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Unformatted text preview: Notes:- It is concentration (not the amount in moles) that determines reaction rates and the dynamic equilibrium state.- The numeric value of K depends on the particular reaction , the units of concentration used (Kp or Kc) and the temperature . Usually the units of K are omitted. 5. The following equilibrium data (all at 30. C) are available for this reaction: N 2 O 4 (g) 2 NO 2 (g ) Experiment P N 2 O 4 P NO 2 Kp 1 0.723 atm 0.393 atm ______________ 2 0.184 atm 0.197 atm ______________ 3 __________ 0.250 atm ______________ 4 0.500 atm __________ ______________ Write out the K expression for this reaction: Calculate the value for Kp for Experiments 1 and 2. What important point is illustrated by these two results? (c) Find the missing entries for Experiments 3 & 4....
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