Elementary Principles 7 - 2.26 (a) 70.5 lb m / ft 3 ; 8.27...

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2- 7 2.26 (a) 705 ./ ; lb ft 8.27 10 in / lb m 3- 7 2 f × (b) 72 6 2 f 3 m 25 2 f 33 m 6 3 m 8.27 10 in 9 10 N 14.696 lb /in (70.5 lb /ft )exp lb m 1.01325 10 N/m 70.57 lb 35.3145 ft 1 m 1000 g 1.13 g ft m 10 cm 2.20462 lb ρ ⎡⎤ ×× ⎢⎥ = × ⎣⎦ == 3 /cm (c) ρρ lb ft g l b c m cm g 1 ft m 3 m 3 F H G I K J = = 1 28 317 453593 62 43 , . . PP P lb in N .2248 lb m m N 39.37 in f 2 f 2 22 2 F H G I K J × '. ' 01 1 145 10 2 4 × −− 62 43 8 27 10 145 10 113 120 10 74 1 0 .. e x p . . ' . e x p . ' di d i d i P e x p [ ( . ) ( . ) ]. = × × = 9 0 0 1 1 3 1 2 0 9 0 0 1 1 3 61 0 6 N/m g/cm 2 3 2.27 (a) V V V cm in 28,317 cm in 3 3 ' .' 1728 16 39 ; tt sh r bg b g = 3600 ⇒= 16 39 3600 0 06102 3600 e x p ' . e x p Vt V t (b) The t in the exponent has a coefficient of s -1 . 2.28 (a) 300 . mol / L, 2.00 min -1 (b) tC C =⇒ = 03 0 0 . . exp[(-2.00)(0)] = 3.00 mol / L t =1 exp[(-2.00)(1)] = 0.406 mol / L
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course CHEMICAL E 312 taught by Professor Cheung during the Fall '11 term at The University of Akron.

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