Chemical equilibrium

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Please post this type of questions in HW section using the template and showing your work.
I have a question about the solution (a) in this example, how does it know PH2S is the same as ammonia? is there something I've miss?
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Before adding H2S, the partial pressures of H2S and NH3 are equal because of the stoichiometry of the dissociation reaction.
 
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Before adding H2S, the partial pressures of H2S and NH3 are equal because of the stoichiometry of the dissociation reaction.
Oh yeah, I totally forgot about that. Thanks for your help :D
 

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