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10-04-10_notes - Single-phase systems Up until now, all of...

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1/27/11 Single-phase systems Up until now, all of the info we need about a system has been ____________________ ____________ From now on, we may have to _______ various characteristics of the species with which we are working For example, if we are working with a vapor, its _________________________with
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1/27/11 Liquid and Solid Densities Most liquids and solids are ____________ . That means changes in temperature and pressure don’t alter their density significantly. _______________________ is the best way to determine the density of liquid and solid mixtures. Two mathematical methods are
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1/27/11 Liquid and Solid Densities ________________ – assume that the volume of a mixture is exactly the sum of each components volume and remembering that masses are additive _______________ of the of the
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1/27/11 Ideal Gases There are not tables for the densities or specific volumes of gases Need an equation to relate the _________ _ ___________________ – if two are known we can calculate the third These equations are known as ________ ___________ – they relate the ____________
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1/27/11 Ideal Gas Law Simplest and most widely used EOS is the _______________ ___________ Adequate for many calculations at ____ __________________ Assumes that molecules don’t interact with one another and have negligible volume
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Ideal Gas Law 1 mole of an ideal gas occupies __________ Ideal gas is an approximation that works best at temperatures __________________ _________________________
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2011 for the course CHE 2171 taught by Professor Wetzel during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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10-04-10_notes - Single-phase systems Up until now, all of...

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