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Solid ammonium carbonate, NH4CO2NH2, decomposes at 25 degrees C to ammonia and carbon dioxide. The equilbrium constant for the decompositon at 25...

Solid ammonium carbonate, NH4CO2NH2, decomposes at 25 degrees C to ammonia and carbon dioxide.
The equilbrium constant for the decompositon at 25 degrees C is 2.3 X 10 ^ -4. At 25 degrees C , 7.5 g of NH4CO2NH2 is sealed in a 10 L flask and allowed to decompose.

a. what is the total pressure in the flask when equilbrium is established?
b. what precentage of NH4CO2NH2 decomposed?
c. can you state from the data calculated that the decomposition took place slowely?

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