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Chemical Engineering 141- Thermodynamics Midterm Examination 2 Thursday, April 22, 2010 This is a closed-book and closed-notes exam. No other materials will be allowed. Additionally, no calculators or any other electronic devices will be allowed. There will be no formula sheet given. In summary, you will only need a pen or a pencil to write with. Exam Coverage: All lecture notes, including, Thursday, April 15, 2010 Notes Chapters 1-11 in Smith, Van Ness, and Abbott Question Topics: 1. You are given a mixture of components 1 and 2 on your first day of work at A. Z. O. Trope Corporation. You know nothing initially, except that you need to separate these species, and you find a notebook that shows the values of their activity coefficients in a binary system of 1 and 2. 2. This question will consist of short questions directly from the homework assignments in this
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Unformatted text preview: course. 3. You and friend decide to go on vacation. You manage to rent a cabin high in the Rockies for some skiing. While staying there, you get hungry, and decide to cook dinner. Being a poor college student, you decide to cook some pasta. You fill a pot with some water, and set it on the stove to boil. The pot you pick just happens to have a thermometer and calorimeter attached to it. At some point, the water begins to boil. You consider adding a little bit of oil to the water, to prevent the pasta from clumping, but decide not to, but your roommate might decide otherwise. Its quite cold up in the Rockies in winter, so you worry about the pipes freezing over. If that does happen, you could always use ice form outside to get water for cooking, but gas is expensive, so you would prefer another way to melt the ice if possible....
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