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PL%20Worksheet%207 - 2 in a flask and nothing else. Solve...

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PL Worksheet #7 17.5 Calculations in Equilibrium 1. Define the equilibrium equation (K) for the following reaction: Ni ( s ) + Cl 2 ( g ) NiCl 2 ( g ) K c = 1.55 * 10 −2 2. At equilibrium in the above reaction, are products or reactants favored? 3. Given 155 g of Ni, 0.250 M of Cl 2 and 0.155 M of NiCl 2 , solve for Q and determine which direction the reaction will proceed. 4. Create an equilibrium table using the initial concentrations in question 3. 5. Solve for the equilibrium concentrations of each gaseous chemical species in this reaction.
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6. Given a chemical reaction: 2 NO 2 ( g ) NO( g ) + NO 3 ( g ) K c = 1.65 * 10 −10 Initially there are 0.515 M of NO
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Unformatted text preview: 2 in a flask and nothing else. Solve for the equilibrium concentrations of each component in this system. 7. Given the chemical reaction: H 2 ( g ) + Cl 2 ( g ) 2 HCl ( g ) K C = 7.6 * 10 3 If there is initially 0.250 atm of H 2 , 0.250 atm of Cl 2 and no HCl, solve for the equilibrium concentration of this reaction. 8. Given the reaction: A ( aq ) + 2 B ( aq ) C ( aq ) + 3 D ( aq ) K = 7.4 * 10-3 Solve for the K for: 3 A ( aq ) + 6 B ( aq ) 3 C ( aq ) + 9 D ( aq ) K = Solve for the K for: C ( aq ) + 3 D ( aq ) A ( aq ) + 2 B ( aq ) K =...
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