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# Mao (Great Lives Observed) by Jerome Ch'en

By Jerome Ch'en

Via his personal writings and speeches, many by no means earlier than released outdoor of China, the ruler of the main populous country on the planet finds his usually elusive ideology, his innovative fervor, his anti-imperialist and anti-"revisionist" vehemence, and his surprisingly imprecise perspectives on tradition and socialism.

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3 applies. When combined with Eq. 24 (continued) Analysis: (e) (continued) By Raoult's law, partial pressure is given by pi = xiPis Therefore, the modified Raoult's law gives pi = xi γi Pis By Dalton's law, the sum of the partial pressures equals total pressure. Thus, P= pi = i xi γ i Pi s (4) i Using a spreadsheet with Eqs. 000 The y-x plot exhibits the same characteristics as the system in Fig. 20. Therefore, the van Laar equation erroneously predicts phase splitting. 1 Subject: Evaporation of a mixture of ethanol (AL) and ethyl acetate (AC) from a beaker into still air within the beaker.

B) Van Laar constants from the azeotropic point and comparison of van Laar predictions with experimental data. Analysis: (a) From Eqs. 102. To determine the van Laar constants, use Eqs. 3247 xB 2 Note that because the activity coefficients are provided, the vapor pressure data are not needed. 001 It is seen that the van Laar equation fits the experimental data quite well. 23 Subject: Activity coefficients from the Wilson equation for the ethanol-benzene system at 45oC. Given: Wilson constants and experimental activity coefficient data.

20 Subject: Cooling and partial condensation of the reactor effluent in a toluene disproportionation process. Given: Reactor effluent component flow rates, and temperature and pressure before and after a cooling-water heat exchanger. Find: Using the S-R-K and P-R equations of state with a process simulation program, compute the component K-values, and flow rates in the vapor and liquid streams leaving the cooling-water heat exchanger, and the rate of heat transfer in the cooling-water heat exchanger.

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