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## Chapter 5

5‐44. Verify that ( *x *) 0 0403

*. *

for the conditions associated with Figure 5.10c in

*A N*

Example 5.10.

5‐45. Consider the process described in Example 5.10 for *M*

90 kmol/h and

*M*

30 kmol/h . Assume that the mole fraction of acetone in the air ( ‐phase)

entering the system is specified as ( *y *) 0 *. * 010 and assume that the mole *A * 6

fraction of acetone in the water ( ‐phase) entering the system is specified as ( *x *) 0 . Given that there are 5 equilibrium stages, reconstruct Figure 5.10a, *A * o

and use the reconstructed figure to determine ( *y *) .

*A * 1

5‐46. Consider the process described in Example 5.10 for *M*

70 kmol/h and

*M*

30 kmol/h . Assume that the mole fraction of acetone in the air ( ‐phase)

entering the system is specified as ( *y *) 0 *. * 010 and assume that the mole *A * 6

fraction of acetone in the water ( ‐phase) entering the system is specified as ( *x *) 0 . Given that there are 5 equilibrium stages, reconstruct Figure 5.10b *A * o

and use the reconstructed figure to determine ( *y *) .

*A * 1

5‐47. Consider the process described in Example 5.10 for *M*

67 kmol/h and

*M*

30 kmol/h . Assume that the mole fraction of acetone in the air ( ‐phase)

entering the system is specified as ( *y *) 0 *. * 010 and assume that the mole *A * 6

fraction of acetone in the water ( ‐phase) entering the system is specified as ( *x *) 0 . Given that there are 5 equilibrium stages, reconstruct Figure 5.10c and *A * o

use the reconstructed figure to determine ( *y *) .

*A * 1