Elementary Principles 381 - 9.26 a. Basis: 2 mol C 2 H 4...

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9- 29 9.26 a. b. Basis: 2 mol C H fed to reactor 24 CH g 1 2 Og ) CHO g C H 3O 2CO 2H O 2 2 2 2 bg +→ + ( n 1 (mol C H ) 2 reactor 4 n 2 (mol O ) 2 25°C 2 mol C H 1mo l O 2 450°C heat n 3 (mol C H ) n 4 (mol O ) 2 450°C n 5 (mol C H O) n 6 (mol CO ) 2 n 7 (mol H 2 Q r (kJ) separation process n 3 (mol C H ) n 4 (mol O ) 2 n 5 (mol C O( )) g 25°C 25°C n 6 (mol CO ) 2 n 7 (mol H )) 2 l 25% conversion ⇒⇒ = 0500 150 34 .. mol C H consumed mol C H 2 n 70% yield ⇒= = n 5 0350 0.500 mol C H consumed 0.700 mol C H O 1 mol C H mol C H O . C balance on reactor: 2 2 2 150 2 0 350 0 300 66 bg bg b g bg b g =+ + = . nn mol CO 2 Water formed: n 7 0 300 == 0.300 mol CO 1 mol H O 1 mol CO mol H O 22 2 2 . O balance on reactor: 2 1 2 0 350 2 0 300 0 300 0 375 44 b g + + = . . m o l O 2 Overall C balance: 2 2 0 300 2 0 350 16 5 1 nn n n =+ = + . b g mol C H Overall O balance: 2 2 2 0 300 0 300 0 350 0 625 2 675 2 n n n + = + + = b g ... . m o l O 2 Feed stream: 44.4% C H , O Reactor inlet: 66.7% C H
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