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Problem 85P

PROBLEM 85P

Applying the Second Law to Reacting Systems

Determine the change in the Gibbs function, in Btu per lbmol of hydrogen, at 77°F, 1 atm for , using

(a) Gibbs function of formation data.

(b) enthalpy of formation data, together with absolute entropy data.

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CS12300-002 Java Programming Week 8 Classes All of the idea and structure of classes was crammed into a single day. Java is an Object-Oriented programming language, which focuses on most code being part of larger objects. The blueprints to these objects are classes, which contain the data and methods/functions that the objects will need during runtime. Syntax class { ; } Ex: public class MyClass { ; } This is how a class is defined. All that is required is just the class word and the name, with its data inside the brackets. Modifiers affect the class’s visibility to other parts of the code (somewhat like scope), but only public is covered for now. public makes the class and its data visible to all other parts of the c

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Textbook: Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics
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Author: Michael J. Moran, Howard N. Shapiro, Daisie D. Boettner, Margaret B. Bailey
ISBN: 9780470495902

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