Solution_F12_EMS_160_HW4

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Unformatted text preview: ZR?” + 02 "-v' ZrOZm) 6.1 Calculate AH1600 and A5160D for the reaction 5;;- Er/m 7" fig : ErJzfl-f) M1273 : 4/“?!ch .7' £12 arm ,9 d; .- 21%,?) /~ W my; 17/“ mix: A6,, ,~ /7. 69‘ ~ fizxx/ff - 12.?7x/d if“ ~7/K At #3! K 22%) 4 #45) £1177”, ’- 3744.7 m emf) + a, :- am; «2 x3» fits/age Win 147! k g5], ,- /i,47v —~ Mfg/557' -' lufx M5?” J/K Az‘ H75“: £75250 4 3M4 7 «AH/fat)” r {7741 Far 2/ he 4; 5 Erie?) ixv fir my: 7171/ lifldlt My .— m —- mar/fir + Mmffi «77/: AH/W fir if?) 7* dz : £rflz4w : .. Haida , ¢ ~;- xzfiflm-zm- win/71W 4??) + 115’” Mir/173;} ~ 371/ .3 7‘ M flflflfdlif) -' (114mg (1175:1135; +/2.3?x/J?L -— / 1‘75 A +5?” 4- 2/,5f/Joz—mg) "4.41m?" Mai-1 7.‘ . J ’1 _. / ff) fi/7xo’JJ/dd ll = ~ 1431(4an 29. Cad/Ma] ‘ 1.7, : 53-7 «195/ we? .: 475, 7 m [57’ :‘ ~JFK7 4 .4' magi. 1:75 ~£2I~M I592? .9 , J “4 1 Km) / av 4,3.» M - 5750 0.3! [54,: «5' /‘f7i 4 f ' M v 147% [MW/H 1/?!) 7‘ 5.1/fo /~/ .- .1 1/31 9597'!" I/z/z) +f7z/I M 75' -3 . 5‘ 7a- 2/3’6' _@ “fifo/l ///:7"/7‘7f “diff/l 1 ~11. /.f7‘( / J x 60/561; lf .-: ~ I7}; 1/; \I 23 6.2 Which of xhe following two reactions is me more muhtxfidl C(grqfiiu) + 95.02“) *9 CO“, at 1000 K (ii) C(dhmond) + 1/207“) —) COG) at 1000 K. an? iv Hffifh/fi/W " W/fl’fl- 27/) 1" 3374'“; [IMP—27f”) 7— ; / I 3 + lvfl’x/p (7;; ~Zé;) -Eéi/Lflw_z ‘ .- 1/130 .7' WM Hi/‘amrd, mm :- W + i/Zfll/d-Zil) + / I ii, ‘/ +&/7x/p [m L7!) -' 12857 .73 Eur a’fawrrd -—-9 jm/b/J/r A/Jm, : Him—12,957 r ~M37 7' EV ((751%ij +501 -.- 60. (Ml, cM’amm) —.- c/W M.- 4/137 (fork/um!) J in; .— (a 1M; 1/437 71‘ (Jr/Vow}; 0F {flak-pad /} M37 .7 Ina/e Wail-um}: 7%!» 71! px/l/ofifl- off/67A? 7 an a Mug/art Aflf/f 6.3 Calculate the change in enthalpy and the change in entropy at 1000K for the reaction CaOm + TiOzm = CaTiOm, f Caz/d) +£dz : 4m A492” ,— .— {34%; .7” ' 7%: MA}: 7fi- 777/6 _. fig 71/; 44/!) -—v a?) All/rm; : 9MJ‘ z %)¢ £41 5 5»! //~ fl: [2/75 7/J-Mi/ 7a ,— 353/i w 341:3“; 372v é/Iix/JIT'Z .. ‘7M 4 2 7 i! / 1" 55/! flaw/7M) ’1i4/ia’lo (Md/~71; + {nix/a 6%»??? = ~{317aa ..‘7' WM}?! Z7fr’ MMK '3 5' ~z ’ 23% ~ #17704 7' — Mia/o 7 Jill/fig ‘9 - 744i” , -- 9v + 1.1/4 flm - 1%) « 5,7352/0 24ch a 271’} 5' + Mia'w/o 473d :27!) ) :' - 757,44 J- :6 5,5 flhfiMtd Far 425.9 9671+ 5% :r 647%; My,” II/o/fl’cv/MJ' £1. +M may; 27% 7// k A7 : 5M? - Mix/7?? azi-ffix/a;7'¢ 17" m“ 71;: cm)» 62%;) My”; g fat/7 fivfllw—j: 7/5-7449/6/ 745/ fiat/wa‘ Wig»: 537/714 A679 .— im -~ ink/5’7 - 2;. Arm/74 1/3 A7914” :' #150755/ ‘ “'3 4* 1» .- + saw/m» 2%) -~fo/zf(7/irzrr2 »6 2157*?!“ 37/; "- ’ ‘hm 5, 43 a. 4' + {a 52 pm ~71!) »— 2/, Mix/p [mm —7/() +1§¢fixvffw 5’ 1547mm .7“ FM" Cad #7722 r 431773]; AH/m 5' - 7/47/01 4' 737M! 4- {347// .-,- — (4574f F591" “("9 "‘ '76/2 5' ‘5" Aé7l’i‘5/‘4‘4/ '—-—»-Z”j'/= and 't F” é id; : w Jim; = - mm; + 4,79% 1": + 7.1!“; 7/14; 71-50%; M .1, -. f ) K 7} r (7M4 Rb -w (WWW? [3’ - W17 71/ 4' 35/! fl/M -.7Xé’i f2/W— r / / ' I m) I w w W ‘22,) =' #9742 m A5711 : “45157 J. y! / + 291/4 11v [776’ ) l1f7x M 1 W J 5 "J @"Wz 25,1} 415%,, 52% MIC/«5'27 :— IJJTZ- ~77: : 4- [751/ I”: can) i 77+ 37-51, = 6“: 770’; MW .— 73.7 a 4/4-5yr7 m—zix 26,1 : .. 2552527: gift '7 -' 25' A 7’; 47ix/3?7/{-z%’},412.7f5xm?i -J_ + 17 (£5?) , 7 ‘22”) 1/ - 224 ‘ 7/; ' 3 52/ M ~57. x MM-‘i/i r374 31W ” z 79 ép’KZAK7/{J 2? MK ) MM I -7/‘(fi’ :' ~Zfi'é? 7/]: Hr (ad 79 7722 = a 772117 27 6.4 Copper exists in the state T = 298K, P 2 1 atm. Calculate the temperature to which the copper must .be raised at 1 atm pressure to Cause the same increase in molar enthalpy as is caused by increasing its pressure to 1000 atm at 298K. The molar volume of copper at 298K is 7.09 cm3 and the thermal expansivity is 0.493 x 10’3 K". These values can be taken as being independent of pressure in the range 1 — 1000 atm. ‘ \l m/m , F; : mama , 7': 275’}: r 1’1 AH: «(x-«7)fg-fi) ' — 4 ZMMa 35"" M’fix fix27K)flfldA-/) x 14/, .— .- 7:7 7 7;: 2.75, 7;: 7', F: W». T AH .- fay; 7; ~5 7%? : 2214/7— 295') 4.. IZIx/J ‘ (TL fl 2% ...
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