Problems in Metallurgical Thermodynamics and Kinetics by G. S. Upadhyaya, R. K. Dube and D. W. Hopkins (Auth.)

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1327°C. P. -1097°C. (vi) Molar heat capacity of Cl? 85 χ IO6 T~2 J/K/mol) in the tempera­ ture range 25°-2727°C. 15 PROBLEMS IN METALLURGICAL THERMODYNAMICS AND KINETICS Calculate the heat required per kg to raise the temperature of steel scrap from 25°C (298 K) to 1600°C (1873 K) from the following data given f o r i ron : (i) Iron undergoes s o l i d state transformation at 760°, 910° and 1400°C (1033, 1183 and 1673 K) with heat of formation of 326, 215 and 165 cal/mole (1,364, (ii) 900 and 690 J/mol) Melting point of iron is 1537°C (1810 K) and heat of fusion is 3,670 cal /mole (15,355 J/mol).

17 The transformation in manganese can be represented as: Mn(ct) 720°C 1100°C 1136°C ► Mn(3) ► Μη(γ) > Μη(δ). Calculate the heat of reaction when Μη(δ) is oxidized by pure oxygen to form MnO at 1200°C (1473 K). 0 hJ/mol). 30 kJ/mol). *ö kJ/mol). J/mol). 66 x 10 . 77 C P Μη(δ) = Ί Ί C = 1 1 Mn( P,MnO · 3 0 cal Cp x 10 3 " T - °·88 J/K/mol). J/K/mol). 68 X IO5 T~2 J/K/mol). 67 X IO5 f2 J/K/mol). = 0 J/K/mol). 44 J/K/mol). 18 A fuel gas containing 40% CO, 10% C0 2 and rest N^ (by volume) is burnt completely with air in a furnace.

90 - J/K/mol). J/K/™l). 78 cal/deg. 1) should be integrated between the l i m i t s of temperature involved in the change. I t f o l l o w s , t h e r e f o r e , that To S { To 2 r'2 dS T, «q rev T The Second Law of Thermodynamics : Entropy and Free Energy 33 6q or rev T ' > Ί where Sj and Sj are the entropies of the system at temperatures T, respectively. 5) dT. Ί The above equation permits the calculation of entropy of a substance at a temperature from its value at another temperature. The entropy values are generally stated at 25°C (298 K)> thus S T2 = S 2 298 Cp ~£ dT.

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