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Unformatted text preview: ion 1200 K CO2 H2O chamber 2 atm O2 N2 1623E Repeat Prob. 1621 using data in English units. 1624 Hydrogen is burned with 150 percent theoretical air during a steady-flow process at a pressure of 1 atm. At what temperature will 98 percent of H2 burn to H2O? Assume the equilibrium mixture consists of H2O, H2, O2, and N2. 1625 Air (79 percent N2 and 21 percent O2) is heated to 2000 K at a constant pressure of 2 atm. Assuming the equilibrium mixture consists of N2, O2, and NO, determine the equilibrium composition at this state. Is it realistic to assume that no monatomic oxygen or nitrogen will be present in the equilibrium mixture? Will the equilibrium composition change if the pressure is doubled at constant temperature? 1626 Hydrogen (H2) is heated to 3200 K at a constant pressure of 8 atm. Determine the percentage of H2 that will dissociate into H during this process. Answer: 5.0 percent 1627 Carbon dioxide (CO2) is heated to 2400 K at a constant pressure of 3 atm. Determine the percentage of CO2 that will dissociate into CO and...
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