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    This is problem having troubles with.
    Determined at 1123 K.
    C(s)+Co2(g) >2CO(g) K'p=1.3 x 10^14
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    CO(g) + Cl2(g)>COCl2(g) K"p=6.0 x 10^-3
    Equilibrium constat expression Kp for reaction
    C(s) + CO2(g)+2Cl2(g)>2COCl2(g)
    Kp=(PCOCL2)^2/((PCl2)^2 x (PCO2))

    Calculate the equilibrium constant at 1123K.

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