% MATLAB file used in the solution of part (b) of Example 13.1 of
% "A First Course on Kinetics and Reaction Engineering."
% Data provided in the problem statement, in consistent units
V=1; % L
tau=[10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 50
AFCoKaRE Prac-ce Problem 7.3 Solu-on
Purpose: This problem allows you to prac4ce using the Bodenstein steady state
approxima4on to eliminate concentra4ons or par4al pressures of reac4ve intermediates from
rate expressions for non-elementary reac4ons.
Pr
AFCoKaRE Prac-ce Problem 8.4 Solu-on
Purpose: This problem allows you to prac4ce genera4ng a rate expression for a nonelementary reac4on when there is a rate-determining step in the mechanism.
Problem Statement: Phosgene forma4on, reac4on (1), is non-elem
AFCoKaRE Prac-ce Problem 6.3 Solu-on
Purpose: This problem allows you to prac4ce determining whether there is a linear
combina4on of steps in a mechanism that sums to give the corresponding non-elementary
reac4on and to prac4ce wri4ng an expression for
AFCoKaRE Prac-ce Problem 5.4 Solu-on
Purpose: This problem allows you to prac4ce conver4ng between generalized and speciesspecic rate expressions and calcula4ng pre-exponen4al factors and ac4va4on energies for the
Arrehenius expression.
Problem Statement
AFCoKaRE Prac-ce Problem 4.5 Solu-on
Purpose: This problem allows you to prac4ce conver4ng between generalized and speciesspecic rate expressions and calcula4ng pre-exponen4al factors and ac4va4on energies for the
Arrehenius expression.
Problem Statement
AFCoKaRE Prac-ce Problem 9.3 Solu-on
Purpose: This problem allows you to prac4ce genera4ng a rate expression for a nonelementary reac4on that involves an enzyme. It also allows you to prac4ce genera4ng rate
expressions from mechanisms using the Bodenstei
AFCoKaRE Prac-ce Problem 2.4 Solu-on
Purpose: This problem allows you to prac4ce wri4ng an expression for the heat of
reac4on as a func4on of temperature.
Problem Statement: Sodium chlorate is a solid at room temperature and melts at 533 K.
Campbell and
AFCoKaRE Prac-ce Problem 3.3 Solu-on
Purpose: This problem allows you to prac4ce calcula4ng equilibrium constants, calcula4ng
equilibrium composi4on and solving sets of algebraic equa4ons.
Problem Statement: If air (78% N2, 22% O2) reacts at 600 C and at
AFCoKaRE Prac-ce Problem 1.7
Purpose: This problem allows you to prac4ce solving the kinds of reac4on progress
problems for ow reactors that you will encounter later in the course where you will need to be
able to solve them in order to perform kine4c d
CE 329, Fall 2016
Practice Exam 1 Solution
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