Question Focus 5I.17 7th edition

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Question Focus 5I.17 7th edition

Postby 105169446 » Tue Jan 15, 2019 8:29 pm

I looked at the solution for this question and the manual says "The concentration of N2 and O2 remain practically the same at 0.114 mol/L". I don't understand how we can come to this solution. Could someone enlighten me?

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Re: Question Focus 5I.17 7th edition

Postby Gary Qiao 1D » Tue Jan 15, 2019 10:01 pm

if you do not look at the conclusion the solution manual gives, calculating the equilibrium concentration for N2 and O2 would be .114-X, X being equal to 1.8x10^-4. .114-1.8x^10-4 = .1138, which is essentially .114 mol/L.


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