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Phys. ), 1985. 1 Example of Chemical Equilibrium: The Ammonia Synthesis As an example of how these expressions are used in practical situations, we will calculate the extent to which the ammonia synthesis reaction 1 N + 3 H ¬¾ ¾® NH3 2 2 2 2 (31) proceeds at a given temperature from thermodynamic data. 9 kJ mol–1, both per mole of NH3. In our calculation we assume that the gas mixture approaches equilibrium under conditions where the pressure is constant. This situation corresponds, for instance, to a volume of gas moving through a plug flow reactor with a negligible pressure drop.

J. Phys. ), 1985. 1 Example of Chemical Equilibrium: The Ammonia Synthesis As an example of how these expressions are used in practical situations, we will calculate the extent to which the ammonia synthesis reaction 1 N + 3 H ¬¾ ¾® NH3 2 2 2 2 (31) proceeds at a given temperature from thermodynamic data. 9 kJ mol–1, both per mole of NH3. In our calculation we assume that the gas mixture approaches equilibrium under conditions where the pressure is constant. This situation corresponds, for instance, to a volume of gas moving through a plug flow reactor with a negligible pressure drop.

Hence, the correct form of Eq. 3 Reactions and Thermodynamic Equilibrium where uXptot is the fugacity coefficient of the pure gas X at pressure ptot and at the given temperature. Note that fugacity coefficients depend on both pressure and temperature. e. constant total pressure and a stoichiometric gas mixture (N2 + 3H2 at the start), we obtain æ ö ç ÷ ÷ nç 1 x = i ç1 (44) ÷ 2ç 27K (T) p tot ÷ +1 ÷ ç 4 Kfp tot p° è ø Please note that the correction corresponds to introducing a corrected equilibrium constant K(T)/Kputot.

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