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19.1-2. Equimolar Counterdiffusion of NH, and N2 at Steady State. Ammonia gas (A) and nitrogen gas (B) are diffusing in counterdiffusion through a straight glass ute 2.0 ft (0.610 m) long with an inside diameter of 0.080 ft (24.4 mm) at 298 K and 101.32 kPa. Both ends of the tube are connected to large mixed 101.32 kPa. The partial pressure of NH, is constant at 20.0 kPa in one c chamberst at 6.66 kPa in the other. The diffusivity at 298 K and 101.32 kPa is 2.30 x 10 (a) Calculate the diffusion of NH3 in lb mol/h and kg mols. (b) Calculate the diffusion of N2.
) Calculate the partial pressures at a point 1.0 ft (0.305 m) in the tube and plot pa PB and P versus distance z.
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