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Spectroscopy and combustion theory.
A. G. Gaydon
by Chapman and Hall
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Spectroscopy and Combustion Theory With a foreword by Sir Alfred Egerton. Authors: Gaydon, Alfred GordonBrand: Springer US. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gaydon, A.G. (Alfred Spectroscopy and combustion theory.
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Written primarily by researchers who were Professor Penner's doctorate students during the last four decades, the articles consist of original contributions as well as previously published papers that provide important insights into combustion, spectroscopy, and energy problems.
The book presents derivations of the basic equations of combustion theory and contains appendices on the background of subjects of thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, fluid dynamics, and transport processes.
Diffusion flames, reactions in flows. Combustion Theory delves deeper into the science of combustion than most other texts and gives insight into combustions from a molecular and a continuum point of view.
The book presents derivations of the basic equations of combustion theory and contains appendices on the background of subjects of thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, fluid.
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The book is divided into two main sections: the first one concerning. Spectroscopy and Combustion Theory. (Second and Revised Edition.). Gaydon, A.G.: London: Chapman and Hall Ltd. pp., 13 fig., 4 pl.
25s. Spectroscopy Vibrational spectroscopy includes several different techniques, the most important of which are mid-infrared (IR), near-IR, and Raman spectroscopy. Both mid-IR and Raman spectroscopy provide characteristic fundamental vibrations that are employed for the eluci-dation of molecular structure and are the topic of this chapter.The book begins with an introduction to the general problems of making measurements in high temperature and a presentation of chemically reacting flow systems.
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