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Two aqueous hydrogen bromide solutions containing 1.0 wt% HBr (SG = 1.0041) and 65.0 wt% HBr (SG- 1.7613) are mixed to form 1350 kg/hr of a 3.90 molar HBr solution (SG - 1.2134). Below is the process flow diagram. mi kg/hr solution (unknown) V1 L/hr solution (unknown) Xi = 1.0 wt% HBr X2 = 99.0 wt% water m3-1350 kg/hr solution V3 L/hr solution (unknown) x5-26.0 wt % HBr XG-74.0 wt% water Mixer m2 kg/hr solution (unknown) ½ L/hr solution (unknown) X3 65.0 wt% HBr X4-35.0 wt% waterIn the blue boxes below, enter the mass balance expressions for HBr and water below entering and leaving the mixer. Refer to all quantities by the variables defined in the flow diagram above, and not the numeric value itself. (Write the expressions in terms of some of or all of the following variables: m1, m2, m3, Xi, X2, X3, X4, Xs, and x6. The only number you may enter into the equation fields is 100.) An expression for the mass of material entering the mixer goes in the left field. An expression for the mass of material leaving the mixer goes in the right field entering leaving Mass balance of HBr. Mass balance of water:

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