Answer the following problems, and submit your answers to the drop box in Canvas that has been created for this module.
- Your answers must be submitted in the form of a Microsoft Word document.
- Include your Penn State Access Account user ID in the name of your file (for example, "module2_abc123.doc").
- The due date for this assignment will be sent to the class by e-mail in Canvas.
- Your grade for the assignment will appear in the drop box approximately one week after the due date.
- You can access the drop box for this module in Canvas by clicking on the Lessons tab, and then locating the drop box on the list that appears.
Cubic EOS yield three roots for Z-factor for a pure substance at subcritical conditions. Does that mean that there is a “Z” factor for liquids? Isn’t the “Z” factor concept only applicable to gases? What does a “Z factor” connote for liquids?