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Day 1: Physical and Chemical Principles

 What is the chemical formula and molecular weight of 11-

tetradecenyl Acetate?
 What is the product when ethanoyl chloride is reacted with
 What is the primary use of ethylene? Ans: Ripening of
 What is the common contaminant in the BTEx process?
 Calculation of pH value.
 What is the pressure generated by placing 0.6 kg of
chlorine gas in a 15L vessel at 23 deg C temperature.?
 What is the heat of reaction when ethyne is hydrogenated
to ethane?
 What is the equilibrium constant at 501 deg C given that
the k value at 25 deg C is 1.01 x 10^-60? delta H = 6811
 Equivalent K of the 3 consecutive reactions ( No given K
eq of individual reaction)
 Where does an enzyme capsaicin commonly found? Ans:
 What is the other name of bulk temperature? Ans: Mixing-
Cup Temperature
 Choose the common methods in the removal of fine
particle in hot airstream common in cement production?
a) ESP
b) Bouyancy
c) Cyclone
d) Venturi Scrubber
 What is the method that Wohler do to break the vital force
theory in nature?
Ans: Heating of NH4Cl with AgCN to form Urea.
 Arrange the following substance in terms of increasing
melting point: Palmitic, Palmitic, Stearic; Palmitic, Oleic,
Stearic; Oleic, Oleic, Stearic.
 What is the common form of nitro-glycerol?
 Definition of polar covalent
a) Unbalance electron with unequal sharing of electrons
b) Bonding of heteronucleus with unequal sharing of
 What is the most polar and least polar of the following
functional groups: R-OH, R-NH3, R-COOH, C triple bond
C and C-C.
 The range of melting point of the fatty acids.
 What happen to the pH of carbonated drinks if it open in
atmospheric condition?
a) Increase
b) Decrease
c) Same
d) Cannot be determined
 What happen to the enthalpy content of the real gases
when it is throttled at constant temperature?
 What is the difference between catabolism, anabolism
and metabolism?
 What law is the PRC modernization act?
 Choose whether the following is/are representation of the
nuclear fusion: The big bang theory, the radiant energy of
the sun, the formation of deuterium/tritium.
 Match the following nuclear reaction.
o Artifical Radioactivity
o Induced Radioactivity
o Hydrogen Fusion Reaction
o Natural Radioactivity
Computation Problems:
 Moving boundary method (Phy. Chem)
 Gibbs-Helmholtz relationship
 Environmental engineering calculations (problems
involving DE)
o Computation of the contaminants using first order
 Growth rate of bacteria in the vessel
 BOD calculation
 Nuclear chemistry calculations
 Carnot efficiency
 Electrochemistry
 Dilution Problem
 Colligative Properties
Day 2: Chemical Engineering Principles
 What unit operation originated in Trona Process?
o Fractional Distillation
o Crystallization
o Evaporation
o Phase Rule
 Based on the following reactions, choose the
Hagreave’s process.
o Ans: Production of Sodium Sulfate (Na2SO4)
 In the calculation of the compressibility factor, which
of the following equations apply for a high pressure
o Ans: Z=1 + BP/RT
 If the concentration of the reactant increases, the half
life decreases, what order of the reaction is this?
o Ans: 2nd Order Reaction

 Which of the following is the reaction time is directly

proportional to the concentration of the reactant?
o Ans: Zero Order
 Which of the following process uses the MIMO
system in controlling their process parameter?
o Distillation
o Extraction
o Evaporation
o Crystallization
 How is the fluctuation in the process is controlled?
o Ans: Equipping the instrument with integral
 Definition of noise in the process control.
 The use of thermodynamics in our daily lives.
 What do yu call the temperature in which the reactor
condition cannot be controlled?
o Ans: Runaway Temperature
 Types of system in thermodynamics
 Real gas equations and application (Particularly,
range of pressure whether high/low or atmospheric)

 A turbine, adiabatic condition, given ang inlet
condition, then steam ang pumapasok. In the
succeeding question, ibibigay ang outlet condition,
then determine how much heat is extracted from the
process. 3 problems to.
o Pointers: Use Steam table in the handbook,
perform interpolation if necessary
 Adsoprtion problem
o Superficial velocity
o Breakthrough time
o Bed Capacity
 Cooling pond problem.
o Determine the area of the nozzle
o How many nozzle must be installed
o Total heat transfer area
 Crystallization problem
o Amount crystallized with adhering solution
o Amount of mother liquor
o If the temperature is changed, what is the product
yield. (Use solubility data in chapter 2 of Perry)
 Combustion of methane
o Amount of CO2 produce
o Theo O2
o Carbon to hydrogen ratio
 Radiation problem plus Furnace operation
 Compression of gases
 Thermodynamic problems involving gases contained
in the one vessel then a valve connecting to other
empty vessel of the same volume was opened.
o What is the resulting temperature
o Resulting pressure
o The change in the entropy