A LINEAR PROGRAMMING APPROACH TO THE CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM PROBLEM
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA
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The well known chemical equilibrium problem is expressed in the form of minimizing the free energy of a mixture in order to compute the chemical composition at equilibrium. By piece-wise linear approximations to the free energy function, the problem becomes a linear program which can be solved by a standard code on a computing machine. Successive approximations give any degree of accuracy.
- Physical Chemistry