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Postby Lauryn Shinno 2H » Sun Mar 03, 2019 8:24 am

In part a, to find Q, the book multiplies the reactant concentration of H+(0.075 M) by the reactant partial pressure of H2 (1 bar) divided by the product of the product concentration of H+ (1 M) multiplied by the product partial pressure of H2 (1 bar). Why are we allowed to multiply concentration by partial pressure and don't convert one into the other?

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Postby megansardina2G » Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:18 am

Q has no units (like K) so when you are multiplying and dividing these values, the units end up cancelling out.

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