ME501HW4F2011 - 1 ME 501 Homework #4 Due Monday, November...

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1 ME 501 Homework #4 Due Monday, November 7, 2011 Prof. Lucht (E-mail address: lucht@purdue.edu) 1. NML, Problem 2.5. 2. NML, Problem 2.13. 3. NML, Problem 4.12 4. Calculate the entropy, enthalpy, and constant pressure specific heat for carbon monoxide (CO) at 1000 K, 2000 K, and 3000 K for a pressure of 100 kPa. You can use either the semi-rigorous diatomic model in the book or write a short computer program to calculate the entropy, enthalpy, and constant pressure specific heat at these temperatures. The following spectroscopic data is from Mantz et al., J. Mol. Spectrosc. Vol. 57, pp. 155-159 (1975):
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2 Table 1 values are to be used with the following equation: 5. An atomic species A with an atomic weight of 30 amu has the following four low-lying electronic levels: Level Degeneracy g j Energy j /hc (cm -1 ) Level Degeneracy g j Energy j /hc (cm -1 ) j = 0 4 0 j = 2 5 500 j = 1 4 10 j = 3 3 600 (a) Calculate the specific enthalpy
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