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CBE231 Recitation #01 01.24.08 / 01.25.08 Calculate the reversible work done in compressing V = 1.0 ft 3 of liquid mercury at a temperature T = 32 o F from P 1 = 1 atm to P 2 = 3000 atm. You CANNOT assume that the isothermal compressibility is constant over this large pressure range. You may use this form of the isothermal compressibility at 32 o F … k [atm -1 ] = 3.9 • 10 -6 – 0.1 • 10 -9 P [atm] ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
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Unformatted text preview: Consider liquid acetone at T 1 = 20 o C and P 1 = 1 bar … b = 1.487 • 10-3 o C-1 k = 62 • 10-6 bar-1 n = 1.287 cm 3 /g (a) Find n ∂ ∂ T P for T 1 = 20 o C and P 1 = 1 bar. (b) What is the pressure increase from constant volume heating to T 2 = 30 o C? (c) What is the volume change [ T 1 , P 1 ] to [ T 2 = 0 o C, P 2 = 10 bar]?...
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