Elementary Principles 390 - 9.30 (cont'd) c. References : C...

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9- 38 c. d. R e f e r e n c e s : CH g, CHC lg, HC lg a t 0C 24 26 2 5 bg D C H g, 50 C kJ mol Table B.2 D ej : ± . d T p =⇒ z 0 50 2181 () Table B.2 50 0 ˆ C H g, 50 C : 2.512 kJ mol p d T D HCl g, 50 C .456 kJ mol Table B.2 D : ± d T p z 0 50 1 ll , 0C C k Jmo l 25 v DD e j : ±± . HH =− Δ 02 4 7 C H Cl g, 50 C kJ mol D : ± . d T pv == z 0 50 2 709 substance mol kJ / mol mol kJ / mol HCl 25180 CH l in in out out 4 n H n H nn . . . .. 0 378 1456 25175 0 378 1895 0 1895 2 512 24800 24 7 2 709 2 66 −− Energy balance: Δ Δ H nH ii + = ∑∑ 0 0 0 Ar A out in C ± D ν ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) 6 2 5 25180 378 mol HCl react 64.5 kJ 378 1.456 378 2.181 1895 2.512 h1 m o l H C l 2.709 24800 24.7 0 80490 mol C H Cl h in reactor effluent n ⇒+ + + +− = = 80490 mol condensed 24800 mol product mol C H Cl recycled 55690 hh h kmol recycled 55.7 h = = C p is a linear function of temperature. Δ ± H v is independent of temperature.
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