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Posted by Simon on Wednesday, August 15, 2012 at 9:43pm.

Calculate the rate of heat required to bring 1.80mol/hr of HBr gas from 37.0 C to 434.0C at atmospheric pressure

(Heat capacity of HBr is described by eq.)

Cp (kJ/mol * C) = a + bT + cT^2 + dt^3
T is in C and HBr - a = 2.910x10^-2, b= -2.27x10^-7, c= 9.887x10^-9, and d= -4.858x10^-12

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