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Sulfur dioxide and oxygen in the ratio 2:1 were mixed at constant temperature of 1000K and a constant pressure of 9 atmospheres in the presence of a catalyst. At equilibrium, one third of the sulfur dioxide had been converted into sulfur trioxide. Find kp


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Sulfur dioxide and oxygen in the ratio 2:1 were mixed at constant temperature of 1000K and a constant pressure of 9 atmospheres in the presence of a catalyst. At equilibrium, one third of the sulfur dioxide had been converted into sulfur trioxide. Find kp

Pls help, I don’t know where to start
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Sulfur dioxide and oxygen in the ratio 2:1 were mixed at constant temperature of 1000K and a constant pressure of 9 atmospheres in the presence of a catalyst. At equilibrium, one third of the sulfur dioxide had been converted into sulfur trioxide. Find kp

Pls help, I don’t know where to start
Find the atmospheres of each after the reaction.
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Find the atmospheres of each after the reaction.
I’m not sure how to do that. Are there x initial moles of each ?
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I’m not sure how to do that. Are there x initial moles of each ?
Sulfur dioxide and oxygen in the ratio 2:1 were mixed at constant temperature of 1000K and a constant pressure of 9 atmospheres in the presence of a catalyst. At equilibrium, one third of the sulfur dioxide had been converted into sulfur trioxide. Find kp

Now can you see how to get the initial atmospheres?
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Sulfur dioxide and oxygen in the ratio 2:1 were mixed at constant temperature of 1000K and a constant pressure of 9 atmospheres in the presence of a catalyst. At equilibrium, one third of the sulfur dioxide had been converted into sulfur trioxide. Find kp

Now can you see how to get the initial atmospheres?
Yes thank you ! I don’t think I read it well
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