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    4- Temperature gradient within the solid particles is considered. 5- The solid particles are assumed to be spheres with constant radii. 6- All particles are identical and have the same moisture content. 7- The problem is one-dimensional. 4.1.2. Model Equations 4.1.2.1. Mass and Energy Balances on Solids The moisture content of solids is a function of time only due to perfect mixing and negligible diffusion resistance as stated in assumptions 1 and 2. Following assumption 3, air at the solid-air interface is saturated. The driving force of mass transfer is the difference between the vapor pressure of water vapor at the interface temperature and the partial pressure of water vapor in the air bulk at the bulk temperature. And the variation of moisture content of a single particle can be expressed by equation (4.1): (4.1) Applying shell balance on a spherical particle, the energy balance equation of solid particles can be written as in equation (4.2): (4.2) This matches assumptions 4 to 6 that there is a temperature profile inside the particles and the temperature varies with time and particle radius. In order to solve equation (2), two boundary conditions are needed and they are as…

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    Heat Stress: A Case Study

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    hydrochloride (ZH) use in steers resulted in the mobilization of tissue from visceral organs and directed these nutrients to carcass tissues during periods of ZH supplementation (Baxa et al., 2010). The mobilization of non-carcass tissue nutrients results in lower energy requirements for growth and subsequently lower feed intake (Reeds and Mershmann, 1991). However, Macías-Cruz et al., 2010; observed that ZH increases longissimus muscle (LM) area without effects on feedlot performance of ewe…

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    Dry Ice-In-Fog Lab

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    Fog is Produced when Dry Ice is placed in Water The main goal of the article written is to try to figure out where the dry ice-in-water-fog (DIWF) was coming from, for there has been discussion if the fog is coming from the water or if it is coming from the dry ice being sublimed. In their terms, they hope “to describe on molecular terms what may be happening in this demonstration” (644). Researchers also desired to mathematically make sense of the reaction that occurs when dry ice is placed…

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    Water Fog Lab

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    Molecular Explanation of How the Fog Is Produced When Dry Ice Is Placed in Water The primary purpose of the article is to correct a common misconception about the origin of the fog, in the Dry Ice in Water Fog (DIWF), and to give further insight into happenings on a molecular level in the (DIWF) with the aid of experimental evidence. The writer is keen on proving that the fog produced in the (DIWF) demonstration is actually from the bulk water onto which the dry ice is placed and not the…

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    Uncatalyzed Reaction Lab

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    rate = k[KI]1[H2O2]1, and the activation energy was calculated to be 53.9 kJ/mol. This activation energy was 21.1 kJ/mol less than that of the uncatalyzed reaction, showing that the catalyst was effective at decreasing the activation energy, and increasing the rate of the reaction. One possible cause of error is the inconsistency of reactions, the reactants must collide in the correct orientation to react, so there is always a possibility for some small variation. When calculating the…

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    world below. Regardless of their class, individuals underwent this transformation for a chance at a prosperous life. However, that was 100 years ago and although, the higher altitude offered protection, it provided excess water vapor that was accumulating in people’s lungs and, drowning them. Cirrus looked out over…

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    Heat Of Vaporization Essay

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    Introduction Vapor pressure is the pressure of a vapor (gas) at equilibrium; equilibrium occurs when there is no net change between the amount of liquid and the amount of vapor because they balance each other. When the temperature of water becomes extremely low, as it does in this experiment, the rate of vaporization does not matter. The objective of this experiment is to determine the experimental heat of vaporization and compare it to the accepted heat of vaporization of water (40.7 kj/mol).…

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    the time we wait until we flip the can into the pie tin which is one minute, and the amount of liquid in each can which is 10 mL. We also had confounding variables which are variables that the researcher failed to control, or eliminate, damaging the internal validity of an experiment. Some confounding variables in our experiment are the temperature in the can when we flip it because we actually couldn’t tell what it was, and the fact that we couldn’t control the fact that there should be exactly…

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    Thus through the planting vegetation on the riverbank a process known as evapotranspiration will occur and thus increase the cooling factor. “Evapotranspiration is the term used to describe the part of the water cycle which removes liquid water from an area with vegetation and into the atmosphere by the processes of both transpiration and evaporation, (About Evapotranspiration, 2016).” the location of the project is the broken down hydroelectric station in a weir in proximity of the camp,…

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    Vapor Pressure Lab

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    measurable vapor pressure. Vapor pressure is the equilibrium pressure resulting in the evaporation of a liquid in a closed container.1 It is important to know the vapor pressure of a volatile liquid because the higher the vapor pressure, the faster the liquid evaporates.2 So…

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