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The equilibrium constant, K, of a reaction at a particulartemperature is determined by the concentrations or pressuresof the reactants and products at equilibrium. ReviewConstants Periodic Table CO(g) + Cl2(g) = COC12 (8)Carbon monoxide and chlorine gas are allowed to react in asealed vessel at 453 c. At equilibrium, the concentrationswere measured and the following results obtained: For agaseous reaction with the general form Gas Partial Pressure(at) A+bB = c + dD CO 0.720 the Ke and Kp expressions aregiven by 1.17 d Cl2 COCl2 0.250 Ke= AB Kp = (PC) (PA)"(PB) What is the equilibrium constant, Kp. of this reaction?Express your answer numerically. View Available Hints)Tempes Symbols ufido redoreslat keyboard shortcuts helpThe subscript cor p indicates whether K is expressed in termsof concentrations or pressures. Equilibrium-constantexpressions do not include a term for any pure solids orliquids that may be involved since their composition does notchange throughout the reaction. The standard state of a pure
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