A vessel having a volume of 0.28 m3 contains a mixture at

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Problem 12.7

A vessel having a volume of 0.28 m3 contains a mixture at 408C, 6.9 bar with a molar analysis of 70% O2, 30% CH4. Determine the mass of methane that would have to be added and the mass of oxygen that would have to be removed, each in kg, to obtain a mixture having a molar analysis of 30% O2, 70% CH4 at the same temperature and pressure.

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