HW11s10 - COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT...

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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN Department of Chemical Engineering•Austin, Texas 78712-1062•(512)471-5238•FAX(512)471-7060 ChE 210 Homework 11 Due: Friday, April 23 REMINDER: QUIZ II MONDAY APRIL 19 This assignment will test your understanding of basic plotting capabilities in MATLAB. Correct use of MATLAB “dot” operators is also necessary. The DIPPR database, available through the Chemistry Library site, is used to extract temperature dependent data. Remember the rules of good graphics. The first page of your document should contain your name, HW11, course, and date. Multiple sheets must be stapled. Print a copy of all MATLAB command or scripts used to solve these problems and the plots. 1. The liquid density of a pure substance is a weak function of its temperature. Experimental data and a model equation of liquid density can be found in the DIPPR database. For this problem do the following: a. Find the DIPPR entry for naphthalene. b. From the Property Constants page record the molecular weight.
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