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Postby Robert Estrada » Thu Feb 01, 2018 8:20 pm

The oxidation of nitrogen in the hot exhaust of jet engines and automobile engines
occurs by the reaction
N2 (g) + O2 (g) ----> 2NO (g) ΔHº =+180.6kJ
a. How much heat is absorbed by the formation of 1.55 mol of NO?
b. How much heat is absorbed by the reaction of 5.45 L of nitrogen measured at
1.00 atm and 273K?
c. when the oxidation of N2 to No was completed in a bomb calorimeter, the heat was measured at 492J. What mass of nitrogen gas was oxidized?

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Re: 8.85

Postby Esin Gumustekin 2J » Thu Feb 01, 2018 9:35 pm

For part a, delta H is 180.6kJ/mol reaction. Since there are 2 moles of NO per mole of reaction, delta H is 180.6KJ/2mol NO. If you multiply this number by 1.55 mol NO you will find the heat absorbed in the reaction. In this case, the answer comes out to be 140kJ

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Re: 8.85

Postby Jasmine Wu 1L » Thu Feb 01, 2018 9:48 pm

To answer this question:

a) Find the correlation between the enthalpy change and the number of moles of NO from thermochemical equation. The heat absorbed to form 2 mol NO is the given 180.6 kJ. Then, just multiply the 1.55 mol NO by the ratio described above: (180.6kJ / 2 mol).

b) Use the ideal gas formula (PV=nRT) to solve this. Plug in the given pressure, volume, temperature, and the R constant (about 0.08286 L.atm.K-1.mol-1 to find the number of moles being reacted. Then, multiply the number of N2 moles being reacted by (180.6kJ / 1 mol N2).

c) Convert the given joules to kilojoules. Then divide that by the given 180.6 kJ/mol to get the amount of moles of the nitrogen that was oxidized. Convert those moles to grams.

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Re: 8.85

Postby Robert Estrada » Fri Feb 02, 2018 1:10 pm

Thank You!

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