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HW12 - Strawberry Sherbet to consist of water only Use the...

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1) You take a full one-pint container of Strawberry Sherbet Ice Cream from your freezer.  You would like to take two portions out of it, but it is too hard cut with a spoon. So you  put it in the microwave to warm it up a little. By accident you program the microwave to  20 minutes, not 20 seconds. Using Excel (or similar software) plot the temperature of  your ’ice cream’ as a function of time. Create bar graphs at 0,5,10,15,20 minutes of the  fraction of ‘ice cream’ being liquid, solid, and gaseous. For simplicity, assume your 
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Unformatted text preview: Strawberry Sherbet to consist of water only. Use the correct wattage of your microwave. 2) The substance typically referred to as ‘ether’ has a boiling point of 35 deg C at ambient conditions and a heat of vaporization of 27.5 kJ/mol. What is the molecular structure of ether? If you leave a bottle of ether open inside a container which is initially filled with air and kept at constant ambient pressure, at which temperature will 50% of the air (by partial pressure) be ether?...
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