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Condenser (heat transfer): Quiz

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Question 1: For example, a refrigerator uses a condenser to get rid of ________ extracted from the interior of the unit to the outside air.
TemperatureInternal energyHeatEnergy

Question 2: A ________ is an example of such a heat-exchange system.
Feedwater heaterThermal power stationChlorineSurface condenser

Question 3: Commonly, the ________ flows through the tube side and the steam enters the shell side where the condensation occurs on the outside of the heat transfer tubes.
Cooling towerAir coolingComputer coolingWater cooling

Question 4: In systems involving ________, a condenser is a device or unit used to condense a substance from its gaseous to its liquid state, typically by cooling it.
TemperatureHeat exchangerHeat transferThermal conductivity

Question 5: In ________, a condenser is the apparatus which cools hot vapors, causing them to condense into a liquid.
ChemistryPeriodic tableInorganic chemistryElectrochemistry

Question 6: The shell side often operates at a ________ or partial vacuum, often produced by attached air ejectors.
Outer spaceUniverseVacuum pumpVacuum

Question 7: Condensers are used in ________, industrial chemical processes such as distillation, steam power plants and other heat-exchange systems.
Evaporative coolerAir conditionerAir conditioningHVAC

Question 8: It is a shell and tube heat exchanger installed at the outlet of every ________ in thermal power stations.
Steam engineFeedwater heaterNuclear powerSteam turbine

Question 9: Examples include the Liebig condenser, Graham condenser, and ________.
Round-bottom flaskSoxhlet extractorLaboratory glasswareCondenser (laboratory)

Question 10: See "________" for laboratory-scale condensers, as opposed to industrial-scale condensers.
Laboratory glasswareCondenser (laboratory)Soxhlet extractorRound-bottom flask







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