ChE 461/ChE 561, Spring 2011
Final Exam Questions
Closed Book, Closed Notes, Closed Neighbors
Answer any 5 questions, each question worth 20 points
1. Assume that you can use the following equation relating protein solubility to salt concentration
ln [Pro
ChE 461/ChE 561, Spring 2011
Final Exam Questions
Closed Book, Closed Notes, Closed Neighbors from this list
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1. Assume that you can use the following equation relating protein solubility to s
ChE 461/ChE 561, Spring 2012
Exam II
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 3 Questions for 100 Points
1. (30 points) A 1.0 liter solution of 0.010 mole phenol in water is brought in equilibrium with 5
grams of activated charcoal with the following adso
ChE 461/ChE 561, Spring 2011
Exam II
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 4 Questions for 100 Points
1. (25 points) Assume that you can use the following equation relating protein solubility to salt
concentration
ln [Protein Solubility] = A m [Salt Co
ChE 461/ChE 561, Spring 2013
Exam I
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 3 Questions for 100 Points
1. (40 points) Consider the ltration of a slurry in H2 O. The lter had an area of 420 cm2 , the
mass of solid per unit volume of ltrate is 22.6 grams/l
ChE 461/ChE 561, Spring 2012
Exam I
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 3 Questions for 100 Points
1. (35 points) Consider the ltration of a CaCO3 slurry in H2 O. The lter area was 440 cm2 ,
the mass of solid per unit volume of ltrate is 23.6 grams/l
ChE 461/ChE 561, Spring 2011
Exam I
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 3 Questions for 75 Points
1. (25 points) Consider the ltration of streptomyces from an erythromycin broth. Using a test
lter, we nd the following data for a broth containing the