- 13.131C: Consider a mixture of several gases of identical masses. Will all t...
- 13.132C: The sum of the mole fractions for an ideal-gas mixture is equal to ...
- 13.133C: Somebody claims that the mass and mole fractions for a mixture of C...
- 13.134C: Consider a mixture of two gases. Can the apparent molar mass of thi...
- 13.135C: What is the apparent molar mass for a gas mixture? Does the mass of...
- 13.136: Using the definitions of mass and mole fractions, derive a relation...
- 13.137: Consider a mixture of two gases A and B. Show that when the mass fr...
- 13.138: The composition of moist air is given on a molar basis to be 78 per...
- 13.139: A gas mixture has the following composition on a mole basis: 60 per...
- 13.1310: Repeat Prob. 139 by replacing N2 by O2.
- 13.1311: A gas mixture consists of 2 kg of O2, 5 kg of N2, and 7 kg of CO2. ...
- 13.1312: Determine the mole fractions of a gas mixture that consists of 75 p...
- 13.1313: A gas mixture consists of 6 kmol of H2 and 2 kmol of N2. Determine ...
- 13.1314C: Is a mixture of ideal gases also an ideal gas? Give an example.
- 13.1315C: Express Daltons law of additive pressures. Does this law hold exact...
- 13.1316C: Express Amagats law of additive volumes. Does this law hold exactly...
- 13.1317C: How is the P-v-T behavior of a component in an ideal-gas mixture ex...
- 13.1318C: What is the difference between the component pressure and the parti...
- 13.1319C: What is the difference between the component volume and the partial...
- 13.1320C: In a gas mixture, which component will have the higher partial pres...
- 13.1321C: Consider a rigid tank that contains a mixture of two ideal gases. A...
- 13.1322C: Consider a rigid tank that contains a mixture of two ideal gases. T...
- 13.1323C: Is this statement correct? The volume of an ideal-gas mixture is eq...
- 13.1324C: Is this statement correct? The temperature of an ideal-gas mixture ...
- 13.1325C: Is this statement correct? The pressure of an idealgas mixture is e...
- 13.1326: Atmospheric contaminants are often measured in parts per million (b...
- 13.1327: A mixture of gases consists of 30 percent hydrogen, 40 percent heli...
- 13.1328E: A gas mixture at 600 R and 20 psia consists of 1 lbm of CO2 and 3 l...
- 13.1329: A gas mixture at 350 K and 300 kPa has the following volumetric ana...
- 13.1330: In an ideal gas mixture the partial pressures of the component gase...
- 13.1331: An engineer has proposed mixing extra oxygen with normal air in int...
- 13.1332: A rigid tank that contains 2 kg of N2 at 258C and 550 kPa is connec...
- 13.1333: A mixture of gases consists of 0.4 kg of oxygen, 0.7 kg of carbon d...
- 13.1334: A mixture of hydrocarbon gases is composed of 60 percent methane, 2...
- 13.1335: A rigid tank contains 8 kmol of O2 and 10 kmol of CO2 gases at 290 ...
- 13.1336: Repeat Prob. 1335 for a temperature of 400 K.
- 13.1337: A 30 percent (by mass) ethane and 70 percent methane mixture is to ...
- 13.1338E: A mixture is 35 percent by volume liquid water, whose density is 62...
- 13.1339: A mixture of air and methane is formed in the inlet manifold of a n...
- 13.1340E: Natural gas (95 percent methane and 5 percent ethane by volume) flo...
- 13.1341E: A gaseous mixtures consists of 75 percent methane and 25 percent et...
- 13.1342: The volumetric analysis of a mixture of gases is 30 percent oxygen,...
- 13.1343E: A rigid tank contains 1 lbmol of argon gas at 400 R and 750 psia. A...
- 13.1344C: Is the total internal energy of an ideal-gas mixture equal to the s...
- 13.1345C: Is the specific internal energy of a gas mixture equal to the sum o...
- 13.1346C: Answer Prob. 1344C and 1345C for entropy.
- 13.1347C: Is the total internal energy change of an ideal-gas mixture equal t...
- 13.1348C: When evaluating the entropy change of the components of an ideal-ga...
- 13.1349C: Suppose we want to determine the enthalpy change of a real-gas mixt...
- 13.1350: The volumetric analysis of mixture of gases is 30 percent oxygen, 4...
- 13.1351: A process requires a mixture that is 21 percent oxygen, 78 percent ...
- 13.1352E: A mixture of helium and nitrogen with a nitrogen mass fraction of 3...
- 13.1353: A mixture that is 20 percent carbon dioxide, 10 percent oxygen, and...
- 13.1354: A 0.9-m3 rigid tank is divided into two equal compartments by a par...
- 13.1355: Repeat Prob. 1354 for a heat loss of 8 kJ.
- 13.1356: The mass fractions of a mixture of gases are 15 percent nitrogen, 5...
- 13.1357: An insulated tank that contains 1 kg of O2 at 158C and 300 kPa is c...
- 13.1358: Reconsider Prob. 1357. Using EES (or other) software, compare the r...
