Example from Pg 134 in Course Reader

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Example from Pg 134 in Course Reader

Postby 604807557 » Sun Jul 30, 2017 10:27 pm

In the example from this page, K is being used to calculate the concentration of a species at equilibrium.

The example asks what PPCl3 is at equilibrium.

How do you go from KP = PPCl3 PCl2 / PPCl5 to PPCl3 = KP PPCl5 / PCl2 ?

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Re: Example from Pg 134 in Course Reader

Postby Dabin Kang 1B » Sun Jul 30, 2017 11:26 pm

KP = PPCl3 PCl2 / PPCl5
KP (PPCl5 / PCl2) = PPCl3 (PCl2 / PPCl5)(PPCl5 / PCl2)
KP PPCl5 / PCl2 = PPCl3


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