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It is the purpose of this book to present a concise and sufficiently detailed de scription of the present state and possibilities of calculating chemical equilibria of gas mixtures.

Author: R. Holub

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401017756

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It is the purpose of this book to present a concise and sufficiently detailed de scription of the present state and possibilities of calculating chemical equilibria of gas mixtures. It is based on a book by one of the authors, published in Czech by the Publishing House Academia in Prague. The rapid development of the topic during the two years since publication of the Czech edition has made it necessary to revise practically all the sections in order to bring them up to the present level of know ledge. One reason for writing this book was the practical requirement of contemporary industry, where a rational utilization of equilibrium composition calculations may provide valuable information concerning processes under study in all stages of their implementation. A second reason was the need of a text-book for studying this part of chemical thermodynamics in the scope as taught at the Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague. These two basic motives determine the overall structure of the book, as well as the proportions and arrangement of the chapters. The book includes fundamental thermodynamic concepts as well as the mathematical apparatus needed to solve the problems involved, care being taken that the discussion should always l!!ad to a practical procedure of performing equilibrium calculations in gas-phase systems of any degree of complexity whatever. Knowledge of chemical thermodynamics on the level of a fundamental university course is assumed.
2013-06-29 By R. Holub

Author: bert Holub

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ISBN: OCLC:1260479971

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1975 By bert Holub

Author: R. Holub

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ISBN: 940101776X

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2014-01-15 By R. Holub

Monografie navazuje na české vydání publikace Chemická rovnováha plynných reakcí (R. Holub 1972) a je vzhledem k rychlému rozvoji oboru upravena.

Author: Robert Holub

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ISBN: LCCN:76377070

Category: Chemical equilibrium

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Monografie navazuje na české vydání publikace Chemická rovnováha plynných reakcí (R. Holub 1972) a je vzhledem k rychlému rozvoji oboru upravena. V jednotlivých kapitolách pojednává o rovnovážných stavech ve složitých plynných soustavách, v nichž probíhají chemické přeměnné procesy. Podává stechiometrický rozbor chemicky reagujících soustav se zaměřením na obecný popis soustavy chemické rovnováhy a uvádí praktické výpočetní postupy aplikovatelné na výzkum chemických procesů.
1975 By Robert Holub

In this volume (volume 1), the fundamental aspects of thermodynamics are presented.

Author: Michael Grätzel

Publisher: Universal-Publishers

ISBN: 9781581127720

Category: Science

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In this volume (volume 1), the fundamental aspects of thermodynamics are presented. The first & second laws of thermodynamics are illustrated. The need to define thermodynamic temperature & the nature of entropy are explained. The book explores the meaning of auxiliary thermodynamic functions, the origin, usefulness & use of partial molar quantities. Gaseous systems & phase equilibrium, in systems where chemical reactions do not take place, are described In volume 2, the tools necessary to study & understand systems in which chemical reactions can take place are developed. The variables of reaction are the keys to understanding. Criteria for chemical equilibrium are established. It is shown how chemical reactions can provide work, as for example, in batteries. For complex systems, the number of independent reactions & their nature have to be determined systematically. The effect of external factors on chemical equilibria is analyzed & illustrated. The formalism necessary to study ideal & real solutions is provided. The various standard states in use & the corresponding activity coefficients are clearly defined. The statistical aspect of thermodynamics is best understood once students are familiar with the rest of the book, for this reason, is treated in the last chapter. Both volumes comply with the latest IUPC recommendations for symbols. Most of the specific mathematical tools are presented either directly in the text if they are used mostly in one chapter, while the others are included in an appendix. A primarily phenomenological approach has been selected to keep chemical thermodynamics easily accessible to beginners. Intermediate steps in the derivations have been kept to enhance the clarity of the presentation. A large number of problems, most of them original, will with complete solutions, are provided. They give this textbook a great pedagogical value. This book is primarily destined to students, graduate students & practicing scientists in the fields of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering & Material Sciences.
2000-01-01 By Michael Grätzel

Author: Barry D. Josephs

Publisher: Higginson Books

ISBN: 0740470035

Category: Chemical equilibrium

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This 1970 book, the authors derive the equations describing equilibria in different types of system and outline the effect of variation of the parameters of the system on the equilibrium composition by using equilibrium calculations in high ...

Author: F. van Zeggeren

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 052117225X

Category: Science

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This 1970 book, the authors derive the equations describing equilibria in different types of system and outline the effect of variation of the parameters of the system on the equilibrium composition by using equilibrium calculations in high temperature, high pressure processes, in rocketry and in explosives technology.
2011-02-17 By F. van Zeggeren

This book will be of use to a wide audience of students and professionals in the fields of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Bio related Sciences.

Author: Pierre Infelta

Publisher: Universal-Publishers

ISBN: 1581124163

Category: Science

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The fundamental aspects of classical thermodynamics are presented in a simple compact way. The equations derived are illustrated by numerous (111) examples, often direct application of the relations just obtained. The (four) laws of thermodynamics are presented and illustrated. The need to define thermodynamic temperature, the meaning of auxiliary thermodynamic functions, the origin, usefulness and use of partial molar quantities are all examined. Gaseous systems, phase equilibria and chemical reactions are quantitatively treated. It is shown how chemical reactions can provide work. Ideal and non ideal solutions are presented with the various standard states and activity coefficients. This book will be of use to a wide audience of students and professionals in the fields of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Bio related Sciences. REVIEW Dr. Infelta has prepared a compact Introductory Thermodynamics book which will serve well for mature students who need a command of this important field. Undergraduate students will find the presentation logical, the examples thoughtful, and the coverage thorough. Students and professionals for whom memory or mastery of previous thermodynamics courses have dimmed, will find, in addition to the above virtues, careful derivation of the properties of non-ideal systems and emphasis on when to use these results instead of ideal system results, treatment of multireaction equilibria, and (a personal favorite) a succinct elucidation of that odd proposition of thermodynamics, Le Châtelier's Principle. These students will value this small volume packed with the power of classical thermodynamics. Lynn Melton, Professor of Chemistry, University of Texas, Dallas.
2004 By Pierre Infelta

9.1 Chemical Equilibrium in Gaseous Systems In this section , we shall derive an expression relating the Gibbs energy change for a reaction in the gas phase to the concentrations of the reacting species and temperature .

