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A 10 litre box contains O2 & O3 at equilibrium at 2000 K.Kp=4.17*10^14 for 2O3 3O2. Assume Po2>>Po3 & total pressure=7.33 atm,then find the partial pressure of O3.How to solve it?Please help!

A 10 litre box contains O2 & O3 at equilibrium at 2000 K.Kp=4.17*10^14 for 2O3<---->3O2. Assume Po2>>Po3 & total pressure=7.33 atm,then find the partial pressure of O3.How to solve it?Please help!

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deepak kumar singh AskiitiansExpert-IITM
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11 years ago

dear palak

according to equation

Kp = P(O2)3/P(O3)2 :

AND TOTAL PRESSURE = P(O2)  +   P(O3)  :

JUST SOLVE THESE TWO EQUATION AND YOU WILL GET THE ANSWER

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