Chemistry: What is the Kp equilibrium constant from the following equilibrium?

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What is the Kp equilibrium constant from the following equilibrium

Ti(s) + 2Cl2(g)---->TiCl4(l)

Dec 4th, 2015

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Answer - Kp equilibrium constant from the given equilibrium is  1/[Cl2 (g)]^2 ... this can also be written as -

[Cl2 (g)]^-2

We need to ignore pure liquids (TiCl4) and pure solids (Ti) for equilibrium. Only gaseous and aqueous components need to be included.

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