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`        In the equilibrium SO2Cl2(g) - SO2(g) +Cl2(g) at 2000K and 10 atm pressure, %Cl2 = %SO2 = 40 (by volume)then calculate Kp ?`
one year ago

```							Dear student SO2Cl2 = SO2 + Cl2100               0           020                  40       402 atm             4 atm   4 atmnow calculate Kp you will get answer as Kp = 8
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one year ago
```							volume percent mean given mole percent thats mean it is mole fraction  cl2 mole fraction is then =.4 then partial pressure =mole fraction  *  total pressure =.4*10=4 same for so2 for so2cl2 at eq P - 4 becoz we take so2cl2 initial partial pressure p  now P -4+4+4 should equal to 10here P =6 then at eq P -4 =2  now kp =4*4/2 =8
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