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cie 341 midterm - EnvironmentalEngineering:Final

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Environmental Engineering: Final INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES FOR CIE 341 After finishing Topic 1 (Introduction), you should be able to: Define/explain the following terms: Qualitative Quantitative Engineering Environmental engineering
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Systems approach Sustainability After finishing Topic 2 (Chemistry), you should be able to: Define/explain the following terms: Element Compound Mole
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Reactants Products Molar Equivalent solutions Acid Base
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Normality Henry’s Law Half-life Buffering Alkalinity Compare and contrast the three types of equivalent reactions.
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Define the reacting coefficient (Z) for equivalent reactions. Calculate equivalent weights of compounds. Calculate molarity, gram molecular weight, normality, and pH.
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Balance redox reactions. Write equilibrium expressions for water and weak acids and bases. Compare and contrast weak and strong acids and bases and be able to identify  each.
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Perform calculations using the Henderson-Hasselbach Equation. Use Henry’s Law to determine the concentration of gases in liquids. Calculate the percent dissolved oxygen concentration of waters. List and name the four components of the carbonate system.
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Calculate alkalinity using each of the three expressions for alkalinity. Determine the change in alkalinity upon addition of different compounds to water. Differentiate between zero and first order reactions.
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Solve problems using the equilibrium expressions for zero and first order  reactions. Calculate half-life. Calculate the value of rate constants at various temperatures. After finishing Topic 3 (Mass and Energy Balances), you should be able to:
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Define/explain the following terms: Conservative substance 1 st  law of thermodynamics Steady-state conservative system Control volume Residence time Energy Power
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Output power Enthalpy Reactors (batch and flow) CSTR Plug flow Explain what can happen to system inputs. Define a system for mass and energy balance problems.
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Use the mass balance equation to solve materials balance problems. Make simplifications to the mass balance equation. Calculate residence time Use conversion factors to convert energy units.
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Solve energy balance problems. Calculate input power and efficiency of energy systems. Solve mass balance equations that include transformations.
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After finishing Topic 4 (Biology and Ecosystems), you should be able to: Define/explain the following terms: Biology Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Primary producers
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Net primary productivity (NPP) Photosynthesis Respiration Anaerobic respiration Food web Ecosystem Ecological redox sequence Primary consumers Secondary consumers
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Turnover Stratification Epilimnion Metalimnion Hypolimnion Liebig’s Law of the Minimum Oligotrophic
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Mesotrophic Eutrophic  Eutrophication Cultural eutrophication
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