hw4due020810

hw4due020810 - c for the decomposition of NOBr 2 N O B r g...

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Due Monday February 8 Prof. William Casey Name_________________________________________ Chemistry 2B, Winter 2010 Student ID Number______________________ Homework 4 Lab TA Name and Time______________________ Instructions: Show all of your work in addition to your answer to the following questions on a separate piece of paper. Put your name on this and all pages, staple your work to this page, and turn it in to your TA’s mailbox by 5 PM on Monday February 8, 2010 . (1) Calculate the equilibrium constant K
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Unformatted text preview: c for the decomposition of NOBr 2 N O B r ( g ) ↔ 2NO(g) + Br 2 (g) given that [NOBr] = 0.46 M, [NO] = 0.1 M, and [Br 2 ] = 0.3 M at equilibrium. (2) If [NOBr] = 1 M, [NO] = 0.2 M, and [Br 2 ] = 0.8 M, calculate the reaction quotient Q c for the reaction shown in (1) and determine which direction the reaction shifts to attain equilibrium. (3) Which direction does the reaction in (1) shift when more NOBr(g) is added, the temperature is increased, and the overall pressure is decreased?...
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