- 13.1359: A mixture of hydrocarbon gases is composed of 60 percent methane, 2...
- 13.1360: An equimolar mixture of helium and argon gases is to be used as the...
- 13.1361E: The gas passing through the turbine of a simple ideal Brayton cycle...
- 13.1362E: How does the thermal efficiency of the cycle in Prob. 1361E compare...
- 13.1363E: A gaseous mixture consists of 75 percent methane and 25 percent eth...
- 13.1364E: A mixture of 65 percent N2 and 35 percent CO2 gases (on a mass basi...
- 13.1365E: Reconsider Prob. 1364E. Using EES (or other) software, first solve ...
- 13.1366: A pistoncylinder device contains a mixture of 0.8 kg of H2 and 1.2 ...
- 13.1367: Ethane (C2H6) at 158C and 300 kPa and methane (CH4) at 608C and 300...
- 13.1368: Reconsider Prob. 1367. Using EES (or other) software, determine the...
- 13.1369E: In an air-liquefaction plant, it is proposed that the pressure and ...
- 13.1370: A pistoncylinder device contains 6 kg of H2 and 21 kg of N2 at 160 ...
- 13.1371: Determine the total entropy change and exergy destruction associate...
- 13.1372: Two mass streams of two different ideal gases are mixed in a steady...
- 13.1373C: It is common experience that two gases brought into contact mix by ...
- 13.1374C: A 2-L liquid is mixed with 3 L of another liquid, forming a homogen...
- 13.1375C: A 2-L liquid at 208C is mixed with 3 L of another liquid at the sam...
- 13.1376C: What is an ideal solution? Comment on the volume change, enthalpy c...
- 13.1377: Brackish water at 188C with total dissolved solid content of TDS 5 ...
- 13.1378: A river is discharging into the ocean at a rate of 150,000 m3 /s. D...
- 13.1379: Reconsider Prob. 1378. Using EES (or other) software, investigate t...
- 13.1380E: Fresh water is to be obtained from brackish water at 658F with a sa...
- 13.1381: A desalination plant produces fresh water from seawater at 108C wit...
- 13.1382: Fresh water is obtained from seawater at a rate of 1.5 m3 /s by a d...
- 13.1383E: Is it possible for an adiabatic liquid-vapor separator to separate ...
- 13.1384: An ideal gas mixture approximation to the makeup of dry air on a pe...
- 13.1385: The products of combustion of a hydrocarbon fuel and air are compos...
- 13.1386: A pipe fitted with a closed valve connects two tanks. One tank cont...
- 13.1387: A pistoncylinder device contains products of combustion from the co...
- 13.1388: A mixture of gases consists of 0.1 kg of oxygen, 1 kg of carbon dio...
- 13.1389: A gas mixture consists of O2 and N2. The ratio of the mole numbers ...
- 13.1390: Reconsider Prob. 1389. Using EES (or other) software, investigate t...
- 13.1391: Determine the total entropy change and exergy destruction associate...
- 13.1392: A mixture of ideal gases has a specific heat ratio of k 5 1.35 and ...
- 13.1393: A spring-loaded pistoncylinder device contains a mixture of gases w...
- 13.1394: The pistoncylinder device of Prob. 1393 is filled with a mixture wh...
- 13.1395: Calculate the total work and heat transfer required to triple the i...
- 13.1396: A rigid tank contains a mixture of 4 kg of He and 8 kg of O2 at 170...
- 13.1397E: The mass fractions of a mixture of gases are 15 percent nitrogen, 5...
- 13.1398: Using EES (or other) software, write a program to determine the mol...
- 13.1399: Using EES (or other) software, write a program to determine the app...
- 13.13100: Using Amagats law, show that Zm 5 a k i51 yi Zi for a real-gas mixt...
- 13.13101: An ideal-gas mixture whose apparent molar mass is 20 kg/kmol consis...
- 13.13102: An ideal-gas mixture consists of 2 kmol of N2 and 6 kmol of CO2. Th...
- 13.13103: An ideal-gas mixture consists of 2 kmol of N2 and 4 kmol of CO2. Th...
- 13.13104: A rigid tank is divided into two compartments by a partition. One c...
- 13.13105: An 80-L rigid tank contains an ideal-gas mixture of 5 g of N2 and 5...
- 13.13106: An ideal-gas mixture consists of 3 kg of Ar and 6 kg of CO2 gases. ...
- 13.13107: An ideal-gas mixture consists of 60 percent helium and 40 percent a...
- 13.13108: One compartment of an insulated rigid tank contains 2 kmol of CO2 a...
- 13.13109: A pistoncylinder device contains an ideal-gas mixture of 3 kmol of ...
- 13.13110: An ideal-gas mixture of helium and argon gases with identical mass ...
- 13.13111: The simple additive rule may not be appropriate for the volume of b...
- 13.13112: You have a rigid tank equipped with a pressure gauge. Describe a pr...
- 13.13113: Prolonged exposure to mercury even at relatively low but toxic conc...

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