Quiz 2 - Quiz#2 I The enthalpy of a binary mixture liquid system of species 1 and 2 at fixed T and P is represented by the equation H = 200x 250(1-x

Quiz 2 - Quiz#2 I The enthalpy of a binary mixture liquid...

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Quiz #2 I.The enthalpy of a binary mixture liquid system of species 1 and 2 at fixed T and P is represented by the equationH = 200x + 250 (1-x) + x (1-x)[20x + 35 (1-x)]where H is in J/mol, x = mole fraction of species 1H(par,1) = H + (1-x)(dH/dx), and H(par,2) = H - x (dH/dx)1. The partial molar enthalpy of species 1 at infinite dilution H(par, 1, infinite dilution) = ____2. The partial molar enthalpy of species 2 at infinite dilution H(par, 2, infinite dilution) = ____II.Consider an osmotic equilibrium system of four components, two mixtures at different pressures and separated by a rigid membrane permeable to only two of the species present.1. The number of intensive variables required to specify this system is ____________2. The degree of freedom for this system is ____________III.Consider a chemical equilibrium system consisting of CO2, CO, C, CH4, H2, H2O, and N2. The independent equations required to describe the system are:ABCDC + CO2 = 2COC + CO2 = 2COC + H2O = CO + H2None of the aboveC + 2H2 = CH4C + H2O = CO + H2C + 2H2 = CH4C + 2H2 = CH4IV.The rank of the following matrix is _____120120

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