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FE/EIT Exam Thermodynamics--Basic Concepts: Properties of Two Phase Systems

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Published on Jun 4, 2012

This demo from our new Thermodynamics OnDemand Lesson series for the FE/EIT Exam features a clip from the Basic Concepts subtopic. Check out the entire Thermodynamics OnDemand Lesson series here: http://bit.ly/ElecMagODV

*Solve a multiple-choice practice problem after watching each video.
*Review the step-by-step solution for each practice problem.
*Discuss the concepts with other exam candidates in an interactive, online forum.

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    FE/EIT Exam Thermodynamics--Ideal Gas Mixtures: Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures

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    FE/EIT Exam Thermodynamics--Ideal Gas Mixtures: The Equivalent Gas

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    FE/EIT Exam Thermodynamics--Ideal Gas Mixtures: Mixtures of Non Reacting Ideal Gases

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    FE/EIT Exam Thermodynamics--Basic Concepts: Phases and Phase Diagrams

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    FE/EIT Exam Thermodynamics--Basic Concepts: Enthalpy

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    FE/EIT Exam Magnetism: Faraday's Law

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    FE/EIT Exam Magnetism: Magnetic Fields

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  63. 63

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    FE/EIT Exam DC Circuit Analysis: Resistivity

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    FE/EIT Exam DC Circuit Analysis: Power

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    FE/EIT Exam DC Circuit Analysis: Basic Concepts

  68. 68

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  69. 69

    FE/EIT Exam DC Circuit Analysis: Resistors in Parallel

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    FE/EIT Exam DC Circuit Analysis: Resistance

  71. 71

    FE/EIT Exam DC Circuit Analysis: Ohm's Law

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    FE/EIT Exam DC Circuit Analysis: Voltage Sources

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    FE/EIT Exam AC Power: Complex Power

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    FE/EIT Exam AC Power: Reactive Power

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