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# IMG_0004_NEW_0001 - the value of K"at 5oo K. L...

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Question 4: The following partial pressures were observed for the tion at 50O K: reac- (3) 2 NH3 (g) * N, (*) * 3 H, (*) 'PNH' PNz Puz 0.01 atm 0.03 atm 0.01 atm a) Calculate the value of K, and the total pressure at 50O K. ---\ tr= fry'Pll ' I pNHl' (,, otg \- -{,,+4 fw^rwya ar Jtt l( , > P => Y relr4 ( u' + ?t\t : 1 o-cl at^ 1 7'cJ At/w' 1 a'of nt'''-, : o'05 alo- O b) Calculate
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Unformatted text preview: the value of K"at 5oo K. L ftu=lt,-l'lt l--/ = tnrbJ" = (o ..goc3 o+,? ) ( o . -) __ /&xt0- [ -;:_ t. v*t X F-D = .l | _--r--lN'r ':h, #t rW)' ffit' n,. L aln^ 06 lnb Y-w"tv tVt : Py (nr)-' c) Using the same data, calculate the value of Ko at 500 K for the reaction given by: jtr,r, * Hz(e) **6NHrr*l 2 ( " 'l ot^)i I (0."s "*J (o c1 a*"*S (4) _z ; tA.1 M"- 3...
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## This note was uploaded on 12/27/2011 for the course CHEM 122 taught by Professor Williams during the Fall '10 term at Simon Fraser.

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