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Transport Processes and Separation Process Principles (Includes Unit Operations) Fourth Edition by Christie John Geankoplis

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PROBLEMS

1.2-1.

Temperature of a Chemical Process. The temperature of a chemical reaction was found to be 353.2 K. What is the temperature in °F, °C, and °R?

A1: Ans. 176°F, 80°C, 636°R
1.2-2.

Temperature for Smokehouse Processing of Meat. In smokehouse processing of sausage meat, a final temperature of 155°F inside the sausage is often used. Calculate this temperature in °C, K, and °R.

1.3-1.

Molecular Weight of Air. For purposes of most engineering calculations, air is assumed to be composed of 21 mol % oxygen and 79 mol % nitrogen. Calculate the average molecular weight.

A3: Ans. 28.9 g mass/g mol, lb mass/lb mol, or kg mass/kg mol
1.3-2.

Oxidation of CO and Mole Units. The gas CO is being oxidized by O2 to form CO2. How many kg of CO2 will be ...

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