Thermodynamics filled in class notes_Part_91

Thermodynamics filled in class notes_Part_91 - 5.5....

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Unformatted text preview: 5.5. CHEMICAL KINETICS OF A SINGLE ISOTHERMAL REACTION 189 For this problem, T = 6000 K , so k (6000) = 7 . 10 18 6000 1 . 6 exp parenleftbigg 1 . 1325 10 5 6000 parenrightbigg , (5.375) = 40130 . 2 m 3 kmole s . (5.376) The equilibrium constant K c is also unchanged from the previous example. Recall K c = parenleftbigg P o RT parenrightbigg P N i =1 i exp parenleftbigg G o RT parenrightbigg . (5.377) For this system, since N i =1 i = n = 1, this reduces to K c = parenleftbigg P o RT parenrightbigg exp parenleftbigg (2 g o N g o N 2 ) RT parenrightbigg , (5.378) = parenleftbigg P o RT parenrightbigg exp parenleftbigg (2 g o N g o N 2 ) RT parenrightbigg , (5.379) = parenleftbigg P o RT parenrightbigg exp parenleftBigg (2( h o N Ts o T,N ) ( h o N 2 Ts o T,N 2 )) RT parenrightBigg , (5.380) = parenleftbigg 100 (8 . 314)(6000) parenrightbigg exp parenleftbigg (2(597270 (6000)216 . 926) (205848 (6000)292 . 984)) (8 . 314)(6000) parenrightbigg...
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