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March 2nd, 2012

Boil’s Laws — A Chemist’s View of Process Engineering

By Rich Byrnes | Comments (2)
Welcome to the ninth comic in the Boil's Laws comic strip series, brought to ChEnected by artist and chemical engineer Rich Byrnes. You can see a larger version here or the first in the series here. Read about the inspiration behind Boil's Laws here. Read all the comics here. [caption id="attachment_41924" align="aligncenter" width="475" caption="Click to enlarge"]A Chemist's View of Process Engineering[/caption]

Have you had to deal with a similar view of process engineering in your job?

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2 Responses to “Boil’s Laws — A Chemist’s View of Process Engineering”

  1. Rich Byrnes says:

    I hope my Chemist colleagues enjoy this skit in the good spirit that’s intended. In my experience, our Chemist friends can generate quite “unique” chemical formulations at a much faster rate than can be digested at the Process Development Plant level…… This challenge inspired my thoughts for the skit.

  2. ehorahan says:

    Brilliant!

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