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    Equilibrium constant

    oh sorry got the equation wrong. 2 H2S(g) + SO2(g) <--> 3 S(s) + 2 H2O(g) + Heat
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    Equilibrium constant

    Another question having to due with equilibrium... The Claus Process is an industrial process used to remove toxic hydrogen sulfide gas during the processing of crude oil. The chemicle equation for this process is: 2 H2S(g) + SO2(g) <--> 3 H2O(g) + Heat Use Le Chatliers Principle to...
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    Equilibrium constant

    N2(g) + 2O(g) <--> 2NO2(g) At a certain temperature, the follwoing are the equilibrium concentrations for the above reaction: [N2] = 8.0 mol/L [O2] = 2.0 mol/L [NO2] = 4.0 mol/L Determine the equilibrium constant. My answer.. Ke = [NO2]^2 / [N2][O2]^2 Ke = [4.0]^2 /...
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    Thanks So Much Every1!

    what course?
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    Ionization energies

    ok thanks, ill ask.
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    Ionization energies

    yes...grade 12 chemistry. heres what ive come up with :blushing: ... 1. nonmetallic atoms have higher first-ionization energies than metallic atoms. 2. certain gases have very high first ionization energies such as helium, neon, and argon. with the exception of helium, they have two s...
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    Ionization energies

    got a homework problem... What is the relationship between first ionization energies and metallic and non-metallic properties? no idea what they are talking about here.
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    Second ionization energy for sodium

    i figured it out, so you can lock or delete this thread if you want..ill be back with more questions!
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    Second ionization energy for sodium

    i need help with this homework question im having problems with... Explain why the first ionization energy for sodium is much smaller than the second ionization energy for sodium.
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