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The moment version of Gesser’s vintage utilized Chemistry contains up to date types of the unique sixteen chapters plus new chapters on semiconductors and nanotechnology. This textbook introduces chemistry scholars to the purposes in their box to engineering layout and serve as throughout a variety of matters, from fuels and polymers to electrochemistry and water remedy. every one bankruptcy concludes with a interpreting record of appropriate books and articles in addition to a collection of routines which come with difficulties that reach the subjects past the textual content. different vitamins to the textual content comprise a laboratory part with step by step experiments and a strategies guide for instructors.
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The greater the difference in temperatures, the greater is the efficiency by which heat can be converted into work. 10 Ocean Thermal 17 Fig. 12 Schematic representation of the “falling pond” method of extracting heat from the bottom of a pond (From Tabor H (1980) Non-convecting solar ponds. 7 Estimated annual yield of a solar pond Area 1. Insulation 2. Pond heat yield 3. Equivalent fuel oil Power yield Source temperature Sink temperature H-X drops Carnot effect Turbine factor Overall thermal energy Equivalent cont.
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Applied Chemistry: A Textbook for Engineers and Technologists by Roussak O.V. Et.Al