Fitting_Equation_to_Data

Fitting_Equation_to_Data - T(oK) P*(mm Hg) 98.5 371.7 1...

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ChE131/141L Fitting a Straight Line to Data Fall 2006 C.L. Caenepeel This data may be curve fit with either of the following two models: Clausius Clapeyron Equation Antoine Equation Assume that you are given vapor pressure as a function of temperature data. 2. Apply your above methods to the following data for 1-chlorotetradecane at several temperatures. T(oC)
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Unformatted text preview: T(oK) P*(mm Hg) 98.5 371.7 1 131.8 405.0 5 148.2 421.4 10 166.2 439.4 20 199.8 473.0 60 215.5 488.7 100 3. State what you would plot to get a straight line if experimental (x,y) data are to be correlated by the following relations and what the slope and intercept would be in terms of the relation parameters. 1. Vapor Pressure (P* in mm Hg) of a pure liquid is a strong function of temperature (T oK C) T A ke P / *-= C T A B P +-= 10 * [ ] 1 1 3 2 / ) ) 3 ( ) 1 )( )--- + =-= + = x b ax y iii x a y ii ae y i x c ron Equation. ation....
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2008 for the course CHE 131L taught by Professor Caenepeel during the Fall '06 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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