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# A gas mixture consists of O2 and N2. The ratio of the mole ## Problem 89P Chapter 13

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Problem 89P

A gas mixture consists of O2 and N2. The ratio of the mole numbers of N2 to O2 is 3:1. This mixture is heated during a steady-flow process from 180 to 210 K at a constant pressure of 8 MPa. Determine the heat transfer during this process per mole of the mixture, using (a) the ideal-gas approximation and (b) Kay's rule.

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