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    Lab Report 8

    School: Penn State

    Kristine Schoppe Chemistry 213 18 March 2008 Separation of Fluorene/Fluorenone Mixture by Column Chromatography Introduction Chromatography is the process of separating compounds using their chemical differences along with the differences of two phas

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    Exam1solution

    School: Penn State

    Course: Polymer Processing Technology

    MatSE 448 / ChE 442: Polymer Processing Technology Exam #1 February 13, 2013 R. H. Colby 100 points total Name: _ I acknowledge that cheating will result in a grade of zero for the examination, and may result in failing the course and/or referral to the O

  • 2 Pages Homework2_2013_solution
    Homework2_2013_solution

    School: Penn State

    Course: Polymer Processing Technology

    MatSE 448 / ChE 442 Spring 2013 HW# 2: Due Wed. Jan. 23 1. Compare and contrast the expected solid liquid transitions of amorphous polysulfone and semicrystalline isotactic polybutene, describing the physical changes that occur in the polymers on heating

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    Homework1_2013_solution

    School: Penn State

    Course: Polymer Processing Technology

    MatSE 448 / ChE 442 Spring 2013 HW# 1: Due Wed. Jan. 16 1. Explain why car tires cannot be recycled by simply melting the rubber and re-forming it as new tires. Car tires are chemically crosslinked rubber. A covalently crosslinked polymer is a kind of ela

  • 4 Pages Exam3Solution
    Exam3Solution

    School: Penn State

    Course: Polymer Processing Technology

    MatSE 448 / ChE 442: Polymer Processing Technology Exam 3 April 17, 2013 R. H. Colby 100 points total Name: _ I acknowledge that cheating will result in a grade of zero for the examination, and may result in failing the course and/or referral to the Offic

  • 5 Pages Exam2solution
    Exam2solution

    School: Penn State

    Course: Polymer Processing Technology

    MatSE 448 / ChE 442: Polymer Processing Technology Exam #2 March 20, 2013 R. H. Colby 100 points total Name: _ I acknowledge that cheating will result in a grade of zero for the examination, and may result in failing the course and/or referral to the Offi

  • 3 Pages Homework3_2013_solution
    Homework3_2013_solution

    School: Penn State

    Course: Polymer Processing Technology

    MatSE 448 / ChE 442 Spring 2013 HW 3: Due Wed. Jan. 30 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1. The total stress tensor (denoted or ) is the sum of the deviatoric stress tensor ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ and an isotropic component -P due to pressure. = - P is Kronecker delta ~ ~ ~ ~ a. Wr

  • 5 Pages Homework4_2013_solution
    Homework4_2013_solution

    School: Penn State

    Course: Polymer Processing Technology

    MatSE 448 / ChE 442 Spring 2013 HW 4: Due Wed. Feb. 6 1. Your company is designing a process for injection molding plastic cups of uniform wall thickness 1.0 mm, with dimensions shown below. The injection mold has 24 cavities. The combined time for ejecti

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