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carbon dioxide is dissociated into carbon monoxide and oxygen. the dissociation constant for carbon dioxide is 2% . the temperature is 1800 C and the pressure is 1atm. calculate Kp for the reaction.

carbon dioxide is dissociated into carbon monoxide and oxygen. the dissociation constant for carbon dioxide is 2% . the temperature is 1800 C and the pressure is 1atm. calculate Kp for the reaction.

Grade:11

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Aman Bansal
592 Points
9 years ago

Dear Parth,

    The partial pressures can then be defined as:

    The equilibrium constant can be found to equal the following after some algebraic manipulation:

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