Exam 4 F12 - ChE 381 Exam 4 Page 1 of 5 I understand that...

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ChE 381 Exam 4 December 10, 2012 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. Name (print) __________________________ Signature_____________________________ Date____________
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ChE 381 Exam 4 December 10, 2012 Page 2 of 5 Your Initials: 1. 35 points total The following organic reaction is allowed to reach equilibrium at 5.0 bar A (l) + 2B (l) C (l) + 3D (l) For this reaction, G 0 298 and H 0 298 are known. The molecular structures, critical temperatures, critical pressures and densities are all known. Heat capacities and Pitzer accentric factors are not known. The reaction is started with stoichiometric amounts of each reactant and no products. The goal of this problem is to explain how you would identify the necessary operating temperature so that product C is present as 15 mol% of the solution at equilibrium. Include a brief explanation of how to account for non- ideal behavior.
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