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# Working with Reaction EquationsEthyl alcohol (C2H5OH)

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Problem 37P

PROBLEM 37P

Working with Reaction Equations

Ethyl alcohol (C2H5OH) burns with air. The product gas is analyzed and the laboratory report gives only the following percentages on a dry molar basis: 6.9% CO2, 1.4% CO, 0.5% C2H5OH. Assuming the remaining components consist of O2 and N2, determine

(a) the percentages of O2 and N2 in the dry molar analysis.

(b) the percent excess air.

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