Reaction Yield and Selectivity 
Reaction Yield and Selectivity
by University of Colorado
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Date Added: January 12, 2015

Lecture Description

Solves for yield and selectivity using extent of reaction.

Course Index

  1. Unit Conversions (Practice)
  2. Systems of Units
  3. Force & Weight (Units & Conversions)
  4. Significant Figures
  5. Solving Set of Linear Equations
  6. Changing Units in an Equation
  7. Dimensions of Differential Equations
  8. Dimensional Homogeneity
  9. Dimensionless Groups (Reynolds Number Example)
  10. Linearization of Non-Linear Equations
  11. Linearization Example (Cell Growth) (BIO)
  12. Linearize/Plot Non-Linear Equations (Excel)
  13. Specific Gravity of a Mixture
  14. Density, Mass Flow, and Volumetric Flow
  15. Average Molecular Weight Derivation
  16. Average Molecular Weight Calculation
  17. Mass and Mole Fractions (Conversions)
  18. Molar Conversions
  19. Determining Concentrations of Streams (ppm)
  20. Using Average Molecular Weight to Simplify a Material Balance
  21. Introduction to Pressure
  22. Manometers
  23. Acceleration Due to Pressure
  24. Force Balance on Inclined Manometer
  25. General Balance for Material Balances
  26. General Mass Balance on Single Tank
  27. Degree of Freedom Analysis on a Single Unit
  28. Introduction to Degrees of Freedom
  29. Material Balance Problem Approach
  30. Performing a Material Balance on a Single Unit
  31. Average Molecular Weight of Mixed Stream
  32. Flowchart Example
  33. Liquid-Liquid Extraction Material Balance
  34. Material Balance over a Crystallizer (Solubility)
  35. Material Balances for a Mixing Process
  36. Scaling a Material Balance
  37. Water Vapor Adsorber Material Balance
  38. Analysis of a Split Point
  39. Degree of Freedom Analysis on Multiple Unit Process
  40. Multiple Unit Material Balance: Degree of Freedom Analysis
  41. Solving Material Balances on Multiple Units
  42. Crystallizer Material Balance with Recycle
  43. Designing a Flowchart
  44. Multiple Unit Material Balance - Decaf Coffee
  45. Reactor with Recycle
  46. Equilibrium
  47. Reaction Yield and Selectivity
  48. Stoichiometry
  49. Chemical Equilibrium: Effect of an Inert
  50. Gas Phase Chemical Equilibrium
  51. Single Reaction With Recycle
  52. Two Reactions (Extent of Reaction Method)
  53. Fractional Conversion (Interactive)
  54. Limiting Reagent (Interactive)
  55. Reaction Stoichiometry (Interactive)
  56. Three Methods for Reactive MEB Problems
  57. Atomic Species Balances
  58. Extent of Reaction for Material Balances
  59. Molecular Species Balances
  60. Two Reactions in a Two-Phase Reactor
  61. Percent Excess Air
  62. Wet to Dry Basis
  63. Dry to Wet Basis
  64. Critical Properties of a Fluid (T and P)
  65. Ideal Gas Law - Lung Example (BIO)
  66. Standard Temperature and Pressure - Ideal Gas Law
  67. Ideal Gas Mixture Characterization
  68. Ideal Gas Mixtures Example
  69. Ideal Gases Example Biofermentation (BIO)
  70. SRK Equation of State Example
  71. Compressibility Factor (Z-Factor) Equation of State
  72. Pressure-Volume Diagram
  73. Heat of Vaporization: Clausius-Clapeyron
  74. Heat of Vaporization: Antoine's Equation
  75. Gibbs Phase Rule
  76. Relative and Absolute Humidity
  77. Single Condensable Species Balance (Raoult's Law)
  78. Air/Water Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium
  79. Condense Water Vapor from Air
  80. Raoult's Law (Water as Condensable Component)
  81. Lever Rule
  82. Multi-condensable Species in VLE
  83. Raoult's Law Explanation
  84. Add Non-Volatile Component to VLE System
  85. Add One Component to Binary VLE System
  86. Condense a Binary Mixture
  87. Phase Equilibrium: Txy Diagram
  88. Binary Vapor: Partial Condensation
  89. Bubble Point Calculation for Condenser
  90. Dew Temperature Calculation/Excel Solver
  91. Pxy Diagram (Simulation)
  92. Solving VLE Using Raoult's Law and Iterative Method Solver
  93. Distillation of a Two Component Mixture (Part I)
  94. Distillation of a Two Component Mixture (Part II)
  95. Gas Stripping (Henry and Raoult's Laws)
  96. Solubility Introduction
  97. Using Solubility Diagrams for Material Balances
  98. Interpolating Tie Lines on a Ternary Diagram
  99. Ternary Phase Diagram Basics (Simulation)
  100. Using a Triangular (Ternary) Phase Diagram
  101. VLLE for Immiscible Liquids
  102. Partial Pressure: Immiscible Liquids
  103. Triangular (Ternary) Phase Diagram Example
  104. Introduction to Energy
  105. What is Enthalpy?
  106. Adiabatic Compression of an Ideal Gas
  107. Open and Closed Systems
  108. Irreversible Adiabatic Expansion
  109. Energy Balance on a Human (BIO)
  110. Gas Expansion From a Tank
  111. Energy Balance on Open System (PAV Device) (BIO)
  112. How to Use Steam Tables
  113. Linear Interpolation
  114. Advanced Interpolation
  115. Introduction to Steam Tables
  116. Introduction to Steam Tables 2
  117. Steam Tables: Interpolation
  118. Steam Table Example
  119. Quality of Steam
  120. Steam Tables: Calculating Quality
  121. Water Properties from Steam Tables
  122. Compare Steam Tables to Ideal Gas Law
  123. Energy Balance on a Heat Exchanger
  124. Throttle Example: High-Pressure Liquid
  125. Unsteady-State Energy Balance on a Tank
  126. Bernoulli Equation Example
  127. Reference States for Enthalpy Calculations
  128. Choosing a Reference State (Example)
  129. Sensible Heat from Specific Enthalpy
  130. Psychrometric Charts (Humidity Charts)
  131. Including a Phase Change in an Energy Balance
  132. Latent Heat
  133. Calculate Physical Properties using Humidity Charts
  134. Humidity Chart Example
  135. Humidity Chart: Adiabatic Humidification
  136. Energy Balance on a Condenser
  137. Adiabatic Mixing
  138. Heat of Mixing
  139. Isothermal Mixing
  140. Heat of Reaction (from Heat of Formation)
  141. Heat Removal from a Chemical Reactor
  142. Hess's Law
  143. Heats of Formation
  144. Heat of Combustion
  145. Thermochemistry of Solutions
  146. Calculating Enthalpy Changes Using Heats of Formation Method
  147. Calculating Enthalpy Changes Using Heat of Reaction Method
  148. Energy Balances with Unknown Outlet Conditions
  149. Steam Reformer Material and Energy Balance
  150. Adiabatic Flame Temperature
  151. Excel Solver Introduction
  152. MEB Final Exam Review (Part I)
  153. MEB Final Exam Review (Part II)
  154. MEB Final Exam Review (Part II)
  155. MEB Final Exam Review (Part IV)

Course Description

LearnChemE features faculty prepared engineering education resources for students and instructors produced by the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder and funded by the National Science Foundation, Shell, and the Engineering Excellence Fund. In this course, LearnChemE covers engineering calculations, process variables, single unit material balances, multiple-unit material balances, equations of state, phase equilibrium, energy balances, and balances involving reactions.

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