2800 HW 4 - SOLUTIONS

2800 HW 4 - SOLUTIONS - (the program shows "ml"...

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CH EN 280 0 Fundamentals of Process Engineering Spring 200 8 Solutions to Homework # 4 (Due February 20 , 200 8 )
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10 . Find the following properties for phenol: a. boiling point (°F) 105 °F (you must convert from K to °F) b. critical temperature (K) 692.9 K c. critical pressure (bar) 61.30 bar d. ascentric factor 0.438 (dimensionless) e. density of liquid phenol at 200°F 1.28 g/ml
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Unformatted text preview: (the program shows "ml" only, but it's g/ml) 11 . Find the following properties for sulfur trioxide: a. molecular weight (lb/lbmol) 80.058 lb/lbmol (same as g/mol) b. boiling point (F) 112 F (you must convert from K to F) c. critical temperature (K) 491 K d. critical pressure (bar) 82.53 bar e. ascentric factor 0.41 (dimensionless)...
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2800 HW 4 - SOLUTIONS - (the program shows "ml"...

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