An evacuated vessel (of fixed volume) is charged with 0.100 atm of NO (g) and 0.

Jan 29th, 2015
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An evacuated vessel (of fixed volume) is charged with 0.100 atm of NO (g) and 0.200 atm of NO2 (g). The two gases proceed to react according to the equation below, at 273 K throughout.

NO (g) + NO2 (g) à N2O3 (g) 

The pressure in the vessel before any reaction occurs is:

The pressure in the vessel after reaction has gone to completion is:

The identities of the gases in the vessel after complete reaction are: 

The parameters held constant here are:

The relationship between variables in this case is:

The Gas Law of relevance here is: 

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