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Isobaric isothermal system

by mech-eng
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mech-eng
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Oct30-13, 09:21 AM
P: 151
how can we understand total molar concentration remains constant in a isobaric isothermal system? if it is from perfect gas equation pv=nrt although p and t are constant but v isn't constant so since mol number can be change over volume, total molar concentration may change.it is a situation of a tube with one end is surrounded by gaseous nitrogen and one end is closed with a solid naphthalene in equilibrium with its vapor.
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Oct30-13, 11:28 PM
P: 37
Total molar concentration remains constant because n can change
probably: if it is solid napthalene in equilibrium with its vapor, then napthalene atoms can desorb and enter the gas phase to maintain equilibrium. so if volume changes, n will change correspondingly
mech-eng
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Oct31-13, 10:37 AM
P: 151
But it must always be constant which is equal to 1 so we shouldn't limit the situation to the isobaric isothermal case.Am I right? is C=CA+CB always true or only for at constant
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