Express the equilibrium constant of the following

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Unformatted text preview: mperature and pressure. Now some N2 is added to the mixture while the mixture temperature and pressure are kept constant. Will this affect the number of moles of O2? How? 1611C Which element is more likely to dissociate into its monatomic form at 3000 K, H2 or N2? Why? 1612 Using the Gibbs function data, determine the equilibrium constant KP for the reaction H 2 1 O2 H 2O at 2 (a) 298 K and (b) 2000 K. Compare your results with the KP values listed in Table A28. 1613E Using Gibbs function data, determine the equilibrium constant KP for the reaction H 2 1 O2 H 2O at 2 (a) 537 R and (b) 3240 R. Compare your results with the 1040, KP values listed in Table A28. Answers: (a) 1.12 (b) 1.90 104 (a) (b) (c) (d) CO (e) CO2 CO2 CO 1 O2 2 CO O2 CO2 1 O2 2 2O2 5N2 CO2 1.5O2 2CO O2 2CO2 CO 1 2 O2 5N2 at 3 atm at 1 atm at 1 atm at 4 atm at 1 atm 165C The equilibrium constant of the dissociation reaction H2 2H at 3000 K and 1 atm is KP1. Express the equilibrium constants of the following reactions at 3000 K in terms...
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