1 what is the maximum number of homogeneous phases that can

1. What is the maximum number of homogeneous phases that can exist at equilibrium for a system involving

  • a liquid phase and a vapor phase, each of which contains ammonia and water.
  • liquid mercury, liquid water, and a vapor phase of mercury and water.
  • liquid acetone and a vapor phase of acetone and N2.

2. Develop the phase rule for chemically reacting systems.

3. Determine the number of degrees of freedom for the gas phase reaction:

CH4 1 H2O dS CO 1 3H2

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