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MT#2 - MIDTERM#2

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CEE 350 Environmental Pollution and Control Mid-Term Test #2 November 3, 2011 (Thursday) 7:10-9:10PM (120 Minutes) Closed Book, Closed Note, No cell phone on your desk Formulae are on the last page (100 points total) PART A. Short Answer Questions – Be succinct and get to the point – Write Legibly!! Each question is worth 10 points ( 2 questions, 20 points total) A1. Sketch/Draw a sequential layout (i.e., order of unit [processes/operations) for a typical RSF water treatment plant and label each unit [process/operation . (10 pts) A2. What is the commonality between a Gecko’s ability to stick on a ceiling, even upside- down and the attracting force among colloidal matters? (5 pts) Also, identify/name a specific water treatment unit process/operation that is highly dependent on this commonality. (5 pts) Page 1 of 9
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CEE 350 Environmental Pollution and Control Mid-Term Test #2 November 3, 2011 (Thursday) 7:10-9:10PM (120 Minutes) PART B . Short Computation Questions – Show all of your steps and write *legibly* 3 questions, 80 points total Keep only up to 2 digits
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