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Unformatted text preview: the point in which the river meets the lake. Assume that PFR = 10 and the velocity and flowrate of the river are constant and there is no decay of Fishkill. Label all important values, including concentrations. b. The river flows into a lake with CMFR = 500. The lake has one inflow and one outflow with equal flowrates ( V lake = 0). Using your graph from part a as the influent to the lake, draw a graph of the effluent concentrations of compound Fishkill from the lake. CEE 320 Discussion 6 March 3, 2010 c. Now assume that compound Fishkill is degraded over time according to a first order reaction with constant, k. Redraw the effluent graph, labeling the concentrations with the appropriate values....
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