Author: Raymond Chang

Publisher: University Science Books

ISBN: 1891389068

Category: Science

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Hailed by advance reviewers as "a kinder, gentler P. Chem. text," this book meets the needs of an introductory course on physical chemistry, and is an ideal choice for courses geared toward pre-medical and life sciences students. Physical Chemistry for the Chemical and Biological Sciences offers a wealth of applications to biological problems, numerous worked examples and around 1000 chapter-end problems.
2000-05-12 By Raymond Chang

Chapter IV CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM IN GAS - LIQUID SYSTEMS The calculation of equilibrium concentrations in gas - liquid systems are also based on the theoretical considerations discussed in the previous chapters . In the gaseous phase the ...

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What degrees of freedom might be chosen for an equilibrium calculation? 5.43 A gaseous system contains CO, CO2 , H2 , H2O, and C6H6 in chemical equilibrium. (a) How many components are there? (b) How many independent reactions?

Author: Robert J. Silbey

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470566602

Category: Science

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Ever since Physical Chemistry was first published in 1913, it has remained a highly effective and relevant learning tool thanks to the efforts of physical chemists from all over the world. Each new edition has benefited from their suggestions and expert advice. The result of this remarkable tradition is now in your hands.
2021-09-22 By Robert J. Silbey

Extension to Multiphase Systems of the RAND Method for Determining Equilibrium Compositions . Proc . ... A Thermodynamic Study of Multiple Reaction Systems at and Near Equilibrium . Diss . ... Chemical Equilibria in Real Gas Systems .

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This book investigates a wide range of phase equilibrium modelling and calculation problems for compositional thermal simulation.

Author: Duncan Paterson

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030117870

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This book investigates a wide range of phase equilibrium modelling and calculation problems for compositional thermal simulation. Further, it provides an effective solution for multiphase isenthalpic flash under the classical framework, and it also presents a new flash calculation framework for multiphase systems, which can handle phase equilibrium and chemical reaction equilibrium simultaneously. The framework is particularly suitable for systems with many phases and reactions. In this book, the author shows how the new framework can be generalised for different flash specifications and different independent variables. Since the flash calculation is at the heart of various types of compositional simulation, the findings presented here will promote the combination of phase equilibrium and chemical equilibrium calculations in future simulators, aiming at improving their robustness and efficiency.
2019-02-14 By Duncan Paterson

R. Holub and P. Wonka (1976) The Chemical Equilibrium of Gaseous Systems, Reidel Publishing Co., Dordrecht. W. R. Smith and R. W. Missen (1982) Chemical Reaction Equilibrium Analysis: Theory and Algorithms, John Wiley & Sons, New York.

Author: M. Capitelli

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400902671

Category: Science

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Molecular Physics and Hypersonic Flows bridges the gap between the fluid dynamics and molecular physics communities, emphasizing the role played by elementary processes in hypersonic flows. In particular, the work is primarily dedicated to filling the gap between microscopic and macroscopic treatments of the source terms to be inserted in the fluid dynamics codes. The first part of the book describes the molecular dynamics of elementary processes both in the gas phase and in the interaction with surfaces by using quantum mechanical and phenomenological approaches. A second group of contributions describes thermodynamics and transport properties of air components, with special attention to the transport of internal energy. A series of papers is devoted to the experimental and theoretical study of the flow of partially ionized gases. Subsequent contributions treat modern computational techniques for 3-D hypersonic flow. Non-equilibrium vibrational kinetics are then described, together with the coupling of vibration-dissociation processes as they affect hypersonic flows. Special emphasis is given to the interfacing of non-equilibrium models with computational fluid dynamics methods. Finally, the last part of the book deals with the application of direct Monte Carlo methods in describing rarefied flows.
2012-12-06 By M. Capitelli

Tonic equilibria 4. Equilibria in reactions in solid phase 38 41 Chapter IV . Chemical Equilibrium in Gas - Liquid Systems 43 44 49 1. Solubility of gases in liquids under pressure 2. Solubility of liquids in compressed gases 3.

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105024834264

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To keep gas systems as moisture free as possible semiconductor manufacturers employ drying filters , usually ... A01 This report presents the latest in a number of versions of chemical equilibrium and applications programs developed at ...

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... t = k / C $ , where k is constant and y calculated from two consecutive observation log ť ' – log t " H. C. log C " , – log CF Influence of Molecular Contiguity on the Chemical Equilibrium of Homogeneous Gaseous Systems .

Author: Chemical Society (Great Britain)

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Rapid computation of equilibrium, chemical composition, and thermodynamic properties of argon-oxygen-hydrogen gas system.

Author: Vincent Robert Mascitti

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ISBN: UIUC:30112106778787

Category: Chemical equilibrium

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Rapid computation of equilibrium, chemical composition, and thermodynamic properties of argon-oxygen-hydrogen gas system.

Author: Sir Cyril Norman Hinshelwood

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ISBN: UOM:39015017222608

Category: Chemical kinetics

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In this example the fact that the system is prepared in a certain way does not give rise to any stoichiometric ... the chemical equilibrium is rapidly established ; ( c ) a system obtained by heating ammonia gas to a temperature at ...

Author: K. G. Denbigh

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521281504

Category: Science

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