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S16 Biology 110 Unit 3 Exam (Ch 10-13)
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) The fact that all seven of the pea plant traits studied by Mendel obeyed the principle of
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F15 Biology 110 Unit 3 Exam (Ch10-14)
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) In the cross AaBbCc AaBbCc, what is the probability of producing the genotype AABBCC?
A)
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F15 BIOLOGY 110. Fundamentals of Biology I - Unit 3 Exam Essays
25 points (27.5 points possible)
1. (+7) In fruit flies, the genes are named by the consequences of a mutation
and a dominant allele is indicated with a +. For example in the
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Review Activities for Exam 1 (Chapters 16)
What do carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids have in common? How are they different?
Part A. Answer the questions, then use your answers to develop simple rules for
identifying carbohydrates, lipids
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F16 Biology 110 Unit 2 Exam (Ch5-9)
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) Which of the following is an example of only potential rather than kinetic energy?
A)
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F16 Biology 110 Unit 1 Exam (Ch1-4)
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) Charles Darwin proposed that "descent with modification" resulted when organisms of a
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Section:
F15 BIOLOGY 110. Fundamentals of Biology I - Unit 1 Exam
Essays
25 points (26.5 points possible)
1. (+2) List the all types of bonds/interactions that hold together or stabilize
the following levels of protein structure:
a. Primary_Peptide
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F15 Biology 110 Unit 1 Exam (Ch1-5)
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) The difference in lipid and protein composition between the membranes of the endomembrane
syst
1. CBEN 312/313 Unit Operations Laboratory
2. 6 credits; ~30 contact hours; classified as 3 hours of chemical engineering topics and 3 hours
of design
3. Coordinator: Ronald L. Miller
4. Textbook and/or other required material:
Unit Operations of Chemical
Problems 11/6/2013
1.
Generate a Pxy and xy diagram for (1)ethanol/(2)water at 120 C assuming the Wilson
model:
(See spreadsheet for solution)
2.
Using the experimental data for (1)ethanol and (2)water at 120 C complete the
following:
a) Calculate
and
.
E
Problems 11/08/2013
1.
The ethyl acetate (1) / benzene (2) system has an azeotrope at an ethyl acetate mole
fraction of 0.581, a temperature of 75 C, and a pressure of 0.518 bar. At 75 C, P1sat = 0.946 bar
and P2sat = 0.862 bar. What is the bubble point p
Problems 11/01/2013
1. For the system ethyl ethanoate(1)/ n-heptane(2) at 343.15 K
a) Make a bubble point pressure calculation if x1 = 0.05
b) Make a dew point pressure calculation if y1 = 0.05
For this system
2
ln 1 = 79.8 kPa
= 0.95 x2
p1sat
sat
ln 2 =
Problems 10/23/2013
1.
Calculate the fugacity and fugacity coefficient of water at T = 125 C and p = 75 kPa
using the steam tables
_
Because of the definition of fugacity
= RT ln
(T , p2 ) (T , p1 )
f (T , p2 )
f ig (T , p )
= p
and
f (T , p1 )
If we ass
Problems
10/30/2013
1.
Using mass balance and the definition of equilibrium K-values, find the isothermalisobaric flash equation and expressions for the compositions of the equilibrium phases.
_
See the Ratchford-Rice document under Additional Reading on
Problems 10/25/2013
1.
A gaseous mixture of two components obeys the second virial equation of state. The
second virial coefficient for the mixture is given by
2
B =B11 + 2 y1 y2 B12 + y2 B22
y12
Find an expression for the fugacity coefficient of the comp
Problems 10/18/2013
1. Calculate the residual chemical potential for a pure fluid that obeys the van der Waals
equation of state
_
i means pure i
ig
i t
i
= t t dV
V T ,n V T ,n
Vt
r
i
From the Helmholtz energy for an open one-component system
i
Problems 10/21/2013
1. Using Gibbs theorem, derive an expression for the entropy of an ideal gas mixture
_
Gibbs theorem says that to calculate the entropy of an ideal gas mixture, you add up the
concentration weighted entropies of each component, with th
CBEN 357 Quiz #13
Wed Nov. 20, 2013
Name: _
Section A(Ely) B(Morrish)
CLOSED BOOK/CLOSED NOTES
(5 pts) 1. A vessel containing water at 25 C is exposed to air at atmospheric pressure of 1 bar.
What is the mole fraction of air in the water, xair?
sat
Given:
CBEN 357 Quiz #11
Mon Nov. 4, 2013
Name: _
Section A(Ely) B(Morrish)
CLOSED BOOK/CLOSED NOTES
Liquid mixtures of methyl acetate (1) and methanol (2) are well described by the following
model:
GE
= Ax1 x2 where
RT
A = 2.771 0.00523*T[K ] .
Assuming that th
CBEN 357 Quiz #9
Mon Oct. 21, 2013
Name: _Solution_
Section A(Ely) B(Morrish)
CLOSED BOOK/CLOSED NOTES
A 350 K stream of N2 flowing at a rate of 4 mol/s is sent to a steady-flow adiabatic mixer
where it combines with a 400 K stream of CO2 flowing at a rat
CBEN357 Short Quiz #12
November 11, 2013
Name_Solution_
Section
A(Ely)
B(Morrish)
OPEN BOOK/CLOSED NOTES
1. (10) Aliens from the petroleum engineering department, extracted all important information
from Prof. Persichetti about Vestalite (1) / Marrite (2)
CBEN357 Short Quiz #10
October 28, 2013
Name_Solution_
Section
A (Ely)
B (Morrish)
OPEN BOOK/CLOSED NOTES
(show all your work)
At 130 C, the properties of saturated Vestalite are: Pvap = 378.6 kPa, Vliq = 102.85 cm3/mol and Vvap =
8673 cm3/mol.
a) Calcula
Conceptual Problems:
1. When calculating fugacity, what simplifications are made for an ideal gas mixture? What
simplifications are made for an ideal solution?
For an ideal gas mixture, the fugacity of species i is equal to the partial pressure of i. For
CBEN 357 Quiz #8
Wed Oct. 16, 2013
Name: _Solution_
Section A(Ely)
B(Morrish)
CLOSED BOOK/CLOSED NOTES
1. A gas contained in an adiabatic piston-cylinder device at T1 = 100C and P1 = 40 bar
is expanded against a vacuum (i.e. no work) causing the temperatu