6th edition hw problem 11.7

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6th edition hw problem 11.7

Postby 905084274 » Mon Jan 07, 2019 5:31 pm

I don't understand how you can identify which flask represents the point in time at which the reaction has reached equilibrium? Can someone please explain this. I tried counting out the number of X2 molecules as well as the dissociation of diatomic molecules... The answer is flask #3 but I don't know why.

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Re: 6th edition hw problem 11.7

Postby Kate_Santoso_4F » Mon Jan 07, 2019 5:44 pm

You must count the number of diatomic molecules in each of the flasks. It goes from 11 to 8 to 5 to 5 from left to right. Since there was no change after the third flask, equilibrium is reached there.

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Re: 6th edition hw problem 11.7

Postby 905084274 » Mon Jan 07, 2019 6:02 pm

Thank you! How do you find the % decomposition? it says (6/11) x 100% but where does 6 come from?

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Re: 6th edition hw problem 11.7

Postby Amy Dinh 1A » Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:49 pm

905084274 wrote:Thank you! How do you find the % decomposition? it says (6/11) x 100% but where does 6 come from?


You start out with 11 X2 molecules, and after the reaction reaches equilibrium, you are left with 5 X2 molecules. This means that 6 of the initial 11 X2 molecules decomposed to X.

Hope this helps!


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