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This argument allows the user to give the distribution of the polymer as a function argument.
The most important use of this is when calculations are linked.
For example a separation process can be modeled by linking a series of isenthalpic flashes where the composition of each phase is used as input to the next calculation. The distribution will then change for each phase.
There are 5 types of accepted input:
#1 A row with new mass fractions. The molar masses are taken from the project sheet.
#2 A column with new mass fractions. The molar masses are taken from the project sheet.
#3 Two rows with a number of columns. Both molar masses and mass fractions are given by user.
#4 Two columns with a number of rows. Both molar masses and mass fractions are given by user.
#5 A string with a range like one of the 4 types above. Example: M1:N2
The code does not understand a range given as: =M1:N2. The equal sign (=) has to be removed.