2800 HW 4

2800 HW 4 - 8. Book problem 16.10 9. Book problem 16.24 Use...

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CH EN 2800 – Fundamentals of Process Engineering Spring 2008 HOMEWORK #4 Due Wednesday, February 20, 2007 Please… show your work write legibly and not in micro-font circle or put a box around your final answer 1. Book problem 13.13 2. Book problem 13.22 3. Book problem 13.37 4. Book problem 14.5 Do not use the ideal gas law here. 5. Book problem 14.12 Do not use the ideal gas law here. 6. Book problem 15.5 Also solve this one using the ideal gas law, in addition to R-K and SRK. See the difference? 7. Book problem 16.2
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Unformatted text preview: 8. Book problem 16.10 9. Book problem 16.24 Use the "Physical Properties" program on the CD included with the book for the following problems. 10. Find the following properties for phenol: a. boiling point (°F) b. critical temperature (K) c. critical pressure (bar) d. ascentric factor e. density of liquid phenol at 200°F 11. Find the following properties for sulfur trioxide: a. molecular weight (lb/lbmol) b. boiling point (°F) c. critical temperature (K) d. critical pressure (bar) e. ascentric factor...
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2009 for the course CHEM 2800 taught by Professor Process during the Spring '08 term at Utah.

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