11.7 6th Edition

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11.7 6th Edition

Postby Te Jung Yang 4K » Sat Jan 12, 2019 10:55 pm

Would it be possible for someone to help me on 11.7 part c. I got the answer but I'm not quite sure if my reasoning is right. Thanks!

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Re: 11.7 6th Edition

Postby Schuyler_Howell_4D » Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:14 am

First, you have to physically count the individual molecules that are single and the molecules that are still bonded to find the moles of reactants and the moles of products. Once you have those values you multiply them by 0.1 because that is the partial pressure given to you in the problem and you need to find partial pressures. Put those new values into your equation to find K(p) and that will give you the answer.

I think the most confusing part is knowing that you have to count the molecules at equilibrium because they don't give you concentrations in the problem. Hope this helps.

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