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Distilation - bottoms are Compositions(mole percent Feed Top Bottom.3 5.24-cresol 15 4.55 m-cresol 30 0.15 xylenols 20 100 100 Calculate the

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1) A liquid containing four components, A, B, C and D, with 0.3 mole fraction each of A, B and C  in the feed, is to be continuously fractionated to give a top product of 0.9 mole fraction A and 0.1  mole fraction B. The bottoms are to contain not more than 0.05 mole fraction A. Estimate the  minimum reflux ratio required for this separation, if the relative volatility of A to B is 2.0 - - - - = f d f d m x x x x R 1 1 1 1 α
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2) A liquor consisting of phenol and cresols with some xylenols is fractionated to give a top  product of 95.3 mole percent phenol. The compositions of the top product and of the phenol in the 
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Unformatted text preview: bottoms are: Compositions (mole percent) Feed Top Bottom Phenol 35 95.3 5.24-cresol 15 4.55 ___ m-cresol 30 0.15 ___ xylenols 20 ___ ___ ____ _______ _______ 100 100 _____ _______ ________ Calculate the material balance over the still for a feed of 100 kmol. 3)...
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course CHEM 3040 taught by Professor Reddy during the Spring '10 term at Taylor's.

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Distilation - bottoms are Compositions(mole percent Feed Top Bottom.3 5.24-cresol 15 4.55 m-cresol 30 0.15 xylenols 20 100 100 Calculate the

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