Given the following reaction: C0(g) + H2O(g) <> C02(g) + H2(g) (Please see the attachment for the properly formatted reaction).
a) Write the equilibrium constant expression for this reaction. Note: gaseous-phase H20 is included in the equilibrium expressions, unlike liquid phase H20.
b) The equilibrium constant for the reaction is 8.62 x 10^2 atm^2 at 350°C and under constant pressure. If the initial partial pressures of CH4(g) and H20 (g) are 9.64 atm and 28.37 atm, calculate the pressure of all species at equilibrium. Use the quadratic formulae to solve the second degree equation you will obtain.
c) An approximation can be used to simplify the equilibrium constant equations in certain situations, as demonstrated in the attachment...
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K = pCO2 x pH2 / pCO x pH2O
CO + H2O --- CO2 + H2
Initial 9.64 28.37 0 0
Change -p -p +p +p
Equilibrium 9.64-p 28.37-p ...
The equilibrium constant expressions are examined. The quadratic formulas solved for a second degree are determined.
Equilibrium constant expressions: Example problems
1. Write the equilibrium constant expression (K) for the following reaction
CS2 (g) + 4H2 (g) --> CH4 (g) + 2H2S (g)
2. Write the equilibrium constant expression (K) for the following reaction
CuO (s) + H2 (g) --> Cu (s) + H2O (g)
3. Ammonium chloride is sometimes used as a flux in soldering because it decomposes upon heating:
NHCl (s) --> NH3 (g) + HCl (g)
The HCl formed removes oxide films from metal to be soldered. In a certain equilibrium system at 300ºC, 8.2g of NH4Cl is present. The partial pressures of NH3 and HCl are 2.0 atm and 5.0 atm, respectively. Calculate K at 300ºC.View Full Posting Details