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Consider the following chemical equilibrium:N2(g) + 3H2(g) ⇌ 2NH3(g)Now write an equation below that shows how to calculate Kc from Kp 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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Consider the following chemical equilibrium:

N2(g) + 3H2(g) ⇌ 2NH3(g)

Now write an equation below that shows how to calculate Kc from Kp 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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Step 1

 

 

A reversible chemical reaction can move in either forward or backward direction. The stage of a reversible reaction at which the rate of forward and backward reaction become equal to each other is called an equilibrium stage.

Step 2

The equilibrium constant for a reaction is the ratio of equilibrium concentration of product and reactant. If the reaction is given in gaseous state, then the equilibrium pressure must be considered.

Step 3

The Keq expression for the below...

2(g) 2NH.
3(g)
3H
N
2(g)
[NH
3(g)
K
H2 IN2e]
eq
2(g
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2(g) 2NH. 3(g) 3H N 2(g) [NH 3(g) K H2 IN2e] eq 2(g

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