# Calculate the fugacity of each component in the mixture as predicted by the virial equation, an ideal-mixture model, and the ideal-gas model.

Calculate the fugacity of each component in the mixture as predicted by the virial equation, an ideal-mixture model, and the ideal-gas model..

Consider a mixture of nitrogen(1) + n-butane(2) for each of the options: (i) 395 K and 2 MPa; (ii) 460 K and 3.4 MPa; (iii) 360 K and 1 MPa.

(a) Calculate the fugacity coefficients for each of the components in the mixture using the virial coefficient correlation. Make a table for your results at y1 = 0.0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1.0. Plot the results on a graph. On the same graph, plot the curves that would be used for the mixture fugacity coefficients if an ideal mixture model were assumed. Label the curves.

(b) Calculate the fugacity of each component in the mixture as predicted by the virial equation, an ideal-mixture model, and the ideal-gas model. Prepare a table for each component, and list the three predicted fugacities in three columns for easy comparison. Calculate the values at y1 = 0.0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1.0. Calculate the fugacity of each component in the mixture as predicted by the virial equation, an ideal-mixture model, and the ideal-gas model.

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