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Unformatted text preview: GRADE I = % 1) a)(IOpts) One mole of benzene is mixed with two moles of toluene at 60C. The sanitation vapor
pressure of benzene is 51.3kPa and toluene is 18.5kPa. Assuming an ideal solution, at what is the pressure of this mixture. At what external pressure will this mixture just begin to boil? What will the composition of the vapor he at this pressure? ‘ . _ .
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beenzene). Plot two lines  the total pressure and the rough composition of the vapor. Include i” “anigmww .s. .0.“ for both liquids. This graph was not in the set of homework. ..bui1d it now. i , J a' sense gees Pailﬂags I
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2) (15 pts) Draw a tiii‘ggéémponent liquid system— temperature vs mole ﬁaction—— phase diagram. The system is immiscible at the lowest temperahrre on the diagram beginning at 0.1XA and ending at 0.9XA. Both
liquids are miscible above 50K. The boiling point of A is
100K, B 150 K and form a maximmn boiling azeotrope at 200K at XA= 0.25. Marked points — need not be to perfect
scale. DO # 3 or 4 Cross off the one you do not what graded ~ if not indicated we will. grade #4 only
3) We know that = ~§ (note: S per mole).
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4) a) (10 pts) Below IS the phase diagram for sulfur. Remembenng Clausms Clapyeron, create a P
vs. T equation for the temperature of the solidsolid transition between solid rhombic and solid monoelinie sulfur. Write the Clausius Clapyeron equation for the two solid phase tansiﬁon '—
assume AH and AV are constants. Integrate your equation between T] and T2 €33: +7) at?” av
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a) (10 pts) What is the vapor pressure of octane (MW = 114.2 gfmoi) at a summer temperature of 105F(314 K)? I R) w ‘ ‘ 6
A ? AW? meta 4) )ﬁ{a} ﬂ? 3’53 “ 8:3»: Watt; Eiszezgissgi . We You are storing gasoline in a 1,000,000 gallon [1.0 US gallon = 3.78 liters) abeve~ground storage
tank. The tank has been pumped out, but some small amount of liquid remains at the bottom of the
task (assume the vapors are still in equilibrium with the liquid.) b) (10 pts) How many galions of liquid octane are left in the gas phase? ( him: assume the vapors are
an ideal gas and calculate the number of moies present. Densiﬁof Hquid octane = 0.703 glee 1000 cc=1.01iters. u U ” E3 (5 ((01,332. 3’73
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gm“ fiiiing your tank. I
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6) Consider the equilibrium N204 (g) <=> 2 N02 (:3)
WW'WWMW‘ex , 'PSW ubknown amount of N20;1 1h aunt of If?) The system comes to
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X (12 in water) AM? was fig: ﬁfth 72mm; Den've this experimental relationship by doing the following: ‘$,
é?  Write [.L for [2 dissolved in water (assume ideal mixtur A135?!" Write p. for £2 dissolved in CCi4 (assume ideal ' e I 3 ii
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points. Some circles can be left biank. A) region of complete solubility
B) highest temperature where both liquids
completely mix C) TIE LINE D & E) two solutions formed at X= 0.6 @ 700
F 8:. G) two solutions formed at X: 0.3 @700 For the solutions formed at X: 0.7 which A) eutectic B) liquid region C) melting point of A D) two phase (solid + liq) region
E) two phase {solid + solid) legion Compute ( give a rough numerical answer)
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