problem 5 a calculate the equilibrium constant at 1000 c for ammonia s
Problem 5 a) Calculate the equilibrium constant at 1000 °C for ammonia synthesis in the stoichiometry written below: b) An equimolar mixture of the three species enters a reactor at 1000°C, 10 bar. Determine the compositionat equilibrium, if temperature and pressure remain constant. c) Determine the amount of heat that must be added to, or removed from the reactor to maintain the temperature at 1000°C. Report the result in J per mol of hydrogen in the feed. Additional data: The ideal gas Cp (in J/mol K) of hydrogen, nitrogen, and ammonia are 29.52, 30.58, and45.4, respectively. 3H2 + N2 = 2NH3
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