At 8.98 C the pressure equilibrium constant K = 4.6 for a certain reaction. Here are some facts about the reaction: 1. K The constant pressure molar heat capacity C= 1.00 J-mol Some of the reactants are liquids and solids. If the reaction is run at constant pressure, 99.0 kJ/mol of heat are released. O Yes. x10 Using these facts, can you calculate K at 2.4 C7 No. If you said yes, then enter your answer at right.. Round it to 2 significant digits. Yes, and K will be bigger If you said no, can you at least decide whether K at Yes, and K will be 2.4 °C will be bigger or smaller than K p at 8.98 °C? smaller. No.

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Can you calculate kip at 2.4 c

if said yes then enter your answer on the right. Round to two sig figs. 
if you said no can you at least decide weather Kp at 2.4 will be bigger or smaller than Kp at -8.98c.

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At 8.98 C the pressure equilibrium constant K = 4.6 for a certain reaction.
Here are some facts about the reaction:
1. K
The constant pressure molar heat capacity C= 1.00 J-mol
Some of the reactants are liquids and solids.
If the reaction is run at constant pressure, 99.0 kJ/mol of heat are released.
O Yes.
x10
Using these facts, can you calculate K at 2.4 C7
No.
If you said yes, then enter your answer at right.. Round it to
2 significant digits.
Yes, and K will be
bigger
If you said no, can you at least decide whether K at
Yes, and K will be
2.4 °C will be bigger or smaller than K p
at 8.98 °C?
smaller.
No.
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At 8.98 C the pressure equilibrium constant K = 4.6 for a certain reaction. Here are some facts about the reaction: 1. K The constant pressure molar heat capacity C= 1.00 J-mol Some of the reactants are liquids and solids. If the reaction is run at constant pressure, 99.0 kJ/mol of heat are released. O Yes. x10 Using these facts, can you calculate K at 2.4 C7 No. If you said yes, then enter your answer at right.. Round it to 2 significant digits. Yes, and K will be bigger If you said no, can you at least decide whether K at Yes, and K will be 2.4 °C will be bigger or smaller than K p at 8.98 °C? smaller. No.

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