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A sample of pure NO2 is heated to 337 °C, at which

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Problem 97E

A sample of pure NO2 is heated to 337 °C, at which temperature it partially dissociates according to the equation:

At equilibrium the density of the gas mixture is 0.520 g/L at 0.750 atm. Calculate Kc for the reaction.

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Solution 97EStep 1The equilibrium reaction of NO, is as follows:Here. K is the equilibrium constant expressed in term of concentration.According to the data, the density of mixture of gases at equilibrium is 0.520 g/L at a pressure of0.750 atm.

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