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## View Attempt 5 of unlimited

Title: Chapter 17(1)
Started: October 16, 2009 11:35 PM
Submitted: October 16, 2009 11:51 PM
Time spent: 00:16:13
Total score: 10/12 = 83.33% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 12

1. MAE 4
When the following equation is balanced using the smallest possible integers, what is the
exponent of H2 in the reaction quotient expression?

## Student Response Value Correct Answer

1. 4 100% Equals 4 (100%)

Score: 1/1

2. MAE 10
When the following equation is balanced using the smallest possible integers, what is the
exponent of H2O in the reaction quotient expression?

## Student Response Value Correct Answer

Equals 0 (100%)
1. 0 100%
Equals zero (100%)

Score: 1/1

3. Q1

At 100 o C, Kp for the reaction below is 60.6. In a given experiment, 0.10 atm of each
component are intoduced into a container. In which direction will the reaction proceed, or is
it at equilibrium?

## 2 NOBr(g) <=> 2 NO(g) + Br2(g)

Student Correct
Value Feedback
1. Reaction 0%
will go to
the left

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2. Reaction 100%
will go to
the right
3. Reaction is 0%
an
equilibrium

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4. Chapter 9 Q 57
Consider the gas-phase reaction, N2(g) + 3 H2(g) <=> 2 NH3 (g), for which Kp = 43 at 400
K. If the mixture is analyzed and found to contain 2.1 bar of N2, 0.32 bar of H2 and 1.6 bar
of NH3, describe the situation:

Student Correct
Value Feedback
1. Q < K and 0%
more
reactants
will be
reach
equilibrium.
2. Q < K and 100%
more
products
will be
reach
equilibrium.
3. Q > K and 0%
more
reactants
will be
reach
equilibrium.
4. Q > K and 0%
more
products
will be
reach
equilibrium.
5. Within 1 0%
decimal
place, Q =
K and the
reaction is
at

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equilibrium

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5. Chapter 9 Change K 8
At a certain temperature, Kp for the reaction,
H2(g) + Br2(g) <=> 2 HBr(g) is 517.
Calculate the value of Kp for the reaction,
1/2 H2(g) + 1/2 Br2(g) <=> HBr(g)

## Student Response Value Correct Answer

Score: 1/1

6. Kp to Kc 2
Calculate Kc for the following reaction,
2 SO2(g) + O2(g) <=> 2 SO3(g);
Kp = 66.75 at 28 o C

## Student Response Value Correct Answer

Score: 1/1

7. Kc to Kp 1
Calculate Kp for the following reaction:
H2(g) + CO2(g) <=> H2O(g) + CO(g); Kc = 25.91 at 250 o C

## Student Response Value Correct Answer

Score: 1/1

8. Type 1 3
For the following reaction, Kp = 0.445 at a given temperature.
C(s) + 2 H2(g) <=> CH4(g)
At equilibrium, PCH4 = 7.77. What is the equilibrium partial pressure of H2?

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## Student Response Value Correct Answer

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9. Equilibrium Calculation 2 4
At a given temperature, 5.73 atm of Cl2 and 3.84 atm of Br2 are mixed and allowed to come
to equilibrium. The equilibrium pressure of BrCl is found to be 1.234 atm. Calculate Kp for
the reaction at this temperature.
Cl2(g) + Br2(g) <=> 2 BrCl(g)

## Student Response Value Correct Answer

Score: 1/1

10. Type 3 3
Ammonium carbamate (NH2COONH4) is found in the blood and urine of mammals. At a
temperature of 467 K, Kc = 0.081 for the following equilibrium:
NH2COONH4(s) <=> 2 NH3(g) + CO2(g).
If 10.2 g of ammonium carbamate is introduced into a 0.500 L container, what is the total
pressure inside the container at equilibrium?

## Student Response Value Correct Answer

Score: 0/1

11. Type 2 3
Ammonia can be oxidized in oxygen as shown:
4 NH3(g) + 3 O2(g) <=> 2 N2(g) + 6 H2O(g).
When 0.601 mol of NH3 and 0.831 mol of O2 are placed in a 1.00 L container at a certain
temperature, the equilibrium [N2] is 0.240. Calculate the value of Kc for the reaction.

## Student Response Value Correct Answer

Answer 358 100% 3.58E2 (3.58 × 102)

Score: 1/1

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## 12. Combining Equations 2

Hydrocarbons are often reacted with steam to form H2, as shown for propane:
C3H8(g) + 6 H2O(g) <=> 3 CO2(g) + 10 H2(g)
Calculate Kp for this reaction at a particular temperature, given:
3 CO(g) + 7 H2(g) <=> C3H8(g) + 3 H2O(g) Kp = 8.05 x 1015 at this temperature
CO(g) + H2O(g) <=> CO2(g) + H2(g) Kp = 0.868 at this temperature