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HW1 - CHM 2 O 4 6 HOMEWORK 1 Name Section TA 1 For the...

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Unformatted text preview: CHM 2 O 4 6 HOMEWORK 1 Name Section TA 1. For the reaction H2(g) + I2(g) €=§ 2HI(g), Kp = 22.5. (a) If PH2 = 0.100 atm and PHI = 0.250 atm, what is P12? P = I2 (b) If PH2 = 0.100 atm and PI2 = 0.150 atm, what is PHI? PHI = 2. If initially all partial pressures are 0.200 atm, what partial pressures are expected at equilibrium? 802(9) + N02(g) 5r: so3(g) + N0(g), Kp=4.0 P = P = P = P = 3. For reaction as indicated: —2 N204(g) e=é 2 N02(g). Kp = 4.36 x 10 (at some T) (a) Find K when the equation is written as: 2 N02(g)-EF$ N204(g) KP \ (b) Find K for the equation as: 2 N204(g) 5?: 4 N02(g) Kp: 4. For each reaction, how will the change shift the equilibrium and what will be the effects on the [...] and n values? Equation for reaction Change Shift Effects A lied R L or N I D or S NH4Cl(s) 5e NH3(g) + HCl(g) add NH3 ___ [NH3] = [HCl] = nNH4Cl(s) = NH4Cl(s) {e NH3(g) + HCl(g) add HCl ___ [NH3] = [HCl] = nNH4Cl(s) = NH4Cl(s) as NH3(g) + HCl(g) add NH4C1 ___ [NH3] = [HCl] = nNH4Cl(s) = Recommended Text Chapter 17 Problems: 1—4, 14, 28, 29, 33, 34, 37—39, 43, 44, 46, 48, 49, 53—60, 73.. Recommended text problems are not to be turned in. They are suggested as study guides. The answers to many of these are in the back of the text. Solutions will be posted outside the CLC. Turn in completed homework sets to your TA before class on the date indicated. Solutions will be posted Tuesday morning and also will be available for the cost of duplication at the University Copy Center, 1720 W. Univ. Ave. ...
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