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# Answer: The mass fractions of a mixture of gases are 15

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Problem 1356

The mass fractions of a mixture of gases are 15 percent nitrogen, 5 percent helium, 60 percent methane, and 20 percent ethane. This mixture is enclosed in a 4 m3 rigid, well-insulated vessel at 150 kPa and 308C. A paddle wheel in the vessel is turned until 200 kJ of work have been done on the mixture. Calculate the mixtures final pressure and temperature.

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