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2. Gallium arsenide (GaAs) is an important eonlpomld to the eleen'onies industry. It is produced in the following reaction between arsine (Asg) and

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2. Gallium arsenide (GaAs) is an important eonlpomld to the eleen‘onies industry. It is produced
in the following reaction between arsine (Asflg) and trinlefllyl gallium (Ga(CH3)3) : 21ng (g) + Ga(CH3)3 (g) a GaAs (s) + 3 cm (g) If this reaction is initiated at 760°C between 1.00 atm of Ga(CH3)3 and 1.00 atm of ASH3 in a
rigid 1L vessel, and 1.00 X 10—5 ml of AsH; is left to dispose of at the end of the reaction?
what is the equilibrium constant, KP? A) 2.21 2: MI2
E) 3.32 x 107
C) 4.25 x 11)6 D) 1.42 2:10‘5
B) 2.20 2:1011

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6 comments
  • where did you get 0.99916 atm ?
    • chemnerd8
    • May 07, 2018 at 5:01am
  • It is a difference between the pressure at the beginig and the pressure of AsH3 left at the end of the reaction.
    • jivic988
    • May 07, 2018 at 5:32am
  • 1 atm - 8.39 x 10^-4 atm = 0.99916 atm
    • jivic988
    • May 07, 2018 at 5:33am
  • Please let me know if you need more explanations.
    • jivic988
    • May 07, 2018 at 5:34am
  • Ah okay! Thank you so much!
    • chemnerd8
    • May 07, 2018 at 12:05pm
  • Welcome!
    • jivic988
    • May 07, 2018 at 1:02pm

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Reaction equation is as follows AsH3 +Ga(CH3)3 <--------->GaAs +3CH4 initialpressures of the species we ignore GaAs... View the full answer

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