O.xylene: O-xylene reaction data

Description Format Source Examples

Description

The O.xylene data frame has 57 rows and 4 columns of data on a chemical engineering experiment.

Format

This data frame contains the following columns:

oxygen

a numeric vector giving the oxygen partial pressure.

o.xyl

a numeric vector giving the O.xylene partial pressure.

temp

a numeric vector giving the temperature (Kelvins).

rate

a numeric vector giving the rate of reaction.

Source

Bates and Watts (1998), Nonlinear Regression Analysis and Its Applications, Wiley (Appendix A1.6).

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str(O.xylene)
tempf <- with(O.xylene, ordered(temp))
levels(tempf) <- paste(levels(tempf), "K")
Oxygen <- with(O.xylene, equal.count(oxygen))
O.xyl <- with(O.xylene, equal.count(o.xyl))
xyplot(rate ~ o.xyl | Oxygen * tempf, O.xylene,
       type = c("g", "p"), aspect = 'xy',
       xlab = "O.xylene partial pressure",
       ylab = "Reaction rate")
xyplot(rate ~ o.xyl | Oxygen, O.xylene, groups = tempf,
       type = c("g", "p"), aspect = 2.5,
       xlab = "O.xylene partial pressure",
       ylab = "Reaction rate",
       auto.key = list(space = "right"))
xyplot(rate ~ oxygen | O.xyl, O.xylene, groups = tempf,
       type = c("g", "p"), aspect = 2.5,
       xlab = "Oxygen partial pressure",
       ylab = "Reaction rate",
       auto.key = list(space = "right"))

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