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The combustion of a hydrocarbon fuel with air results in a mixture of products of combustion having the composition on a volume basis as follows: 4.89 percent carbon dioxide, 6.50 percent water vapor, 12.20 percent oxygen, and 76.41 per- cent nitrogen. Determine the average molar mass of the mix ture, the average specific heat at constant pressure of the mixture at 600 K, in kJ/kmol K, and the partial pressure of the water vapor in the mixture for a mixture pressure of 200 kPa.

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