Hydrazine (NH4) is a highly toxic and unstable monopropellant that has been used as a rocket...
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Hydrazine (N₂H4) is a highly toxic and unstable monopropellant that has been used as a rocket fuel in
various applications. With help from a catalyst, the complete decomposition of hydrazine occurs in multiple
steps, all of which are very exothermic that result in high temperatures very quickly. To simplify this
problem, assume that hydrazine partially decomposes in a single reaction into molecular hydrogen, molecular
nitrogen, ammonia (NH3), and remaining hydrazine. Set up but do not solve the system of equations that
would determine the product composition. As part of the solution, use the following reactions:
N₂H₂ → N₂ +2H₂
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