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Chapter | Exercise | point A to B | Interrelation | Explanation |
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2 | Unit Conversions | 1 atm = ? psi | 1 atm / 14.7 psi | includes a g-mole to lb-mole example |

2 | Using Given Relations | 5000 gal. oil = ? airplanes | use given conversions | airplane problem |

3 | Pressure Topics | 3 psig = ? psia | P_{abs}=P_{atm} + P_{gauge} | Static Pressure, Manometers |

3 | Temperature Conversions | Temp. change of 37°C = ? °F | Δ T(°F)=1.8*Δ T(°C) | Temperature Formulas |

3 | Solids and Liquids | SG&Ref or mass&vol of Cu = ? ρ of Cu | ρ(Cu)=ρ(Ref)*SG(Cu) or ρ(Cu)=m(Cu)/V(Cu) | Concise Explanations |

3 | Concentrations | 1g salt in 1cup of water = ? (mol fraction) | mol fraction = mol salt / mol solution | Molarity, Mass/Mole Fractions, ppm, and ppb |

3/4 | Flow Rates | 2 gal. H_{2}O in 3 min. = ? m-dot (g/s) | m-dot = mass/time | what is m-dot? why do we use it? |

2/3 | Review | T, P, ρ, x_{A}, y_{A}, m-dot | make a study guide | Interrelations Review |

4 | Material Balance | given material stream info => desired answer | read prob, write flow chart, solve | Key points and terms |

4 | Material Balance | given flow rates => write balances, solve | here, in=out for all components | |

4 | Material Balances | given flow rates => write balances, solve | Use mole balances via extents of reaction | Includes some key interrelations |

4 | Material Balances | Material Balance Test => desired results | Know the algorithms (see review), lots of practice | Review |

5 | Ideal Gas | STP of O_{2}(gas) => ? density | ρ = P*MW / R*T | STP, Molar Volume, and More |

5 | Gas Mixtures | air @ 1atm, 78% O_{2} => ? atm O_{2} | P_{i} = y_{i}*P | Dalton's Law and Amagat's Law |

6 | Gas-Liquid/Solid | air is .1 %H_{2}O at 40°C => ? P^{*} H_{2}O | direct relation of P^{*} & T | Raoult's Law, Saturation Formulas, and More |

6 | Gas-Liquid/Solid | air is .1 %H_{2}O at 40°C => ? PH_{2}O | P_{i} = x_{i}*P_{i}^{*}(T) | Pxy/Txy Diagrams and Phase Diagrams |

6 | Solids in Liquids | add solid to a pure liquid => ? raise or lower P^{*} | lower P^{*} | 3 Colligative Properties |

6 | Liquid Mixtures | 35% H_{2}O, 30% Acetone, MIBK balance => separates how? | Use Ternary Phase Diagram | Concise Explanation |

7 | Energy Balance | _{k} & E_{p} | _{k} = 1/2*m*u^{2} _{p} = m*g*h | Several Key Interrelations |

7 | Energy Balance | Given a Closed System, Where do you start? | ΔU + ΔE_{k} + ΔE_{p} = Q - W | Explanation of the Equation |

7 | Energy Balance | Given a Open System, Where do you start? | ΔH + ΔE_{k} + Δ E_{p} = Q - W_{s} | Explanation of the Equation |

7 | Given a Mechanical System, Where do you start? | (m-dot * ΔP / ρ + ΔE_{k} + ΔE_{p} = W_{s} | Explanation of the Equation | |

8 | Cu is raised from 25°C to 400°C => ? ΔH | Enthalpy Changes | ||

8 | Cu melts => ΔH | ΔH table | Paths for Finding Energies | |

9 | Given reaction conditions => ΔH | Δ H_{rxn} = _{i}*ΔHf_{i})_{products} _{i}*Δ Hf_{i})_{reactants} | Examples Using All Materials in Course | |

7-9 | Energy Balance problem | Write E-bal, ?determine Δ H? | Review | |

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