The reaction 2H 2 S ( g ) 2H 2 ( g ) + S 2 ( g ) has an equilibrium constant K p (in terms of pressures) at 527 C of 3.2010 -7 .
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  • 2H2S(g)  2H2(g) + S2(g

has an equilibrium constant Kp (in terms of pressures) at 527 °C of 3.20×10-7. Calculate the concentration of H2 that will be present at 527 °C in equilibrium with H2S (at a concentration of 9.12×10-3 mol L-1) and S2 (at a concentration of 4.66×10-5 mol L-1).

[H2] =  mol L-1

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