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# Chpt%2017-2 - More Equilibrium 17.3 17.5 and 17.6 17.5 Word...

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More Equilibrium 17.3, 17.5 and 17.6

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17.5 Word Problem For the reaction CaCO 3 ( s ) CaO( s ) + CO 2 ( g ) where K p = 0.85. If you begin with 71 g of CaCO 3 , no CaO and 0.15 atm of CO 2 , what is the final pressure of CO 2 ? Note: Final pressure is the same as equilibrium pressure
16.5 More Practice Equilibrium: Given a reaction: 2 BrCl 5 ( l ) Br 2 ( l ) + 5 Cl 2 ( g ) K p = 24 With initial values: BrCl 5 = 0.15 L Br 2 = 0.085 L Cl 2 = 2.3 atm What are the equilibrium values?

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16.5 Practice 2 NO 2 ( g ) NO ( g ) + NO 3 ( g ) K p = 2.55 * 10 -3 Initial conditions: NO 2 = 2.55 atm NO = 1.00 atm NO 3 = 1.00 atm Equilibrium conditions?
17.3 K c and K p Reactions in Solution Denoted by ( aq ) Concentration measured by Molarity The K value is referred to as K c Reactions in Gas Denoted by ( g ) Concentration measured by atm The K value is referred to as K p There is a relationship between K c and K p We will cover that later… right now, everything is K c

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