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Steampak computes the thermodynamic and transport properties of steam and water to accuracies compatible with the International Steam Tables. Steampak also offers a powerful process calculator.

The main features of the software are:

  • Vapor pressure, specific volume, specific heats, enthalpy, entropy, latent heat, conductivity and viscosity
  • All properties for liquid and vapor phases versus temperature and pressure, saturated or unsaturated conditions
  • Calculation of adiabatic flash, isentropic and non-isentropic processes
  • US or Metric units

 

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Green Chemistry Expert System (GCES) PDF Print E-mail
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Software - Chemistry

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The Green Chemistry Expert System (GCES) is a stand-alone computer program that can be used to select green chemicals and reactions. Green chemistry is the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use or generation of hazardous substances. This new approach to pollution prevention is the central focus of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) Green Chemistry Program.

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ACD/ChemSketch PDF Print E-mail
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Software - Chemistry

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Visualize a chemically intelligent drawing interface that provides a portal to an entire range of analytical tools, and facilitates the transformation of structural or analytical data into professional, easy-to-decipher reports or presentations.

Advanced Chemistry Development, Inc., (ACD/Labs) has developed such an interface, and has integrated it with every desktop software module they produce. To date, over 800,000 chemists have incorporated ACD/Labs' chemical drawing and graphics package, ACD/ChemSketch, into their daily routines. Academic institutions worldwide have adopted this software as an interactive teaching tool to simplify and convey chemistry concepts to their students, and publishing bodies such as Thieme, the publisher of Science of Synthesis, consider it to be "...supportive of the organic chemistry publisher's role, both in the construction of compounds and their basic analysis."

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