I) Sulphur dioxide (SO2) with a volumetric flow rate 5000cm3/s at 1 bar and 1000C is mixed with a second SO2 stream flowing at 2500cm3/s at 2 bar and 200C. The process occurs at steady state. You may assume ideal gas behaviour. For SO2 take the heat capacity at constant pressure to be CP/R = 3.267+5.234x10-3 T a. What is the molar flow rate of the exit stream? b. What sit eh temperature of the exit stream

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