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If BaCO3 is placed in an evacuated flask, what partial pressure of CO2 will be present when the reaction reaches equilibrium?

298K BaCO3(s)-->BaO(s)+CO2(g)

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asked by Ally
  1. Can't you look up values of delta Go at 25C, find delta Go for the rxn;
    delta Go rxn = (sum delta Go product)-(sum delta Go reactants).
    Tben delta Go = -RTlnK
    Use delta Go to calculate K and from there
    Kp = PCO2

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    posted by DrBob222
  2. no the answer was wrong

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    posted by Ally
  3. Ally did you convert the kJ you would have most likely calculated for your change G0rxn to J to make the R constant work properly?

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    posted by Em
  4. 2.7×10−39 atm

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    posted by Tim

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