CHE 2171 Exam #2 Study Guide (F2015)

# CHE 2171 Exam #2 Study Guide (F2015) - CHE 2171 Chemical...

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CHE 2171 – Chemical Engineering Fundamentals: Material and Energy Balances, Fall 2015 STUDY GUIDE FOR Exam #2 The test will be open textbook and closed notes/coursepack/workbook and will cover through Chapter 6.2 of the textbook. The questions and problems listed below are intended as a guide to help you study. However, note that any fundamental concepts or methods in the text may show up on the test, even if they don't appear explicitly below (unit conversions, for instance). Even though the test is open book, you are strongly advised to annotate your textbook by using tabs or other devices to highlight key equations and data. Otherwise you'll waste a lot of time hunting for those things during the test . Graphing calculators ARE allowed on the exams. You may NOT write solutions to homework, Sapling, or problem session problems in the book. If you have a binder ready version of the textbook, you may NOT include any other material in the binder besides the course text (including but not limited too course notes, the syllabus, graded problem sets, problem session examples, etc.). If you are found to be in possession of this material during the exam you will receive a grade of zero on the exam. “Test Yourself” questions and questions from homework problems Explanations. Be able to briefly and clearly explain each of the following in your own words: o Recycle (and its purpose). Purge stream (and its purpose). o Fractional conversion of a limiting reactant. Percentage excess of a reactant. Theoretical requirement of an excess reactant. Yield of a reaction. Overall vs. Single-pass conversion.

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