For this problem, we have to calculate the partial pressure of NH3 at 621 K if an excess amount of NH4ClO4 is allowed to equilibrate
To do so, we have to follow the steps:
Step 1. Analyze the graph and determine the value of Kp
Step 2. Calculate the equilibrium pressure of NH3
The temperature dependence of the equilibrium constant (Kp) is illustrated for the following reaction:
NH4ClO4(s) → NH3(g) + HClO4(g)
Note: the points are labeled as (1/T • 103, lnKp).
Answer the following questions relating to the plot shown above:
Calculate the partial pressure of NH3 (g) at 621 K if an excess amount of NH4ClO4 (s) is allowed to equilibrate in an evacuated closed vesel. Show all work and circle your final answer.
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