Example Of Reversible Reaction
The program determines the constants Rmax and Km of the Michaelis-Menten model using data given in Fundamentals of Chemical Reaction Engineering by M. E. Davis & R. J. Davis, McGraw Hill, 2003. This data represents the substrate (catechol) concentration versus time. This data was obtained using...
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A reaction object contains parameters that describe a chemical reaction scheme in terms of reagents, reaction steps, rate constants and equilibrium constants. The reaction can be evaluated to provide concentrations of species as a function of time and starting concentration. The reaction can also...
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Explore what makes a reaction happen by colliding atoms and molecules. Design experiments with different reactions, concentrations, and temperatures. When are reactions reversible? What affects the rate of a reaction?
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Demo-version of Satellite Map of Zurich is an example of how a person living in a megapolis today can use space technologies. A Quick Bird satellite shot is used as the cartographic basis. Face the reality! Your dreams are coming true with satellite maps from Transnavi.com. In the demo-version...
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Java::Import::Examples is an example of how to use Java::Import to call into Java classes. Making RMI calls from Perl One nice thing about Java is the extremely straight forward manner in which it allows you to make calls to remote objects residing on distant servers. Many people use this...
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Langtons Ant project is an example of a finite-state cellular automata. The ant (or ants) start out on a grid. Each cell is either black or white. If the ant is on a black square, it turns right 90° and moves forward one unit. If the ant is on a white square, it turns left 90° and moves...
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if else example is a basic example of an if then else control structure.
Platforms: Windows, Mac, *nix, PHP, BSD Solaris
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Breadth first traversal of tree script is an example of the self-recursive generators. The first argument should be the tree root; children should be a function taking as argument a tree node and returning an iterator of the node's children.
Platforms: Windows, Mac, *nix, Python, BSD Solaris
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This script is an example of how to use the winreg module. The code had the first purpose of demonstrating the concept of a graphical shell built in Python. The shell was easily modified to make use of the Window's registry but retains traces of its original method of operation.
Platforms: Windows, Python,
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This script will automatically return the next integer. It starts with 0. This is an example of how to make a generator and how to make a callable object.
Platforms: Windows, Mac, *nix, Python, BSD Solaris
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This model shows an example of a conventional vehicle electrical system model, which was shown in the webinar "Developing Accurate Battery Simulation Models" http://www.mathworks.com/wbnr37544. The model is intended to study component sizing, selection, and control. The electrical system model...
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Based on the concept of the Taylor Table given in Fundamentals of Computational Fluid Dynamics by Lomax, Pulliam, and Zingg.Given the terms of the point operator, "TaylorTable" will determine the coefficients of the terms which minimizes the Taylor series error. It will also determine the Taylor...
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This is an end to end example of how to use Builder NE (.NET Builder) to create a full web application that utilizes data and WebFigures to display MATLAB Figurues on the Web in an interactive way.This example shows the "Magic Square" function in MATLAB where a user can specify the size of the...
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This is the first example of Computational Physics, Modeling and Simulating a Physical SystemsEx1: Kepler's Laws
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This zip file contains an example of some resources to help engineering students learn MATLAB. They comprise a flash file with voiceover (select player.html to run this) which will discuss some of the m-files also included. The example included is for an introduction to control, but there are...
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This is an end to end example of how to use Builder JA (Java Builder) to create a full web application that utilizes data and WebFigures to display MATLAB Figurues on the Web in an interactive way.This example shows the "Magic Square" function in MATLAB where a user can specify the size of the...
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This is a simple example of how nested functions can simplify the writing of callback functions for writing continuously-running applications. Callback functions are used by timer objects and the various objects in the Test & Measurement Toolboxes (Data Acquisition Toolbox, Instrument Control...
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This very simple example of L1 minimization is reproduced for implementation on matlab. The original example was posted on Rip's AppliedMathematics Blog on March 28, 2011 entitled "Compressed Sensing: the L1norm finds sparse solutions".One needs to download the L1-MAGIC package in order to...
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Interactivity with Flash: An Example Application is just a simple example of the type of interactivity you can create in Flash CS3 and then deploy to AIR. Developer comments The application logic forms the basis to build an interactive game - such as the maze game i posted a few days ago. All...
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The classic game of Chain Reaction! It's a simple yet challenging puzzle game - tap once to start a chain reaction and hope you pop and explode all the dots. This game may seem simple at first, but can you get three stars on all the levels? Chain Reaction includes the classic and casual style...
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