Question 11.11

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Valeria Viera 1B
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Question 11.11

Postby Valeria Viera 1B » Sun Jan 13, 2019 7:44 pm

I don’t understand how the ratio between O2 and O3 is different. How would you predict it just from seeing a equation. Is it because of the molar ratios?

Tyra Nguyen 4H
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Re: Question 11.11

Postby Tyra Nguyen 4H » Sun Jan 13, 2019 9:12 pm

There would be different concentrations of O3 and O2 because there are different amounts of starting moles (.10-mol compared with 0.5-mol). The difference in starting moles while keeping the same liter size yields a difference in concentration, as concentration is calculated with moles/liter. the different concentrations mean that there is a different ratio for just [O2]/[O3].

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