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RQ10 - C f all 2010 R eading Quiz R Q10 H arrison Ch...

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CHEN 4820 fall 2010 Reading Quiz RQ10 Harrison Ch 10 (drying) Pledge: On my honor, I have neither given nor received aid on this quiz. Print name: _________________________________________ Signature: __________________________________________ Quiz: Q1. There are two forms of water found in solids undergoing drying, “free” and “bound”. Put “bound” next to the statements that apply to bound water, and put “free” next to the statements that apply to free water. bound It has the lower vapor pressure of the two forms of water. free Its vapor pressure is the same as the vapor pressure of pure water ( no solids present) free This form of water is in the void space between solid particles bound This form of water is in solutions with high solute concentrations Q2. Put “yes” next to the statements that apply to a psychrometric chart for water in air. Otherwise, put “no”. no It shows how the moisture content of a given solid depends on the relative humidity of the air above it. yes It shows how the humidity of saturated air depends on temperature no The same chart applies to any total system pressure.
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