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This is, in fact, the Thomsen-Berthelot principle. This statement is clearly untenable, since many reactions are known to be both endothermic and incomplete; for example, in the case of Nz04 = 2NOz some additional factor must also be involved in determining the direction of spontaneous change and the eventual position of equilibrium. 2 Thermodynamic reversibility The obvious way to commence an investigation into the nature of this additional factor is to examine spontaneous changes that do not involve accompanying changes in energy; mixing or shuffling processes are often of this type.

1 are the data used in these fuels examples. 7 per cent nitrogen was burnt in 60 per cent excess air (20 per cent oxygen by volume). After passing the combustion gases through a heat exchanger, they were led at 483 K to a stack. Find the rate of heat loss above 293 K. 0 This problem is concerned with the heat loss due to the expulsion of hot gases to the atmosphere. Essentially, then, the heat capacity of the exit gas must be known. 955 mol. 795 mol. 7 with the gas mixture entering at 298 K. Assuming that the very centre of the flame is adiabatic (as it probably is), this problem is simply a balance between the heat produced by the reaction that goes to heat the reaction products, and the flame temperature.

8) for a linear molecule Cv,B =R(3N- 3) and C},s =R(3N- 2) for a nonlinear molecule. 9) The predicted value for the molar heat capacity of a solid at constant volume is thus approximately 25N J K -t mol- 1 , which is closely in agreement with the experimental generalisations of Dulong, Petit and Kopp. 9, though useful in obtaining crude estimates of heat capacity where no experimental data are available, are frequently quite inaccurate, particularly at low temperatures. In practice, and contrary to the simple theory outlined above, heat capacities increase with temperature.

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