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Unformatted text preview: o i l o i l w a t e r 1 f t 3 f t o i l o i l o i l w a t e r 1 f t 3 f t o i l University of California Santa Barbara Department of Chemical Engineering ChE10: Introduction to Chemical Engineering Professor Mike Gordon, Fall 2009 Homework #2 : due Monday Oct. 12, 2009 (1) Felder & Rousseau #2.42 (2) Felder & Rousseau #3.3 (3) Felder & Rousseau #3.9 (4) Given the manometer situation on the right, what is the density of the oil in [ lb m /ft 3 ]? (5) Felder & Rousseau #3.16 (6) Felder & Rousseau #3.20 *** Draw and fully label your flowsheet! *** (7) A gas stream containing 18 mol % hexane (C 6 H 14 ) with balance N 2 is fed to a condenser where the temperature is reduced. The condensate (pure hexane) leaves from the bottom of the condenser at 1.5 L/min with the rest of the gas leaving the top. The hexane mole fraction in the overhead gas stream is 0.05. The specific gravity of hexane is 0.659 and the molecular weight is 86 [g/gmol]....
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