Analyzing a Heterogeneous Equilibrium
Each of these mixtures was placed in a closed container and allowed to stand:
(a) CaC03(s). (b) CaO(s) and C02(g) at a pressure greater than the value of Kp. (c) CaC03(s) and C02(g) at a pressure greater than the value of Kp. (d) CaC03(s) and CaO(s)
Determine whether or not each mixture can attain the equilibrium
CaC03(s) ⇌ CaO(s) + 002(g)
If 8.0 g of NH4HS(s) is placed in a sealed vessel with a volume of 1.0 L and heated to 200 °C the reaction NH4HS(s) = NH3(g) + H2S(g) will occur When the system comes to equilibrium, some NH4HS(s) is still present. Which of the following changes will lead to a reduction in the amount of NH4HS(s) that is present, assuming in all cases that equilibrium is re-established following the change?
(a) Adding more NH3(g) to the vessel, (b) Adding more H2S(g) to the vessel, (c) Adding more NH4HS(s) to the vessel, (d) Increasing the volume of the vessel, (e) decreasing the volume of the vessel.
CHEM 120 Week 7 Notes Ch.22 • Geometries o 4 single bonds = tetrahedral = sp 3 o 1 double bond and 2 single bonds = trigonal planar = sp 2 o 1 triple bond and 1 single bond = sp • Hydrocarbons o Alkane: single bonds o Alkene: double bonds o Alkyne: triple bonds o Aromatic: ring • Drawing...