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110214_Homework5 - X + 3Y. Q3. Now, we would like to derive...

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Chem340 Physical Chemistry for Biochemists Dr. Yoshitaka Ishii Homework 5 Due Date Feb 23, 20011 Q4.1 P4.1, P4.2, P4.3, P4.5 P4.6 P4.8, P4.18, P4.19, P4.21, P4.29, P4.31, P4.32 Q1. Explain the meaning of ( H/ P) T, n and ( H/ T) P, n ? Q2. Using dH A = C pA dT +( H/ P) T, n dP + ( H/ n) T, P dn A (A = B, C, X, or Y), prove that the reaction enthalpy H reaction (T) is given by eq. (4.27) in the text. Specify the path of (P, T, n) you would like to use. Assume a reaction: 2B + C
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Unformatted text preview: X + 3Y. Q3. Now, we would like to derive H reaction (P) at a pressure slightly higher than 1 bar at a standard temperature. Derive H reaction (P) using J-T , C p,A , H reaction (1 bar). Use dH A = C pA dT C p, A J-T dP + ( H/ n) T, P dn A (A = B, C, X, or Y) assuming that J-T and C p,A are constant. Specify the path of (P, T, n) you would like to use. Assume a reaction 2B +C X + 3Y....
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