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A(g) + B(g) <---> 2C(g) Delta H < 0

A. What would the direction of the reaction

be? I think its right because Q<K

B. How do I calculate the partial pressures at equilibrium of A, B and C at 100 degrees C?

C. And after equilibrium has been reached, the pressure of C is temporarily increased to 1.500 atm. How would I calculate the partial pressures of A, B and C after equilibrium has been reestablished? I know the answer for C is PA=PB=0.190 atm and PC=1.314 atm but I don't know how to get to those answers?

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Answer A Q&lt;K then the balance will move to the right, i.e.... View the full answer

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