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A sample of NH4HS (s) is placed into a 2.65 L flask, containing 0.140 mols of NH3 (g). NH4++++>>nh3 (g) + h2s (g)

KP = 0.108

wHAT will be the total gas pressure at 25 degrees in atm. I got about 1.361...i don't kno what im doing wrong. im multiplying the NH3 * H2S = partial.

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