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Consider the following chemical equilibrium:

+2H2 (g) + O2g ⇌ 2H2Ol

Now write an equation below that shows how to calculate Kp from Kc for this reaction at an absolute temperature T. You can assume T is comfortably above room temperature. If you include any common physical constants in your equation be sure you use their standard symbols, found in the ALEKS Calculator.

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The equation is

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2H2(g)+0,(g) 2H20( Kc for the above reaction can be written as, H,0 К. H,o,

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The relationship between Kp and Kc i...

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K Kx(RT), where An An, AnTotalgaseousmoles of product An An gr p c Total gaseous moles of reactant An An 1-3-2 gr For the above reaction, An=An,

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