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    At a given temperature, the equilibrium constant (Kp) for the decomposition of dinitrogen dioxide is 0.172. If 0.224atm N2O4 is sealed in a flask, what partial pressure of NO2 will exist at equilibrium?

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    This solution provides a quick answer in regards to how to find partial pressure in an equilibrium using the initial and final state of the gas.

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