Cheme140-99-mt1-unkn - B should be in terms of k C BO C AO and v(15 e What is the molar concentration of compound C in the L 2 phase after 4

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(10) a) What is your control volume? (15) b) What is the rate expression for the production of C (r C )? Remember that the reaction is elementary. (30) c) Perform a species mass balance on B and find dC B /dt for short times after mixing (i.e. v is a constant). (Hint: check your units!) (20) d) Solve the differential equation for C B in the L 2 phase as a function of time. C
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Unformatted text preview: B should be in terms of k, C BO , C AO , and v. (15) e) What is the molar concentration of compound C in the L 2 phase after 4 minutes of mixing? (10) f) What variable in your answer to (d) could easily be used to change the time required to reach a desired conversion at a given temperature? Physically, how could you change that variable?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2010 for the course CHEME 120A taught by Professor Gilman during the Spring '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Cheme140-99-mt1-unkn - B should be in terms of k C BO C AO and v(15 e What is the molar concentration of compound C in the L 2 phase after 4

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