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hi how can i get extra problems in mass transfer of chemical engineering in which they are the same subject in the book chemical engineering volume 2 free only please??

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Alikhaleel -would you please provide the author and/or publisher. There are a few Chemical Engineering Mass Transfer books out there.
thanks but i want problems extra problems that provided by teachers or some people who care in mass transfer i mean i want to develop my self by solving these problems if you know a place i'll be very thankful to you ....thank you ....but the subjects of the problems in relationship with the book of j r backhurst and j h harker with j f rechardson please help me to find extra problems that related to this book
If you are looking for a book, Geankoplis is an excellent reference. If you are looking for questions just to answer, usually you can ask older student for previous years homework problems

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