Consider the reversible elementary reaction N O + H + CO↔ NCO + OH.
The Arrhenius rate parameters for the reverse rate coefficient for this reaction are given (using standard SI units, with the exception of kmol for moles - the system of units that we have been using in class) as A = 2e12, b = 0, and EA = 1.7e8. You are to use this system of units in answering the following questions.
a. What are the units of the reverse rate coefficient kr(T)?
b. What are the units of the forward rate coefficient kf(T)?
c. What are the units of the partial-pressure equilibrium constant KP(T)?
d. What are the units of the molar-concentration equilibrium constant KC(T)?
e. At a temperature of 2000 K, the value of the partial-pressure equilibrium constant KP(T) is 0.1. What are the values of the forward and reverse rate coefficients and of KC(T)at 2000 K?
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