CHAP 9 objectives

CHAP 9 objectives - 10. Sketch P-x-y and T-x-y diagrams and...

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CHEN 3320: CHE Thermodynamics Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering John L. Falconer ——————————————————————————————————————— Learning Objectives : Chapter 9, Sections 9.1 – 9.6, 9.8 (Elliott-Lira) By the end of this chapter you should be able to: 1. Explain the physical meaning of a partial molar quantity. 2. Calculate partial molar quantities. 3. Explain what chemical potential is. 4. Explain criteria that are used to determine phase equilibrium for multicomponent mixtures. 5. Calculate a mixture property from partial molar properties and composition. 6. Calculate activity and activity coefficients 7. Determine conditions for an azeotrope and explain the problems created when a system has an azeotrope. 8. Explain the concept of property changes of mixing. 9. Explain positive or negative deviations from Raoult’s law in terms of molecular interactions
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Unformatted text preview: 10. Sketch P-x-y and T-x-y diagrams and interpret such diagrams and determine what compositions correspond to phases in equilibrium. 11. Apply the lever rule to a two-phase region of a P-x-y or T-x-y diagram. 12. Apply Henrys law relations to calculate amounts dissolved in liquid phases. 13. Calculate liquid phase fugacities for non-ideal solutions 14. Explain the assumptions in Raoults low. 15. Calculate equilibrium compositions and/or equilibrium pressures for ideal solutions and ideal gases (Raoults law). 16. Calculate bubble points and dew points (both temperature and pressure) using Raoults law. 17. Apply Raoults law to flash calculations. 18. Calculate fugacities of each component in an ideal gas mixture. 19. Calculate for an ideal solution, the enthalpy of mixing, the entropy of mixing, the volume of mixing, and the Gibbs free energy of mixing. 20. Predict which mixtures can be treated as ideal solutions....
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