Thermodynamics: Kays Rule


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May2-12, 09:02 PM
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Hello sir, would like some advice on Kays Rule in thermodynamis... it says a volume of .4m^3 of O2 at 300k and 8mpa , mix with .6m^3 of N2 at the same temp and pressure form a mixture at 300k and 8mpa.Determine the volume of the mixture using kays rule..

dont know how to start , i know the formulas for when the problem gives you kmol of the gas but im stuck here..
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