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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by David on Saturday, March 17, 2012 at 7:10pm.

The equilibrium constant Kp for the following reaction is 4 atm^2 at 300 K.
AB(s) = A(g) + B(g)
What is the equilibrium pressure of A(g) and B(g) above AB(s) at 300K? What is Kc at 300K?

How would i solve this when they don't even give me any partial pressures?! All of the problems I've had so far have at least given me a Kc or a Kp or pressures to start off with but this one confuses me. Please help!

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