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in a 1 litre vessel at 1000k are introduced 0.1 mole each of NO and Br2 and 0.01 mole of NOBr 2NO(g)+Br2(g)=2NOBr(g) Kc=1.32*10^-2 determine the direction of the net reaction and calculate the partial pressure of NOBr in the vessel at equilibrium?

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    @UnkleRhaukus @timo86m @ghazi

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    hlp me out

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    \[K _{p}=\frac{ P _{NoBr} }{ [P _{NO}]*[P _{Br2}] }\]

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    and use Kp and Kc relation before this

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    can u elaborate it

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    bt by this i will nt gt the answer.

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    hey plz hlp me out

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    plz hlp me out

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    \[Kp=Kc*(RT)^{\Delta n}\]

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    now to find Kc you have been provided with everything

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    Kc is given

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    @DLS plz hlp me out

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    @DLS can u hlp me out

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    @lalaly

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    hlp me out.

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    i can not do these

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    i know

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    Find out the reaction quotient

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    can u ? do

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    i dunno much more

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    reaction quotient? i'm nt getting wati t mean

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    (NOBr)^2 / (NO)^2 * (Br2)

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    if its greater than kc, move backward, less than means forward

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    oh i knew after this

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    pressure i dunno how to do

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    can u eloborate it

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    i dont know the pressure part

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    hey plz hlp me out

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    @saifoo.khan

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    oh sorry i wouldn't know

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    @satellite73

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    @TuringTest can u hlp me out

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