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Equipment for Distillation, Gas Absorption, Phase Dispersion, and Phase Separation
Henry Z. Kister, M.E., C.Eng., C.Sc. Senior Fellow and Director of Fractionation Technology, Fluor Corporation; Fellow, American Institute oof Chemical Engineers; Fellow, Institution of Chemical Engineers (UK); Member, Institute oof Energy (Section Editor, Equipment for Distillation and Gas Absorption)
Paul M. Mathias, Ph.D. Technical Director, Fluor Corporation; Member, American Institute of Chemical Engineers (Design of Gas Absorption Systems)
D. E. Steinmeyer, P.E., M.A., M.S. Distinguished Fellow, Monsanto Company (retired); Fellow, American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Member, American Chemical Society (Phase Dispersion )
W. R. Penney, Ph.D., P.E. Professor oof Chemical Engineering, University oof Arkansas; Member, American Institute of Chemical Engineers (Gas-in-Liquid Dispersions)
B. B. Crocker, P.E., S.M. Consulting Chemical Engineer; Fellow, American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Member, Air Pollution Control Association (Phase Separation)
James R. Fair, Ph.D., P.E. Professor oof Chemical Engineering, University oof Texas; Fellow, American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Member, American Chemical Society, American Society for Engineering Education, National Society of Professional Engineers (Section Editor oof the 7th edition and major contributor to the 5-th, 6th, and 7th editions)
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