.Verizon 89% 5:33 PM Done 3. The inside of a soda can is at a pressure of 350 kPa (gauge pressure) at 25 °C. Assuming that the gas content is mostly CO.(you can neglect the amount of water in the vapor to facilitate calculations) a) what are the mole fractions of CO, and water in the liquid? b) what is the partial pressure of water in the gas phase? Was it reasonable to assume that the amount of water in the vapor phase was negligible? Henry's constant for CO, in water is 1630 atm/mole fraction Vapor pressure of water at 25 °C is 23.756 mm Hg

Question
.Verizon
89%
5:33 PM
Done
3. The inside of a soda can is at a pressure of 350 kPa (gauge
pressure) at 25 °C. Assuming that the gas content is mostly
CO.(you can neglect the amount of water in the vapor to
facilitate calculations)
a) what are the mole fractions of CO, and water in the liquid?
b) what is the partial pressure of water in the gas phase? Was
it reasonable to assume that the amount of water in the
vapor phase was negligible?
Henry's constant for CO, in water is 1630 atm/mole fraction
Vapor pressure of water at 25 °C is 23.756 mm Hg

Image Transcription

.Verizon 89% 5:33 PM Done 3. The inside of a soda can is at a pressure of 350 kPa (gauge pressure) at 25 °C. Assuming that the gas content is mostly CO.(you can neglect the amount of water in the vapor to facilitate calculations) a) what are the mole fractions of CO, and water in the liquid? b) what is the partial pressure of water in the gas phase? Was it reasonable to assume that the amount of water in the vapor phase was negligible? Henry's constant for CO, in water is 1630 atm/mole fraction Vapor pressure of water at 25 °C is 23.756 mm Hg

Expert Answer

1 Rating

Want to see the step-by-step answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

*Response times vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes and may be longer for new subjects.

Related Chemical Engineering Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by student like you

Q: 1. (Significant figures are having a volume of 4.7 gallons exhibits a pressure of 145 psig at 70.0 °...

A: (a) To detrmine whether the contents are liquid, vapour, liquid in equilibrium with its vapourThe na...

Q: This problem is (6.13) from a book  "Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics An Integrated Approach...

A: Note: Since we only answer up to 3 sub-parts, we’ll answer the first 3. Please resubmit the question...

Q: 4.4. A stream consisting of 44.6 mole% benzene and 55.4% toluene is fed at a constant rate to a proc...

A: Part (a)Let the molar flowrate of the fed stream be 100 mol/min. At the beginning, all the feed is l...

Q: The analysis of pesticides for environmental extracts using chromatography typically requires a solv...

A: Part (a).Let the basis of the process be 200 kg/min of the feed. Hexane is represented by ‘H’ and di...

Q: 2. The liquid-vapor equilibrium of a mixture of toluene (boiling point Of 110.6 °C at 1 atm) and o-x...

A: A mixture of 2 moles of Toluene and 3 moles of o-xylene is given.(a) To calculate the dew point and ...

Q: The surface temperature of the electronic chip shown below is 75C and it is surrounded by ambient a...

A: The area of the upper surface of the chip carrier is calculated as:

Q: 1. A closed stirred-tank reactor with two compartments is shown in Fig. El. The basic idea s to feed...

A: Assumptions:Let the heat capacity of the component be represented by C and be constant.Let the densi...

Q: PLEASE ANSWER (D) ONLY.

A: Since questions have too many parts, we are only answering first three parts.Part (a)For tank A,Mass...

Q: This question I will post the second time so please help me thank

A:  Dear student, we provide answers to only three parts in a question, so we are answering the first t...