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`        Hello sir/madamKindly look into the folowing conceptual doubt hat I have-Okay so in a container HI is present ( a moles) and the degree of dissociation is xSo, at equilibrium the reaction will be-2HI  In the socond case why don’t we divide the number of moles of Cl2 left by 2 as we did in the first case for H2 and I2? Please revert I will be very thankful!NOW, my doubt is that-a(1-x) ax ax PCl3 + Cl2PCl5 In a container a moles of PCl5 is present and it dissociates with a degree od dissociation x , hence the reaction at equilibrium will be as follows-Now let’s look at the second case-a(1-x)     ax/2      ax/2 H2  + I2`
3 years ago

Vikas TU
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```							Already answered your qstn.as u have asked twice.Plz check your previous qstn .The answer would be:See first U would need to check the coefficients of the fully Balanced reaction.In case of HI the balanced eqn. is2HI ↔ H2 + I2 a(1-x)  ax/2  ax/2and that is so the conctrations are well divie accordint to the mole concept one.For  a(1-x) moles the conc. for H2 and I2 would obvious get divided by 2 as coeff. of HI is 2 from simple unitary method.Now in case of PCl5 the reaction is:                       PCl5      ----------->              PCl3          +              Cl2at t=t              a(1-x)                                    ax                           axas coeff. of PCl5 is 1 from mole concept -1 or from unitary method,conc. of PCl5 and Cl2 would be 1 too.
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3 years ago
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