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    As part of a a continuous process, SO2 is expanded through a throttling valve from 100 degrees C, 10 bar to a pressure of 1 bar. Use the thermodynamic web to derive an equation for the enthalpy change for this process by using T and P as independent variables. Use \[\text{d}h=c_p\text{ d}T+\left[ -T \left( \frac{\partial v}{\partial T} \right)_T+v \right] \text{ d}P\] as starting point

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    I made a typo: \[\text{d}h=c_p\text{ d}T+\left[ -T \left( \frac{\partial v}{\partial T} \right)_P+v \right] \text{ d}P\]

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