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Old Oct 1st 2017, 03:59 PM   #1
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Unhappy Hard Kp Question!

The table below shows initial pressures before equilibration at 600K. Calculate the equilibrium pressures. Assume that the total gas pressure is kept constant.

Initial p(A) - 10.0 atm
Initial p(B) - 10.0 atm
Initial p(C) - 0.0 atm

What I have so far:

Since total pressure remains the same the amount of pressure taken away from A and B must be same as the increase in C so:

A + B ==> 2C

Other than this I have no clue on how to get a value for equilibrium pressure, HELP!
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