|a. Manipulate the data shown in the table above so that it can be plotted as a straight line. Statistically estimate the slope of this line by least-squares linear regression, and then use the slope to estimate the diffusion coefficient of acetone in air. b. Compare the result in part (a) to an estimate of diffusion coefficient of acetone in air by a suitable correlation given in Chapter 24. Potentially useful data: The molecular weight of acetone (MA) is 58 g/gmole; the density of liquid acetone (Ï ) is 0.79 g/cm ; the vapor pressure of acetone (P ) at 20.9°C is 193 mm Hg.|
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