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Question 1: 1805________ published Atomic Weights, allowing chemical equations to be balanced and the basis for chemical engineering mass balances.
Atomic theoryJohn DaltonSir George Stokes, 1st BaronetMarie Curie

Question 2: [1] Chemical engineering largely involves the design, improvement and maintenance of processes involving chemical or ________ transformations for large-scale manufacture.

Question 3: ________ and physics), and life sciences (e.g.
ChemistryElectrochemistryInorganic chemistryPeriodic table

Question 4: [2] During the years 1873 to 1876 at Yale University, American mathematical physicist ________, the first to be awarded a Ph.D.
Ludwig BoltzmannJosiah Willard GibbsEntropyThermodynamics

Question 5: Chemical engineering is the branch of ________ that deals with the application of physical science (e.g.
Civil engineeringEngineeringElectrical engineeringMechanical engineering

Question 6: biology, microbiology and ________) with mathematics, to the process of converting raw materials or chemicals into more useful or valuable forms.
ProteinMetabolismBiochemistryAmino acid

Question 7: Additional topics under the title AIChE's Technical Divisions and Forums in ________
Chemical engineeringAmerican Institute of Chemical EngineersAtlantic City, New JerseyMechanical engineering

Question 8: In the 1850s, German physicist ________ began to apply the principles developed by Carnot to chemical systems at the atomic to molecular scale.
Rudolf ClausiusThermodynamicsEntropyEnergy

Question 9: In addition to producing useful materials, modern chemical engineering is also concerned with pioneering valuable new materials and techniques - such as nanotechnology, fuel cells and ________.
Nuclear engineeringBiomedical engineeringMechanical engineeringElectrical engineering

Question 10: In 1824, French physicist Sadi Carnot, in his "On the Motive Power of Fire", was the first to study the thermodynamics of ________ in steam engines.
FlameInternal combustion engineCombustionOxygen


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