lec15p5 - the equilibrium pressure of H 2 (g) is 0.1 atm. K...

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1 Example 1 At some temperature K p = 55 for the reaction of hydrogen with bromine gas to form HBr(g). Suppose that 1 atm of H 2 , 2 atm of Br 2 (g), and 3 atm of HBr(g) are placed together in a container at this temperature. What are the concentrations of each substance at equilibrium? Example 2 At some temperature K p = 55 for the reaction of hydrogen with bromine gas to form HBr(g). Suppose that 1 atm of H 2 , 1 atm of Br 2 (g), and 5 atm of HBr(g) are placed together in a container at this temperature. What are the concentrations of each substance at equilibrium? Example 3 Determine how much ammonia NH 3 (g) must have been placed into an evacuated flask if
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Unformatted text preview: the equilibrium pressure of H 2 (g) is 0.1 atm. K p = 6.78 x 10 5 for the Haber process at this temperature. Example 4 Determine the equilibrium pressures of N 2 (g) , H 2 (g), and NH 3 (g) that develop when 1 atm, 3 atm, and 100 atm of each are respectively placed into an evacuated flask. K p = 6.78 x 10 5 for the Haber process at this temperature. 2 Example 5 If the total equilibrium pressure measured above the reaction of NiO(s) with CO(g) to form Ni(s) and CO 2 (g) is 2.5 atm and if K p = 255 for the reaction, what are the equilibrium partial pressures of CO(g) and CO 2 (g) ?...
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lec15p5 - the equilibrium pressure of H 2 (g) is 0.1 atm. K...

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