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Answer: Calculate the equilibrium constant for the

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Problem 70E

Calculate the equilibrium constant for the reaction between Fe2+(aq) and Zn(s) (at 25 oC).

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Friday January 15, 2016 1 Lecture 6: The Equilibrium Constant Clicker Question #1 CaCO​ 3​s) ⇔CaO (s) + CO​ 2​(g) Each of the following mixtures is placed in a closed container. Any solids present are in excess. 1.) pure CaCO​ 3 2.) CaO and a CO​ 2​pressure greater than the value of Kp 3.) CaCO​ 3​and CaO 4.) CaCO​ 3​and a CO​2​pressure greater than the value of K​p Which cannot reach equilibrium a.) 1 b.) 2 c.) 3 d.) 4 e.) they can all reach equilibrium solution: what is the requirement to reach equilibrium K​eq​ p (CO​2​= to reach equilibrium; need the C2​partial pressure to equalp​K​p​s a constant at a given temperature) when CO​ 2​pressure reaches p​value, the system is at equilibrium #1.) pure CaCO​ 3 ● it will eventually reach equilibrium because when you start with CaC3​it will react with regards to the forward reaction and get CO to the value of ​ 2​ p #2.) CaO and CO​ 2​ K​p ● it will eventually reach equilibrium because when you start with the products, they will react with regards to the reverse reaction to get2​to the value of p #3.) CaCO​3​and CaO ● it will eventually reach equilibrium because CaC3​will still react with regards to the forward reaction and will produce CO2​until it reaches the value op K​ #4.) CaCO​ and CO​ > K​ 3​ 2​

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