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a level chemistry please help

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Kp = (pSO2)2 x(pO2) / (pSO3)2

Given that the partial pressures are their respective mole fraction x total pressure, you can make an equation and solve for total pressure. (Tip: don't forget to cancel as much as you can)
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Original post by Methene
Kp = (pSO2)2 x(pO2) / (pSO3)2
Given that the partial pressures are their respective mole fraction x total pressure, you can make an equation and solve for total pressure. (Tip: don't forget to cancel as much as you can)
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