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The Reactor Lab is a didactic software program that provides simulations of a variety of chemical reactors. Students can actively learn about chemical reactions and reactors by performing experiments and analyzing data – quickly, safely, and inexpensively. The program can be downloaded free of charge and is available for most computers and in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. The Lab is not a general purpose simulator.

Those who have used the Lab range from high school chemistry students to chemical engineering university and graduate students, to professionals in industry. Little or no training is required for operation of the lab because of its consistent design. In addition, information about each object is displayed at the bottom of the window as the cursor passes over that object.

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  • Chemical Engineering posted: Jul 20 2009 at 12:06 pm

    Good resource, thanks for information

  • Admin posted: Jul 24 2009 at 3:19 pm

    Nice to see you here. Very interesting blog you’ve got (but I thought a little confused ’cause of Google Ads inside the texts so that reading becomes hard).
    I added a link to yours in my blog… I don’t know why but I couldn’t comment in ChemPro’s blog.

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