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ChE 381 Exam 3 April 5 th , 2013 Page 1 of 5 Your Initials: I understand that academic integrity is expected of all Iowa State University Students and I pledge that I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this examination. I am sitting in the seat that was assigned to me for this exam. Name (print) __________________________ Signature_____________________________ Date____________ Note: copies of Tables from appendix E (generalized correlation) are available at the front of the room.
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ChE 381 Exam 3 April 5 th , 2013 Page 2 of 5 Your Initials: 1. 30 points total Given a gaseous mixture of 25 mol% acetone (A) and 75 mol% diethyl ether (E) at 600K, 37bar, find the fugacity, fugacity coefficient and residual Gibbs energy of each component in the mixture, assuming ideal solution behavior. Do not interpolate. Acetone: T c = 500K, P c = 47 bar, = 0.3 Diethyl ether: T c = 470K, P c = 35 bar, = 0.3
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ChE 381 Exam 3 April 5 th , 2013 Page 3 of 5 Your Initials: 2. 40 points You have been asked to model a mixture of two known species (S and T) at a specified temperature (T, K) and pressure (P, kPa). Show all relevant equations, indicate which values are known and show where
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