decoding Journal Abbreviations

Use CASSI to figure out what the full title of a journal is from the abbreviation, then use Publication Finder to find out if we have an electronic subscription.

Using DECHEMA & Wichterle Print References (video, 3 min.)

Learn how to use the print resources to find VLE data. This is helpful when the systems have common words (water, hydrogen, etc.) that a typical database search doesn't work.. A transcript is available on YouTube.

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