|Feb26-11, 06:30 PM||#1|
Work done by isothermal expansion of reaction vessel (changing moles)?
Temperature 298K, Original Volume 1L
0.0627 mol of A originally --> Pi=1 atm
0.1044 mol of B finally --->Pf=2.55 atm
I don't think you can simply use w=-nRTln(Pi/Pf) because number of moles is changing here.
How would you solve this?
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