AS5300_exercise2_2010

AS5300_exercise2_2010 - 3000K, 5 atm? (f) Prove that Le...

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AS – 5300 Physical Gas Dynamics Dr. T. M. Muruganandam Supplementary Exercise – 2 Aug 31, 2010 1. We start with a box having 1 mole each of CO, O2 and CO2. (a) What will be the final equilibrium if we allow the gases to come to equilibrium at 300K 1 atm? (b) Do we always reach this in real life? Explain. (c) What will be the final equilibrium if the gases are allowed to go to equilibrium at 1000K, 2 atm? (d) What will be the final equilibrium if the gases are allowed to go to equilibrium at 3000K, 2 atm? (e) What will be the final equilibrium if the gases are allowed to go to equilibrium at
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Unformatted text preview: 3000K, 5 atm? (f) Prove that Le Chateliers Principle is obeyed by the gases in your system. {ANS: (a) Xi=[0, 0.2 0.8]; (c) [0,0.2,0.8]; (d) [0.22, 0.29, 0.49]; (e) [0.16, 0.27, 0.57] } 2. We have a system of gases comprising of H2, O2, H, O, OH, H2O. Write the equation required to solve the equilibrium composition of the given system of gases at a given P and T. 3. We have a system of gases comprising of N2, O2, NO, NO2, O, N. Write the equation required to solve the equilibrium composition of the given system of gases at a given P and T....
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