# The fugacity coefficient can be calculated using

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5. The fugacity coefficient can be calculated using which equation?a.Euler’s equationb.Equation of chemical equilibriumc.Gibbs-Helmholtz equationd.Equation of State
37Olesco, Krisell Joy B.1.This can be made for fuel cells by using the water–gas shift reaction. In fact, ______ ismade this way every day in oil refineries.
2.The reaction is very fast, and the effluent from the reactor is close to being in chemicalequilibrium.
3.This is made by reacting hydrogen and nitrogen, and the effluent from an ammonia reactoris usually in chemical equilibrium.
4.The chemical reaction equilibrium gives the upper limit for the conversion, so knowing theequilibrium conversion is the first step in analyzing a process.a.equilibrium conversionb.chemical equilibriumc.equilibrium reactiond.chemical reaction
5.Ammonia is then used to make fertilizer, which helps increase food production for the world.Thus, chemical reaction equilibrium is important for both energy and food production.
38Palomar, Angelyn L1. Hydrogen can be made for fuel cells by using the water–gas shift reaction2. gives the upper limit for the conversion
3.If the reaction rate is very fast, then the forward and reverse reactions proceed quickly, and
the ultimate mixture contains all four chemicals, in specific amounts.a.Trueb.false4. Sometimes, in a _________ changing the pressure has the same effect.
5.In which phase is the fugacity?
39Pelobello, Mc Charles Kerby M.1._____________is a state of a system in which there are no more changes occurring in thenumber of reactants and products over time; hence, becomes constant.

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