Elementary Principles 296

# Elementary Principles 296 - 8.38 (cont'd) e j B H - H C H e...

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8- 17 8.38 (cont’d) C H v, 580 C C H l, 25 C H H C H v, 80.1 C C H l, 80.1 C 66 o o 12 o o ej e j e j ⎯→ BA ΔΔ ±± Δ ± . . HC d T pv 1 580 80 1 77 23 == z CH kJ mol bg Δ ± . . d T pl 2 3531 298 7699 z kJ mol Δ Δ ± . ± . ± .. . HH H H QH n H x v =− += = = 4 801 1157 1641 190 10 o C kJ / mol mol / s kJ / mol kW di b g 35 C 15% relative saturation C 1 atm mm Hg 760 mm Hg mol CCl mol CCl 4 4 Antoine ° U V W ⇒= ° B y P V 015 25 1760 00347 . . ( ± ). . HQ H v CCl Table B.1 4 4 4 kJ mol 10 mol 0.0347 mol CCl 30.0 kJ min mol mol CCl kJ min =⇒ = = = 30 0 10 4 Time to Saturation 6 kg carbon 0.40 g CCl 1 mol CCl 1 mol gas 1 min g carbon 153.84 g CCl mol CCl mol gas min 44 0 0347 10 450 . . = 8.40 a. CO g, 20 C CO s, 78.4 C C 22 CO g 2 °→ − ° = z bgb g : . . d T H ps u b 20 78 4 78 4 In the absence of better heat capacity data; we use the formula given in Table B.2 (which is strictly applicable only above 0 ° C ). Δ ± . . . . . HT T T d T ≈+ × × + × F H G I K J × −− z 03611 4 233 10 2 887 10 7 464 10
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## This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course CHEMICAL E 312 taught by Professor Cheung during the Fall '11 term at The University of Akron.

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