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Problem: Kp = 4.5x10-5 for the reaction 3O2 ⇌ 2O3 (at 800 C). Initially, a 3.0 liter flask was filled with 0.50 atm of O2 and 0.0025 atm of O3. What is the equilibrium pressure of O3?A. 2.4x10-3 atmB. 4.6x10-5 atmC. 7.0x10-4 atmD. 5.0x10-1 atmE. 2.6x10-3 atm

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Kp = 4.5x10-5 for the reaction 3O2 ⇌ 2O3 (at 800 C). Initially, a 3.0 liter flask was filled with 0.50 atm of O2 and 0.0025 atm of O3. What is the equilibrium pressure of O3?

A. 2.4x10-3 atm

B. 4.6x10-5 atm

C. 7.0x10-4 atm

D. 5.0x10-1 atm

E. 2.6x10-3 atm

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