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Chemistry question,constant of equilibrum?
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Nov26-12, 02:33 AM
In 3000 K the constant of disintegration in the equilibrum of the reaction Cl2-> ( <-) 2Cl is 0.570 atm.In the equilibrum the reaction weighs 3 miligrams and is contained in a dish with volume 60 mL and the temperature is 3000 K.Find the total pressure.
So I used p=n/V*R*T where n=m/M when M is the molar mass =34 ( since the molar mass of Cl is 17, 17*2=34). And R=0.08
Then I did Cl 2Cl
First (p1 I found) 0
Change -x 2x
Equilibrum p1-x 2x
Here by the constant of equilibrum I tried to find x ...am i right?
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