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-A polygonal approximation for unsteady state diffusion of oxygen into hemoglobin solutionsChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-A Statistical Theory of Cave Entrance EvolutionChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Breakage and coalescence processes in an agitated dispersion. Experimental system and data reductionChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Cave conduit enlargement by natural convectionChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Caves as a Measure of KarstChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Comment on ‘‘Coastal Caves in Bahamian Eolian Calcarenites: Differentiating Between Sea Caves and Flank Margin Caves Using Quantitative Morphology’’Chemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Deducing Flow Velocity in Cave Conduits from ScallopsChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Dispersed Phase Mixing: I. Theory and Effects in Simple ReactorsChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Dispersed Phase Mixing: II. Measurements in Organic Dispersed SystemsChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Droplet breakage and coalescence processes in an agitated dsipersion. 2. measurement and interpretation of mixing experimentsChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Effect of micronization on the extent of drug absorption from suspensions in humansChemical Engineering, Department of; College of Pharmacy,; College of Pharmacy, Catholic University of Taegu-Hyosung, Kyungsan, Kyungbuk 713-702, Korea,; College of Pharmacy, Yeungnam University, Gyongsan 712-749, Korea; Ann Arbor
-Effects of surface morphologies on flow behavior in karst condjuitsChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Experimental and theoretical studies of dissolution roughnessChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Implicit-adsorbate model for apparent anomalies with organic adsorption on natural adsorbentsChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Minimum Diameter StalactitesChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Minimum diameter stalagmitesChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Morphology of Tjoarvekrajgge, the longest cave of ScandinaviaChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-On the Definition of a CaveChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-On the Functioning of a Familiar Non-Linear Thermodynamic OscillatorChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor
-Optimization and Mathematical Modeling of the Transtubular Bioreactor for the Production of Monoclonal Antibodies from a Hybridoma Cell LineChemical Engineering, Department of; Ann Arbor