Fugacities Part 27

H as function of P and T. Integration of gives:


For an ideal gas:


As shown in (103) the integral in (101) is zero and H for an ideal gas is not a function of P


Expanding the lower integration boundary we get:


Combination of the first two terms of the right hand side of (104) yields H for a hypothetical ideal gas. In addition, for an ideal gas mixture there is no excess H



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