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Equilibrium Composition of the System of Water, Oxygen, Hydrogen

Equilibrium Composition of the System of Water, Oxygen, Hydrogen

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Two moles of H2O are enclosed in a rigid vessel and heated to a temperature of 2000K and a pressure of 1Mpa. The equilibrium constant K(T) for the chemical reaction,

 H2O ⮂ H2 + 1/2 H2

has the value K(2000)=0.0877 Pa1/2. what is the equilibrium composition of the system? What is the composition if the temperature remains constant but the pressure is decreased to 104 Pa?

 

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