# Chemistry

In which direction will the net reaction proceed
X(g)+Y(g)<---->Z(g)
Kp=1.00 at 300k
for each of these sets of initial conditions?

a) [X]=[Y]=[Z]=1.0 m
net reaction goes to the left
net reaction goes to the right
reaction is at equilibrium

I chose 3 for a.

b) Px=Pz=1.0 atm, Py=0.50 atm
net reaction goes to the left
net reaction goes to the right
reaction is at equilibrium

I chose two for b.

Can someone check this for me?

•Chemistry - DrBob222, Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 9:42pm
Right. Go to the head of the class.

•Chemistry HELP - Anon, Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 10:08pm
It is wrong. It said Incorrect. You need to compare Qc to Kc, not Kp.

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1. Yikes. Send me to the bottom of the class.
The b part IS for Kp and Qp so that answer should stand.

Convert Kp to Kc in #1. I don't agree with your answer.

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posted by DrBob222
2. So part a would be at equilibrium and part b would be goes to the left?

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3. Did you convert Kp to Kc?
Are you changing the answer to b?

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posted by DrBob222
4. Kc=0.0406

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5. How did you get 0.0406 for Kc.? Show your work.

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posted by DrBob222
6. Part A answer was number two and Part B was number one

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posted by Alyssa
7. a) [X]=[Y]=[Z]=1.0 m
ans= net reaction goes to the right
b) Px=Pz=1.0 atm, Py=0.50 atm
ans=net reaction goes to the left

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