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    If I have the equilibrium constant for a reaction, how do I figure out the partial pressures of the components? Help!

    equilibrium constant for COCL2 is 4.63 x e-3 at 527 degree centrigrade

    COCL2(g)=CO(g) + CL2(g)

    at 0.760 atm how do I find the partial pressures in atm?

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    backwards equilibrium problem
    If I have the equilibrium constant for a reaction, how do I figure out the partial pressures of the components? Help!

    equilibrium constant for COCL2 is 4.63 x e-3 at 527 degree centrigrade ...

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    This solution explains how to calculate partial pressure given an equilbrium constant.

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