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The symbol is mathematical shorthand that indicates the calculation of the product among the partial pressure terms of the chemical products or reactants. 51) r The superscripts on the Gibbs functions indicate that they are evaluated at the reference pressure and the indicated temperature. 52) r Example: The water–gas shift reaction is important during gasification, influencing the relative proportions of carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrogen (H2 ) in the product gas: CO + H2 O → CO2 + H2 Assuming that the starting composition of a gas stream contains 1 kilomole each of CO, CO2 , H2 , and steam (H2 O) reacting at 10 atm pressure and 727◦ C (1000 K), what is the expected equilibrium composition of the gas mixture?
For a given mixture of reactants, say methane and oxygen, there is a unique enthalpy– temperature relationship. Similarly, a unique enthalpy relationship exists for the products of methane oxidation (carbon dioxide and water). It is also easy to understand the enthalpy change that occurs for a constant temperature chemical reaction: reactants at To are converted to products at To with a release or absorption of energy known as the enthalpy of reaction HR (To ) at temperature To . Reactions that release energy (exothermic reactions) have negative enthalpies of reaction, whereas reactions that absorb energy (endothermic reactions) have positive enthalpies of reaction.
05 mole% Chapter 2 Fundamental Concepts in Engineering Thermodynamics 23 In reactions of organic compounds, it is often desirable to determine how much carbon in the reactants is converted to particular products. Thus, carbon yield, YC , is defined as the amount of carbon in a specific product to the carbon in the reactant. 26) where the subscript C on the molar and mass terms refers to carbon. 27) where fC,pi is the mass fraction of the carbon in the ith product and fC,r is the mass fraction of the carbon in the reactant.