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Unformatted text preview: diameter of the tube d, the temperature T, and the pressure P. The measurable is the Intensity of visible laser light measured by the detector. The excimer is firing at a steady rate of 50 pulses per second and its average power of 5 W appears to be constant over the course of the experiment. The incident intensity of the visible (probe) laser beam is also constant in time. Assuming that the system is perfectly 1 dimensional (perfectly mixed in the radial direction), and making any other clearly stated assumptions you think appropriate, write an equation for the variation in the concentration of C 6 H 5 OO at the position of the probe laser beam as a function of L, P, T, and the mass flow rates. Do we have enough information to determine k 1 ? If so, tell how you would determine it from the data you have. If not, tell what additional data you need. How would you carry out the experiments?...
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